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  1. Traffic/Transit Today: Tuesday watch; 35th/Holden collisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 17, 2018 | West Seattle Blog

    A texter says a motorcyclist was injured. No other details. That's it for incidents so far in or from West Seattle.


  2. West Seattle Sunday: From soccer to Summer Fest, plus mini-STP bike...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 15, 2018 | West Seattle Blog

    WATCHING THE WORLD CUP'S FINAL MATCH: This is not an all-inclusive list, but if you're looking for someplace to watch the 8 am match, here's a few West Seattle spots we found: - Whisky West , open at 7 am - Beveridge Place Pub , open at 7:30 am - Prost West Seattle , open at 7 am - The Bridge , open at 8 am - The Lodge Sports Grille Music: The main stage is on California north of Oregon), with Jennifer Cepeda and DancePowered up first at 11 am, The Dusty 45s on last at 4 pm - here's the schedule Beer garden : Next to the stage Community groups: In the Info Booth - see the list/schedule here - some also are in booths on California and at GreenLife Pet Junction: By Next to Nature , on west side of California north of Alaska - see the list here TRAFFIC/TRANSIT REMINDERS: Don't forget that motorized-vehicle traffic is detoured off California and Alaska in the festival zone, and that will ... (more)


  3. Burglary investigation update, community Q&A, farewell, and more ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2018 | West Seattle Blog

    No arrest yet in the south West Seattle break-ins in which residents came face to face with intruders, but they were a major topic at last night's West Seattle Block Watch Captains Network meeting at the Southwest Precinct . CAPTAIN'S UPDATE: Precinct commander Capt.


  4. Better Ready Than Sorry: Disaster drill April 28 to focus on power-outage scenario. You can helpRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2018 | West Seattle Blog

    Early heads-up in case you can help - three weeks from tomorrow, neighborhood volunteers could use your help during another disaster drill. Here's the announcement: Join us in a simulated full city power outage field exercise of the Seattle Emergency Communications Hubs and the Seattle Auxiliary Communication Service Emergency communication hubs - predetermined meeting places you would go for information in case of a catastrophic loss of regular communication - will be "activated" citywide for the drill, including three in West Seattle.


  5. City Light discovers what caused the brief, widespread power outage in West SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 25, 2018 | West Seattle Blog

    Checking around on Twitter, other areas - Morgan Junction, South Delridge, Gatewood, for starters - confirmed it happened there too. And via scanner, we're hearing a report of something that sounded like "an explosion" near Delridge/Thistle - emergency responders are checking.


  6. Why attendance-area boundaries might change for ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 27, 2017 | West Seattle Blog

    Some families who currently live in the Genesee Hill Elementary School attendance area may find themselves in the Lafayette Elementary School attendance area starting next school year. Boundary changes are being considered for those two schools to take some pressure off GHES, West Seattle's most-populous elementary, already 10 percent above capacity just one year after opening.


  7. West Seattle Art Walk and more for your ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2017 | West Seattle Blog

    Every quarter, the West Seattle Art Walk adds new venues - so take a good look at the new map for tonight and the next two months, to see who's just joined! While The Junction remains the heart of the Art Walk, new venues are in other neighborhoods too, including south Admiral and Sunrise Heights. Starred venues are hosting artists/art, while those without stars are offering food/drink specials to make your night of art exploration even more special.


  8. 'Part of our heritage': WSHS alum Timothy Brock to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 22, 2017 | West Seattle Blog

    The last time composer/conductor Timothy Brock was onstage in West Seattle, he was a WSHS student, performing with one of the school's musical groups.


  9. Luna Park documentarian's requestRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2017 | West Seattle Blog

    That's West Seattle's legendary, short-lived and long-gone Luna Park , circa 1910, from the Seattle Municipal Archives . If you have any Luna Park memorabilia/photos, Michael Falcone is hoping you'll help: I'm working on a documentary on Luna Park and would like to put out a call for any photographs/materials relating to the park and/or early West Seattle.


  10. West Seattle scene: Rotary's benefit breakfast features Cliff MassRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | West Seattle Blog

    The Rotary Club of West Seattle drew about 200 people to its annual fundraising breakfast this morning at Salty's on Alki . This year's keynote speaker is well-known to weather-watchers in particular: Cliff Mass , described on the program as "University of Washington Professor of Atmospheric Sciences and renowned Seattle weather prognosticator/personality."


  11. West Seattle coyotes: Upper Alki sightingRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2016 | West Seattle Blog

    Last night when I got home there was a coyote eating something in my backyard. I beat on the windows and scared it away before it returned to get the meal it had left behind.


  12. The WSBeat: Tale of the tossed laptops, and 5 more from SPD filesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2015 | West Seattle Blog

    This edition of our periodic feature The WSBeat contains summaries written from reports on cases handled recently by Southwest Precinct officers - generally cases that have not already appeared here in breaking-news coverage or West Seattle Crime Watch reports, but that might at least answer the question "what WERE all those police doing on my block?" Or on the bridge, or the beach, or *Around noon on the 15th, someone called 911 to report a "man down" at 29th and Trenton. The man was able to mumble his name to officers, which allowed them to run a records check.


  13. Spokane Street Viaduct Widening Project ceremony: 'We're done!'Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2012 | West Seattle Blog

    After four years of construction, finally a celebration for the completion of the Spokane Street Viaduct Widening Project . It was May 2008 when word came that the project would proceed, and we took a closeup look at "how it'll change your life."


  14. West Seattle Trader Joe's: April 13th reportedly set for openingRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2012 | West Seattle Blog

    We got a note over the weekend saying that Trader Joe's has set April 13th - two months from today - as opening date for its long-awaited, long-under-construction West Seattle location . The sender did not want to be identified, but we did some checking and have multiple reasons to believe they're reliable.


  15. 34th District Democrats endorse Joe FitzgibbonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2010 | West Seattle Blog

    ORIGINAL 7:53 PM REPORT : We're at the 34th District Democrats ' meeting in Fauntleroy, where it is standing-room only as the group gets ready to hear 34th District State House Position 2 candidates Joe Fitzgibbon and Mike Heavey make their respective cases for the group's endorsement, with the general election just eight weeks away. They were the top two vote-getters, in that order, in a primary race that also included Marcee Stone - whom the 34th DDs had endorsed - and independent "Mac" McElroy .


  16. 2010 primary election: Ballots arriving; candidates talkingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 29, 2010 | West Seattle Blog

    Two days after King County Elections announced the August 17 primary ballots were in the mail, they're arriving . The big decisions for West Seattle are in two open races with four candidates each, which the primary results will narrow to two for November: 34th District State House Position 2 and King County Council District 8 .


  17. Admiral 4th of July Kids' Parade 2010, report #2: The videoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2010 | West Seattle Blog

    This year's Admiral 4th of July Kids' Parade was bigger than last year. How do we know? We usually roll video on the entirety of the parade - this year, it was so long, we had to break it into two clips! The first seven-plus minutes - starting with Seattle Fire Department Engine 29 coming around the corner - is above; the ensuing six-plus minutes are next: Before the parade, a few words from West Seattle Hi-Yu Festival junior royalty , followed by King County Executive Dow Constantine : All West Seattle kids are also invited to be in a parade that's just a few weeks away - the Rotary Club of West Seattle Kiddies' Parade, which precedes the West Seattle American Legion Post 160 Grand Parade - the Kiddies' Parade sign-in is at 10 am, and the parading begins at 11, on Saturday, July 24 - more info on the Rotary website .


  18. New candidates in County Council, State House Position 1 racesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 12, 2010 | West Seattle Blog

    Friday was the final day for candidates to file to run in the August 17th primary, and the online lists - which we have reason to believe aren't final yet - show two local races with candidates who hadn't surfaced earlier: In the County Council District 8 race , joining State Sen. Joe McDermott of West Seattle, Normandy Park City Councilmember Shawn McEvoy , and political newcomer Diana Toledo of West Seattle, we see Tim Fahey of South Park, whose campaign focus - via the Web and Facebook - appears to be on the soon-to-close SP Bridge.


  19. West Seattle Weekend Lineup: Westwood Fair & WS 5K editionRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2010 | West Seattle Blog

    The banners are up - tomorrow's the day for the Westwood Village Street Fair , first big outdoor festival of the season, 11-7 pm with live music, bouncy toys, magicians, JP PATCHES ! and a dog show . And that's just Saturday - then Sunday, it's the second annual West Seattle 5K Run/Walk , which kicks off the Seattle Summer Streets "car-free day" on Alki.


  20. Pirates, baseball, mindfulness, and more for your West Seattle SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 7, 2018 | West Seattle Blog

    WATCH WORLD CUP SOCCER: Whisky West is opening early for the Sweden/England World Cup match - 6:30 am. ALL-STAR TOURNAMENT: West Seattle Little League 's home park Bar-S in Alki is home to the District 7 11/12 All-Star Tournament starting this morning at 9 am, with WSLL facing PacWest in one of the first games - see the brackets here .


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