Advocates show their love for the venue
King County launches secure medicine return program
A local nonprofit that promotes the cultivation of urban fruit has chosen Queen Anne and Magnolia for its next area of expansion.
Approximately 260 million gallons of combined stormwater and wastewater flowed into Puget Sound over a period of almost 20 hours last week, after an equipment failure at the West Point Treatment Plant in Magnolia.
The Magnolia Library (2801 34th Ave W.) will again play host to a Great Decisions discussion group, starting Feb. 28.
After 18 years entertaining audiences, Teatro ZinZanni founder and artistic director Norm Langill wants his organization to have one more at its current location.
Selected reports from the Seattle Police Department’s West Precinct. They represent the officers’ accounts of the events described.
A local labor leader and health care advocate is the latest candidate to enter the fray for the open at-large Seattle City Council seat.
The meeting covered a broad array of issues that the legislators have worked on in the first weeks of the session, which began on Jan. 9.
Inmates have spent upward of 20 years sitting on death row, awaiting the results of their appeals. McKenna said there are currently eight people on death row in Washington.
Many Seattle schools are bursting at the seams.
More than a decade after then-Sonics owner Howard Schultz initially floated a taxpayer-funded $200-plus million renovation plan for KeyArena — the first attempt at rehabbing the facility after its 1995 rebuild — the building is once again at the forefront of the city’s professional basketball hopes.