The Federal Railroad Administration has sent in six staff members to investigate the cause of Sunday’s train derailment in Watertown, Wisc., which resulted in a spill of crude oil and evacuation of 35 homes.
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The Grays Harbor County commissioners on Monday, Nov. 30, acknowledged 2016 property taxes for cities and districts countywide by adopting the junior taxing districts levy.
A man was sentenced to five years in prison on Monday for stealing a car early this year and then leading police on a high-speed chase with a different vehicle the following day.
The homeless encampment at Hoquiam’s First Presbyterian Church will move just blocks away to First Baptist Church, narrowly avoiding a deadline to find a new host site by Dec. 1.
The driver involved in a September crash that resulted in the death of an 18-year-old man originally from Elma pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide and felony hit and run Monday in Grays Harbor Superior Court.
Ocean Shores has issued an official city response questioning the draft environmental impact statements for the proposed crude oil terminals at the Port of Grays Harbor in Hoquiam.
Bankrupt grocery chain Haggen announced Wednesday that it has received approval from U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware to sell 47 stores.
A 22-year-old Humptulips woman was taken to Grays Harbor Community Hospital on Friday morning after rolling her 2000 Ford Explorer on Highway 101 just north of Hoquiam.
The Hoquiam Police Department is looking to hire young people between the ages of 16 and 20 to join the Hoquiam Police Explorer Post.
With the deadline to move to a new location quickly approaching, there is still no solid plan as to where residents of the current homeless encampment at Hoquiam’s First Presbyterian Church will go come Dec. 1.
It is still unknown what caused Cranberry Road Winery and Bogwater Brewing to burn down Tuesday night, a blaze that left the building a total loss and its owners out an estimated $2 million.
TOP Foods opened its doors to customers for the last time on Wednesday, creating a bittersweet scene for longtime employees and loyal customers.
A 26-year-old Aberdeen man and a 27-year-old Thurston County woman were arrested Tuesday night after they allegedly robbed another man at knifepoint in the Lacey WinCo Foods parking lot.
The first big wind and rain storm of the season arrived with a vengeance this past week and the weatherman is promising more to come soon.