1 hr ago
Our fair state provides some of the country's strongest antidiscrimination laws for transgender people - which is great.
5 hrs ago
A solid 8oz. Burger Bar, with spiked shakes, on Capitol Hill
A burger and fries at 8oz. Burger Bar on Capitol Hill. Its namesake is souped up with Beecher's cheddar, bacon and balsamic onions and redolent of truffle oil.
10 hrs ago
West Seattle Herald
Will West Seattle win the title of 'Greenest Neighborhood'?
Seattle residents are being asked to take part in a friendly recycling competition June 22-26 to help their neighborhood win the title of Greenest Seattle Neighborhood.
13 hrs ago
West Seattle Blog
West Seattle Wednesday: Ola benefit at Salty's; Delridge District Council; more
FULL TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT 47TH/ADMIRAL? As reported here yesterday , the City Council is proposing full funding for the long-requested 47th/Admiral signal in its proposed midyear budget changes.
20 hrs ago
Train Wreck: Can 'Seattle Process' learn from the Monorail?
Commentary: Dick Falkenbury's Monorail memoir is as much an indictment of Seattle's planning doldrums as a look back at the failed transit project he pushed.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Blue Ridge/North Beach under $800K
Harvey Losh moved to the Blue Ridge neigborhood in 1949, when it wasn't yet part of Seattle.
Ballard area makes Seattle PI's list of top 50 Seattle neighborhoods burglars like best
Over the weekend, Seattle PI released a slideshow of the 50 Seattle neighborhoods with the most residential burglaries reported in the past five years.
Car crashes into North Seattle building -- twice
Seattle police said the woman in her 80s apparently suffered some sort of medical emergency before she crashed into the building in the 1100 block of North Northgate Way just after 1:30 p.m..
West Seattle Blog
Waiting for the Highland Park spraypark? Quick update
School's out, the sun's out , and West Seattle families are anxiously awaiting the opening of our area's first-ever spraypark , in Highland Park, five years in the making .
Rose Ella Hatt, 69
Rose was born Dec. 16, 1943 in West Seattle to Nina & Clifford McKinney. She married Gary Hatt Feb. 4, 1962.
Police: Woman used Vietnamese background to scam others
A 39-year-old woman is accused of using her Vietnamese background to convince other Vietnamese residents to cash bogus checks.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Men's clothing company Suitsupply opening in Seattle
A global men's clothing company called Suitsupply will open a store in downtown Seattle, a Suitsupply vice president said.
How does Ballard stack up in residential burglaries?
Every week we pull police reports from the Seattle Police Department, and without fail, there are always multiple instances of burglaries in the Ballard area.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Seattle’s historic fireboat lights no fire of future possibilities
After failing to attract a viable offer in a 10-day online auction earlier this year, Seattle's 1927-vintage fireboat Alki faces an uncertain future: Will a wealthy individual or organization step forward to purchase the historic boat, possibly at a second auction in August? Or could the 123-foot vessel, once billed as the "world's largest ... (more)
Police shoot charging pit bull
Police responding to a disturbance in Lake City Sunday morning shot and wounded a pit bull, according to Seattle Police.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
West Seattle Herald
Barnecuts Admiral Way Service Station sold after 90 years of ownership
A fixture in West Seattle business, Barnecut's Admiral Way Service station at 4100 SW Admiral Way has been sold to Marc Gartin.
The Great 30-Year Story of a Great Seattle Artist Opens Today: Join Me
That's the Seattle artist Buster Simpson back in the day, in 1970s Belltown. He was camping out in a crows' nest he made, trying to save a cherry tree from developers.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Magnolia chateau for $1.45 million
This weeks spotlight home, 1706 Magnolia Way W. , attracted our attention with its chateau-like feel.
Spectrum seeks new executive director
Spectrum Dance Theater Executive Director Susie Purves announced her resignation this week.
Flag-bearing skydivers swoop into Philadelphia
Tom Lentz of Seattle's Lake City Lions Club gathers flags as a crew of Lions Club members head out to place flags on businesses in north Seattle and Shoreline on Flag Day, Friday, June 14, 2013.