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  1. Council passes short-term rental tax, pauses on regulationRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Madison Park Times

    Image courtesy of Seattle Channel Seattle City Councilmember Rob Johnson asks to take short-term rental regulation back to committee on Monday, Nov. 13. He didn't want to approve the $12 per night on short-term rental units and $8 per night on room rentals. The council turned down a head tax on some top-grossing businesses within the city on Tuesday.


  2. Winterfest Opening Weekend Features Fun, Free, Family EntertainmentRead the original story

    Yesterday |

    Opening weekend of Seattle Center Winterfest, Nov. 24-26, promises sparkling lights, child-sized amusements and spirited entertainment at Center venues and on the grounds. The weekend launches five weeks of festive, fun-filled, free and affordable activities.


  3. Seattle, Cover to CoverRead the original story

    Wednesday | Southern Accents

    I t's fitting that the West's most literate city would have the coolest new library. Designed by Rem Koolhaas and Joshua Ramus with LMN Architects, the Seattle Central Library , which opened last May, is nothing short of a rethinking of the form, function, and spirit of the public library.


  4. CarlsonCast Nov.21--7am hourRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 21 | KVI-AM Seattle

    A new report by the Puget Sound Business Journal calculates that more than $1 billion is spent each year in King County alone on dealing with the homelessness crisis. Over half of that money is spent by non-profits that receive a lot of taxpayer money from Seattle and King County governments.


  5. City, district to team up on Memorial Stadium planRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 21 | Magnolia News

    From left, Seattle Mayor Tim Burgess, School Board Director Leslie Harris, Council President Bruce Harrell, and Superintendent Larry Nyland sign an agreement to partner on several key issues, including the future of Memorial Stadium. Photo by Joe Veyera Burgess said on Monday that Seattle's children, "deserve a strong, healthy, fair start and the best possible education any city can provide."


  6. Linda Rae (Hausske) WillitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 20 | My Edmonds

    Linda Rae Willits passed away peacefully with family by her side on November 5, 2017 after a valiant and courageous 4-year battle with cancer. Linda was a wife, mother, nana, friend, confidante, caregiver and true saint.


  7. Seattle Central College, Sound Transit, Capitol Hill Housing Reach...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 20 | Mass Transit

    Seattle residents seeking affordable housing in the Capitol Hill Station area will have a new option thanks to an agreement between Seattle Central College, Sound Transit and Capitol Hill Housing. The move will also enable Seattle Central to expand its education and training opportunities in high demand fields so more people in the community have the ability to prosper economically.


  8. The Cascadia ProtocolRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 19 | Vashon Loop

    The Cascadia Protocol is the latest evolution of my education project, The Natural Philosopher ~ A Curriculum for Ecological Intelligence. This project is entirely a child of the extraordinary community that is Vashon Island, WA, Cascadia.


  9. Timely 'Fable of Resistance' involves global warming, Starbucks, beerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 19 | Seattle Times

    Few audiences will read Bill McKibben's latest book with as much wry appreciation as Seattleites. Not merely because McKibben opens his tale, "Radio Free Vermont," with a hefty swing at Starbucks' assembly-line lattes, but because he articulates the fantasy entertained by so many in private musings about the Trump administration and globalization and the horrors swamping daily news.


  10. Capitol Hill Community Post | Sen. Pedersen's legislative updateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 24 | Capitol Hill Blog

    After five years of Republican control of the state Senate, exciting changes are afoot in Olympia. Democrats gained a one-seat majority as a result of this month's special election in the 45th Legislative District .


  11. Global Healthcare M2M Market by Component, Application, End User And Region - Global Forecast to 2021Read the original story

    Sunday Nov 19 |

    Worldwide Market Reports added Latest Research Report titled " Global Healthcare M2M Market Report and Forecast to 2021 " to it's Large Report database. Healthcare M2M Report by Material, Application, and Geography - Global Forecast to 2021 is a professional and comprehensive research report on the world's major regional market conditions, focusing on the main regions and the main countries .


  12. Telemedicine and M-Health Convergence Industry - NextGen...Read the original story

    Sunday Nov 19 |

    Worldwide Market Reports added Latest Research Report titled " Global and Chinese Telemedicine and M-Health Convergence Industry, 2017 Market Research Report " to it's Large Report database. The ' Global and Chinese Telemedicine and M-Health Convergence Industry , 2012-2022 Market Research Report' is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Telemedicine and M-Health Convergence industry with a focus on the Chinese market.


  13. Man arrested, gun seized after threats to Seattle churchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | The Columbian

    Police arrested a 25-year-old suburban Seattle man and seized his AR-15 rifle after he allegedly sent a series of escalating messages to pastors at a Seattle church. Police say the man had attended the unnamed church in the University District neighborhood but staff had not heard from him since he threatened to burn down the church over a year ago.


  14. Stream Dude York's Christmas Album Halftime For The HolidaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | Stereogum

    'Tis the season and Seattle trio Dude York are here to liven up the holidays with a new full-length Christmas album, Halftime For The Holidays . It's a mix of pumped-up originals that act as sardonic takes on classic holiday songs, and it's a whole lot of fun.


  15. Public health to oversee King County youth detentionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | KUOW-FM Seattle

    County Executive Dow Constantine said the change is part of an effort to dramatically reduce the practice of detaining young people arrested for crimes. Patty Hayes, director of Public Health - Seattle & King County, said the department is well positioned to provide the best possible environment and support for youth who enter into the justice system.


  16. Delridge Neighborhoods District Council: Talking RapidRide H Line and more with Councilmember HerboldRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | West Seattle Blog

    When City Councilmember Lisa Herbold walked into Wednesday night's Delridge Neighborhoods District Council meeting after an all-day budget session, members and attendees happened to be talking about the future conversion of Metro Route 120 to the RapidRide H Line . The discussion never did get around to any of the hot topics that had dominated the day - and some previous days - at City Hall , such as the "head tax" or encampment removals aka "sweeps."


  17. Sound Transit Board approves zero-cost land transfer in First HillRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Photo by Brandon Macz: The Sound Transit Board of Directors approved negotiating a zero-cost land transfer for affordable housing in First Hill valued at $8.6 million on Thursday, Nov. 16. The Sound Transit Board on Thursday approved negotiating a zero-cost land transfer valued at $8.6 million to two affordable housing developers for a joint high-rise project in First Hill that was hailed as ambitious and creative. Bellwether Housing and the Plymouth Housing Group are planning a 308-unit joint development on a half-acre surplus Sound Transit property at Madison Street and Boylston Avenue, which currently has a Money Tree and parking lot on it.


  18. Skate Park at Seattle Center Will Be Demolished, but Rebuilt… SomewhereRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | The Stranger

    SeaSk8, the skate park at Seattle Center , has gone through more than a few iterations over the years. It's also a vital part of operations for Skate Like A Girl, a non-profit which empowers female-identified youth through skateboarding.


  19. Eat and Drink Like a Kid at These 11 Bars and RestaurantsRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 16 | MSN Living

    Try the Capri Sun , or Adult Root Beer Float for a slightly boozier trip down memory lane. In the mood to keep that rose-colored momentum going? Just head downstairs to Narwhal, the bar's in-house arcade, to try your hand at pinball or take some silly snapshots in the photo booth."


  20. Parking Policy Changes: Proposal allows 'shared' parking, ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 15 | West Seattle Blog

    While many city-government watchers had their attention on the budget battle today, a major proposal was released by Mayor Tim Burgess 's office - proposed changes in parking policy. The map above, based on 2009-2014 research about carlessness percentages in neighborhoods, was included.


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