Sun, 11/13/05

The city of SeaTac's code enforcement staff has developed a new Neighborhood Grant Program to provide resident groups with matching funds for neighborhood improvement projects.

The program is designed to encourage neighbors to work…MORE

Sun, 11/13/05

Highline-area residents can help stop flooding in neighborhoods this fall by clearing leaves and litter from storm drains and ditches around their homes.

The Burien Public Works Department recently stated that its crews are doing "their…MORE

Wed, 11/09/05

The Woodland Park Zoo is building a new edition but instead of animals, this one holds cars. Plans call for a four floor parking garage in the north west corner of the zoo, with capacity for 700 automobiles. Some neighbors feel officials ignored…MORE

Wed, 11/09/05

With the Thanksgiving holiday fast approaching, the Ballard Food Bank is hoping to provide 7,200 pounds of turkey to needy families and is seeking the public's help to reach that goal.

Each year, the agency's Adopt-a-Family program makes…MORE

Wed, 11/09/05

Efforts by a group of residents to improve conditions on 14th Avenue Northwest have largely focused on the streets design and up-keep that they believe poses a safety threat to drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists, though statistically, the city…MORE

Wed, 11/09/05

Shortly after receiving a revised stormwater permit, the Port of Seattle and its contractor have been fined for an accidental spill into Miller Creek.

The state Department of Ecology responded with a $9,000 fine against the Port, operators…MORE

Fri, 11/04/05

Did you know Mother Goose grew up in West Seattle, White Center, and Beacon Hill, is a West Seattle High School graduate, and resides here still?

Well, it's so!


Fri, 11/04/05

Kenyon Hall, one of West Seattle's first performance venues, has often been labeled the place to go for vaudeville and old-fashioned entertainment.

But manager Lou Magor would characterize his unusual venue another way.

"We are a…MORE

Fri, 11/04/05

A new four-story house under construction on Beach Drive has a nearby property owner upset about losing part of the view of Puget Sound because he contends the new structure is taller than what the zoning allows.

The site in the 4200…MORE

Fri, 11/04/05

People have been wondering what's to become of the Southgate Skating Rink.

The 85-year-old White Center landmark closed in midsummer after a suspicious fire in a storage lot next door scorched the south wall of the building.


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