Brighton Jones is providing extra support throughout 2022 to aid in restoration efforts
Project Category: Community Informed Development
Eight years later, the region is finding ways to move forward, while also holding on to memory of Oso and those who called it home.
Leaders from the local, state and federal levels gathered in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood to announce investment in affordable housing and BIPOC businesses.
Written By Daniel Beekman – Seattle Times staff reporter DARRINGTON — Once upon a time, timber made Darrington. Now, it could remake Darrington. That’s the story Mayor Dan Rankin tells as he walks through the woods outside his mountain-rimmed community, which …
Nonprofit Forterra builds $10.25 million fund with help from high-profile investors in tech world
The home of local Black civil rights leader to become a center of learning for Tacoma’s Hilltop residents
Swiss and American carpenters built the nation’s first “modular home” made of cross-laminated timber.
Interview by Kevin Max Omar Degan, 31, was born in Italy and studied architecture at the Politecnico di Torino and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He works in Mogadishu, where he has been since 2017, focusing on reconstruction work …
Kilmer Led Effort to Ensure Appropriations Committee Approved $4.5 Million in Federal Funding for Two Projects