People passing-by the Matador today on N.W. Market Street and Ballard Avenue were likely to have come across this unusual sight. A bicycle was 'parked' in a tree. The nearby bike rack was full so naturally, a tree is the next best thing.
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Kohl-Welles halts attempts to reform medical marijuana law; calling her failed attempts the greatest disappointment of her legislative career
Sen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles annouced today that she will no longer pursue further attempts to reform the state's medical marijuana law.
Kohl-Welles issued the following statementregarding her efforts to reform Washington's medical marijuana…
Swedish/Ballard hospital is hosting a Farmers Market at the Dockside cafe every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is an opportunity for people who work in Ballard but don't get a chance to visit the big Sunday Farmer's Market on Ballard Avenue…
Two young entrepreneurs in Ballard have launched a business based on their own need to keep the party going without anyone having to make a beer run when snacks or refreshments run out.
iHaveMuchies.com is a late night door-to-door…
Local students win summer scholarships from the Enrichment Scholarship Program of Assistance League of Seattle
Seven students from Salmon Bay Middle School have received scholarships through the Enrichment Scholarship Program (ESP) of Assistance League of Seattle.
ESP awards scholarships to students in grades 6 through 11 who exhibit a keen…
After 23 years as the cornerstone of the Ballard Building on the corner of Northwest Market Street and 22nd Avenue Northwest, Lombardi's Italian Restaurant and Bar will be closing its doors for good Oct. 9.
Owner Diane Symms is…