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Julia Lee's Park transferred to Seattle Parks and Recreation
Julia Lee's Park, a small private park used by Madison Valley residents for a generation, has been transferred into city ownership.
A nun since WWII, Immaculate Conception alum dies at 94
Sister Stephanie Marie Nakagawa was the Maryknoll convent's first Japanese-American member to come from the West Coast.
Social advocates beg for support at budget hearing
The next public hearing on the budget will be held Oct. 25 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Council chambers.
New Boeing facility to honor fallen firefighter
At the height of World War II, as Boeing was testing a plane that would become the B-29 Bomber, one prototype crashed into a meat packing plant adjacent to Boeing Field.
Restoring an original Olmsted vision
The Volunteer Park Trust organized a work party to plant hundreds of yellow flora in the soil beds on the southeast corner of the park reservoir.
I-1433 proponents say sick leave key to children’s care
Proponents of a statewide initiative to raise the minimum wage and expand access to paid sick leave made their case on Sept. 13 for why voters should back the sweeping measure designed to reduce economic inequality in Washington.
City Council passes secure scheduling law
The Seattle City Council passed legislation on Monday, Sept. 19, that will give a number of food and retail employees earlier notice of their work schedules and require large employers to provide increased compensation when those schedules change.
County heroin and opiate addiction task force calls for a shift from justice to public health
Chief among the task force’s recommendations were a recommendation to increase the supply of overdose-reversing drug naloxone, as well as a recommendation to build two supervised injection sites in King County.
Lawsuits, garbage left behind in wake of Central District homeless camp's exodus
The site of a vacated homeless encampment behind the Central District’s MidTown Center is still a mess -- and so is the legal situation around it being emptied, an official with the city attorney’s office said.
Cafe Flora turns 25
Cafe Flora, a vegetarian restaurant at 2901 E. Madison St., celebrates its 25th anniversary on Oct. 2.
Educator Greg Tang schooled Seattle parents over the summer
Community highlights from the McGilvra PTA and Madrona
Food for housing at Omnivorous
Capitol Hill Housing will host its sixth annual Omnivorous food event at the end of this month, on Sept. 29. The event will take place 5:30 p.m. at Summit on Pike, 420 E. Pike St.
Madison Park Art Walk opens
The Madison Park Art Walk returned this month, featuring dozens of artists who will display their work in local businesses along the East Madison Street commercial corridor.
When guns harm 'the other'
Danni Askini was one of several participants in an Aug. 11 panel on hate and gun violence hosted by Gay City on Capitol Hill.
Police believe man scaled office's second-floor patio to steal iPad | Police Notes
The following are selected reports from the Seattle Police Department. They represent the officers’ accounts of the events described.
Soma Smoothie bike stolen from garage
Burglar makes his way through the dog door
Jewelry theft on East Crockett Street | POLICE NOTES, May 6-14
POLICE NOTES | May 2016
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POLICE NOTES | December 2015
POLICE NOTES | November 2015
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