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The public is invited to visit former Olympia Mayor William “Bill” Daley’s memorial service this Saturday, April 13, from 2 – 5 p.m. at the Indian Summer Golf Course. … more
Olympia is seeking proposals from creative design professionals to develop a master plan for Rebecca Howard Park. The city aims to create an inspiring master plan for the 0.34-acre park that … more
Olympia’s Site Plan Review Committee heard a proposal for renovating the Lassen Building at 301 Capitol Way N from an existing commercial space into a new restaurant during its Wednesday, April … more
A mother has sought the help of authorities after her 11-year-old daughter confessed to her that she had been sexually molested by their family friend multiple times. more
Following their acquisition of Lacey Lights FC late in February, the FC Olympia Artesians have confirmed that they will compete for this summer’s Evergreen Premier League (EPLWA) and Cascadia … more
In response to the rising rental increases and housing crisis in Olympia, a group called Olympia for All is pushing for a measure adopting a citizen's initiative they call a "Landlord Fairness Code," which they … more
On the night of March 28, Thurston County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle in the Lacey area. Authorities discovered that a man inside the vehicle was … more
Traffic, parks, and affordable housing took center stage as the Olympia Planning Commission heard public testimony on proposals to redevelop the Capital Mall Triangle subarea into a more urban … more
The South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) is set to celebrate the year’s top community and technical college students. This coming Thursday, April 25, SPSCC’s Lacey Campus will … more
Former OSD Director Talauna Reed and other community members showed up to air their criticism of the board’s actions concerning minimizing biases     Last Thursday, March 28, th … more
South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) has received approval from the Northwest Commission on College and Universities (NWCCU) for its proposed Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science (BS … more
Olympia seeks qualified respondents with expertise in community engagement to assist with community outreach and meeting facilitation for two regional initiatives promoting residential energy … more
Officers from the Olympia Police Department responded to a theft reported at 2725 Harrison Avenue NW on Thursday, March 21, at approximately 7:30 p.m. Dispatch informed officers that the … 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
This morning, the cats woke me at 6:30 a.m., and as I stumbled around in semi-darkness, I heard a joyous song coming through the open window. It was an American Robin greeting the coming dawn. This … more
Urban farming parks are "conditionally" feasible in Olympia, according to a recent study that explored the potential of developing an urban farm park within the city to support local food production … more
Give your child a chance to explore Puget Sound and uncover natural wonders in the estuary. Kids will learn about the flora and fauna living in Puget Sound while training themselves as future … more
Olympia Fire Chief Matt Morris unveiled a financial strategic plan to upgrade the department's fleet by adding two new fire engine trucks. At the Finance Committee meeting on Monday, Morris … more
Police arrested a suspect who allegedly used a fraudulent credit card to check in at the Hilton Garden Inn located at 2100 Henderson Park SE on February 28 in the afternoon. According to the … more
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