Vince Dice

Vince Dice became the editor of Gig Harbor Now on March 1, 2022. A graduate of Gonzaga University in Spokane, Dice worked in the newspaper industry for more than 20 years, primarily in neighboring Kitsap County. Dice lives in Bremerton with his wife, Angela; son, Dean; and dog, Luna.

Gig Harbor Police Blotter: Man arrested after assault at grad party

Jun 23, 2022

Editor’s note: The Police Blotter is written based on information in Gig Harbor Police reports.  A man was arrested early on the morning of June 19 after officers responded to a reported assault at

Gig Harbor Police blotter: Shots fired at suspected car prowler

Jun 16, 2022

Editor’s note: The Police Blotter is written based on information in Gig Harbor Police reports.  A 76-year-old man fired a handgun at another man, whom he suspected of possibly stealing

Vandals cause $150,000 in damage to foundation’s Community Campus

Jun 15, 2022

Vandals caused an estimated $150,000 in damage to the future home of the Greater Gig Harbor Foundation’s Community Campus. The unknown vandals broke into a house at the property in

Gig Harbor Police Blotter: Suspect in robbery at Target arrested

Jun 09, 2022

Gig Harbor Police arrested a man suspected of robbing two Target stores after he immediately attempted to unload stolen merchandise via an online sales website. Officers were called to the

Business Spotlight: Gig Harbor Thai Cuisine opens on waterfront

Jun 06, 2022

A Georgia Tech-trained engineer and a U.S. Naval Academy-trained helicopter pilot walk into a restaurant. And they buy it. It wasn’t quite that simple, but the result is a new

PenMet seeks input on strategic plan

Jun 06, 2022

PenMet wants the public’s help in developing a multi-year strategic plan. The plan will guide decision-making, policy development, annual strategic goals and objectives, long-range planning, and services the district provides

Maritime Gig Festival: Here’s what you need to know

Jun 03, 2022

Among the many events that are back after two years of Covid cancelations, none is bigger for the community than this weekend’s Maritime Gig Festival.  An estimated 6,000 to 8,000

Gig Harbor Police blotter: Six-figure shoplifters at Target stores

May 26, 2022

Gig Harbor Police arrested a man suspected of stealing more than $100,000 worth of merchandise from Target stores in the region on May 20. Store security, who had recognized the

Harbor Happenings: Memorial Day observances

May 25, 2022

Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial beginning of summer. That’s not true on your calendar. It looks like it won’t be true in your weather forecast, either. According to the

Five candidates seek Pierce County Council seat as filing week concludes

May 20, 2022

The field is set. Now the 2022 campaign season can officially begin. Candidate filing week concluded at close of business on Friday, May 20. Candidates can still withdraw from races