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Thursday, October 01, 2015 3:58 PM
United Way of King County has established the Sept. 24 Aurora Collision Relief Fund, with all proceeds to support patients and their families.
  • The sidewalk and bicycle pathway on the north side of Mercer Street between Taylor and Dexter avenues North will close Saturday, Oct. 3, and Sunday, Oct. 4, for work on the state Route 99 bridge columns. 
  • The Seattle Department of Transportation contractor will work on the variable-message sign along the eastbound side of Mercer Street on Monday, Oct. 5, and Tuesday, Oct. 6, to make it ready for use.  
  • United Way of King County has established the Sept. 24 Aurora Collision Relief Fund, with all proceeds to support patients and their families. 
  • Seattle Department of Transportation crews plan to complete utility work and roadway striping for the pedestrian safety improvement project on West Harrison Street on Friday, Oct. 2, and Monday, Oct. 5, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., if the weather is favorable.  
  • District 7 candidates weigh in on key local issues
    The two candidates looking to represent Seattle’s District 7 went head-to-head on Sept. 21 in a Seattle City Council debate co-hosted by Town Hall and Seattle Channel. 
  • On Saturday, Sept. 26, Democratic Reps. Reuven Carlyle and Gael Tarleton tried to hear from as many of their approximately 134,000 constituents as possible, as the pair made stops in Magnolia and Queen Anne as part of a four-leg “Coffee and Conversation” tour.

  • In less than two weeks, Queen Anne Helpline will hold its biggest fundraiser of the year. 
  • The Magnolia Chamber of Commerce will present the data it collected this summer about the future of Magnolia Village (Magnolia Village Tomorrow) during a town hall meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 7. 
  • Coldwell Banker broker Stephanie Kastner is once again collecting gently used children’s and adults’ coats for Queen Anne Helpline’s clothing bank. 
  • Six candidates vying for Seattle City Council seats in the November election will square-off on topics that will help shape Seattle’s fastest-growing community Wednesday, Sept. 30, in the South Lake Union City Council candidate forum.  
  • Seattle Department of Transportation crews will close the northbound right lane on Aurora Avenue North between Denny Way and Sixth Avenue on Wednesday, Sept. 30
  • New priest to preside at St. Paul’s
    St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is celebrating the culmination of a two year-long search process with the arrival of The Rev. Sara Fischer, as she marks her first Sunday as rector (senior priest) at St. Paul’s on Sept. 27. 
  • The Friends of Art on Pier 86 and other community members will meet on Tuesday, Sept. 29, to discuss the feasibility of public art on Pier 86's grain elevator and silos. 
  • Five international students set to attend North Seattle College were killed when a northbound Ride the Ducks vehicle crossed into the southbound lanes on the Aurora Bridge and crashed into the side of their charter bus on Thursday, Sept. 24. 
  • In advance of the Sept. 28 World Rabies Day, which raises awareness of and promotes rabies prevention worldwide, the Seattle Animal Shelter is encouraging pet owners to do their part by vaccinating their pets. 
  • Expedia moves ahead on Interbay campus design

    While online travel giant Expedia won’t move its headquarters from Bellevue to Interbay until 2018, work has already begun to prepare Amgen’s former 41-acre Helix campus for the impending relocation.

  • City nears opening of Roy St. shelter

    The reopening of a former Seattle City Light power control center at 157 Roy St. as a 50- (and later 100-) bed overnight emergency shelter now won’t happen until mid-October, with renovations of the facility taking slightly longer than initially planned.

  • Transit riders in Queen Anne and Magnolia will likely see a bump in the frequency of their most routes this weekend with King County Metro’s September service change.

  • Seattle Police arrested a 55-year-old suspect after he reportedly set fire to several cars in the 2500 block of 24th Avenue West on Monday night. 
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