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The City of Olympia has ended an agreement with Romano Capital to develop a 10-acre property at 3900 Boulevard Road. However, the City remains committed to seeing the property developed to help … more
 A 24-year-old man who was arrested last Thu., Oct. 7, in connection with the body that was discovered under a downtown Olympia bridge is being held in custody without bail, according to … more
It's local election season, and we're all trying to figure out who to vote for and support.  Local elections are, in many ways, the most important elections. Our local governments have the … more
A 24-year-old man was arrested Thu., Oct. 7., on suspicion of second-degree murder in connection with the body that was discovered under the Fourth Avenue Bridge in downtown Olympia earlier this … more
The leaders of the Squaxin Island Tribe and City of Olympia gathered today at noon to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) designed to shepherd in a new era of cooperation between the peoples … more
An 18-year-old Olympia man was arrested Tue., Oct. 5., on suspicion of raping a woman while they were alone inside a car near Tumwater Historical Park. Four companions of the suspect and the woman … more
Caught at 3:15 a.m. wearing an orange hard hat to disguise himself as a construction worker, a local man was arrested for possession of stolen property by Olympia police assisting the Washington … 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
During the city council meeting on Tue., Sept. 28, the Olympia City Council approved a resolution that transfers primary management and control of four city properties from the Public Works … more
The Thurston County Prosecutor’s Office has charged an alleged Antifa supporter with shooting a Proud Boy supporter during the Sat., Sept. 4 protest marches between the two … more
The Olympia High School Class of 2021 received their diplomas on Fri., June 18 during its commencement ceremony at Saint Martin's University. Proud family members and friends filled the bleachers in … more
A 21-year-old Olympia man allegedly ran his car off of the road, down an embankment and into a group of trees after leaving a local tavern last Sat., Sept. 18, at about 1 a.m. Then he walked home, … more
Olympia’s furry friends will have plenty of room to play as the city opened three new dog parks this week. The City of Olympia announced the opening of three new dog parks today, at the … more
The Olympia Police Department confirmed that the weekend remained relatively peaceful amid community concern of another possible violent attack. As anticipated, a group of protesters gathered in … 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
A good Samaritan spotted an allegedly intoxicated driver, who was caught by Olympia police as he was sought to purchase more alcohol in a local grocery store, last Sun., Sept. 12. Daniel Robert … more
We are aware of reports that members of the Proud Boys group are expected to take part in demonstrations in our community this weekend. The Olympia Police Department (OPD) is monitoring two Saturday, … 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
The City of Olympia plans to develop four new parks as part of the city’s long-term directive to make recreational spaces more inclusive and accessible. On Thu., Sept. 9, Olympia Parks … more
During the Olympia City Council meeting on Tues., Sept. 14, Mayor Cheryl Selby released a statement denouncing the violence in Olympia on Sept. 4. In her speech, the mayor stated, “Anyone … more
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