Archive of: Tacoma

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Port to ratify initiative lawsuit, review CEO performance

Port of Tacoma Commissioners will determine whether to proceed with a lawsuit against two initiatives aimed at industrial development.

June 2016

Manitou Community Center to be replaced by single family homes

After four years of being on the market, Ken Ritter of Northridge Homes, based in Tacoma, bought the property for $200,000.

June 2016

Rainiers hit Top 25 list for merchandise sales

The Rainiers have reached the Top 25 in merchandise sales in Minor League Baseball for the first time since 1999.

June 2016

Hub opening in South Hill; brewery expansion planned next

Harmon Brewing Co. is opening a third rendition of The Hub restaurant later this year. This time, in South Hill, located at 214 39th Avenue SW, with a targeted opening date of October.

June 2016

City primed to sell $3.5M property for mixed-use project

A deal to transform a piece of property into a large mixed-use project near the University of Tacoma Washington could take a significant step tomorrow.

June 2016

Triple A All-Star game years in making for Rainiers

For Aaron Artman, President of the Tacoma Rainiers baseball team, Bringing the Triple-A All-Star game in 2017 to Tacoma was the culmination of years of business growth.

June 2016

Tacoma Firs expanding, retrofitting driving range

The Tacoma Firs Golf Center is looking to spruce up its facilities, according to a permit application with the city’s Department of Planning and Development.

June 2016

Black Angus founder passes away

Stuart Anderson, founder of Black Angus, passed away on Monday at the age of 93, according to the Associated Press.

June 2016

Anthony's Homeport president wins Operator of the Year award

Budd Gould, president and founder of Anthony’s Homeport, has been awarded the 2016 Full Service Operator of the Year by Washington Restaurant Association.

June 2016

Chamber, EDB, Tacoma port go to court

Local economic boosters in Tacoma are challenging in court two proposed ballot measures that seek to require a public vote before major new users of public water supplies can be hooked up. The ideas are unconstitutional, the challengers argue.

June 2016
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