Police released photos of the suspects taken from surveillance footage. Also in this week’s blotter: Another assault on a nurse and a shoplifter tracked down in Tacoma.
Once again, the 26th Legislative District leads the state in campaign spending. The two candidates for the district’s state Senate seat — incumbent Democrat Emily Randall of Bremerton and Republican
Republican state Rep. Michelle Caldier and Democratic challenger Matt Macklin both have professional experience in health care. So it should be no surprise that each identified health-related issues as among
Bartender for Hire founder Dane Drebin got a crash course in entrepreneurship in late September — and the experience will be streamed on the Internet for all to see. Drebin,
Crime and the economy have been the top issues in this fall’s campaign, judging by questions asked by audiences at a series of debates and forums. So it was a
Editor’s note: The Blotter is written based on information provided by Gig Harbor Police and Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One. A man snatched a purse away from an 87-year-old woman in a hardware store
For most people, standing in line to get a driver’s license or open a bank account is a chore. For Liam McEvilly, it’s a joy. McEvilly is the case manager
It’s not just a clever name. The “kettle” in KettleFish, which recently opened on Pioneer Way in downtown Gig Harbor, refers to the seafood spot’s unique method of preparing its
A technology glitch left many readers of the Oct. 14 Weekly Newsflash — our email newsletter — with the impression that Gig Harbor Now endorsed a legislative candidate. As an
Near the end of a candidate forum held Tuesday evening in Vaughn, state Rep. Jesse Young told the audience about text messages he received earlier that night. Young said the
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