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Olympia announced plans to apply for a $40.9 million federal grant to help create a new affordable housing community in the area commonly called “The Jungle.” On Tuesday, June 18, … more
Olympia has started working to update its zoning code and housing ordinances to comply with new state laws regarding middle housing. At Thursday's Land Use and Environment Committee meeting, … more
Olympia School District’s Transition Academy and Project Search held their graduation ceremony on Friday, June 7, 2024, at the Capital High School Performing Arts Center. Smiles, laughs, happy … more
Olympia Police Department (OPD) officers responded to a reported burglary in the 1100 block of Wheeler Avenue SE just before 5 p.m. on Friday, June 7. The homeowner reported an unknown male … more
Representatives from local nonprofits South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity and Homes First brought concerns over barriers they face when developing new affordable housing in Olympia, claiming that … more
LoveOly Summerfest 2024 returns to Downtown Olympia on June 21-23. Olympia Downtown Alliance’s three-day street festival would feature live music, children’s activities, Hands on … more
FC Olympia women’s team continue their pursuit for another undefeated season in the USL W League as the Artesians easily handle Capital FC Atletica and Lane United FC in two quick games this … more
The Olympia Finance Committee recommended the approval of $285,000 in funding for the continuation of four Olympia downtown programs, including the Guide Program which functions similarly to the … more
Puget Sound Estuarium invites nature enthusiasts of all ages to embark on its Annual Benefit Cruise on Sunday, June 30. This exclusive boating trip offers a unique opportunity to explore the … more
Joint Animal Services (JAS) is at full capacity , with its kennels filled with lovable dogs in need of homes.   JAS is reaching out to the community, urging “furparents” to … more
The Aspen Institute named South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) again as a finalist for the 2025 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence .   more
It’s no secret that opioids -- fentanyl in particular -- have blazed a path of addiction and death across this nation, and the state of Washington is no exception. As a locally produced … more
Thurston County Medic One is working on a mechanism to add SWAT paramedics to its response team.   The Tumwater Public Health and Safety Committee endorsed to its city council on Monday, … more
This summer, the Puget Sound Estuarium invites you to discover the rich marine life in Puget Sound with the Meet the Beach program.   Offered for free throughout the season, these … more
Port of Olympia Executive Director Alex Smith addressed concerns about this week’s air show coinciding with the breeding season of larks.   Conservation group Black Hills Audubon … more
A man was arrested on the evening of June 8th following a disturbance at Intercity Transit on 205 Franklin Street NE.    Olympia Police Department (OPD) officers responded to a report … more
Intercity Transit (IT) is reconsidering its plan to construct a roundabout on Martin Way and Merdian Road, according to an update by Development Director Peter Stackpole. The transportation … more
Intercity Transit’s board of directors adopted updated plans for the agency’s capital projects on Wednesday, June 5. The plans, packaged in its 2025-2029 capital improvement plan, contain … more
Father’s Day will be celebrated this weekend across our nation. Special meals, gatherings, and outings will be planned and prepared for dad, and gifts and cards purchased and wrapped. Lawn work … more
In the early hours on May 14, the Olympia Police Department responded to a burglary at Trek Bicycle Olympia West, located at 1900 Harrison Avenue NW. ADT Security Services reported the incident … more
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