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  1. Real Estate Profile: Madison ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    33 min ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    The first home is located at 2415 E. Howell St. It is listed for $335,000 and has two bedrooms and one bathroom. It is located across the street from Homer Harris Park.


  2. Happening Now: Find out about proposed 'Transportation Levy to Move Seattle' @ WSHSRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | West Seattle Blog

    We're in the commons at >West Seattle High School tonight, for the first official West Seattle meeting on the " Transportation Levy to Move Seattle ," proposed as a successor to the expiring Bridging The Gap levy. The presentation is scheduled to start around 6:30, so you have time to get here if you're interested; until then, people are circulating around info-boards, writing sticky notes with ideas and comments, etc.


  3. What's in SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Stranger

    I'd say bronze fennel and Penn Cove mussels. The mussels are great right now and a sign that spring is here.


  4. Bullet prompts partial evacuation, delays at Alaska airportRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Lebanon Daily News

    The unfired, .22-caliber bullet was found Tuesday morning, prompting the removal of passengers on two Alaska Airlines planes, one of which was bound for Seattle. Alaska Airlines Flight 61 was headed for Yakutat, Cordova and Anchorage.


  5. Chihuly Garden and Glass Launches the 'Mobile Education Hot Shop'Read the original story

    7 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    SEATTLE, March 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ Today Chihuly Garden and Glass , a long-term exhibition of Dale Chihuly's artwork located at Seattle Center, is unveiling a new educational tool the Mobile Education Hot Shop. Located in the exhibition's garden, the hot shop will offer guests a look at the qualities of glass first hand through 20 minute demonstrations handled by a group of local artists from Pratt Fine Arts Center.


  6. More Read the original story

    8 hrs ago | KXVO

    We Day Seattle will bring together 15,000 students and teachers in an inspirational setting celebrating the commitment they have made to take action locally and globally. "We are all so grateful and excited to be a part of We Day Seattle for the third straight year," said , head coach of the Seattle Seahawks and We Day Seattle co-chair.


  7. West Seattle Tuesday: Talk about tax votes for transportation &...Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    WHAT DO YOU WANT TO SEE IN THE $900 MILLION TRANSPORTATION LEVY? Tonight's the West Seattle meeting about the first draft of what's headed for the ballot this November - 6-8 pm at WSHS. Here's our report from the day the levy was announced , including what we found out about what's in it for WS.


  8. Debunking the right's assertion that $15 wage hike in Seattle is hurting businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Daily Kos

    Earlier this month, Seattle Magazine put up an article posing the question "Why are so many Seattle restaurants closing lately?" After talking about the natural lifespan of an older establishment and also about how terribly hard it is to have a successful restaurant anywhere, ever, they used about half of the article's ink here: And for Seattle restaurateurs recently, there is also another key consideration. Though none of our local departing/transitioning restaurateurs who announced their plans last month have mentioned this as an issue , another major factor affecting restaurant futures in our city is the impending minimum wage hike to $15 per hour.


  9. Microsoft technology gives Seattle 5,000 times faster public WiFiRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Engadget

    Techie culture-vultures aren't likely to encounter Vine upload fails anymore at Seattle's home to arts, culture and the Space Needle thanks to Microsoft . The city's biggest patron has installed a new WiFi service at the Seattle Center that uses new technology to blow away the previous system's speed and capacity.


  10. U District space is so tight, UW leases new office before knowing what it'll do with itRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Business Journal

    Blume Company Real Estate on Monday said it was starting construction of this six-story addition to University Center in Seattle. The University of Washington is leasing the office space in the project but has not decided what departments it will house there, a UW spokesman said.


  11. Bertha finally gets a lift: Massive crane arrives to raise...Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Bertha finally gets a lift: Massive crane arrives to raise 2,000-ton drill that got stuck for more than a year while boring under Seattle Workmen used a huge red crane to pull the front end of the broken-down tunnel in painstaking operation Crane was lifted to ground level at a rate of four inches a minute and using seven miles of cable The world's largest boring machine was lifted out of an underground tunnel in Seattle, where it has been stuck for more than a year after it broke down mid-job. The gigantic drill, known as Bertha, stopped working in December 2013 after digging just 1,000ft of its two-mile journey to replace the aging Alaska Way, which was damaged in 2001 by an earthquake.


  12. High-school baseball: West Seattle wins 'great battle'Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    Hard-fought win for the West Seattle High School baseball team on Monday, in a road game against Nathan Hale. Thanks to Caryn Johnson for the report: West Seattle jumped on Hale quickly in the first inning when senior Buick McNamara hit a shot to center field to score Jack Page and Jamie Maples .


  13. Cord-blood banking expands across region - Tue, 31 Mar 2015 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Spokesman-Review

    Like other first-time parents, Carl Field and Christy Olsen Field had dozens of details to finalize as they prepared for their son's birth last August. But unlike most parents in Seattle and elsewhere, the Ballard couple made sure to stress one crucial item on the birth-plan checklist: Donate the baby's umbilical cord blood to a public cord-blood bank.


  14. Local tech company makes Blaine boy's birthday extra specialRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Magnolia Voice

    I have to ask how many Gen-X parents of "screenagers" feel an unsettling love hate relationship with today's technologies? We are locked into its wispy webs personally and financially - with a great deal of us working in the tech sector - pledging allegiance to an operating system is becoming as important as political affiliation. Yet, we remember times when everything had cords and at times, it was faster to ride your bike with your friends to the library, then to wait for the dial up connection.


  15. Protest march against Shell Oil set for April 5 in the JunctionRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | West Seattle Herald

    A protest march is being staged on April 5 in the West Seattle Junction to urge the Port of Seattle to rescind the lease agreement with Foss Marine and Shell Oil for Terminal 5 in West Seattle. The event starts at 1pm.


  16. Slow, careful liftof Bertha from pit has startedRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Columbian

    On Monday, that red tower along the Seattle waterfront began to lift a 4-million-pound piece of the tunnel machine Bertha and lay it on the surface, cutter face down. Dutch firm Mammoet started to hoist the front end of Bertha, according to a state news advisory just before 1 p.m. Safety is paramount.


  17. Long-broken tunneling machine's cutter head hoiste...Read the original story

    Yesterday | WTAQ-AM Green Bay

    The cutter head of the world's largest-diameter tunnel-boring machine was being hoisted out of a temporary pit in Seattle on Monday as construction crews work to fix a key component in a long-delayed multibillion-dollar highway replacement project. The machine, nicknamed Bertha, overheated and stopped working in December 2013 after digging just 10 percent of a planned tunnel route to replace an ageing waterfront highway that hugs downtown Seattle, stalling a $3.1 billion roadway overhaul.


  18. Three lanes and 30 mph will mark the biggest changes coming to 35th SWRead the original story

    Yesterday | West Seattle Herald

    "I-35" is the name of a cocktail at The Westy, a tongue in cheek reference to 35th SW and the frequent high speed cars that travel along it. The road is slated to get what many feel are long overdue changes before the end of the year.


  19. City Council Gets Chance to Help Homeless People - and Does ItRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Stranger

    In a standing-room-only meeting today, the Seattle City Council voted on three measures to help homeless people and - holy shit - passed all three of them unanimously! In a reversal from a similar vote two years ago , the council voted to allow three new regulated homeless encampments on public and private land in the city. Each encampment can house 100 people and will get a one-year permit that can be extended for another year.


  20. UW snaps up new office project in the University DistrictRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Business Journal

    Construction started Monday on a six-story expansion of University Center, which is home to the U District's Trader Joe's store. The project will have four floors of office space, which the University of Washington has leased, according to Blume Company Real Estate, which is developing the project.


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