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During yesterday’s work session, the Lacey City Council expressed their concerns about the proposed transfer of recreational vehicles  (RVs) from Ensign Rd. next to Providence St. … more
CITY OF LACEY RECEIVES 2020-21 GOVERNOR’S SMART COMMUNITIES AWARD  LACEY, WA, October 8, 2021:  The City of Lacey recently received a 2020-21 Governor’s Smart Communities … more
Several parents spoke out to the North Thurston Public Schools (NTPS) board yesterday, complaining about the lack of accommodations from its transportation department for safer alternative bus … more
A bikini barista worker was allegedly threatened by a man wielding a knife-like object at her drive-thru window at 6 a.m. last Friday, September 24. Michael Richard Shepard, 61, of Lacey, allegedly walked … more
Several members of the Lacey City Council shared their surprise when they learned that the Regional Housing Council (RHC) has forwarded a motion to the Thurston County Commissioners for the … more
 Following appropriations from the other three large local governments here, the Olympia City Council approved a request to partly fund the re-launch of Senior Services’ Home Share, a … more
During its regular council meeting yesterday, the Lacey City Council unanimously approved Ordinance 1601 which adds two members to the city’s Board of Park Commissioners. Parks, Culture, and … more
Book lovers on the go can access their favorite titles from anywhere with the Timberland Regional Library mobile application. Available on Android and iOS, the Timberland Regional Library (TRL) … more
Members of the Lacey City Council expressed their concern following a proposal made to Thurston County by the Regional Housing Council for the adoption of the affordable housing tax, a policy that … more
Dubbed as a “city of trees,” Lacey’s City Council reviewed a proposal to provide Home Owners Associations (HOA) with more flexibility to remove otherwise healthy trees within their … more
In a district-wide survey conducted by North Thurston Public Schools (NTPS) in 2020-21, results showed that the majority of students felt safe in their schools. During the regular NTPS board … more
The City of Lacey warned motorists to expect major traffic delays along Carpenter Road as it receives final paving from Tue., Sept. 7 to Thurs., Sept 9. As a reminder, the city urged motorists to … more
A woman allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol turned left into the wrong-way lane of on-coming traffic, in front of a marked patrol car, then continued to evade police until she was … more
During the regular Lacey City Council meeting on Thur., Sept. 2, Parks and Recreation Director Jennifer Burbidge introduced a recommendation to expand the Board of Park Commissioners from five to … more
Thurston County Public Health and Social Services (PHSS) warned residents to stay away from Long Lake, which lies at the eastern edge of Lacey, as the water quality remains unsafe for humans and … more
Starting the minute after midnight this Sunday until 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, expect to hear the sounds of artillery fire from Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Soldiers will be participating in nighttime … more
The owners of a local hobby shop contacted authorities after watching via remote security camera an attempted break-in as a would-be burglar damaged their store, on Mon., Aug. 23, just after 6 … more
A teenager was allegedly caught after breaking into vehicles in a downtown Olympia parking lot last Mon., Aug. 16 just before 4 a.m. Parker Timothy James Daly, 19, of Lacey, was videotaped by a … more
In response to the increasing need for additional housing, the Lacey City Council approved a request from its hearing examiner to subdivide a 15.66-acre property known as Bradley Park for the … more
Lacey, which has received the Arbor Day Foundation’s “City of Trees” designation for the past 30 years, renewed its commitment to the environment as it declared August as Arbor … more
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