A level two sex offender is living in the 2800 block of Sumner Avenue in Hoquiam, according to the Hoquiam Police Department.
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Because of the Thanksgiving holiday, the Board of Commissioners of the Grays Harbor Hospital District 1 will not meet on Nov. 27, but will hold a special meeting at Summit Pacific Medical Center at 600 E. Main St., Elma at 6 p.m. on Dec. 4, in the Kelsey Conference Room.
Veteran newsman Bill Lindstrom has pursued the truth about John Tornow for almost three decades. Among the several outcomes of his work is a new book, “John Tornow: Villain or Victim?”
Just two days remain in the pre-Thanksgiving clam dig at Long Beach and Twin Harbors beaches, but another dig is set to begin next Wednesday, pending favorable toxin tests.
The Aberdeen City Council on Monday moved closer to raising the cost of city utilities as it looks for revenue increases to fund the 2015 budget.
The number of oil trains running across Washington is unacceptable, and the Legislature will consider bills in the upcoming session that mandate advance notification of oil shipments by rail as well as more funding for railroad crossings and emergency response training, Gov. Jay Inslee said Friday.
Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, Grays Harbor Public Hospital District 2 has cancelled its meeting tonight. The commissioners had been scheduled to meet at 6 p.m.
A Stafford Creek Corrections Center inmate was sentenced to five years in prison on Monday in Grays Harbor Superior Court for three counts of assault, which he will serve after completing a 17-year sentence for three separate counts of assault from 2011.
More than 50 residents packed the McCleary City Council meeting Nov. 19 to hear debate about the future of the McCleary Police Department. There were so many people, it was standing-room only and attendees had to pack the hallways in order to listen.
The National Weather Service in Portland issued a tornado warning for the south Washington coast on Sunday morning, as a long line of severe thunderstorms with hail moved along the coast from Northwest to Southeast.
When the Grays Harbor Transportation Authority voted to cut all weekend bus service in 2013, it also decided to go to the ballot box, hoping Grays Harbor voters might help restore the service somewhere down the road.
The Aberdeen City Council will hold a special council meeting at 7:15 p.m. on Monday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The 90-day appeal period began Oct. 9 for flood hazard determinations in Grays Harbor County on the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Coastal Flood Hazard Study. During the appeal period, property owners can view the proposed risk maps and submit appeals or corrections in data.
Aberdeen Police are still trying to figure out what led to a 7-year-old Stevens Elementary School student falling from a moving school bus earlier this month.
The Grays Harbor Community Foundation awarded eight grants that totaled $98,605 in discretionary funding through its fourth quarter grants cycle.