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Gig Harbor is requesting $2 million from the state capital budget this session, but local legislators aren’t optimistic they can get it.
Peninsula’s three conference losses, to the league leaders, came by a combined total of 15 points.
One Gig Harbor business owner says at-home tests have helped his company stay viable.
Superintendent pledges to keep classrooms open as district monitors staff absences due to COVID.
People presented about a dozen comments and questions during a 20-minute virtual meeting on Tuesday night.
Sarah Stancikas and Heather Maher, co-founders of Swim Safe Gig Harbor, presented their vision for a public aquatic center to the Gig Harbor City Council during its meeting Monday. “Swimming
The Gig Harbor boys expect to face stiffer competition this week, especially at Timberline which it beat in a thriller earlier in the season.
There are still areas outside the city limits but inside the urban growth area where developments are being built.
Readers sent in pictures of the abnormally high tides of the past couple days.
Pierce County officials believe that an upcoming Kopachuck Park renovation will generate more traffic on their roads.
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