Over the past year, being a bar or restaurant owner has been rough. The pandemic alone is enough to make any business owner apprehensive.
Highline Times - News
Update Friday April 9
Southgate Roller Rink expanding into former Bank America building; Skate shop and studio space opening this summer
The former Bank America building at 9616 17th SW in White Center is being converted into a retail skate shop and studio space by the owner of next door Southgate Roller Rink.
King County Executive Dow Constantine came to White Center on Tuesday March 30 to highlight an effort to clean up public areas spoiled by litter and graffiti.
SDOT paving this weekend in South Park & Highland Park; Part of 1st Ave S will be temporarily closed
information from Seattle Department of Transportation
The family of Tommy Le, a 20-year-old man who was shot and killed by a King County Sheriff's deputy in Burien in 2017 has settled with the County for $5 million.
information from Highline Public Schools
In February 2020, the Burien City Council directed the Business and Economic Development Partnership (BEDP) to study whether food trucks should be allowed to operate in the City of Burien as part of their 2020 work plan.
The Highline Schools Foundation has named its Gold Star Outstanding Aluma. Pat Thompson!
For more than 100 year Italian immigrants have left their imprint on the Pacific Northwest. Working as farmers, truck drivers, coal miners, in construction, and of course in the restaurant industry, they helped shape Seattle.