January 1, 2007
The Key Peninsula Community Plan draft is nearing completion, following a community forum that examined commercial design standards.


January 1, 2007
A $20,000 grant will pay for engineering and architectural design of the expansion project, which is estimated to cost $1 million.


January 1, 2007
Leaders from various interest groups are in preliminary talks about bringing a Boys and Girls Club program to the Key Pen.


January 1, 2007
Key Peninsula’s Georganne Trandum is honored for her leadership by the March of Dimes.


January 1, 2007
KPMPD President Paula DeMoss resigns from the parks board, saying she is spread too thin between two jobs, family, and her park board duties.


January 1, 2007
Key Peninsula residents, businesses cope with loss of power as crews scramble to restore service and clean up road debris.


December 1, 2006
A Gig Harbor business raises money for IMPact Safe House, which is actively seeking a bigger facility.


December 1, 2006
Last year of the KPMS/NASA partnership brings unique opportunities to teachers and students.


December 1, 2006
A six-hour meeting will take public input into Key Peninsula’s commercial design standards.


November 1, 2006
An ex-Kenya orphan shares his story of desperation and hope—and how local residents are making a difference—with a small Key Pen group.