Local News
545 results total, viewing 1 - 20
The Key Peninsula News May edition article omitted details about candidates for elections in the 26th Legislative District. Additional candidates have also declared their intent to run since the May edition was published. more
In April, the Washington State Department of Ecology declared a statewide drought emergency, warning that snowpack deficits and warm winter temperatures will lead to below-normal runoff and significant water shortages. more
Anticipating a warmer and drier summer, the KP Fire Department urges residents to prepare for fire emergencies using a "Ready, Set, Go" plan, highlighting the importance of education, preparation, and community vigilance. more
Volunteer Kathy Lyons is championing new traffic-calming measures on KP Highway to help boost safety and reduce speeding. more
Efforts to bring much-needed childcare to the Key Peninsula face hurdles due to infrastructure gaps, leading local advocates to explore creative solutions to meet the community's needs. more
The Key Peninsula Historical Society is nearly finished with the Vaughn Library Hall renovation, set to host an open house on June 9 to celebrate its approval for community events. more
A record-breaking 189 seniors received 422 separate scholarships totaling $434,500 awarded by the Hawks Scholarship Fund at its annual ceremony May 22 at Peninsula High School. more
Public trails will be built on the 60-acre property adjacent to the undeveloped Haley State Park land. “It’s what a Northwest forest should look like.” more
Fifth-grade Evergreen Elementary School teacher Jordan Henderson was arrested by Pierce County Sheriff deputies on suspicion of child molestation. He was charged with nine counts of first-degree child molestation. more
Adam Nicholas Randolph was sentenced to 50 months in prison and five years of supervision after pleading guilty to sneaking into PHS girls bathroom to take pictures and record videos of girls. more
Former state representative Jesse Young (R-Gig Harbor) and newcomer Josh Smith (I-Gig Harbor) announced candidacies to compete in the 26th Legislative District for positions 1 and 2 respectively. more
Tom Bates of Lakebay is headed back to Ukraine for three more months of moving food and supplies to people near the front and evacuating injured or abandoned animals. more
Spotty cell coverage across portions of the Key Peninsula has left some homeowners dependent on sometimes even less reliable landlines. Residents may well wonder why it is so bad and what can be done about it. more
The Aisle of Honor event pays tribute to American heroes with hundreds of flags installed for a patriotic tradition honored by the Key Peninsula community for over three decades. more
Business potential on the Key Peninsula stalls despite high traffic. Challenges and opportunities are both on the horizon for commercial real estate on the KP. more
The Children’s Home Society of Washington-Key Peninsula Family Resource Center said it will vacate its office at the KP Civic Center after more than 30 years on the KP. more
Gig Harbor Lacrosse brings home the Fire Stick Trophy for the first time since 2016. more
Dee Dee Kerkes of Home died April 17. She was 75 years old. more
Pierce County may someday teach you how to inspect your own septic system. The hope is to increase compliance by lowering costs. more
It’s that time of the year again. While tax rates are lower on the Key Peninsula, the price is higher. more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 28 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 1826 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.

UNDERWRITTEN BY THE FUND FOR NONPROFIT NEWS (NEWSMATCH) AT THE MIAMI FOUNDATION, THE ANGEL GUILD, ADVERTISERS, DONORS AND PEOPLE WHO SUPPORT INDEPENDENT, NONPROFIT LOCAL NEWS