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Notes from Newcastle: Celebrate 20 years of community
In honor of Newcastle's 20th anniversary, we asked Councilman John Dulcich, a member of the city's original council, to write this month's Notes from Newcastle column.
Shell sketches plans for Arctic drilling in 2015
The oil drilling ship Noble Discoverer, seen April 5, 2012 in the Port of Seattle before its trip to Alaska for the summer Arctic drilling season.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
The Daily Troll: New Port 'o Seattle boss. Wage theft - it's...
More than 90 percent of state high school seniors passed all of their required assessment tests for graduation.
Ted Fick picked to lead Port of Seattle
The commission plans to formally vote on Fick on Sept. 11, and if approved Fick will take the helm when Yoshitani retires at the end of September.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Port of Seattle honors three airlines for being quiet
The Port of Seattle has recognized Alaska Airlines, Virgin American and Air Canada Jazz for their efforts to control noise at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and surrounding communities.
While State Supreme Court ponders SeaTac $15-an-hour law, Port of Seattle sets its own minimum
Beginning Jan. 1, 2015, the Port will require airlines and contractors to pay airfield workers $13.72 an hour in wages and benefits or $11.22 an hour not counting benefits.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Two planned canals, Suez and Nicaragua, could suck cargo from Puget Sound ports
The Port of Seattle is preparing to install larger cranes at Terminal 5, in order to load and unload ships too big to fit through even the widened Panama Canal.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
The Waterland Blog
Ribbon cut, ground broken for Des Moines Creek Business Park Thursday
The Port of Seattle and the City of Des Moines held a ribbon cutting and groundbreaking ceremony with Panattoni Development Company for the new 87-acrew Des Moines Creek Business Park on Thursday, Aug. 14. Representatives from the port, city, and developer were on hand for the celebration at the Des Moines Activity Center, including Port of Seattle ... (more)
Wed Aug 13, 2014
The News Tribune
Port of Tacoma CEO John Wolfe granted four percent raise
Tacoma port commissioners, lauding his efforts to keep the port's financial performance on track, have awarded the port's chief executive a nearly $10,000 annual raise.
Port of Seattle breaking ground on Des Moines business park
The Port of Seattle on Thursday will break ground on the first phase of the Des Moines Creek Business Park at 24th Avenue South and South 216th Street in Des Moines.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Federal Way Mirror
Man threatens to jump from I-5 overpass | Federal Way Police Blotter
Woman mysteriously goes missing: At 2 p.m. on Aug. 3 at 17801 International Boulevard, a woman reported that her friend from Federal Way was missing after she dropped her off at SeaTac Airport and failed to board her flight.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
The News Tribune
Port of Seattle moves forward on nearly $1 billion in Sea-Tac Airport improvements
Since the completion of Sea-Tac's rental car terminal in 2012, the airport and its customers have enjoyed a rare respite from the major expansion and remodeling that seem to be a way of life at busy airports.
Sun Aug 03, 2014
West Seattle Blog
Speaking of ships about that empty Port of Seattle space north of the bridge
Apparently the Port of Seattle 's now-empty stretch Terminal 5 north of the west end of the high bridge is really starting to draw notice; though we reported on the reason almost two weeks ago, we've received a flurry of inquiries about it this weekend.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Bainbridge Island Review
Out to sea for Seafair | SLIDESHOW
Review staffer Luciano Marano shoved off onboard the amphibious assault ship USS Essex to cover the Seafair Parade of Ships Wednesday, July 30. The annual military display cruised through Puget Sound, passing by the downtown Seattle waterfront and Bainbridge Island.