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Shoreline, Washington is located in King County. Zip codes in Shoreline, WA include 98177, 98155, and 98133. The median home price in Shoreline is $350,000 which is roughly $230/per square foot. More Shoreline information.

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3 hrs ago | KOMO News

New tools fight crime on Shoreline's Interurban Trail

The Interurban is a popular way to cut through Shoreline, but avid users say they just wish it didn't attract so many problems. "I see a lot of regular users," said Skye Farr, who was using the trail to get to work.

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19 hrs ago | HeraldNet

Attempt to take over Point Wells sewer service denied

The King County city of Shoreline can't take over sewer service in the unincorporated Point Wells area of Snohomish County, according to a regulatory decision reached last week. Thursday's 5-0 vote by Snohomish County's Boundary Review Board dealt a setback to Shoreline's hopes of one day annexing the prime waterfront real estate where a developer wants to build 3,100 high-rise condos.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

HeraldNet

Trader Joe's plans new location in Shoreline

The popular grocery chain Trader Joe's plans to open a new store in Shoreline in 2015. The Monrovia, California-based company confirmed Friday that it has signed a lease for roughly 10,300 square feet at 1201 N. 175th St. in Shoreline.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Northwest Asian Weekly

Wise words for youth - How do you overcome adversity?

"It's how we react to the adversity that matters. I encourage all students to make a goal and plan to reach that goal.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

HeraldNet

Boundary board supports Woodway in Ronald sewer district issue

The Snohomish County boundary review board voted Thursday against the City of Shoreline's proposed assumption of the Snohomish County part of the Ronald Wastewater District. Shoreline has proposed taking over the district, which is mostly in Shoreline but has a few customers in Woodway and nearby unincorporated areas of southwest Snohomish County.

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HeraldNet

High time in Everett: Pot trade show is all business and pleasure

The Cannabis Cup logo depicts George Washington smoking a joint . At the weekend's marijuana ?expo at Comcast Arena, George had lots of followers.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

Seattle Times

Where King County food workers live

Fast-food workers became a poster child for the underpaid workforce during the campaign to raise the hourly minimum wage in Seattle to $15. So who are the food workers who will benefit from the higher wages in the coming years? How old are they and where do they live? For answers, we obtained the food-worker card database from Public Health - Seattle & King County, which provides a snapshot of the roughly 172,000 people holding the two-year permits.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

Northwest Asian Weekly

Wise words from wise leaders - How do you overcome adversity?

"It's how we react to the adversity that matters. I encourage all students to make a goal and plan to reach that goal.

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

HeraldNet

Board to vote on Shoreline's plans for Ronald sewer district

The Snohomish County boundary review board has scheduled a vote Thursday on the City of Shoreline's proposed assumption of the Snohomish County part of the Ronald Wastewater District. Shoreline has proposed taking over the district, which is mostly in Shoreline but has almost a dozen customers in Woodway and nearby unincorporated areas of southwest Snohomish County.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

Seattle Times

First day of 1st grade

Taylor Draper, 6, along with her parents Christina, left and Bryant, walk to the school bus stop in the Lake Forest Park neighborhood Wednesday morning. It was Taylor's first day of first grade.

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

Queen Anne & Magnolia News

Movie night to benefit Seattle Children's

The Little Lemon Drops Junior Guild - which includes Queen Anne members Sydney Kaplan, 14, Audrey Rogerson, 12, and Charlotte Rogerson, 14 - is hosting an outdoor-movie night and raffle on Saturday, Sept.

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Mon Sep 01, 2014

HeraldNet

Biz Bits

People RE / MAX Direct Realty has announced that Simon Pedersen has joined the office located at 110 4th Ave. in Edmonds.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

Federal Way Mirror

Highline joins initiative to strengthen manufacturers

A partnership of state organizations that include the Innovate Washington Foundation, Washington Department of Commerce, Impact Washington, Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board, Washington State University, Highline College and Shoreline Community College announce their collaboration to deliver the Make it in Washington initiative.

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Peninsula Daily News

Eye on Clallam: Commissioners eye capping cities' prison costs

The three Clallam County commissioners when they meet Tuesday will consider contract amendments with the cities of Port Angeles and Sequim to cap jail costs so new flat rates can be negotiated beginning in 2015.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

Bainbridge Island Review

Bainbridge Island hires growth planning expert

The city of Bainbridge Island has hired an expert in growth management to help the city update its comprehensive plan, the expansive policy document that guides growth and development on the island.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

The Waterland Blog

Highline College joins 'Make it in Washington' to help state manufacturers

Highline College has joined a partnership of state organizations on an initiative to help state manufacturers "Make it in Washington."

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Thu Aug 21, 2014

North King County

Northshore Fire Department rescues man from ravine

The incident occurred at the 15300 block of Bothell Way NE. Upon arrival crews received information from the Lake Forest Park Police that officers were with a slightly injured male patient who was unable to walk out of the ravine on his own.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

Real Change

Choice cuts. Metro offers cities their bus routes back - for a price.

Officials in several King County cities say the cost of a proposed program to buy back Metro bus service may be too expensive, and transit advocates say the program may signal bad news for low-income riders.

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Seattle Times

Highway 99’s coming 4-day closure: Be prepared for a mess

A four-day closure that starts late Friday night on Seattle's Highway 99 may end up wreaking havoc not only on drivers, but on bus passengers coming in and out of downtown.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

KREM-TV Spokane

Western Washington man's singing scares spider

SHORELINE, Wash. -- You've heard of the Dog Whisperer. Now meet the Spider Singer.

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