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Ongoing road projects, further development, and an expanded cultural arts program are among the key priorities for Tumwater Mayor Debbie Sullivan. The mayor spoke at a forum organized by the … more
The United States Department of Agriculture just released data from its 2022 Census of Agriculture, and the news is not good for either Thurston County or Washington State. In Thurston County, … more
The Department of Enterprise Services (DES) has temporarily closed a section of 15th Avenue SW in Olympia for maintenance work. The closure will extend from Capitol Way all through the … more
FC Olympia has finalized their intent to kick off a local youth soccer program tied to its existing men’s and women’s United Soccer League (USL) franchises, aiming to create a path to a … more
The Port of Olympia Commission authorized purchasing four forklifts for $226,664 on Monday, March 25, to be covered by selling four 60-foot flat deck railcars, which the port approved as surplus … more
Intercity Transit, alongside partner agencies, celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Bus Buddy program at the Olympia Transit Center last Saturday, March 16. The Bus Buddy program has assisted … more
The Olympia Site Plan Review Committee heard a proposal for a planned project to transform an old house into two commercial establishment spaces at 1711 4th Avenue E. At the committee meeting on … more
Thurston Economic Development Council (EDC) Executive Director Michael Cade gave Thurston’s Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) an overview of the economic development efforts in the region. … more
Lloyd’s Automotive and Transmission Specialists has a new owner, Jason Faust. The full-service automotive shop has operated in downtown Olympia since 1963. It started as a family-run … more
Seeking to facilitate expansion of fiber optic capacity in the county, the Board of County Commissioners approved on Tuesday, March 19, a nonexclusive franchise for Mashell Telecom, Inc., which is … more
Witness the splendor of Olympia Family Theater (OFT)’s 2024 Gala at the South Puget Sound Community College as the night transports you to the whimsical world of The Wizard … more
Olympia Community Planning and Development senior planner David Ginther outlined key recommendations in the proposed Capital Mall Triangle Subarea Plan, focusing on various aspects of transportation, … more
Puget Sound Estuarium (PSE) has stopped pursuing tenancy in the Port of Olympia’s planned Waterfront Center, Strategic Initiatives Director Camille St. Onge told the Port Commission on Monday, … more
Lacey City Manager Rick Walk says Lacey continues to see significant growth and development across various sectors, from housing to economic expansion, while emphasizing diversity and inclusion. … more
Efforts to establish a Downtown Improvement District (DID) in Olympia failed to gain enough support from property owners, according to Todd Cutts, who led the steering committee spearheading the … more
The Olympia City Council approved changes to the Evergreen Park Planned Unit Development (PUD) zoning regulations to allow mixed-use commercial and multifamily development. The approval was … more
The newly revamped Pilot Travel Center in Tumwater donated $10,000 to the Tumwater School District (TSD) to honor its remodel and its commitment to giving back, as stated in its press release. A … more
Tumwater is set to receive $700,000 in grants to fund various planning activities to redevelop the old brewery site and the former Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) on Capitol … more
The Port of Olympia Commission authorized the sale of two Cleanwater Center buildings to real estate firm Launch Negotiations, LLC, on Monday, February 26. Real Estate Senior Manager Clarita … more
The Port of Olympia Commissioned authorized a contract extension with the law firm supporting the port with union negotiations on Monday, February 26. The contract is with CSD Attorneys-at-Law, … more
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