Archive of: Gig Harbor

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Top Places to Work: Building & Creativity

A rapidly growing construction company based in Gig Harbor and a small communications consultancy long a fixture of Tacoma's downtown waterfront at both finalists for the 2016 Top Places to Work program.

May 2016

Fight brewing over cottage housing in Gig Harbor

The City of Gig Harbor is considering a zoning amendment that would allow for increased density and, in particular, cottage housing.

February 2016

Another Forza to reopen after sudden closure

After closing suddenly and mysteriously at the beginning of December, Forza Coffee Company in Gig Harbor will be reopening under new ownership.

January 2016

Snuffin's Catering founder named Humanitarian of the Year

Sharon Snuffin, of Snuffin’s Catering in Gig Harbor, has been named the 2015 Humanitarian of the Year by the Franciscan Foundation and Sisters of St. Francis.

January 2016

With merger, Puget Sound Orthopaedics becomes largest independent practice

In another move toward health care consolidation, Puget Sound Orthopedics has become the largest independent orthopedic practice in Pierce County.

January 2016

Gig Harbor hospital to grow?

With many local hospitals running near capacity, the owner-operator of Gig Harbor's facility wants to build out an unfinished section of its building, adding 32 additional beds.

December 2015

Gig Harbor QFC to reopen as Main & Vine

Kroger’s first-ever “concept market” — called Main & Vine — is opening up in Gig Harbor in Feb. 2016.

December 2015

Gig Harbor awarded $8M for transportation project

The money will be used to fund the $11.5 million Harbor Hill Extension Project, which will include construction of a new roadway to connect the very end of Harbor Hill Drive to Burnham Drive.

November 2015

Gig Harbor heralds return of Safeway

City will also see a remodeled QFC, as well as the openings of Fred Meyer and Town and Country grocery stores.

November 2015

Heritage Distilling recognized for community efforts

On Dec. 16, at the Secretary of State's Office, Heritage Distilling will be awarded the 2015 Corporations for Communities award alongside three other Washington businesses.

October 2015
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