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Wollochet road improvements among projects receiving state funds

Apr 25, 2023 | By:

State budgets also included money for PenMet’s community recreation center and restoration of Whiteman Cove on Key Peninsula.

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Gig Harbor businessman convicted for participating in Jan. 6 Capitol riot

Apr 24, 2023 | By:

A jury found David Charles Rhine guilty of four misdemeanors for entering the Capitol Building and walking the hallways for 22 minutes.

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Airport advisory meeting audience questions loss of trees, taxi lane

Apr 13, 2023 | By:

The FAA requires thousands of trees to be removed for safety; widening flight service company leases could displace taxi lane.

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City moving ahead with plans to replace North Creek culvert with a bridge

Apr 12, 2023 | By:

Work will begin in 2025 on a new bridge on Harborview Drive to “daylight” North Creek, a small stream flows beneath the road. The bridge will replace a box culvert

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Inattention to disabilities prompted Caldier to leave Republican Caucus

Apr 11, 2023 | By:

Documents obtained by Gig Harbor Now through a public records request indicate that state Rep. Michelle Caldier of Gig Harbor left the Washington House Republican Caucus to protest what she

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City residents discuss ideas for climate action plan

Apr 04, 2023 | By:

The city of Gig Harbor hosted an online workshop on climate change on March 29, as part of its efforts to craft a Climate Action Plan. Seattle-based Cascadia Consulting Group

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City Council approves $4.5 million contract for public works operations center

Mar 30, 2023 | By:

The Gig Harbor Public Works Department is a step closer to having a new operations center after the city council approved contracts worth nearly $4.5 million to build it. The

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Spring Market planned for mid-May near Civic Center

Mar 28, 2023 | By:

A festival planned for mid-May aims to bring tourists into town before the usual tourist season, get some mileage out of the under-utilized Civic Center Green and provide a boost

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Man who stalked legislator sentenced to 17 months in prison

Mar 28, 2023 | By:

A Bremerton man convicted of stalking 26th District Rep. Michelle Caldier has been sentenced to 17 months in prison. On March 1, Isaiah Long, 34, pleaded guilty Kitsap County Superior

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Captain Seahawk slashes lunch debt at Peninsula High School

Mar 23, 2023 | By:

The $6,000 donation was one of several items deemed routine business. The gift “to pay off delinquent lunch accounts” at Peninsula High School was accepted without discussion or debate as

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