Ballard - News

Mon, 06/20/11

A rather high-profile Ballard tree has been cut down over the weekend, which came as a surprise to the surrounding businesses, Ballard District Council member, Rob Mattson and even Seattle City arborist, Nolan Rundquist, who usually handles cases…MORE

Fri, 06/17/11

From June 26 through July 17 the Phinney Neighborhood Association (PNA) will once again turn their Community Hall into a World Cup fan fest extraordinaire: Roughly 20 soccer matches will be shown LIVE on a big movie screen as the US Women’s team…MORE

Thu, 06/16/11

Ballard High School's production of "Cabaret" was well-received at the 5th Avenue Theatre Awards held at Benaroya Hall last week.

Ballard High School's pit orchestra won the 5th Avenue Theater Outstanding Orchestra Award for excellence in…MORE

Thu, 06/16/11

The Washington State Department of Transportation announced today that it will not appeal the King County Superior Court decision to refer one section of a Seattle City Council ordinance to voters on the August ballot.

From the press…MORE

Thu, 06/16/11

Close to 70 concerned citizens came out to Gas Works Park on June 15 for a chance to speak face-to-face with City Council candidates.

Presented by the Fremont, Green Lake, Greenwood and Wallingford Chambers of Commerce and North Seattle…MORE

Thu, 06/16/11

The 37th annual Ballard SeafoodFest is coming up on July 9th and 10th and the organizers are looking for help.

"We are looking for help with set-up and tear-down, selling raffle tickets, being part of the “green team” for recycling and…MORE

Thu, 06/16/11

Tylen Johnson, UW News Lab

Jesse Scott, a junior at Ballard High School has come with a plan to sell letterman jackets for less.

“I always wanted to get a letterman but they were so expensive. My grandpa thought it would be a great…MORE

Wed, 06/15/11

When the tornado hit Joplin, Missouri in May, the 13-year-old niece of Ray's Chef Peter Birk was home alone, hiding in a closet when the roof was ripped off and the house collapsed around her. Her mom  (Birk's sister) was frantically trying to…MORE

Wed, 06/15/11

The Ballard High School DECA is creating a fully customized Monopoly-style game that celebrates Ballard.

Titled Ballardopoly, the game will become available for sale in the fall and will be distributed throughout the community.  Proceeds…MORE

Wed, 06/15/11

Maritime Pacific Brewing Company is making a "minor" change to its Jolly Roger Taproom to its admission policy. Starting Friday, June 17, the Jolly Roger Taproom will be open to all ages.

Having had a 21 years-and-over policy in place…MORE

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