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Neighborhood greenways are mostly on residential streets. They are designed to make getting around safer for bicyclists and pedestrians, according to a 2013 Seattle Department of Transportation online-information packet.
This shelter on the south bank of the ship canal, at the intersection of Dexter and Westlake avenues North, will get some needed restoration work from the Seattle Department of Transportation.
After infighting stalled the initial plans for the project, an effort to create four new "large scale" murals across Capitol Hill is ready for interested artists to get involved.
PRESS RELEASE FROM THE BONNER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE: On March 10, 2014, at approximately 5:30 a.m., Bonner County Sheriff's Office received a report of a home invasion robbery in the 400 block of the Elmira Road.
Seattle police were suspicious when a man said a blast Monday night at a Lake City residence was caused by a refrigerator explosion.
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A pair of Georgia brothers started a company making oil-can guitars. In Kansas, a brew-pub startup is off and making beers.
Humor writer Dave Barry signs copies of his new book before an appearance at the Politics and Prose bookstore in Washington, D.C., on March 6. Send a day running around with Dave Barry on a book tour, and two numbers jump out at you.
The City of Seattle is making a change to some load zones to make it easier for musicians to load-in and load-out at live music venues around the city.
Commuters board the 'Frontrunner' commuter rail line after arriving at a Salt Lake City train station Monday from Provo, Utah.
Bryan Cranston stars as Lyndon Baines Johnson in Robert Schenkkan's "All the Way," now on Broadway.
Austin, Texas, built this beauty of a bike lane by the University of Texas campus while it was participating in round one of the Green Lane Project.
For years, threats of impending Metro Transit cuts have worried commuters and transit riders who rely on buses to get to work, school and other activities.
The unholy alliance of the Seattle Times and a consumer credit reporting company produces some pretty interesting insights about the city.
Nearly every day, I am inspired to hear the majority of people I meet say they love animals.
A Loyal Heights man caught dealing marijuana to middle school students now says he got into pot dealing to pay his bills after losing his job.