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Herbold and Gonzalez get an earful on proposed Employee Head Tax; West Seattle businesspeople unhappy about it Apr 19, 2018
Needles, graffiti, illegal dumping, Oh my! Apr 18, 2018
Parking lot negotiations take a turn; Future of Junction hangs in the balance Apr 18, 2018
McPhee signs with the Seattle Storm Apr 17, 2018
UPDATE: Stolen tires, heroin and gun seized in White Center arrest; Man and woman now in custody Apr 16, 2018
Bushwick Book Club Seattle heads to Ballard for next performance Apr 16, 2018
Stolen tires, heroin and gun seized in White Center arrest; Man and woman now in custody Apr 13, 2018
Chef profile: Case Justham, making the case for bold flavor at Brass Knuckle Bistro Apr 12, 2018
Early design review meeting set for 50 unit apartment bldg. on Delridge Way SW Apr 12, 2018
New Nordic Museum holding grand opening celebration May 5-6 in Ballard Apr 11, 2018
REMINDER: The Taste of Burien set for April 12 Apr 10, 2018
Ballard SeafoodFest is back for its 44th annual event; Music line-up announced Apr 9, 2018
West Seattle Garden Tour tickets are now on sale; Event is set for June 24 Apr 9, 2018
King County Sheriff Johanknecht takes a walking tour of White Center; Time for Q & A and a chance to meet business owners Apr 6, 2018
New study on challenges to West Seattle businesses identifies parking, rising costs, and relationship to City of Seattle Apr 5, 2018
Kialani Hines, leading lady in bike-racing scene, hails from Burien Apr 4, 2018
Groundbreaking held for new middle school in SeaTac; Middle school will be on site of former Glacier High School Apr 4, 2018
White Center Chamber meeting takes on crime and more Apr 4, 2018
Do you have questions about the Sound Transit light rail plan for West Seattle and Ballard? Everybody does Apr 2, 2018
Theatre Review: Ballard director brings whirlwind, world premiere, “Smoke and Dust” to the stage Apr 1, 2018
Joe Fitzgibbon declines senate run; announces re-election bid Apr 1, 2018
Highline hosts meet and greet for school board candidates  Feb 12, 2018
My future wife.....a logger in disguise Feb 12, 2018
Vault fire on Roxbury knocks out power in White Center Feb 11, 2018
UPDATE: Vault fire on Roxbury knocks out power in White Center; Some now restored Feb 11, 2018
UPDATE: Vault fire on Roxbury knocks out power in White Center; Now restored Feb 11, 2018
MOD Pizza opens in West Seattle to the delight of a crowd; Fast casual restaurant gets you a pizza in 90 seconds Feb 9, 2018
MOD Pizza opens in West Seattle to the delight of a crowd; Fast casual restaurant cooks you a pizza in 90 seconds Feb 9, 2018
UPDATE: C & P Coffee feels community embrace as its home goes up for sale; Campaign to save it goes over $74,000 Feb 9, 2018
West Seattle Nursery wins Founder's Cup and other awards at NW Flower and Garden Festival Feb 8, 2018
Meeting set for Design Review Board recommendation on expansion of office bldg. on 20th SW Feb 8, 2018
Early design guidance meeting set for three story 11 unit apartment building on 63rd SW Feb 8, 2018
Area teachers demonstrate in solidarity with bus drivers in West Seattle Feb 7, 2018
City settles last of the lawsuits over the illegal tree cutting for $360,000 Feb 5, 2018
Special Olympics gets a plunge from first responders and more at Golden Gardens; Event raises $110,000 Feb 3, 2018
West Seattle girls blast Chief Sealth Feb 3, 2018
UPDATE: Hit and Run near SeaTac results in death; Suspect arrested Feb 3, 2018
Early scoping begins on West Seattle and Ballard light rail extensions; Open houses coming up Feb 2, 2018
TAF's Bethaday Community Learning Space is showing off its event spaces with a party Feb. 28 Feb 2, 2018
Hit and Run near SeaTac results in death Feb 2, 2018
UPDATE: Hit and Run near SeaTac results in death; Suspect arrested Feb 2, 2018
Streamlined Design Review for 3 story 24 efficiency apts. set for 41st Ave SW ; No parking provided Feb 1, 2018
Former Pacific Institute HQ getting 5 story southside addition Feb 1, 2018
Fauntleroy Boulevard Project gets put on hold; Potential conflicts with ST 3 cited Jan 31, 2018
New shuttle service connects Des Moines business park to light rail Jan 30, 2018
Des Moines students take their ideas for the future to Washington D.C. Jan 30, 2018
Business owners on city’s border say they’re suffering the most from the Sugar Tax Jan 30, 2018
UPDATE: C & P Coffee feels community embrace as its home goes up for sale; Campaign to save it goes over $61,000 Jan 28, 2018
WS Chamber of Commerce announces new board members; Goals and accomplishments at at annual meeting Jan 26, 2018
WS Chamber of Commerce announces new board members; Goals and accomplishments at annual meeting Jan 26, 2018
Detectives ask for public’s help locating double murder suspect Merle Charles Buchanan Jan 25, 2018
Holden Apartments sell for $4.2 million setting new high for Highland Park neighborhood Jan 25, 2018
REMINDER: Lincoln Park South Play Area renovations meeting is tonight Jan. 24 Jan 24, 2018
Major Bryan Howard steps up to Burien Precinct Commander Jan 22, 2018
South Seattle invites students, public to “Hour of Code” – free workshops on computers and the web Jan 22, 2018
Man dead, woman in critical condition in paddle board incident off Three Tree Point Jan 21, 2018
Man dead, woman in critical condition in paddle boat incident off Three Tree Point Jan 21, 2018
UPDATE: Pho Aroma restaurant open again after closure by Public Health; Owners believe story was mis-reported Jan 20, 2018
Nickel Bros. sends a West Seattle house to British Columbia; Overnight move along Alki Ave SW Jan 20, 2018
Herbold: California Ave. and Orchard Street drainage issue solved Jan 19, 2018
Early Notice: Deadline for Summerfest vendors is March 16 Jan 17, 2018
Pecos Pit embarking on local expansion; New central pit and corporate HQ under construction Jan 16, 2018
Sugar Tax – a sweet – or raw deal – for Seattle Jan 15, 2018
Sugar Tax – a sweet – or raw deal – for Seattle? Jan 15, 2018
West Seattle families take a trip to Peru – to build field of dreams Jan 15, 2018
Fire on 39th SW sends one man to hospital Jan 15, 2018
C & P Coffee feels community embrace as its home goes up for sale; Hoping for help they may buy it Jan 14, 2018
Ballard depth charges Seahawks, Wildcats in meet at SWAC Jan 12, 2018
Four story office building with restaurant proposed for 51st and 14th in Ballard Jan 11, 2018
Four story office building with restaurant proposed for 51st and 14th NW in Ballard Jan 11, 2018
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
Call for nominations for the Best of Burien Awards Jan 9, 2018
Burien Medical Center, now open and ready to serve Jan 8, 2018
KBFG, Now on air Jan 8, 2018
UPDATE: Series of dumpster fires are continuing in Ballard Jan 7, 2018
Series of dumpster fires in Ballard now under investigation Jan 6, 2018
UPDATE: Welcome to the Lumber Yard Bar – White Center’s first LGBQT bar now open Jan 5, 2018
Dinah Brein says farewell; Long time manager of Admiral Theater retires Jan 4, 2018
PCC section of Ballard Blocks II gets the go ahead; 147 parking spaces provided Jan 4, 2018
The future is clear; White Center Glass goes from mother to daughter Jan 3, 2018
Patrick's Cafe and Bakery baking a lot more than cakes; New dining and bakery spot opens in White Center Jan 3, 2018
The Westy expands with a new location in the Roosevelt neighborhood Jan 3, 2018
Mitzi Johanknecht sworn in as new King County Sheriff Jan 2, 2018
10th annual Polar Plunge proves again that cold clarifies the crazy Jan 1, 2018
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