About a year ago, Hoquiam resident Brian Sterling started to feel ill — loss of energy, loss of appetite and abdominal pain. But like so many patients, he waited a while to go to the doctor, hoping that he’d feel better on his own.
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A woman was injured Friday after her boyfriend allegedly hit her with a car, according to the Westport Police Department.
The Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce will offer Facebook training to area businesses in partnership with the Long Beach Visitor’s Bureau. The 90-minute workshop will be offered Monday, May 12, immediately following the monthly Chamber of Commerce meeting, about 1 p.m. at the Chamber Building in South Bend. This class will be taught by Long Beach Visitor’s Bureau Marketing Communications Coordinator, Robyn Schneider. Attendees are encouraged to bring their laptops and smartphones if available.
Preliminary unemployment rates for March dipped in Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties but stayed in double digits.
National Drug Take Back Day is Saturday, April 26. Two local events will provide free, no-questions-asked collection of unused medications.
MONTESANO — Brady residents Mick and Samdra Jones say they don’t understand why Grays Harbor Community Hospital wants a hospital district with boundaries stretching from their home in East County out to the beaches. It could add a couple hundred dollars to their tax bill — even though they don’t use the hospital and prefer to use neighboring Summit Pacific Medical Center in Elma or drive to Olympia.
Grays Harbor voters are faced with a big decision: whether to take ownership of Aberdeen’s Grays Harbor Community Hospital.
A Grays Harbor man has been sentenced in an apparent arrangment to sell stolen goods for heroin.
A 29-year-old man accused of having sex with a then-14-year-old girl in 2005 has been sentenced for fourth-degree assault.
The local Comcast Cares volunteer weekend is this Saturday and Sunday at Seaport Landing at the Grays Harbor Historical Seaport in South Aberdeen.
Two Hoquiam men have been charged with breaking into the former Harbor Paper mill.
Several vehicle prowls were reported in Oakville over the weekend, the Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office said.
Montesano City Council members backed away from a potential $20 million bond last week. No one was quite ready to embrace the idea of a tax increase spearheaded by the city’s street taskforce as a way to pay for much needed street repairs in the city.
An immensely popular program that has been featured at a dozen Timberland libraries is now coming to McCleary.
Friends of the Jax Horton family have established an account to help the family with funeral expenses.