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  • Community Weighs In On 30-Percent Madison BRT Design
    One of five city corridors identified for priority implementation in Seattle’s Transit Master Plan, the Madison BRT project will create a mix of exclusive and semi-exclusive transit lanes on Madison, from First Avenue to Martin Luther King Jr. Way, while also putting in new stations and making bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure improvements.
  • Madison Valley shooting victim identified
    Fifty-one-year-old Trina Bolar was found dead by Seattle Fire personnel who were called to her home in the 2800 block of E. Arthur Place following a report of a shooting.
  • McGilvra crossing gets top priority from district council

    The East District Neighborhood Council has recommended funding for improvements to the intersection of East Madison Street and East McGilvra Boulevard — and made it a top priority.


  • O’Toole alleges ‘outright lies’ in Elias lawsuit

    In July 2015, satirical news website The Onion, responding to a run of publicized police slayings of black men in the U.S., published an article bearing the title “Black Man Bids Tearful Goodbye To Family Before Daily Commute.”

     
  • Mayor cuts off neighborhood district councils
    Mayor Ed Murray’s July 13 executive decision to cut the city’s relationship with the 13 district councils that have been representing Seattle neighborhoods for nearly three decades isn’t sitting well with everyone — particularly longtime district council members.
  • Woman's body found in home after shooting on East Arthur Place
    Police and medics responded to an assault with a deadly weapon on East Arthur Place in Madison Valley shortly after 9:20 a.m. Tuesday morning.
  • State Superintendent Dorn sues Seattle Public Schools, six others
    Randy Dorn and communications staff said the lawsuit was another step in his office's attempts to force the state Legislature to fulfill its funding obligations to basic education in Washington state.
  • Community Corner is a feature consisting of submissions from neighborhood community councils and other local organizations. To submit on behalf of your group, contact editor Daniel Nash at MPTimes@nwlink.com.
  • McGilvra Elementary PTA thanks community
    Community Corner is a feature consisting of submissions from neighborhood community councils and other local organizations. To submit on behalf of your group, contact editor Daniel Nash at MPTimes@nwlink.com.
  • Public Safety officials visit Madison Park

    Community Corner is a feature consisting of submissions from neighborhood community councils and other local organizations. To submit on behalf of your group, contact editor Daniel Nash at MPTimes@nwlink.com.


  • Violence Support Team connects domestic abuse survivors to resources
    In a unique partnership between Seattle residents and police, the Victim Support Team provides food, resources, temporary child care and transportation to a safe location after an abusive event has taken place. 
  • The Sound Transit board voted unanimously June 23 to pass the final ST3 public transportation package and place it on the ballot in November, eliciting cheers from audience members who supported the plan -- as well as groans from red-shirted critics.
  • How to survive 'the big one'
    When a major disaster happens, it might not be surprising if salvation comes from an unexpected place — unusual times make for unusual circumstances. Still, it might raise an eyebrow to learn salvation is in a Knaack hardware box next to the public tennis court.
  • From warriors to guardians
    On June 23, Rahr visited with the East Precinct Advisory Council to discuss how the state’s approach to officer training and police work had changed since 2012.
  • City People's employees ask for community's help finding new location
    In an open letter that went out to subscribers of the store’s e-newsletter June 16, Jose Gonzales and Alison Greene asked for the community’s help finding a new home for City People’s.
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