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Green Acres Apartments severely damaged in early morning fire Sep 29, 2017
Green Acres Apartments severely damaged in early morning fire; Damage estimated at $500,000 Sep 29, 2017
Admiral Theater showing "Rooted In Peace" for International Day of Peace Oct. 1 Sep 28, 2017
Local producers pin hopes on "Ron Jeremy Does Hollywood" Sep 26, 2017
Local producers pin hopes on "Ron Jeremy Does Hollywood" reality show Sep 26, 2017
Stopping oil trains in their tracks – Ballard residents consider ways to eliminate risks  Sep 25, 2017
Steve Christensen saves the day . . . again Sep 25, 2017
Puget Sound Skills Center opens as a launching pad for medical and dental students Sep 22, 2017
Puget Sound Skills Center opens Health Sciences building as a launching pad for medical and dental students Sep 22, 2017
Burien Communities for Inclusion take a stand again Initiative No. 1; measure pulled from the ballot Sep 22, 2017
The Whittaker, West Seattle's largest apartment complex now fully open Sep 22, 2017
The Whittaker, West Seattle's largest apartment complex now fully open; Whole Foods moving into to prime retail spot Sep 22, 2017
The Whittaker, West Seattle's largest apartment complex now fully open; Whole Foods moving into prime retail spot Sep 22, 2017
Shooting leaves man dead; Suspect at large Sep 20, 2017
Update: Shooting leaves man dead; Suspect arrested Sep 20, 2017
OP-ED; Why Jenny Durkan is the Right Choice for Mayor of Seattle  Sep 19, 2017
Summer’s bounty, or please take these tomatoes Sep 18, 2017
Burien’s Downtown Arch returns Sep 18, 2017
Burien Seen: Care for your favorite Fur-Kid Sep 18, 2017
A tale of two tent cities – what will happen in Interbay and Ballard when the ordinance is up in November? Sep 18, 2017
Housing in Seattle 101: Overview and stats  Sep 14, 2017
Rat City Recon will feature metal band Whores in White Center music fest Sept. 16 Sep 14, 2017
Fire destroys storage trailer and heavily damages White Center restaurant Sep 13, 2017
Mayor Murray announces resignation, effective 5 p.m. Wednesday Sep 12, 2017
Never too late says class of 1966; New readerboard donated through group effort Sep 11, 2017
Houston should serve as a parable Sep 11, 2017
Ghost Light Theatricals keeps the light on for local theatre in Ballard Sep 11, 2017
Burien Town Square vision now complete – a project decades in the making Sep 11, 2017
10th annual Arts A Glow brightens Burien Sep 9, 2017
Easy Street Records auctioning off rare Peal Jam poster to benefit Crohn's & Colitis Foundation Sep 8, 2017
Puget Sound Skills Center opens new Health Sciences building; Grand opening Sept. 22 Sep 6, 2017
Evergreen High School celebrates reunification with a rally and some very happy people Sep 6, 2017
West 5 steps up to benefit West Seattle Helpline in September Sep 5, 2017
Lineup announced for 9th Annual Burien Jazz Walk Sept. 23 Sep 4, 2017
Standing in silent vigil for two homeless victims  Sep 4, 2017
Welcome to the Lumber Yard Bar – White Center’s first LGBQT bar opening in October Sep 4, 2017
Bumbershoot Saturday was hot and cold, weak and strong Sep 3, 2017
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