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  1. Eastlake assistant baseball coach earns state awardRead the original story

    Tuesday | Sammamish Review

    Mark Hawksworth, an assistant baseball coach at Eastlake High School, was recently chosen as the Washington State Baseball Coaches Association's 2014 Assistant Coach of the Year. Hawksworth, who runs the Eastlake program's pitching staff, has lived in Sammamish for more than 25 years and has three children who've graduated from the school.


  2. Toledo Captures First Place at 30th-Annual Georgetown IntercollegiateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | University of Toledo

    BEALLSVILLE, MD Toledo took advantage of three golfers placing in the top three to capture the 30th-annual Georgetown Intercollegiate on Tuesday at The Members Club at Four Streams . UT shot a blistering team score of one-over par 569 to finish 14 strokes ahead of second-place Seattle's total of 583 .


  3. The 2014 Gregory Awards: Sound Theatre wins bigRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Seattle Times

    Produced by Theatre Puget Sound, a networking and service organization for the region's theater community, Monday's Moore Theatre ceremony brought together performers, designers, technicians, managers and others involved in the bountiful local scene, for a raucous party, pep rally and awards gala honoring excellence in Seattle area theater during the 2013-14 season. The big winner of the year was Sound Theatre, an enterprising, low-budget fringe company which won Gregorys for outstanding supporting actor in a play , outstanding actress in a musical and best musical production , in addition to the theater of the year prize.


  4. Snapshot in Time: Magnolia | Magnolia's Pleasant Valley was dairy landRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Queen Anne & Magnolia News

    Today, it may be difficult to imagine, but less than 100 years ago, Magnolia was predominantly a rural community. Seattle was settled in the 1850s, and at that time, few hearty souls decided to make they way a little north and west of downtown to the peninsula of Magnolia.


  5. Fueling the debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Queen Anne & Magnolia News

    A BNSF train passes beneath the Magnolia Bridge in Seattle, the same location where an oil train derailed in July. Photo by William Spencer Activists block a railcar as part of a direct-action protest against oil trains in Washington state.


  6. City Completing On-street Improvements to Help TransitRead the original story

    Tuesday | Ballard News-Tribune

    With the start of Seattle's first red bus lane, the City of Seattle today highlighted a package of improvements being installed this year to help buses move around the city faster and more reliably. Throughout the remainder of 2014, transit riders will benefit from enhanced transit only lanes, new right turn pockets to reduce blockages, and bus stop upgrades on Holman Road and Northgate Way.


  7. Seattle's launch of bike share and four interesting elementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space

    University of Washington students can get a discount on annual memberships. Images from Geekwire unless otherwise specified.


  8. Early childhood education, transit, and gun control focus of upcoming electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Sarah Margeson, Heather Weiner, and Rep. Brady Walkinshaw at a recent Capitol Hill Community Council Meeting. Photo by Tyler Mangrum held an information session recently to help explain some of the central measures of the upcoming General Election on November 4. With an emphasis placed on the initiatives and propositions appearing on the ballot, representatives of the various measures each made their case in the hope of educating and swaying Capitol Hill voters to their side.


  9. Lit Crawl Seattle returns for one night, featuring 65 authors in 21 readingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 |

    Lit Crawl Seattle is returning to the city for its third annual romp through Capitol and First Hills. It's one night only on Thursday, October 23, from 6 PM "until the squirrels go home."


  10. DirectoryRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Seattle Press

    A leading music school in Washington State, The Academy of Music Northwest provides different levels of rigorous college-prep music classes and extensive performance opportunities for talented young musicians between the ages of 4 -18. Day and night our luxury service connects all of Bellevue, Seattle, and Tacoma.


  11. The New Wave of Police Reform in SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Seattle

    Tucked away on a sliver of Third Avenue near Jackson Street in Pioneer Square is the Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum, where exhibits offer a quick course in how law enforcement has worked in Seattle since the first marshal was hired in the 1860s. You'll see badges, uniforms, guns, nightsticks and the mustachioed faces of the men in Stetsons or blue helmets who kept order back in the day.


  12. Seattle police find missing 10-year-old boyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | KOMO News

    UPDATE: Seattle police say they've found Georvi Merca. They thanked the public for helping locate the boy.


  13. Clise Pitches 12-Story Seattle Data Center That Will Recycle Waste HeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Data Center Knowledge

    A new 12-story data center has been proposed for the Denny Triangle neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. Clise Properties and Graphite Design Group submitted data center plans to the design review board for the upcoming development.


  14. Li'l Woody's raises funds to help find homes for dogsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Viewing Feed

    In honor of October's Dog Adoption Month, Li'l Woody's has created the "Cutie and the Beast Burger" to raise both money and awareness for local dogs that are in need of homes. The special burger is available from today through Monday, October 27, with a portion of proceeds going directly to Seattle based dog adoption agency Motley Zoo .


  15. Rainier Beer to celebrate - R Day' on Oct. 24Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Magnolia News

    ... housed on a flatbed trailer. It will start at 2 the Old Rainier Brewery in Georgetown and culminate in Capitol Hill by 2 a.m., after winding a path through Seattle with stops in Uptown, Ballard, the University District, Fremont and Belltown. ...


  16. Digging starts for stalled Seattle tunnel machineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | KOMO News

    Contractors building a new highway tunnel under downtown Seattle have started digging a 120-foot pit to rescue a stalled boring machine named Bertha. Seattle Tunnel Partners also is pumping out groundwater as it digs the 80-foot-wide pit near the Seattle waterfront.


  17. Young, talented, coming to SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Seattle Times

    If you read the news reports on a new study by the think tank City Observatory , you might think Seattle is missing out on the coveted demographic of young people with college degrees. When young college graduates decide where to move, they are not just looking at the usual suspects, like New York, Washington and San Francisco.


  18. WA: Seattle Region's Commute Times WorsenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Mass Transit

    Oct. 21--If you're serious about driving Interstate 5 from Everett in time for work in Seattle, you need to reach the freeway 18 minutes earlier than three years ago. That should be no surprise to North End drivers who on Monday morning endured backups of more than nine miles, after a truck crash and fuel spill near Northgate.


  19. SLIDESHOW: Wildcats surrender in volleyball battle with SealthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | West Seattle Herald

    West Seattle fought a good fight but surrendered in battle to Chief Sealth, in three, competitive sets, marking a 25-23, 25-22, 25-20, match sweep for the Seahawks on the Wildcats' gym floor in Metro 'Valley' League action Monday Oct. 20. Chief Sealth improved to a 5-2 record while West Seattle dropped to 4-3 in league. One more game for both these teams on Wednesday before a seeding game on Thursday propels them into Saturday's Metro League Tournament, with 16 teams in the three divisions, Valley, Sound, Mountain, competing for spots into the following weekend's district tournament.


  20. Checking Your 'Intuition' At The Gun ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | KUOW-FM Seattle

    George Brewholmes has been collecting firearms since he was eight years old. He worked in a pawnshop, where he would stock and sell several different types of guns.


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