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  1. WHIN responds to SPD community meetingRead the original story

    Yesterday | Ballard News-Tribune

    On Nov. 18 over 150 North Seattle residents flooded a small room at the Loyal Height Community Center to ask about the latest rise in crime in North Seattle. The meeting was called by Whittier Heights Involved Neighbors to address concerns for Seattle Police Department short staffing, chronic property crime and long wait times.

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  2. LIHI now leasing at Cheryl Chow Court in BallardRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Ballard News-Tribune

    The Low Income Housing Institute announces the availability of 50 brand new Senior HUD-subsidized affordable apartments located in the walk-friendly Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, close to the Seattle Public Library, Ballard Commons Park, NW Market Street and the Majestic Bay movie theater. Occupancy begins January 2015! The large and bright studios and one-bedroom apartments include a full kitchen and bath, including level-entry showers.

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  3. Paseo is closed! Now What?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Ballard News-Tribune

    November 11 was a sad day for lovers of caramelized onions, succulent pork and cilantro sauce in Seattle. Paseo, Cuban sandwich emporium known for it's long lines and it's wait-worthy food, abruptly closed it's doors.

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  4. Proposed farmers market fee increases, county and vendors look for other optionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Ballard News-Tribune

    Food providers in King County may be facing large permit increases, which have the Seattle Farmers Market Association and other groups very concerned that many small farmers and food processors will stop participating in King County farmers markets. Department of Environmental Health Services at Public Health - Seattle and King County submitted a proposal to the King County Board of Health in late September to increase health risk permit fees for 2015.

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  5. Ballard Hardware & Supply Co. changes its name to Ballard IndustrialRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 13 | Ballard News-Tribune

    The local, family-owned industrial supply company known since 1952 as Ballard Hardware & Supply has officially changed its name to Ballard Industrial. The shift reflects the company's long history of providing Marine, Manufacturing, Construction and Industrial clients with an expanded range of Industrial Supplies, Services and Solutions to help their operations run smoothly.

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  6. Huge fee increase for 2015 Farmers Markets and vendors proposed by...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Department of Environmental Health Services at Public Health - Seattle & King County submitted a proposal to the King County Board of Health in late September to increase farmers market permit fees for 2015, without adequate justification. Called Temporary Recurring Event permits, these permits are required of every farmers market and hundreds of farmers and food vendors in King County.

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  7. Green space proponents say 'build parks' on vacant substation lots rather than developRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Ballard News-Tribune

    North Seattle residents could start seeing more old utility substations developed, which is spurring some citizens to ask the City to think green. The vacant lots are a way for the City to recoup financial losses due to budget cuts, and there is a history of the sites being sold to the highest bidder.

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  8. Seattle's favorite sandwich shop Paseos abruptly closesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Ballard News-Tribune

    The owner of the Thunderbird Tavern commented on the Times article, stating that he would hire any of of Paseos cooks. "Hi, I am the owner of the Thunderbird Tavern, and I would love to hire any of the cooks from the Paseo."

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  9. WHIN to demand City Council bumps SPD patrols in North Seattle sectorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Crime in Whittier Heights has become so bad that neighbors have formed a neighborhood crime watch group to curb criminal activity. In addition to watching the streets, they are asking Seattle City Council members to reassess the North Seattle Precinct funding in order to have more patrols and faster response times.

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  10. Mayor, Executive, Council celebrate transit, announce bus service agreementRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Ballard News-Tribune

    The day after voters approved the largest expansion of bus service in Seattle since the Great Recession, Mayor Ed Murray, King County Executive Dow Constantine and Councilmember Tom Rasmussen celebrated the victory and announced the framework of an agreement on transit funding and service delivery between Seattle and King County. "As the fastest growing city in America, these investments are a huge step forward," said Murray.

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  11. All The Best Pet Care and Nature's Variety 'Pound for Pound...Read the original story

    Friday Oct 31 | Ballard News-Tribune

    As Thanksgiving nears, pet lovers often want to share the holiday with their dogs and cats, so they stock up on healthy food and treats. This year, local pet parents have the opportunity to provide healthy food for local shelter animals at the same time, at no cost.

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  12. Letting her inner nut shineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 29 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Two years ago, when Malaika Stevenson was diagnosed with eczema and prescribed a diet devoid of lactose and gluten, little did she knew that it might lead to the key to her future. Having turned five only last week, she still doesn't know it.

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  13. Art and science meet in the Boondoggler's 'Whack-job'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 29 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Seattle performance group, The Boondogglers, are back from the 90's and have a production coming up that may have some viewers questioning the way they watch film and stage performances. "Whack-job," is an original work that mixes live performance with video, written by neurologist and playwright, James Jordan and directed by and starring, Dan Gildark.

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  14. Edgar Allan Poe inspired exhibit to launch at Factory vs. Academy in BallardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 28 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Factory vs. Academy, an art gallery/bookstore, is pleased to announce its second show-- an exhibition dedicated to Edgar Allan Poe's classic horror tale. Featuring new work by Ballard artist Joe Reno, the gallery has been transformed by the eerie glow of black light where Reno's 'eye' paintings and fantastic assemblages give the short story a whole other dimension.

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  15. Rainier Beer jaunts its way through Seattle for "R Day"Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 28 | Ballard News-Tribune

    The folks over at Rainier brewed up a little somethin' special last Friday to celebrate "R Day," an unofficial holiday coined by the beer company to mark the first anniversary since the iconic Rainier "R" made its way back into Seattle's skyline. Rainier plans to make it an annual event.

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  16. Murray appoints new leader of Seattle Waterfront programRead the original story

    Friday Oct 24 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Seattle Mayor Ed Murray thanked Office of the Waterfront Director Jared Smith for his leadership on the waterfront redesign after Smith officially tendered his resignation today. "Jared has done great work this year to improve coordination within city government and with our many partners on the Seattle waterfront redesign," said Murray.

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  17. Bartell Drugs announces plans for new store in Ballard Commons developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 24 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Bartell Drugs, which currently operates two stores in Ballard, has announced plans to open a new store in 2016 at Ballard Commons, an innovative mixed-use development planned for the site currently occupied by the Bartell Drugs store at 5605 22nd Ave NW. The new 14,000-square-foot location will be the major retail anchor at Ballard Commons and will include convenient underground parking for Bartell Drugs customers.

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  18. R Day to roll through Ballard this eveningRead the original story

    Friday Oct 24 | Ballard News-Tribune

    The folks over at Rainier are brewing up a special somethin' to celebrate "R Day," a holiday marking the first year since the iconic Rainier "R" was restored to the Seattle skyline. It was a celebratory mood this time last year when a replica of the original "R" celebrated its resurrection by partying its way through Seattle neighborhoods down to the old Rainier Brewing building.

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  19. Boundaries have no 'time' when it comes to density developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Some neighbors in Seattle think it's just a "matter of time" before their neighborhoods change from the widespread density development. That's just the case for a group of neighbors in Ballard.

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  20. Mars Hill makes real estate move after founder resignsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2014 | Ballard News-Tribune

    After Mars Hill founder Mark Driscol's resignation, Mars Hill has put their Ballard location on the real estate market. Just last month the church closed two Seattle locations due to what they called a lack "giving" from congregation members and negative "media attention."

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