1 hr ago | The Waterland Blog
6 hrs ago | Ballard News-Tribune
No, it's not the high capacity transit that residents have been waiting for for years, but it is one of few tour companies to make its way out of the downtown core and give neighborhoods such as Ballard and Fremont some love.
10 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Blog
Capitol Hill is home to Seattle's start-up of the year. Belmont Ave's Simply Measured took home the title last week at the 2013 GeekWire Awards .
14 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Blog
The mayor declared Monday, May 20th Capitol Hill Housing day in Seattle as the non-profit developer was announced as a recipient of a $150,000 grant for its 12th Ave Arts project currently under construction at the former site of the East Precinct parking lot.
18 hrs ago | Ballard News-Tribune
An officer on patrol in North Seattle was struck by a hit and run drunk driver early this morning on 3rd Avenue Northwest.
Going to Seattle Center for the Northwest Folklife Festival next weekend? Though it's not happening in West Seattle, three West Seattleites are involved in making it happen, as we recently found out.
Following up on the Seattle Public Utilities announcement published here last night regarding work starting today to place reflective red rings on the city's 70 remaining low-flow hydrants, so firefighters can make fast decisions when arriving at fire scenes - we now have the map and list of locations from SPU.
In Director District 5, which includes Capitol Hill, the Central Area, Beacon Hill and downtown, Kay Smith-Blum is stepping down from her board seat after one term.
William von Schneidau, who owns the BB Ranch butcher shop at Pike Place Market in Seattle, has made prosciutto from pigs fed marijuana.
It was a race against time Sunday morning to end juvenile diabetes - and to beat the bridge.
Click that map for a larger version, showing the plan along Alki for this morning's West Seattle 5K , followed by the Summer Streets festival .
There has been a lot of concern about this increasingly upward trend of Micro-Housing, also known as "APODments", small, single occupancy units sometimes with shared kitchens.
They didn't see it coming and Cords himself was not prepared for how such a revelation would so completely upend his life.
Community means cooperation and that's what was in evidence May 18 as Sustainable West Seattle and some willing volunteers came together at Westcrest Park to create what they called a Presto Garden.
Friday, Ballard celebrated its annual Norwegian Constitution Day event, the official National Day of Norway, celebrated on May 17, called "Syttende Mai" . In addition to Nordic culture, West Seattle represented in the parade as Denny Middle School and Chief Sealth High School performed to the delight of thousands of onlookers.
Have you seen the new green trolley cruising around Ballard lately? It's called the Emerald City Trolley , and it officially debuts today as a hop-on, hop-off tour service around Seattle.