Since 2003, Tacoma has celebrated the Lunar New Year with Monkeyshines, a treasure hunt for hidden handblown medallions and glass balls stamped with the new year’s animal symbol.


Port of Tacoma employees spent a day with more than 2,000 high school students to give them insights into the wide range of job opportunities the port industry offers. Port staff set up a variety of hands-on experiences for students at the annual Pierce County Career Day, held Nov. 17 at the Washington State Fair Showplex in Puyallup. 

Port of Tacoma commissioners Thursday named Dick Marzano to lead the 2017 Commission. Marzano, who was first elected to the Commission in November 1995, succeeds Connie Bacon as president. 

Employees of the Port of Tacoma collected more than 3,500 diapers, 9,400 sheets of baby wipes and $367 in cash during our two-week diaper drive.

Port of Tacoma commissioners have scheduled two public meetings to consider the port’s 2017 budge

The Port of Tacoma, under CEO John Wolfe’s signing authority, extended the feasibility period of Puget Sound Energy’s lease by two months.

Port of Tacoma commissioners seek public comment on a proposed policy that would require additional public meetings before they authorize development leases that meet certain criteria.

The Port of Tacoma welcomes the Public Disclosure Commission’s review of a citizen complaint abou

Pierce County Superior Court Judge Jack Nevin sided with the Port of Tacoma Friday, ruling invalid two proposed initiatives that sought public votes on potential developments.

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