An “IT security incident” disrupted operations at St. Anthony Hospital and other Virginia Mason Franciscan facilities on Tuesday, Oct. 4, according to a statement from the hospital chain. “As a
Thousands of people crowded Sehmel Homestead Park on Saturday, Oct. 1, to celebrate the 2022 Scarecrow Festival. The annual event features a pumpkin launch, vendor booths, games, music and other
Editor’s note: The Blotter is written based on information provided by Gig Harbor Police and Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One. A stolen white Kia Rio fled from law enforcement on at least
Editor’s note: The Blotter is written based on information provided by Gig Harbor Police, Pierce County Sheriff’s Office and Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One. Gig Harbor police apprehended a
Emily Randall and Jesse Young don’t agree on much. But both said Thursday that the state’s laws on drug possession and police pursuits need to be changed. Young, a Republican
Puyallup Tribe Culture Director Connie McCloud paused with emotion when describing the significance of the place known as txʷaalqəł to her people. “Here on the waters and on this land,
Andy Sharp shut off the chainsaw he was using to cut swaths of an invasive plant off a deciduous tree at his property near the corner of 82nd Ave NW
Editor’s note: The Police Blotter is written based on information in Gig Harbor Police reports. Beware of people selling raffle tickets for an alleged youth basketball team called the “Knights.” Gig Harbor officers spoke
In a political era often characterized by name-calling and personal attacks, the debate between 26th Legislative District candidates of opposite parties Thursday morning was notable for its collegiality. Republican Spencer
Editor’s note: The Police Blotter is written based on information in Gig Harbor Police reports. An officer patrolling a large retail store on Borgen Boulevard noticed a woman pushing a stroller toward the door
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