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  • Shelter guest facing charges for Bailey-Boushay House destruction
    A 33-year-old man who had been a guest of Bailey-Boushay House’s emergency shelter is facing burglary and malicious mischief charges after allegedly smashing several windows at the facility and assaulting staff when he was asked to leave on March 19.
  • Tom Skerritt keeping busy with Heyou Media

    Tom Skerritt is best known for his roles in such critically acclaimed Hollywood films as “Steel Magnolias,” “Alien,” “Top Gun” and “M*A*S*H.”
    But Hollywood has lost its imagination, he says, and that has meant many great stories just aren’t being told.

  • Madison Park residents getting prepared for big one
    Madison Park is one of several Seattle neighborhoods with an emergency communications hub, which is great for sharing information and connecting people with resources after a major disaster. But if the neighborhood is cut off from the rest of the city by a major earthquake, it will be up to residents to support each other for weeks and possibly months before outside help arrives.
  • After the storm
    It will still be some time before arborists have a full assessment of the damage caused to the trees and plant collection within the Washington State Arboretum during February’s major snowstorms and freezing temps.
  • Lost dog reunited with owners after seven years on the lam
    People living in Madrona had for years wondered where the blue heeler they saw running wild near the woods around the neighborhood had come from. It was sweet, but never let anyone near, and its early morning barking rattled more than a few residents. Seven years after Bonnie ran away from her owners, that mystery is solved and the dog is back home.
    
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  • WSDOT releases Montlake Market survey results

    It is feasible to preserve the Montlake Market and still reconfigure Montlake Boulevard during the next phase of the SR 520 Bridge Replacement and HOV Program, but it will add millions to the project. Whether public opinion captured in a community survey conducted by WSDOT will sway the transportation department or fuel another push in Olympia to spare the neighborhood market from the wrecking ball remains to be seen.

  • Tom Skerritt keeping busy with Heyou Media

    Tom Skerritt is best known for his roles in such critically acclaimed Hollywood films as “Steel Magnolias,” “Alien,” “Top Gun” and “M*A*S*H.”
    But Hollywood has lost its imagination, he says, and that has meant many great stories just aren’t being told.


  • 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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