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1 hr ago | Seattle Weekly

Live Tonight: Annie Ford Band, Zoe Muth

Summer is ending, and there's no better way to bid adieu to the season than with the bittersweet, timeless country ballads of .


2 hrs ago | Business Journal

First glimpse: Here's what Seattle's latest hotel high-rise could look like

This is the early design proposed for a 17-story hotel in downtown Seattle. A city board is scheduled to review the design at a 5:30 p.m., Tuesday meeting at City Hall.


4 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

West Seattle back-to-school: Ribboncutting this afternoon at...

In about four hours, on the day before classes begin for 2014-2015, Seattle Public Schools ' new acting superintendent Dr. Larry Nyland will be in West Seattle.


4 hrs ago |

Retreat After Me to Debut at Seattle Fringe Festival, 9/17-21

Poor Eugene! He's been left with the overwhelming task of leading the marriage encounter after his boss is a no-show.


7 hrs ago | Seattle Times

Tuesday Memo: Threatening messages ... Record summer heat! ... More school speed cameras

The Queen Anne police shooting : Still waiting for more details on the incident in which two officers shot and killed a man who had been firing a gun from the front of his Queen Anne home Saturday night.


11 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Blog

Capitol Hill theater company stages one final performance before move to 12th Ave Arts

Greg Carter and Strawberry Theatre Workshop aren't about to get rich. But the company is putting on one last show on Capitol Hill the old-fashioned theatre way.


15 hrs ago |

Seattle catching up to Portland in light rail department with line to Northgate

Chuncks of a concrete support beam fall as a tunnel boring machine, turning a 21-foot diameter cutting head, breaks through a support wall in 2007 in Seattle to complete the boring of a 4,388-foot tunnel under Seattle's Beacon Hill neighborhood that was used for a 14-mile Sound Transit light rail line from downtown Seattle to the Seattle-Tacoma ... (more)


Mon Sep 01, 2014

KREM-TV Spokane

Oily bilge water leaves Seattle-area marina gasping

Several residents of the Ballard Mill Marina on Shilshole Avenue NE say they were awakened by the sickening smell of the oily mixture that Coast Guard investigators say is probably bilge water.


West Seattle Blog

West Seattle restaurants: Mashiko celebrates 20 years

For all the times we write about restaurant openings and closures here's one making news because it's hit a milestone.



Police: Man who shot at officers had been threatening his family

The man who was shot and killed by police Saturday night had been threatening his family prior to opening fire on officers, according to Seattle police.


Columbia City crash reveals dangers of density

The neighborhood's busy sidewalks are a sign that Seattle is achieving its goal of urban density.


West Seattle Blog

West Seattle-based Free2Luv joined by Seahawks for anti-bullying billboard campaign

With both the Seahawks ' season and the school year starting, an anti-bullying campaign is launching with a West Seattle-based nonprofit at the heart of it.


Theatre Off Jackson Presents the Bunner Sisters

Athena Theatre Project and Theatre Off Jackson present THE BUNNER SISTERS from the novella by Edith Wharton adapted and directed by Julie Beckman, September 18-October 5. Theatre Off Jackson, 409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104 Performances are at varying times with matinees and evening shows.


The Spokesman-Review

In brief: Downtown Spokane fight leaves man in critical condition - Mon, 01 Sep 2014 PST

Patrol officers responded to the report of an assault in the area of Sprague Avenue and Stevens Street just before 2:30 a.m. Medics were called to treat a man who had been involved in the altercation and was unresponsive.


Capitol Hill Blog

East Precinct's 2014 picnic: free hot dogs, Hill crime spike...

Saturday's annual East Precinct community picnic had a little more going on this year than just hot dogs.


Sun Aug 31, 2014

The Normandy Park Blog

County employees will be doing 'bug sampling' in Walker Creek area soon

King County employees will be doing 'bug sampling' in the Walker Creek area from Sept.


The Stranger

Sunday Morning News

What's That? You wanted to read reviews of almost every sing band that played Bumbershoot yesterday? Well good, we've got that right here.


Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Seattle police kill man after brief standoff

Seattle police officer respond in a tactical vehicle after a man reportedly firing guns was shot by responding officers on Sunday, August 30, 2014 in the Queen Anne neighborhood.


West Seattle Blog

West Seattle Sunday: Last lighthouse tours; trivia, music, more

Last day of August and we're spotlighting your last chance for something you can only do in the summertime: FINAL DAY TO TOUR ALKI POINT LIGHTHOUSE : 1-3:45 pm today, and then that's it until next summer.



Historic Everett building to be named for 3-term mayor

So it's only appropriate that the building where he once worked will now officially bear his name: William E. Moore Historic City Hall.



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