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  • Arboretum and Jane
    Jane Stonecipher took on the role of interim executive director for the Arboretum Foundation in August 2017. Now that Stonecipher has committed to the organization for the long-term, she has more time to focus on the organization’s multiple programs and projects in the works.
  • SDOT, Metro checking Madison BRT's 90-percent design
    SDOT has confidence it will be able to start its long-awaited Madison Street Bus Rapid Transit project next spring, and is now checking its 90-percent design with the community.
  • Lake Washington teeming with Fat Salmon
    Competitors in the 20th Fat Salmon Swim reported warmer waters in Lake Washington during this year’s 3.2-mile trek from Day Street Park to Madison Park Beach on Saturday, July 13.
  • Madison Park antique shop specializes in decorative art
    Elizabeth Rummage has a penchant for 18th- and 19th-century design, which is on display at her new Madison Park antique shop, all items carefully curated and held to a simple standard: Would she put them in her home?
  • Police investigating two deaths at Parkshore
    Seattle Police are investigating the deaths of a couple found inside their apartment at Parkshore senior living community in Madison Park on Wednesday, July 10, as a murder/suicide.
    
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  • Arboretum and Jane
    Jane Stonecipher took on the role of interim executive director for the Arboretum Foundation in August 2017. Now that Stonecipher has committed to the organization for the long-term, she has more time to focus on the organization’s multiple programs and projects in the works.
  • Judge rules in favor of Save Madison Valley
    King County Superior Court Judge John Ruhl has changed his order to dismiss Save Madison Valley’s land-use petition, this time dismissing the case on the grounds the court lacks the authority to provide review at this time.

  • 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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