Gig Harbor Now reporters cover community events and efforts that benefit and entertain the community.
Gig Harbor is requesting $2 million from the state capital budget this session, but local legislators aren’t optimistic they can get it.
People presented about a dozen comments and questions during a 20-minute virtual meeting on Tuesday night.
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.
With snow on the ground, dozens of brave souls dived or jumped off the bridge into the chilly water at the Olalla Polar Bear Plunge.
The Original Pancake House will open sometime next year in the former longtime site of Harvester Restaurant.
The Department of Natural Resources will oversee the aquatic lands and lease, State Parks will manage the uplands and a boating association will renovate, maintain and operate the marina.
The effort, which is a drive-up affair again this year, achieves success through widespread support from the community.
Children can again mail letters to the jolly one, who will make the rounds in his makeshift sleigh after missing last year because of COVID.
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