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Fri, 06/24/11

A snowy owl chick hatched at the Woodland Park Zoo on June 13. The chick marks the first offspring between the mom, estimated to be 22 years old, and the father, 14 years old. The gender of the chick has not been determined.

The parents…MORE

Fri, 06/24/11

While the final tallies won't be available on Tuesday, June 28, the Seattle Foundation's one-day GiveBIG challenge is already being called the biggest single day of charitable giving in King County history. More than 18,800 donations were made in…MORE

Thu, 06/23/11

Today, the Ballard Historical Society is completing their Bring the Ring Back project and invites the community to celebrate.

At 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 5, the ring returns to Ballard at last.

Starting at 5:30 p.m., the event will…MORE

Thu, 06/23/11

Hotel Ballard is celebrating their Grand Opening on Saturday, June 25. Located in the historic Bank Building at 5300 Ballard Avenue, the hotel offers 16 intimate rooms. completely restored to 1902 elegance with 21 century amenities.

The…MORE

Thu, 06/23/11

Seattle Parks and Recreation and the Parks and Green Spaces Levy Oversight Committee are holding a public hearing on Monday, June 27 to discuss their recommendation to spend $10 million of Levy inflation.

Seattle voters passed the Parks…MORE

Thu, 06/23/11

Aiming to create the biggest charitable giving day in King County history, the June 23rd "GiveBIG" campaign is a community-wide giving challenge to make the greater Seattle community a vital and healthy place to live by supporting nonprofit…MORE

Wed, 06/22/11

Worried about all the crime reports you've been reading? The Crown Hill Neighborhood Association is sponsoring a community meeting for residents and businesses to learn about crime in and around your neighborhood and how to prevent it.

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Wed, 06/22/11

A coalition of housing and homeless non-profit organizations have awarded Sen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles with the 2011 "Housing Hero" award for her leadership and advocacy in promoting policies that work toward fair housing practices and ending…MORE

Tue, 06/21/11

By Christy Wolyniak, Intern

Summer break is here which means students and recent graduates are on the hunt for jobs...any job.

“I don’t care at all [what job I have]. I’d be a lumberjack at this point," said Ballard High School…MORE

Tue, 06/21/11

Press Release from the King County Executive's Office:

The recession-driven decline in the sales-tax revenues that support public transit leaves the Metropolitan King County Council with two choices – ensure interim funding to continue…MORE

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