Archive of: Puyallup

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Executive appointments announced of note

South Sound business and civic organizations announce new hires and a retirement of note.

September 2017

More commuter trains coming

With more commuter trains to Seattle from the South Sound running standing-room only, the transit system is adding more trips, starting later in September.

August 2017

Link, Sounder boardings up over 2016

More South Sound residents are regularly riding Sounder rail trips heading north, and there is an increased traffic on downtown's Tacoma Link, too. Most of the light rail gain is attributed to concert traffic to and from Tacoma Dome.

August 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
Top Place to Work: Absher Construction

Top Place to Work: Absher Construction

For some 75 years, one Puyallup construction company has been building the community, while erecting structures. That seems to be part of a corporate DNA that attracts employees to this Top Place to Work.

August 2017
Puyallup Dental named a ‘Top Place to Work’

Puyallup Dental named a ‘Top Place to Work’

The results of 2017 South Sound 'Top Places to Work' are being revealed this week through Facebook-Live events. A Puyallup dentist and his support staff earned honors in the Integrity and Solidarity categories.

August 2017

Pierce landowner fined for damaged wetlands

Destruction of wetlands brings fine, project halt for Puyallup housing preliminary plat proposed by Gig Harbor-based land owner.

August 2017

52%+ Tacoma homes sold above asking

Tacoma residential sales market among top 5 in country, according to Redfin.

July 2017

Connectivity cited at MultiCare

Electronic connectivity over a widely-spread health care network is again putting a Tacoma-based system in the national spotlight.

July 2017

CHI enlarges UWT health services

Students at Tacoma's public university will be able to access their health services through neighborhood clinics closer to where they live, instead of only through an on-campus center, under a new plan announced today.

July 2017
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