Four face 13-time winner in race for Congress
McDermott, the longest serving member of Washington's congressional delegation, faces four underfunded and little known opponents in a bid for a 14th term in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Son's brave call to animal control saves 33 cats from animal hoarding case
More than 30 cats will hopefully find loving new homes soon, thanks to a son's courage to turn his father in for animal hoarding .
The News Item
Mount Carmel Picnic in the Park continues
Larry Deklinski/Staff Photos Ten-year-old Zoie Moore, center, of Mount Carmel, dances with Motivation Station Thursday evening at the 18th annual Picnic in the Park at town park in Mount Carmel.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
The News Item
18th Picnic in the Park starts Thursday
Picnic in the Park returns for its 18th year Thursday through Saturday, with a parade, fireworks and plenty of entertainment, food and games on tap.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Bainbridge Island Review
Overhaul of Bainbridge Island Comprehensive Plan starts with kickoff meeting
Bainbridge's first public meeting, called Comprehensive Plan 101, will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, July 22 at Bainbridge High School.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
West Seattle Herald
Dr. Larry Nyland appointed Interim Superintendent
School Board votes to name longtime educator to replace Jose Banda; will conduct full search with community engagement this fall for permanent Superintendent Distinguished local superintendent Dr. Larry Nyland was appointed Interim Superintendent of Seattle Public Schools by the School Board during a special meeting Friday.
West Seattle Blog
Interim Seattle Public Schools superintendent: Dr. Larry Nyland
With two-year superintendent Jose Banda officially getting the Sacramento job this week, the Seattle Public Schools Board did not waste any time announcing an interim superintendent to succeed him.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Tears, prayers for Bosnia genocide victims
Medina Mehmedovic, center, 17, of Renton, prays on Saturday, July 12, 2014 at the Islamic Community of Bosniaks in Washington in Shoreline.
Editorial: The Times recommends Chris Eggen for District 32 state Senate seat
FOUR years ago, The Times recommendation for the state Senate seat in the 32nd Legislative District argued the best choice for the office offered deep local-government experience.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Woodway, Shoreline vie for control of Point Wells sewage
Neighboring cities on opposite sides of the Snohomish-King County line find themselves in the unusual predicament of fighting to control a future neighborhood's waste water.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Meadowdale HS grad named Shoreline CC's female athlete of year
M eadowdale's Emily Denham was named Shoreline Community College's Female Athlete of the Year.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Crowd Refuses to Pay Light Rail Fare to Protest Immigrant Youth's Death at Sodo Station
Several dozen people gathered on Sunday at the Sodo light rail station, many of them riding the train and making a show of not paying their fares from downtown Seattle, to protest the fatal shooting of Oscar Perez Giron, 23, by King County Sheriff Deputy Malcolm Elliott one week ago.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
The Waterland Blog
Coming soon: Get ready, get set, and get going with 'Burien In Motion'
This summer and fall, King County Metro is partnering with WABI Burien , Discover Burien, and local businesses* to help you use more human-powered transportation, more transit, and a little less gas.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Recycle That Old VCR? Sure. But Then He Learned That Mom Had Been Keeping a Big Secret.
If you have a secret place where you stash your valuables, you might want to tell your family about it - before they accidentally discard it.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Shoreline still closed between Wanapum, Rock Island dams
The Columbia River shoreline between Rock Island and Wanapum dams remains closed to the public while repair work continues on Wanapum Dam's cracked spillway.
Family recycles VCR with hidden stash of cash
Tony Hwang said his mother stored $6,000 in a bag inside the tape slot of a VCR, but didn't tell anyone.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Tacoma City Business Preview - Week of July 1, 2014
Back in 2007 the City of Tacoma and media giant Clear Channel got into an ugly back and forth over the company's many non-conforming signs around Tacoma.