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Linger Boutique, specializing in elegant lingerie, sleep and loungewear opened in Downtown Olympia last month, with a commitment to normalizing rest and pleasure by reimagining the shopping … more
Olympia Schools District Assistant Superintendent of Finance and Operations Jennifer Priddy reported that student enrollment has not returned to pre-pandemic levels of 9,678 in School Year (SY) … more
The Nisqually Indian Tribe is working to install affordable fiber-optic internet connections to tribal and non-tribal communities in South Puget Sound to address what they identified as … more
At the Port of Olympia's third open house for the Olympia Regional Airport Master Plan Update yesterday, port consultant project manager Leah Whitfield reiterated that Olympia Regional Airport is not … more
Lacey Board of Park Commissioner Sarah Daniels announced Monday her resignation from the board as a protest against the City's process of hearing public comments on the controversial Meridian Market … more
Capitol Lake is the city’s highest risk for downtown flooding.  Olympia Water Resources Director Eric Christensen said this during  the Olympia Sea Level Response Collaborative … more
The Olympia Site Plan Committee on Wednesday, May 25, conducted presubmission hearings for two potential downtown housing development projects. 221 Fifth Avenue SW: Apartments Architect Jeff … more
Olympia School District received $2.8 million in enrollment stabilization funds, 50% less than they expected to get from the federal government. In a report to the OSD board of directors during a … more
The Port of Olympia will hold its third public open house on the Olympia Regional Airport Master Plan Update (MPU) on Thursday, May 26, 2022, from 2 – 3:30 p.m. via Zoom. For details about … more
Thurston Youth Climate Alliance members staged a die-in protest at the recent Olympia city council meeting, urging the city to act on the climate crisis. Louisa Sevier, the alliance’s … more
The Olympia Downtown Alliance and the City of Olympia want to hear from the community. Together, they are working on a business recruitment and retention strategy for downtown. The final plan will do … more
Thurston County Commissioners Mejia, Menser, and Edwards: The organizations listed below request that you protect the trees in Capitol State Forest, especially the Legacy Forests within Thurston … more
Ensign Road from Martin Way to Providence Mother Joseph Care Center will be closed off from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow, May 25, according to an Olympia press release. Both lanes of Ensign Road will … more
Olympia will see a continuation of costs for homelessness, climate, solid waste, and crisis response programs amounting to $2.2 million in 2023, Finance Director Aaron BeMiller said. … more
The Tumwater City Council approved an interlocal agreement between Tumwater and the Washington Department of Transportation (WDOT) to maintain the Palermo Treatment Lagoon Thursday, May 19. … more
Olympia’s Land Use and Environment Committee wants to bring three rental policy measures to the city council to provide immediate relief to renters.  In a meeting held on Thursday, … more
The Lacey City Council is exploring a three-way partnership with North Thurston Public Schools (NTPS) and the South Sound YMCA to explore the feasibility of an indoor Young Child and Family … more
The Olympia City Council approved the inclusion of 11 items in the upcoming budget amendment, which appropriations will come from the city’s $10.2 million available funds. During the city … more
The Thurston Board of County Commissioners declared the third week of May, 15 to 21, National Public Works Week during their Tuesday meeting on May 17. This year's theme is titled "Ready and … more
The Port of Olympia will hold the third public open house on the Olympia Regional Airport Master Plan Update (MPU) on Thursday, May 26, 2022, from 2:00 – 3:30 PM via Zoom. The Port of … more
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