It isn’t a lack of money, but how the agency is directed by the Legislature to spend it, says deputy director.
Washington is among 13 states invited to take part in a pilot program by the IRS for a free tax-filing program next year.
The campaign, which runs through Dec. 31, has a roster of partners that includes figures in the music industry.
The energy and vibe of Madison Park is back. Neighbors are emerging after close to three years of hunkering down with Covid. Restaurants and bars are full again, shops are thriving, block parties are back, the beach has been humming this summer and the parks ringing with the sounds of children on the playground, tennis balls pinging and dogs in the park.
The Seattle Police Foundation is excited to launch its inaugural Sponsor-a-Horse fundraiser, benefiting the Seattle Police Department’s iconic Mounted Patrol Unit.
The plant world is quirky. The gotta-have-it plant of two decades ago is now hortus non grata.
There are so many distractions these days: entertainment, socializing, taking classes-working-shopping online, it is amazing we of the “Silent Generation” got by on just the radio. (1)
The Washington Park Arboretum is hosting a free public event on Sunday, Sept. 24.
Despite an extensive rehabilitation, the organization's 77-year-old building suffers from significant issues.
The partnership's goal is to complete the project by the time Seattle hosts games in the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
Earthquake preparation always seems like something to do “when I find time”. Because most of us have far more pressing squeaky wheels demanding attention, it’s easy to put off planning for something that’s hard to wrap one’s head around.
Public input will help shape the design and use of the 28-acre North End parcel