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13 min ago | Seattle Times
Jess Spear, in Seattle, is organizing director of 15 Now, which is campaigning to raise the minimum wage in the city to $15 in 2015.
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13 min ago | Seattle Times
For 68-year-old William Wingert, a man with self-described "bad legs," making his way across Rainier Avenue South in Columbia City is a challenge.
2 hrs ago | Seattle Times
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.
3 hrs ago | Magnolia News
Pastors Erik R. Wilson Weiberg and Laurie A. Jones, of Ballard First Lutheran Church, presided over the 86th-annual Blessing of the Fleet at Fishermen's Terminal on Sunday, March 9. The event offers blessings for the safe return of the commercial fishing fleet as they embark for the spring to Alaskan waters and remembers those who never returned.
5 hrs ago | Queen Anne & Magnolia News
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.
6 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog
Big night for community meetings - and you are always welcome. From the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar , since we didn't get the usual daily preview published before today's council meeting: Call to order & introductions Cultural Competency Training: China Approval of February Minutes Treasurer's report Review of new procedures, new forms for ... (more)
7 hrs ago | KING-TV Seattle
Frustration is growing over rapid development and lack of affordable housing around Seattle.
11 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog
Phones have been ringing, mailboxes have been jumping. Few political-candidate campaigns have been as intense as the campaigning going on in West Seattle in advance of a City Council committee hearing tomorrow.
15 hrs ago | Seattle Times
Bryan Cranston stars as Lyndon Baines Johnson in Robert Schenkkan's "All the Way," now on Broadway.
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.
The latest inspection of the 61-year-old Alaskan Way Viaduct in Seattle found some new hairline cracks.
A major mission of the West Seattle Big Band is to support music programs in local schools, and once again this school year, its musicians have performed on the same bills as local middle- and high-school groups.
Nearly every day, I am inspired to hear the majority of people I meet say they love animals.
The unholy alliance of the Seattle Times and a consumer credit reporting company produces some pretty interesting insights about the city.
Maryellen Swanson has proposed a planter redesign in Magnolia. They would be similar to these planters she already has in Queen Anne.
Thanks to Matthew Olson for the photo of one of West Seattle's wonderful waterfowl - a harlequin duck.
Love the natural world that's all around us? Volunteer to teach local elementary-school students about it! West Seattle's own Sanislo Elementary is one of two schools where Seattle Audubon will place volunteers - provided they step up to help! Want hands-on experience teaching science to kids? Seattle Audubon is looking for volunteers for its ... (more)