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  1. You can help! Relay for Life team offering Grab-and-Go dinnersRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    The Relay for Life-West Seattle team Smiles for Miles is offering "Grab and Go" dinners as a fundraiser again, on two upcoming dates: *Next Tuesday, April 21st, they're offering ravioli , Caesar salad, green beans, and garlic bread. $10 adult dinner, $5 child-size.

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  2. Youth-focused nonprofit embraces 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | ReporterHerald.com

    Registration is open for summer youth gardening programs offered through Loveland Youth Gardeners, 306 N. Washington Ave., No.

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  3. West Seattle wildlife: It's 'watch out for goslings' seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    Three goslings were hatched recently on the pilings north of Salty's. A couple years ago, their father was taken to PAWS by Seal Sitters.

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  4. Borough asks Sunoco for CNG concessionsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion

    Chambersburg >> Borough Council is poised to approve construction of a Compressed Natural Gas facility on South Main Street, but not before asking Sunoco Oil Co. officials to make some voluntary concessions that could help maintain quality of life for nearby residents.

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  5. Planning for New Protected Bike Lanes in Northeast SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Planetizen

    "Seattle Department of Transportation staff hosted an open house on Tuesday to present conceptual plans for improving bike routes in northeast Seattle between East Green Lake Way N and 20th Avenue NE," reports Scott Bonjukian. "Most of the project will simply be the installation of standard plastic posts between the existing bike lanes and vehicle lanes on Ravenna Boulevard.

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  6. Seattle CEO who cut his pay sees a 'moral imperative' to bridge income gapRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Los Angeles Times

    ... "Nobody said anything for 45 seconds. It's wonderful news." Garcia lives with his sister, a teacher, in West Seattle so they can both make ends meet. He says his $37,000 annual salary will rise to $50,000 immediately and reach $70,000 by the end of ...

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  7. Bitter Lake Open Houses: April 18-19, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    The first home, 11712 Fremont Ave. N., has two bedroom and two bathrooms. The upstairs bedroom has view of Cascade Mountains.

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  8. Budding Family Business Entrepreneur? Top Three Legal Tips You Need to KnowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | JD Supra

    A recent New Tech Seattle event at the Seattle Center brought together a group of interesting budding entrepreneurs. Discussions with several people led to the realization that many of them are facing the same basic legal issues, and these issues affect family business entrepreneurs as well as other entrepreneurs.

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  9. 'Lizard Boy' fits in at Seattle RepRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Queen Anne & Magnolia News

    Kirsten deLohr Helland , Jason Huertas and William A. Williams, in Seattle Repertory Theatre's "Lizard Boy." Photo by Alabastro Photography William A. Williams , Justin Huertas and Kirsten deLohr Helland in Seattle Repertory Theatre's "Lizard Boy" .

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  10. See art and adventure meet at book release, film showingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | HeraldNet

    Artist, author and rock climber Jeremy Collins will present his new book and movie at 8 p.m. Monday at the Neptune Theatre, 1303 NE 45th St., Seattle. Collins' art is frequently featured in Rock and Ice and Alpinist magazines, as well as on many outdoor adventure products.

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  11. Not all First Hill houses were mansions; see two from the 1890sRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 1 | Seattle Times

    THEN : At the northwest corner of Columbia Street and Boren Avenue, two of the more ordinary housing stock on First Hill in the 1890s. NOW: The parking lot that replaced the razed homes is linked here, in part, with the familiarly colored red and yellow-orange buses of O'Dea, the high school on the west side of the block.

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  12. Honest Biscuits Comes to Pike Place Market; Seattle Chefs Pick Their Favorite BurgersRead the original story

    Friday | Eater

    After four years of selling biscuits in farmers markets, Art Stone's Honest Biscuits will set up shop in Pike Place Market in early June. Based in the atrium of the Economy Building just above the Atrium Kitchen, Honest Biscuits will rotate seasonally through its tried 'n true favorites as well as fresh flavors and new sandwich combos.

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  13. Smart Parking, Orchard Food Truck, Real Change App & MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Seattle

    Web developers from Google built the new Real Change app which allows customers to download the paper cash-free, directly to their phones Smart Parking. The first to emerge from the $20 million overhaul of Seattle's paid parking system is a new "smart" variable rate parking machine , The Capitol Hill Blog reports.

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  14. Kohl-Welles, Senate honors 'State Teacher of the Year'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Ballard News-Tribune

    Lyon Terry, the 2015 Washington State Teacher of the Year, was honored by the Washington State Senate with a resolution co-sponsored by Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe, D-Bothell , Sen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles, D-Seattle, and other senators. "Lyon's passion for education is so very apparent and I continue to be struck by how dedicated he is to his students," said Kohl-Welles.

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  15. @ Morgan Community Association: Park-expansion update, side-streets...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | West Seattle Blog

    ... is coming up - stay tuned. She also mentioned the city SNAP program's upcoming training - two sessions in West Seattle about earthquake retrofits . DESIGN REVIEW: The city is seeking to revise the Design Review program and the City Neighborhood ...

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  16. New Protected Bike Lanes Coming to Northeast SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Streetsblog

    Seattle Department of Transportation staff hosted an open house on Tuesday to present conceptual plans for improving bike routes in northeast Seattle between East Green Lake Way N and 20th Avenue NE. Most of the project will simply be the installation of standard plastic posts between the existing bike lanes and vehicle lanes on Ravenna Boulevard.

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  17. Mystic makes 12th Ave plans in Seattle's growing kombucha culture and communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Capitol Hill Blog

    He and his friend, Caitlin Matteson , were both yoga teachers who liked the beverage made from fermented tea, so they bought a home kit from Communitea . From that scoby - the squishy tea starter disc - sprang forth Mystic Kombucha , a company which sells its creations around Capitol Hill including the weekly Sunday Broadway Farmers Market , and which, as early as this summer, should have its own kombucha bar on 12th Ave. The operation started small as a community supported agriculture project.

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  18. Shell Oil Arctic Drilling Rig Arrives Off Port AngelesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KUOW-FM Seattle

    A Shell Oil drilling rig at the center of environmental protests about oil exploration in the Arctic arrived off Port Angeles at dawn Friday on a trip that will eventually land it on the Seattle waterfront. Activists opposed to drilling gathered with their kayaks on Ediz Hook, a long finger of land curling around the Port Angeles harbor.

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  19. Two-level warehouses planned for 14-acre site in GeorgetownRead the original story

    Friday | Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce

    As industrial land gets scarce in the Puget Sound area, a new option for developers is becoming more attractive: build higher. San Francisco-based Prologis has filed plans with the city of Seattle to build a pair of two-story warehouses on a 13.7-acre site at 6050 E. Marginal Way S. in Georgetown.

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  20. Vendor ProfileRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Real Change

    Peter Scales was the seventh of 10 kids. "There was supposed to be 16, but those passed away."

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