Residents prep for lawsuit over neighborhood storage site

Residents of a Central Tacoma neighborhood are facing a lawsuit from a commercial developer over plans to build a four-story storage facility along South Lawrence Street. The legal snafu involves a community covenant, similar to a modern-day Home Owners Association agreement that dates back to...

News

Time is running out to participate in electric vehicle discount program

In the City’s ongoing efforts to protect the environment and keep Tacoma as green as possible, an electric vehicle discount program was launched this month in partnership with Tacoma Public Utilities. But time is running out to take advantage of this great deal –...

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City Life

Tacoma Arts Live unveils Pantages renovations

Since last spring, Tacoma’s 100-year-old Pantages Theater has been closed for renovation meant to restore the sumptuous interior to its original glory. The crown jewel of Tacoma’s public venues is now all gussied up and is ready to once again receive audiences into its...

Sports

CURTIS DYNASTY CONTINUES

There are high school sports dynasties all throughout the state of Washington. Whether one is talking about teams like Garfield in basketball, or Lynden and Bellevue in football, people know they’re talking about the cream of the crop for years. Obviously, folks are a...

Opinion