An Italian restaurant, coffee shop and ice cream parlor that closed in downtown Aberdeen last week have reopened under new names and ownership, said an attorney representing the businesses. The former businesses were part of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceeding that included more than $500,000 in debt to the state for unpaid taxes and fees.
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MONTESANO — The Grays Harbor County commissioners on Monday adopted new lock down procedures, which have been in the works since a deputy was shot and a judge was stabbed in the county courthouse in 2012.
On Saturday, Oct. 4, the WSU Master Gardeners are hosting a public workshop on pruning basics from 10 a.m. to noon at the Demonstration Garden in the Grays Harbor County Fairgrounds in Elma. This is a free event.
In an effort to mitigate flood risk and help reduce flood insurance costs, the Chehalis River Basin Flood Authority has approved a request by Aberdeen Public Works Director Malcolm Bowie to re-purpose just over $1 million in funding in order to help pay for a new, larger north side levee.
A decision made last week by the state Supreme Court denying a petition regarding a possible violation of trial rights will most likely affect the appeal of Martin Jones, convicted in 2011 in the shooting of then state Trooper Scott Johnson. Johnson is now the Pacific County sheriff.
Re-vision Hoquiam invites everybody to lace up the walking shoes, adjust the bike seat, charge the smartphone and, if so inclined, put on some zombie makeup and head downtown this weekend.
An anticipated legislative proposal by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee could result in consumers paying more at the gas pump to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The Quinault Indian Nation is looking for support for a potential project that could eventually reroute SouthShore Road at Lake Quinault. For Republican County Commission candidate Keith Olson, the project raises eminent domain questions.
When the metal detector passed over the ground, Steve Ryser of Cosmopolis knew he had something special.
A 17-year-old Raymond resident was transported by aid vehicle to Grays Harbor Community Hospital after her car hit a barrier when she lost control Monday morning on Highway 101 two miles south of Cosmopolis, the State Patrol reported.
A two car accident in Ocean Shores sent one woman to the hospital with minor injuries on Monday said Ocean Shores Police Sgt. Dave McManus.
OLYMPIA — Washington’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) invites the public to review the new draft Aquatic Lands Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP).
Recently, the estate of Dorothy Maude Hoogeveen provided the Grays Harbor Community Foundation a gift that will provide about $10,000 to $12,000 annually for the benefit of Grays Harbor.
To celebrate Public Power Week, Grays Harbor PUD is giving out free donuts, coffee and flashlights to morning commuters on Oct. 8.
Downtown Olympia’s crime and nuisances aren’t limited to the sidewalks and alleys along Fourth Avenue.