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  • Madison Park Days keeps its traditions
    The times, they are a changing, but Madison Park Days has kept its traditions much the same in the nearly four decades since its start.
  • Work starts on Capitol Hill transit-oriented development
    Developers, government officials and community advocates said goodbye to the large asphalt lot above the Capitol Hill light rail station on Tuesday, and celebrated the start of Sound Transit’s largest transit-oriented development to date.
  • Parkshore upgrading for generations to come
    Parkshore has had picturesque views of Lake Washington and Mt. Rainier for the past 55 years. But the senior living market has changed a lot since then, so now Transforming Age is executing a modern vision for the Madison Park community.
  • Madrona consignment shop switches hands
    Natalie Anderson and Adam Peart started Driftwood Boutique a decade ago, growing a local clientele in the market for affordable high-end fashion.
    Julie Moberly has taken over the Madrona storefront, changing the name to Jules, and adding her own stamp on what she says was already a "winning formula."
  • Madison Park Crossing Flags a community effort
    The crossing flags seen up and down East Madison Street popped up a decade ago, a project of the now disbanded Historic Madison Park group.
    Residents Reg Newbeck and Ken Myrabo took up the flags in 2010, and last year was the first time resident support covered the full cost of maintaining the community service.
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  • Consulate of Mexico ready to move

    The Consulate of Mexico in Seattle will close downtown on Friday, with plans to reopen in Capitol Hill on July 9.
    The Mexican consulate is taking over most of the space in the historic Harvard Exit Theater, which owner Eagle Rock Ventures acquired for $2.35 million in 2015 and began renovating for Class A office space that fall.

  • A 365-day Magnolia
    About the time this month’s issue of The Madison Park Times lands in your mailbox, you may be taking a stroll though the neighborhood. You’ll spot a lawn or sidewalk beneath which colorful petals in rose, pink and cream are heavily strewn, as if the procession of some ancient potentate were about to commence.
  • Madrona Elementary struggles to increase enrollment
    The reopening of Meany Middle School last September resulted in cutting grades sixth through eighth at what is now just Madrona Elementary. Despite having room to grow its enrollment, Madrona is one of many central area schools that has struggled with increasing its student population over the years.

  • This is a doozy of a cold and flu season. Some report that the flu vaccine has only been about 10 percent effective making it even more difficult to avoid an infection. Have you talked with your primary care doctor or visited the Madison Park Pharmica for a strategy to treat a cold or flu?
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