FGF: Go Red for Women, Business Support, and Cherry Blossoms | A&E

Puget Sound Goes Red for Women Raises $1M

This year’s Puget Sound Go Red for Women campaign raised more than $1 million for the American Heart Association and its mission to help women live their best heart-healthy lives. Learn more here.

Tacoma Inviting Small Businesses to Apply for New Grant

In an effort to uplift small businesses, the city of Tacoma’s Community and Economic Development Department recently invited eligible small businesses to apply for the Small Business Renewal Grant by 11:59 pm on April 2. Grant recipients will receive funding for verifiable costs spanning two different categories: damage repairs and impact upgrades. Get more details here.

Survey: Tacoma Ranks Among the Most Coveted Western Rental Cities

Tacoma ranked fifth among the top 10 cities in the West for rental activity during the month of February, according to a recent rental-activity report released by nationwide apartment-search website RentCafe.com. The placement was largely bolstered by how many apartment seekers hailing from the Seattle area showed interest in relocating to Tacoma in February, in addition to locals.

Where to Find Cherry Blossoms This Season

Washington’s iconic cherry blossom trees will be in full bloom and on display this spring, with peak blooms occurring in late March and early April. For many, the University of Washington’s Red Square is the best place to go to take in beautiful sights of blush pink this time of year; However, there’s much more to be discovered right here in the South Sound.

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