Archive of: Fife/Milton/Edgewood

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40/40: Growth in biz and preservation

From selling produce as a child to serving international communications clients, plus passionate defense of our natural world for future generations. Two more stellar examples of "40 Under Forty" in the South Sound.

October 2017

Fewer candidates for more jobs in Pierce

While there wasn't much change to the local jobs picture last month in metropolitan Tacoma, it is clear to see the improvement over the past several years.

September 2017

Big jump in Pierce workforce

Almost 9,000 local residents gained jobs last month, according to this week's statistical release from federal employment data. That number also matched the increase in Pierce County workforce in July, suggesting there is a link.

August 2017

Chamber members to protest store closure

Local business advocates and neighbors will gather tomorrow to show their support for keeping the neighborhood Albertson's store open.

August 2017

Executive comings-and-goings

With a pending retirement, Fife has picked a new city manager, while Saint Martin's School of Business has added two new assistant professors starting this fall term.

August 2017

Growing job categories

Pierce County payroll jobs grew by 3,500 from May to June, with most of those gains in three industrial sectors.

June 2017

Bank awards 7 scholarships to staff children

A significant employee benefit can include post-secondary education scholarships for the next generation, according to the plan of a local financial institution.

June 2017

Positive reviews earn distinction for Tacoma's Milgard

Tacoma’s Milgard Windows & Doors is the highest online rated window and patio door brand of 2016, according to marketing analytics company MetrixLab.

June 2017

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
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