First Hill Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Kiddie Academy readies new Queen Anne locationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Magnolia News

    Work is well underway to convert former administrative offices of the Girl Scouts of Western Washington at 601 Valley St. to serve more than 200 children at a new child-care facility in Queen Anne. The hope for owners Raman Thind and Devinder Singh is to open Kiddie Academy of Seattle at Queen Anne sometime between Aug. 15 and Sept.


  2. Williams Partnersa Northwest Pipeline Seeks FERC Approval for North Seattle Lateral Upgrade ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Business Wire

    Northwest has executed firm agreements with Puget Sound Energy for the project to expand the delivery capabilities of Northwest Pipeline's North Seattle Lateral, which serves PSE customers. PSE operates Washington's largest natural gas distribution system serving nearly 800,000 gas customers in six counties.


  3. This airline is offering a 30 percent discount, but it ends Tuesday nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Deseret News

    There are some parameters for the deal. Customers must buy domestic flights leaving on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays for dates July 18 to Aug. 12 of this year.


  4. Labor Shortages Become 'New Normal' as City BuildsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 17 | Construction Equipment Guide

    The city issued nearly 12,000 buildings permits through the first 10 months of its current fiscal year for a record $2.5 billion in projects. Twenty-one construction cranes currently dot the metro-area's skyline, the fifth most in the country and more than either San Francisco or New York.


  5. Seattle Food News: Portland Ice Cream Chain to Open Two Shops in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 17 | The Stranger

    Salt and Straw is bringing not just spoonfuls but entire cones and bowls of ice cream to Ballard! And Capitol Hill! Whoo! "Our Ballard shop will sit pretty near Caffe Umbria, The Matador, La Isla, and the rest of the historic neighborhood's gems," they wrote in a Facebook post, also teasing their original Seattle venture: "Psst: Our Capitol Hill shop will open Winter 2017, too, so look forward to a very sweet new year!" Opening an ice cream shop in winter sounds, on paper, like a difficult prospect, but Seattleites seem to be unrelenting ice cream fiends these days. I've been baffled several times by long lines at the Capitol Hill Molly Moon's in the dead of winter.


  6. 5 things to do in Seattle this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 |

    Three stages, 10 theater companies, 16 performances - all over two days, this weekend at Volunteer Park! 14/48 will be presenting Coyote Tails, a play based on Southwestern Navajo tales, while Theater Schmeater will be putting on a 2-person rendition of the family-friendly The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe . And, of course, there will be Shakespeare - traditional, from Much Ado About Nothing to Richard II , and some improvised Shakespeare-inspired comedy by Jet City Improv.


  7. On 4th vote, 34th District Democrats endorse Bob Hasegawa, Jessyn Farrell for mayorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | West Seattle Blog

    It took more than an hour and four rounds of voting tonight for the 34th District Democrats to decide who they are supporting for mayor. The result: A dual endorsement for Bob Hasegawa and Jessyn Farrell .


  8. Old-school appeal in Wallingford's new Union SaloonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | Seattle Times

    At the corner pub Union Saloon, The Doobie Brothers exhort you to listen to the music, the bar man entices with $6 cocktails, and this shorts-and-sandals evening comes with the promise that the sun won't set till 9. It's only 5. The No. 31 articulated bus had screeched to a stop right out front.


  9. Salt & Straw ice cream coming to BallardRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | Viewing Feed

    "Hey Seattle-we're coming to Ballard!" they write on their Facebook page . "We are tickled to announce our second upcoming scoop shop in Seattle, opening winter 2017 at 5420 Ballard Avenue NW.


  10. Calling All Block Watch Captains: Southwest Precinct's Crime...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | West Seattle Blog

    If you are or have been a Block Watch captain in the Southwest Precinct area - West Seattle and South Park - you might have received e-mail from the precinct's new Crime Prevention Coordinator , Jennifer Burbridge . Or not - which is why she asked if we would circulate this request too.


  11. Seattle: Expect more condos and apartments under this planRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | KUOW-FM Seattle

    The City of Seattle is planning a sweeping rezone of the entire city to create more affordable housing. The public can weigh in now on a draft environmental study of the zoning changes .


  12. City extends comment period on evaluation of citywide Mandatory Housing AffordabilityRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 6 | Phinneywood

    You can provide feedback on the environmental study using this online form or by e-mailing [email protected] "Due to a high volume of requests, both online and at a recent public hearing, we are extending the written comment period on this environmental study an additional 15 days," said OPCD Director Sam Assefa.


  13. Man charged in wife's shooting during Seattle Uber rideRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | 680News

    In this image made from a video provided by Q13 News, Cameron Espitia, who is accused of fatally shooting his wife Jennifer Espitia, makes an appearance in a King County courtroom in Seattle, Monday, July 3, 2017. Police say Jennifer Espitia was killed early Sunday in Seattle's Queen Anne neighborhood during an argument with Cameron Espitia while in a ride-hailing vehicle.


  14. Beyond the Game: What Seahawks fans can do this weekend in SeattleRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 6 | 12th Man Rising

    The summer schedule is booking up fast. I love the summer, but it can be a little overwhelming at times , what with all the barbecues and such.


  15. Summer Nights Music Series Returns to Chihuly Garden and GlassRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 6 | KTMF

    Located between the Glasshouse and colorful Chandelier Walkway, the Art Plaza offers guests a spectacular view of the exhibition's summer planting in the garden. During the performances, there will be wine and beer available for purchase.


  16. Classic Seattle homes with modern interiorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    This Phinney Ridge remodel maintains period appeal and Cape Cod charm, while also enjoying granite counters and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. Plenty of built-in storage abounds, as well as heated marble flooring and a professionally designed, full-fenced garden.


  17. Volunteers needed for Work Party to clean up Miller Creek this Saturday, July 8Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | The Waterland Blog

    Help remove invasive plant species and plant native species along Miller Creek. You will learn the importance of maintaining healthy ecosystems, become familiar with local flora and noxious weeds, and gain valuable restoration work experience.


  18. July 4th blaze started by fireworksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 4 | Magnolia Voice

    Neighbors say a firework or "flare" sent aloft from Ella Bailey park started a fire in shrubbery adjacent to a Magnolia home at 24th Avenue West & Halladay Street Tuesday night. Local kids tell residents they saw the perpetrators shoot an incendiary from the park about 10 p.m. which traveled down hill in the direction of the fire.


  19. West Seattle Wednesday: 6 post-holiday highlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | West Seattle Blog

    From the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar : AVALON SUBSTATION @ LANDMARKS BOARD: As announced in May , the city Landmarks Board will consider the former Avalon Substation building at its City Hall meeting today, 3:30 pm. The review is part of the process through which Seattle City Light is seeking to demolish the building as part of a site cleanup.


  20. Portrait of an Artist: Lawrence Pitre documents the Central DistrictRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Real Change

    Lawrence Pitre is a married father of two, rose to the rank of captain in the Army and is involved with the Central Area Chamber of Commerce. While juggling these various positions, Pitre always found a way to express himself through art.


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