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3 hrs ago | Sound Politics
Seattle Mayor Bertha Knight Landes had nothing to do with choosing the tunnel boring machine, the machine that may be inoperative until early next year .
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7 hrs ago | The Stranger
Perhaps we'll get a comprehensive policy for getting all of Seattle to $15 an hour soon, or perhaps we'll get a series of guiding principles, or maybe even multiple options.
12 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog
Even before the second vote count comes out this afternoon for Metro/roads-money measure Proposition 1 , a new ballot measure is in the works, says a group calling itself Friends of Transit , seeking a property-tax increase to be used only for bus service inside the Seattle city limits.
13 hrs ago | Seattle
El CamiA3n Adentro What started out as a taco truck now has a permanent brick-and-mortar establishment known as El CamiA3n Adentro, in the old Zesto's across from Ballard High School.
14 hrs ago | The Stranger
At 8:15 this morning, four masked activists blocked a Microsoft Connector shuttle bus at the intersection of 23rd and Madison for forty minutes, stretching "Gentrification Stops Here" banners across the front and back of the vehicle.
17 hrs ago | Magnolia Voice
A handful of email messages pour into the offices of Magnolia Voice designed to generate attention relating to permit applications made to the Seattle Department of Planning and Development regarding the historic officers' homes in Discovery Park.
Seattle 's Design Advisory Committee was flanked by a packed room of interested members of the public at their third meeting.
It is possible the solution to affordable apartments for the people of Capitol Hill won't actually be *on* Capitol Hill.
King County gets ready to implement bus service cuts as voters appear to turn down Prop.
On May 3, cyclists will pedal from Magnolia to West Seattle and back to raise awareness and funds for the Kathi Goertzen Foundation's fight against brain tumors.
Goodman Real Estate has sped up the eviction process for some tenants at Lockhaven, leaving some Lockhaven Tenant Union members looking for a new place to live.
This was the year Sasquatch grew a bit too big for its britches. After adding a second full weekend of live shows to the wildly popular music fest at the Gorge Amphitheatre, event promoters had to cancel the bonus round due to weak sales.
The Bullitt Center in Seattle has generated 252,560 kilowatt hours of energy from the solar panels on its roof, but used just 147,260 kilowatt hours, Bullitt Foundation officials said Tuesday, which is Earth Day.
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Residential and commercial buildings will be built on top of the Capitol Hill light rail station, which is now under construction.
Earlier this month, Mirabel Cruz, Senior Communications Lead for SDOT, discussed the Holman Road Northwest Repaving project with the Ballard District Council.
Ballard Coffee Works is set to host the Seattle premier of documentary The Way Back to Yarasquin this Wednesday, April 23, at 7:30 p.m. The film features the story of Mayra Orellana-Powell, a dedicated and passionate leader from a rural mountain village in Honduras, who advocates for locals who have a future that centers around the coffee industry.