Archive of: Bonney Lake

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New name, same mission for nonprofit

An operator of seven local food banks in Pierce County is changing its brand and name to update its four decade-plus operations.

May 2017

Pierce jobs report for March is stellar

Even before the traditional 'Spring' has sprung job-wise, greater Tacoma's employment picture continues to brighten. There are almost 9,000 more locals working this year, compared to the first quarter of 2016.

April 2017

More new homes join inventory

Homebuilders in several areas of the South Sound are beginning to add completed projects to the starved market of residential real estate. This should help more frustrated home buyers find their new castle, maybe without competing bids.

April 2017

Water partnership group honored

A regional cooperation for managing water supplies serving Central and South Puget Sound communities earned a national award for its work.

January 2017

Home prices up double digits

Prices for homes listed for sale in Pierce and Thurston counties at the end of 2016 were almost 12 percent higher that comparable listings one year earlier.

January 2017

Continuing strength seen for ’17 homes

Real estate brokers in the South Sound and nearby communities are predicting a continuing strong market for home sellers and many eager buyers going into the new year.

December 2016

‘Best first-half in 108 years’

Strong growth in its lending portfolio -- up 22 percent from last year -- helped the holding company for Kitsap Bank to record results not seen before in its century-plus of operations.

August 2016

New road opens access to Tehaleh

As homebuilders expect to complete about 300 new single-family homes per year at Tehaleh on the Bonney Lake plateau, roads are expanding to handle the growing traffic.

July 2016

10 days left to enter for $20,000 prize

Small business entrepreneurs that could profitably use a no-strings $20,000 capital infusion have until the end of July to enter a local bank's contest.

July 2016

PSE will end use of some Colstrip power

Acknowledging that natural gas is more economically feasible than older design coal-fired electrical generating use, Puget Sound Energy today agreed to close its oldest operations in eastern Montana within six years.

July 2016
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