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The Tenino Area Chamber of Commerce announced it has created the $20=$21 Tenino COVID-19 2021 Small Business Recovery Program to benefit area businesses, residents and visitors. Residents and … more
The City of Lacey is working its way through the annexation process for 288 acres within the Capitol City and Chambers Estates areas, including the Capitol City Golf Course. The Lacey City Council … more
 Two items are up for consideration to be added to the Thurston County Development Code Docket, including the rezoning of some rural land and making permanent changes to how homeless … more
A public hearing is scheduled at 5:30 on Tuesday, March 23 for a large development project planned along West Bay Drive that would bring housing and business development opportunities to the … more
This weekly report covers single-family home sales in Thurston County over the past week.  There were 51 sales completed from Sun., Feb. 28 - Sat., Mar. 6, 2021.  (The house with the … more
Several sites along the Port of Olympia’s eastern bank may see significant development in the years to come, as Port officials continue seeking public input and discussing the sweeping … more
​Thurston County Public Health and Social Services (PHSS) is soliciting requests for proposals for funding projects under the Office of Housing and Homeless Prevention, the Veterans Assistance … more
The Olympia Site Plan Committee today discussed a possible drive-thru espresso stand that may be constructed at the intersection of Cooper Point Road Southwest and Evergreen Park Drive. The Site … more
A hearing examiner shot down an appeal from the Olympia Coalition for Ecosystems Preservation, which argued an environmental review should start as soon as possible on a massive development project … more
Thurston County will enter Phase 2 of Washington’s Roadmap to Recovery plan starting Monday, after the state made adjustments to safety metrics and requirements. Now, rather than having to … more
The Lacey City Council is holding a regular meeting Thu., Jan. 21 starting at 7:00 p.m. The agenda includes a proposed new ordinance that would restrict sales of commercially bred dogs, cats, and rabbits in pet … more
Intercity Transit announced today that it has added service to Routes 62A and 62B to better serve passengers traveling along the Martin Way corridor. The additional bus service increases trip … more
The Olympia City Council is set to meet on Tue., Jan. 12 at 5:30 pm; the agenda includes renewing Comcast's exclusive franchise in the city. The council will discuss other topics including the … more
Journalists at The Olympian, The News Tribune in Tacoma, The Bellingham Herald, and the Tri-City Herald are unionizing, according to an announcement yesterday.  Nearly 90 percent of eligible … more
Heather Frey filed for unemployment in March, when the pandemic disrupted her business selling used books online.  Nine months later, the Seattle resident was still waiting on her first … more
The Washington State Department of Transportation has designated the Olympia Regional Airport as a beta test site for electric aircraft. The Olympia Regional Airport was identified as one of six … more
The Olympia City Council on Tuesday unanimously passed a group of amendments to city housing code, loosening restrictions on accessary dwelling units and allowing duplexes, triplexes and other dense … more
Like many people, Cheryl Richmond has struggled to pay her bills during the COVID-19 pandemic. After losing her job in February, she missed two mortgage payments before she worked out a new … more
Rhythm & Rye, a popular music venue and bar in downtown Olympia, has been temporarily closed since March. Now, its owner is on the hunt for a new location. Owner Andy Geertsen, in an email to … more
A new off-site facility for Thurston County Superior Court that has been in the works for months is expected to be up and running by Nov. 30. Located at 2404 Chandler Court SW, just a few blocks … more
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