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The Art Walk and Music Stroll will be held on the first Saturday of each month this Summer.
As of June 30, bar-goers are able to stand shoulder-to-shoulder and diners can sit at restaurant tables that have long been vacant to reduce capacity… Continue reading
As of Monday evening June 28 and continuing into Tuesday morning and afternoon, June 29, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and King County… Continue reading
Concerts will be held at the Historic Shell Station.
The King County Council has narrowed its search for a new director of the Office of Law Enforcement Oversight to two finalists. The finalists are… Continue reading
The National Weather Service forecasts that the upper-level high pressure system responsible for the historic stretch of heat that broiled the Northwest over recent days… Continue reading
Sound Transit seeks public input on transit-oriented development at future Overlake Village Station in Redmond
Sound Transit wants to hear what the public thinks about the future development of about two acres of land at the future Overlake Village Station… Continue reading
The wildfire started on June 28th and is 25 acres and growing.
Thousands of people in Western Washington have lost power over the weekend, as power demand spiked during a historic heat wave. As of Monday afternoon,… Continue reading
Additional oppressive heat blistered the Pacific Northwest on Monday (June 28) before the core of the unprecedented heat shifts into interior sections of the region… Continue reading
As of Monday morning, June 28, Washington State Department of Transportation reported the following road obstructions: 5:17 a.m.: A collision blocking the ramp of Highway… Continue reading
Shifting between childhood and adulthood propels an uncovering of information and a new reality, as human beings become independent thinkers. While ignorance is bliss, knowing… Continue reading
On Monday morning, June 28, a trail runner found a man who’d been missing for eight days in the wilderness near North Bend. According to… Continue reading
Charity feeds local children and families in need.
Apartments in the Seattle area are getting bigger, but that trend is being driven by construction in suburban cities, according to a new study by… Continue reading
$11.3 million proposed for citizenship application support and COVID relief to undocumented families
Washington state chapter of Wolf-PAC supports Article V constitutional convention.
Under a new order, landlords can only evict a tenant if they refuse to seek help through a relief program.
Global shipment issues affect supply and sales of fireworks.
Housing experts concerned about the long-term impacts on generational wealth.