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14th Ave. S. gets new sidewalks, signals Sep 10, 2008
2 Fingers Social plans a family friendly "Classy dive bar" on Delridge Way Oct 10, 2017
34th District Democrats host discourse on police and racial profiling Aug 10, 2016
Adah Cruzen shines her light again; Donation of $100,000 made to West Seattle Senior Center Jul 10, 2018
Amanda's View: Costumes Oct 10, 2016
An open letter to Chief Diaz Jan 10, 2011
Are you a trivia expert? Trivia Night at Senior Center set for Oct. 18 Oct 10, 2016
Are you are Trivia expert? Trivia Night at Senior Center set for Oct. 18 Oct 10, 2016
Ballard Alliance to launch Ballard Brewery Passport program in conjunction with eleven Ballard breweries Jan 10, 2019
Ballard Music’s free Winter concerts Dec. 18-20 featuring choral-orchestral masterwork, Handel’s Messiah Dec 10, 2018
Best of Hands Barrelhouse gets go ahead on 35th Ave SW location Aug 10, 2017
'Braseth 42' design review meeting set for Dec.1; 6 story, 74 unit mixed use building to be built on 42nd SW. Nov 10, 2016
Cafe Osita grand opening underway Apr 10, 2010
Dave Newman Insurance collecting warm clothing for the needy Nov 10, 2016
Delridge P-Patch Farmstand is open every Thursday from 4-7pm Aug 10, 2016
Fauntleroy Schoolhouse Centenial celebration will feature 'Group Hug' May 21 May 10, 2017
Four townhouses proposed for Delridge Way SW Oct 10, 2016
Good for you: Go green, sustain yourself Mar 10, 2017
Highline Bears hang on to beat Blue Jackets Jun 10, 2017
Historic Admiral Theater schedules grand-reopening celebration March 22 with screenings of classic silents, ‘The Maltese Falcon,’ ‘American Graffiti’ Mar 10, 2017
Home invasion robbery foiled near 16th s.w. and s.w. Henderson Jan 10, 2011
Kitchen Talk: It's not easy being green Mar 10, 2017
Lower Spokane Street closure for paving work on Harbor Island Nov. 11-13 Nov 10, 2016
Macklen Alger and family are getting support from Providence Hospice as they deal with Tay-Sachs Sep 10, 2018
Mark Hubbard, founder of Grindline Skateparks has died Jun 10, 2018
Monsters will run through Lincoln Park Oct. 29 Oct 10, 2016
National Weather Service issues Wind Advisory; Gusts up to 50 mph are expected Feb 10, 2017
New mural makes wall in Admiral District more beautiful if a bit mysterious Jun 10, 2017
On the Go - Week of 1-10-11 Jan 10, 2011
One suspect arrested, one escapes in stolen car incident Jun 10, 2017
One-hundred-nine-year-old Schmitz Park is on track to be expanded by a parcel at its southeast corner Dec 10, 2017
Overgrown weeds Sep 10, 2008
Pat's View: 40th Anniversary Oct 10, 2016
Police Blotter Week of 10-10-16 Oct 10, 2016
Preserving iconic neighborhood business forum slated for Thursday Aug. 11 Aug 10, 2016
Program aims for dumpster free alleys Sep 10, 2008
Quiet Skies Coalition vows to keep fighting FAA May 10, 2018
REMINDER: The Taste of Burien set for April 12 Apr 10, 2018
Review of ArtsWest Holiday Cast Party Dec 10, 2017
SLIDESHOW: Camp Long celebrated 75 years with climbers, cake and community Sep 10, 2016
SLIDESHOW UPDATE: The city dump never looked so good Nov 10, 2010
Saints come from behind to beat rivals Evergreen Lutheran Oct 10, 2016
Seattle’s Neighbor Day celebration invites you to indulge in random acts of kindness Jan 10, 2017
Seattle’s Neighbor Day celebration invites you to indulge in random acts of kindness Feb. 11 Jan 10, 2017
Solving traffic woes in West Seattle; WSTC searching for solutions Aug 10, 2017
Some don't like idea for new Admiral play area Sep 10, 2008
Sportswatch: For Jan. 11-17 Jan 10, 2017
State promises more buses Sep 10, 2008
Sunset of the week 10-10-16 Oct 10, 2016
The Kindness Quotient: Cultivating Community Dec 10, 2018
Trouble comes knocking Sep 10, 2008
UPDATE: North Highline Unincorporated Area Council facing full budget cut in 2012 Jun 10, 2011
UPDATE: Stabbing incident sends two men to hospital; Suspect jailed, victim still in ICU Aug 10, 2017
UPDATED: Port of Seattle cancels public meeting about tree-cutting project; will forge ahead to discuss a 10 percent increase in spending Oct 10, 2016
WSDOT looks at the year ahead for the SR 99 Tunnel Jan 10, 2018
WSDOT looks at the year ahead for the SR 99 Tunnel; It could open as soon as this fall Jan 10, 2018
West Seattle Helpline and White Center Food Bank receive County funding with help from Joe McDermott Oct 10, 2016
West Seattle Wildcat boys knock off Rainier Beach Feb 10, 2017
West Seattle light rail extension progress report: Dark tunnel looking like a bright option May 10, 2018
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