Newspaper Article Archive of
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Couple in their 70s injured in suspected road rage shooting in West Seattle Dec 17, 2020
Dropping temperatures and rising COVID cases lead to a spherical solution for Ballard restaurant San Fermo Dec 14, 2020
The Phoenecia, a classic dinner house opens for take-out lunch Dec 11, 2020
Historic stone cottage in West Seattle facing demolition; Group hopes to preserve and move it to new home Dec 11, 2020
West Seattle low bridge enforcement cameras are being installed; $75 fine will result if you cross illegally Dec 10, 2020
How does a small restaurant survive in a Pandemic? Locöl reinvents and looks for support Dec 9, 2020
Historic stone cottage in West Seattle facing demolition; Group hopes to preserve and move it to new home Dec 9, 2020
Nucor Steel does it again; More than $22,000 donated to West Seattle Food Bank Dec 8, 2020
Dramatic spike in car theft happening on the westside says SPD Dec 7, 2020
Five story 132 "sleeping room" apartment coming to 15th NW in Ballard Dec 7, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders Dec 5, 2020
Junction Hometown Holidays Virtual Tree Lighting is Saturday, December 5th Dec 4, 2020
UPDATE: West Seattle Water Taxi service canceled Friday afternoon, Dec. 4 due to dock changes Dec 4, 2020
UPDATE: West Seattle Water Taxi service canceled Friday afternoon, Dec. 4 Dec 4, 2020
5 story 77 unit apartment bldg. proposed for 9200 block of 20th SW; No parking Dec 3, 2020
SeaTac shooting suspect charged with 2nd degree murder after victim dies; Now held on $2 million bail Dec 2, 2020
West Seattle Water Taxi service canceled Friday afternoon, Dec. 4 Dec 2, 2020
Alki shooting suspect now held on $500,000 bail Dec 1, 2020
Man shot near Alki is in critical condition; Suspect arrested Nov 29, 2020
Menashe lights will be 10% of normal due to Covid-19 this year Nov 29, 2020
Suspect in SeaTac shooting held on $300,000 bail Nov 25, 2020
UPDATE: COVID-19 comes back to Providence Mt. St Vincent; Death total rises to four Nov 24, 2020
How does a small restaurant survive in a Pandemic? Locöl reinvents and looks for support Nov 24, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders Nov 23, 2020
COVID-19 comes back to Providence Mt. St Vincent taking 3 lives Nov 22, 2020
How does a small restaurant survive in a Pandemic? Locöl reinvents and looks for support Nov 20, 2020
West Seattle Bridge will be repaired; Traffic back in Mid 2022 says Mayor Durkan Nov 18, 2020
Man seriously wounded in West Seattle shooting Nov 18, 2020
Choices down to two for the West Seattle Bridge; 'Rapid Replacement' or repair; Tunnel is rejected Nov 16, 2020
Kim Sheridan retiring after 42 years with Fauntleroy Children's Center; Here's a way to honor her Nov 16, 2020
Salty's on Alki responds to new restaurant restrictions Nov 15, 2020
SDOT update on West Seattle Bridge stabilization and Mayoral visit Nov 13, 2020
Camp Second Chance is hoping you'll help with some needed items Nov 12, 2020
West Seattle icon Dick Barnecut has passed away Nov 12, 2020
Covid-19 shutters West Seattle Food Bank; Positive test on Nov.12 leads to temporary closure Nov 12, 2020
Increased student meal distribution at Seattle Public Schools Nov 10, 2020
Southwest Seattle Historical Society’s 2020 Digital Auction and Champagne Gala set for Dec.1 through 4 Nov 10, 2020
SDOT presents West Seattle Bridge options to Seattle City Council Nov 9, 2020
Ruth Bader Ginsburg gets the Graves Hansen treatment in the Admiral District Nov 2, 2020
Ruth Bader Ginsburg get the Graves Hansen treatment in the Admiral District Nov 2, 2020
SDOT updates stabilization work on West Seattle Bridge Oct 30, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders Oct 28, 2020
West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force offers mixed advice in conversation with Mayor Durkan Oct 28, 2020
Salty's on Alki pivots in the pandemic to redefine winter dining Oct 28, 2020
Salty's on Alki pivots in the pandemic to redefine fine dining Oct 28, 2020
Fire spreads from porch to house on 41st SW; No one injured Oct 28, 2020
A baby sister or brother is on the way for gorilla Yola at Woodland Park Zoo Oct 26, 2020
Two men rob marijuana store in Ballard at gunpoint Oct 22, 2020
Cost Benefit Analysis on West Seattle Bridge points toward repair or super structure replacement Oct 20, 2020
'Zoo to You' offers fun learning for kids at home Oct 19, 2020
SDOT throws a surprise wrinkle into the West Seattle Bridge decision Oct 16, 2020
Admiral Theater reopens Oct. 16 but expect changes Oct 15, 2020
UPDATE: High winds knock out power for West Seattle and Three Tree Point now mostly restored Oct 14, 2020
High winds knock out power for West Seattle and Three Tree Point Oct 13, 2020
Ten new traffic signal box artworks installed across Burien Oct 12, 2020
Admiral Theater reopens Oct. 16 but expect changes Oct 11, 2020
Mark your calendars for 10 days of Junction Harvest Fest Oct. 21-31 Oct 10, 2020
West Seattle Outdoor Movie is a first for the Chamber Oct. 16 Oct 9, 2020
Ross stores confirms Spring 2021 opening in Westwood Village Oct 7, 2020
Bartell Drugs being sold to Rite Aid Oct 7, 2020
West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force meeting takes the next to last step in decision process Oct 7, 2020
Shootings at West Seattle house party send two to hospital Oct 5, 2020
Seattle Police seek help in locating Stephen J. Abrahamson in vehicular homicide in West Seattle Oct 1, 2020
Town Hall Meeting with District 1 Councilmember Lisa Herbold Sep 30, 2020
Water Taxi fares resume Oct 1 Sep 30, 2020
Mark your calendars for 10 days of Junction Harvest Fest Oct. 21-31 Sep 29, 2020
West Seattle Outdoor Movie is a first for the Chamber Oct. 9 Sep 26, 2020
Noble Barton restaurant in White Center closes Sep 24, 2020
Power outages for nearly 800 affect Highland Park area Sep 24, 2020
“Bold Grace”, BAT Theatre’s Shelter-in-Place second season kicks off with a grand adventure Sep 23, 2020
Woodland Park Zoo’s adorable 7-month-old joey just got her name! Sep 21, 2020
Land use application filed for 77 unit apartment building; Parking for 36 on 42nd SW Sep 21, 2020
Glendal Tautua’s Bonnie In Greenwood Is Straight Outta’ White Center Sep 18, 2020
Early Design Guidance meeting set for Oct. 1 on 5-story, 71-unit apartment building with retail on Delridge Way SW Sep 17, 2020
OP-ED: Mayor Durkan please repair the West Seattle Bridge Sep 16, 2020
Nyak G. Nyak charged with First Degree Robbery in Uber driver assault in Ballard Sep 14, 2020
Smoke hanging on over our area; Air Quality Index Very Unhealthy Sep 14, 2020
Seattle Parks closed due to poor air conditions; Statewide air quality alert extends through the weekend Sep 11, 2020
"Super Massive" smoke plume hovering menacingly over southwest WA, biding its time Sep 10, 2020
Amid talk of earlier restoration, West Seattle Bridge Task Force looks at risk management Sep 9, 2020
Michael Lee Dudley arraigned in King County; Charged with two counts of 2nd degree murder, he plead not guilty Sep 8, 2020
4-story, 56-unit apartment bldg coming to 4800 40th SW Sep 8, 2020
4-story, 56-unit apartment bldg coming to 4800 40th SW. Sep 8, 2020
Air quality to get unhealthy overnight as smoke pours into our area Sep 7, 2020
Many Seattle parks are closed for Labor Day Sep 7, 2020
Stabilization work continues on West Seattle Bridge; Epoxy injections will continue Sep 4, 2020
Major E-Scooter company 'Spin' joining White Center pilot project Sep 4, 2020
Seawolf class nuclear attack submarine comes home to Bremerton Sep 3, 2020
Orcas do a "swim by" off the shores of West Seattle Aug 30, 2020
Georgie Bright Kunkel hits 100 'Still running' Aug 29, 2020
Experience the magic of West Seattle video touts the area's many blessings Aug 28, 2020
UPDATE: Now it's a hit and run vehicular homicide; Police seeking public's help Aug 26, 2020
Michael Lee Dudley charged with two counts of murder in the second degree Aug 24, 2020
Three cranes leaving Terminal 5 to make way for new Super Post Panamax Aug 23, 2020
Wanted convicted felon Christopher King suspected of two smash-and-grab jewelry store heists Aug 23, 2020
Double murder suspect was possibly more than violent; He was also accused of a decade of sexual assault by his daughter Aug 22, 2020
Free citywide COVID 19 testing at Chief Sealth High School starts Aug. 28; Pre-registration required Aug 20, 2020
62 year old man arrested in connection with human remains found in West Seattle Aug 20, 2020
Community Task Force Meeting 7 focuses on dialog with Mayor Durkan and Reconnect West Seattle survey results Aug 19, 2020
SDOT selects HNTB to design the West Seattle Bridge replacement Aug 18, 2020
King County Sheriff's Internal Investigation's Unit shares data from last five years Aug 18, 2020
Summer lightning flashes Seattle Aug 17, 2020
Burglary suspect arrested in West Seattle after he leaves behind his own wallet Aug 15, 2020
Lime Scooters now available in North Highline for a buck to unlock and 36 cents a minute Aug 15, 2020
Lime Scooters now available in North Highline for a buck to unlock and 36 cents a mile Aug 15, 2020
Bamboo Circle E-Celebration will support the Seattle Chinese Garden Aug. 20-27 Aug 14, 2020
Alki Pump Station 38 improvements project will bring map inspired art to the beach Aug 14, 2020
UPDATE: Power outage in White Center and Highland Park now resolved Aug 13, 2020
Power outage in White Center and Highland Park affects more than 3600 Aug 13, 2020
Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best resigns after 28 years with the department Aug 11, 2020
Seattle City Council votes to cut Police budget; Creates new department of Community Safety Aug 10, 2020
UPDATE: First night of early Alki beach closure without incident; Now on pause pending City Council approval Aug 7, 2020
SPD & Parks Alki Beach patrol on pause awaiting City Council approval on funding Aug 7, 2020
First night of early Alki beach closure without incident Aug 6, 2020
Cost benefit analysis on repair/replace of West Seattle Bridge discussed in Task Force meeting Aug 5, 2020
Alki Beach and Don Armeni Boat Launch to be closed at night Thursdays through Sundays Aug 5, 2020
Metro transit plan includes updates for Water Taxi, Shuttle, C Line, Service from Admiral District Aug 4, 2020
Fire destroys condo unit on 25th SW near Westwood Village Aug 2, 2020
No Christmas ship visits this year; Argosy Cruises shutters for 2020 Aug 2, 2020
The last Southwest Precinct Commander? Captain Kevin Grossman shares his views Aug 1, 2020
Seattle Police now posting Significant Incident Reports online Jul 31, 2020
The last Southwest Precinct Commander? Captain Kevin Grossman shares his views Jul 30, 2020
Container shipper Matson will pull out of Terminal 5 in September Jul 30, 2020
Work platforms on West Seattle Bridge will remain for three months as work proceeds Jul 27, 2020
New Shaping Seattle Map for finding land use and construction permits Jul 27, 2020
Alki Lumber and Jim Sweeney's vision for the future will be made real Jul 24, 2020
SW Precinct boarded up as a precaution against protestors; Chief Best sends letter detailing loss of non lethal tools Jul 24, 2020
Multiple options offered on repair or replace of West Seattle Bridge; No full travel capacity till at latest 2026, no ITT tunnel being studied Jul 22, 2020
Multiple options offered on repair or replace of West Seattle Bridge; No full travel capacity at latest 2026, no ITT tunnel being studied Jul 22, 2020
SDOT answers questions about the work platforms on the West Seattle Bridge Jul 21, 2020
Do you know these men? They pulled a smash and grab robbery at Wyatt's Jewelers in Westwood Village Jul 20, 2020
Work platforms are up for repairs to the West Seattle Bridge; Carbon fiber wraps and post tensioned steel to be added Jul 20, 2020
Mayor Durkan declares City Emergency for West Seattle Bridge; Action provides access to state and federal funding Jul 16, 2020
Free masks for Burien residents to help reduce spread of COVID-19 Jul 15, 2020
Questions about the West Seattle Bridge failure we should be asking; An independent forensic engineering study is necessary Jul 13, 2020
SDOT working hard to "Reconnect West Seattle"; New website aims to make getting around easier Jul 9, 2020
Fire victims need your help; Fireworks destroyed her home in July 4 apartment fire Jul 8, 2020
Fire destroys former Yarington's Funeral Home in White Center Jul 8, 2020
Family of murder victim seeking answers with GoFundMe page; Seeking to raise $10,000 for a reward Jul 6, 2020
REMINDER for Burien: Fines for fireworks start at $500 and go to $5000 Jul 4, 2020
Orcas with calves thrill with visit off Alki Beach Jul 3, 2020
What is it like to own a restaurant during a pandemic? The Westy Sports and Spirits has a story to tell Jul 2, 2020
#SayTheirNamesMemorial goes up on Harbor Ave to honor black lives lost to brutality Jun 30, 2020
He’s a big man in a little sport Jun 29, 2020
Salty's on Alki set to reopen July 2; West Seattle's biggest restaurant returns after 108 days Jun 27, 2020
Short term repair plans detailed in third West Seattle Bridge meeting; Carbon fiber wraps on girders and more steel will strengthen damaged span Jun 24, 2020
Mod Pizza will open in Westwood Vilage June 30 Jun 23, 2020
West Seattle tunnel webinar set for Thursday morning; Sponsored by Washington Business Alliance Jun 21, 2020
Captain Pierre Davis, leader of the SPD SW Precinct is moving to a new assignment Jun 19, 2020
T-Shirt design contest launched to boost West Seattle community building Jun 18, 2020
West Seattle Bridge can be repaired but SDOT has not yet reached their decision Jun 17, 2020
King County Sheriff posts Use of Force dashboard Jun 13, 2020
USI commissary kitchen is where West Seattle food dreams come true Jun 12, 2020
Marchers fill the streets of White Center for Black Lives Matter Jun 10, 2020
Black Lives Matter protests produce huge turnout Jun 6, 2020
Protests on the westside gain supporters and stay peaceful Jun 5, 2020
Mulitple black lives marches and protests set for Friday and Saturday Jun 4, 2020
March for Black Lives set for Saturday at 12:30; Another protest starts at 2pm in the junction; Friday march will be at 4pm Jun 4, 2020
March for Black Lives set for Saturday at 12:30; Friday march will be at 4pm Jun 4, 2020
March for Black Lives set for Saturday at 12:30; Friday march Jun 4, 2020
March for Black Lives set for Saturday at 12:30 Jun 4, 2020
West Seattle sees protests and preparations Jun 2, 2020
Why not a Duwamish tunnel? 20 questions answered May 30, 2020
Herbold: Low Bridge closures for maintenance and traffic updates May 29, 2020
SDOT working a variety of measures since the bridge closure, on the bridge, on traffic and more May 28, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders May 27, 2020
Local food banks face growing need, changing operations amid coronavirus impact May 26, 2020
Burien City Council votes to demolish the Annex; It will be removed starting Aug. 1 May 24, 2020
Herbold: Highland Park Way/SW Holden safety project update; Take the survey May 23, 2020
Brookdale Senior Living shows off "quilt" for Virtual West Seattle Art Walk May 21, 2020
West Seattle High-Rise Bridge engineers prepare for everything by considering worst-case scenarios May 18, 2020
Westsider of the Year is Mary Anne DeVry as Westside Awards are announced May 18, 2020
44 unit efficiency apartment building proposed for Yancy Street SW; No parking proposed May 18, 2020
Coast Guard training off West Seattle keeps skills sharp May 17, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders May 15, 2020
Repair, remediate, replace: What’s been done and what are the options for West Seattle and the bridge? May 15, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders May 13, 2020
The farm is on the wall at the Live Butcher in White Center May 13, 2020
Intelligent monitoring system on West Seattle High-Rise Bridge nearly operational May 13, 2020
Intelligent monitoring system on West Seattle High-Rise Bridge now operational May 13, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders May 11, 2020
People turn to pawn shops for gold, household items May 11, 2020
To whom is this street closed? May 9, 2020
Get your paddle on! Alki Kayak Tours named as a Phase One re-opening business May 5, 2020
West Seattle Bridge Interagency Task Force prepares unified response in case of emergency May 5, 2020
Burglar bested by bottle of brandy May 4, 2020
Seven story, 47 unit live work apartment project moves ahead for 20th NW in Ballard May 4, 2020
Quick and healthy meals when stuck at home during Covid-19 May 3, 2020
West Seattle Farmers Market to re-open Sunday; But be prepared for changes May 1, 2020
SDOT chooses Kraemer North America as stabilization contractor for Pier 18 on West Seattle Bridge Apr 30, 2020
Reminder: 35th SW is now 25 mph as part of Seattle's Vision Zero program Apr 26, 2020
OP-ED: The bridge is history; It's time for an Immersed Tube Tunnel Apr 24, 2020
Delridge Way SW, Chelan Ave SW, and W Marginal Way SW intersection getting new bus lane and other changes Apr 24, 2020
Digital Town Hall on West Seattle Bridge draws more than 1800 viewers; 1000 questions were submitted Apr 22, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders Apr 21, 2020
West Seattle Bridge Digital Town Hall set for Wednesday with SDOT Apr 21, 2020
Contingency plans being made in case West Seattle Bridge fails; Low bridge would close if failure was imminent Apr 21, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders Apr 18, 2020
West Seattle Summerfest cancelled; First time in 38 years Apr 17, 2020
Number of people diagnosed with Covid-19 at Mt. St. Vincent jumps from one to 25 Apr 16, 2020
Number of Covid-19 patients at Mt. St. Vincent jumps from one to 25 Apr 16, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders Apr 16, 2020
West Seattle Bridge will remain closed through 2021; Shoring and potential repair costs to exceed $33 million Apr 15, 2020
West Seattle Junction Association lights up the tree for healthcare workers Apr 15, 2020
SCCInsight: West Seattle Bridge inspection reports shed light on issues and response Apr 13, 2020
15 largest parks and beaches closed for the weekend by Mayor Durkan; Alki, West Seattle Stadium, Lincoln Park, Golden Gardens included Apr 11, 2020
15 largest parks and beaches closed for the weekend by Mayor Durkan; Alki, West Seattle Stadium, Golden Gardens included Apr 11, 2020
Fire destroys new construction in Admiral District Apr 11, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders Apr 10, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders Apr 9, 2020
UPDATE: SDOT still working on solutions for both West Seattle Bridges Apr 8, 2020
Sunset of the week 4-06-20 Apr 6, 2020
UPDATE: West Seattle restaurateurs come together to feed those in need Apr 5, 2020
UPDATE: SDOT still working on solutions for both West Seattle Bridges Apr 3, 2020
SDOT still working on solutions for both West Seattle Bridges Apr 2, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders Apr 1, 2020
City Council briefed on West Seattle Bridge closure, repair plans and timing Mar 31, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders Mar 30, 2020
West Seattle restaurateurs come together to feed those in need Mar 30, 2020
City Council briefed on West Seattle Bridge closure, repair plans and timing Mar 30, 2020
King County shares Covid-19 dashboard Mar 27, 2020
UPDATE: West Seattle Covid Recovers website is launched to coordinate local assistance efforts Mar 26, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders Mar 26, 2020
King County shares Covid-19 dashboard Mar 26, 2020
How SDOT caught the West Seattle bridge deterioration Mar 26, 2020
Herbold: West Seattle Bridge closure Mar 26, 2020
Alki, Golden Gardens, and eight other beaches and parking areas closed Mar 25, 2020
School of Rock West Seattle launches remote learning program Mar 24, 2020
West Seattle Covid Recovers website is launched to coordinate local assistance efforts Mar 23, 2020
West Seattle Bridge to close indefinitely; Cracks at attachment points and elsewhere must be repaired Mar 23, 2020
West Seattle Bridge to close indefinitely; Cracks at attachment points must be repaired Mar 23, 2020
The business of heartbreak: How some local businesses are coping with the pandemic Mar 23, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders Mar 21, 2020
Who is open? Local restaurants offering delivery or to-go orders Mar 20, 2020
Who is open? Restaurants forced to switch to delivery or to-go orders only Mar 20, 2020
Who is open? Restaurants forced to switch to delivery or to-go orders only Mar 19, 2020
Who is open? Restaurants forced to switch to delivery or to-go orders only Mar 16, 2020
Meals to go program gets underway at Seattle Public Schools during pandemic Mar 16, 2020
Pantry provides space around table for people of all backgrounds Mar 16, 2020
Chuck Bowden keeps on going and deals daily with kidney disease Mar 16, 2020
Seven story, 200-unit apartment proposed for 85th and 15th NW; Early design guidance meeting set for April 6 Mar 16, 2020
Inslee orders all bars and restaurants closed as of March 16; Take out and delivery still permitted Mar 15, 2020
West Seattle Farmers Market shut down till at least April 13 Mar 13, 2020
Inslee: School closures extended to April 24; Pick up meals will still be provided by both districts Mar 12, 2020
Land Use Application filed for Lam Bow Apartment expansion Mar 12, 2020
County says White Center quarantine site won't be active for the next two weeks Mar 12, 2020
West Seattle Junction businesses respond to coronavirus: the WSJA list Mar 10, 2020
Burien declares state of emergency for Covid-19 Mar 9, 2020
UPDATE: Ballard High School Xanadu musical postponed until May Mar 9, 2020
A little bit of Grace at the airport Mar 9, 2020
Peace of mind in sixty seconds - 1 minute Tai Chi at Knowing the Spring Courtyard Mar 7, 2020
Virtual community briefing on COVID-19 by King County answers questions Mar 6, 2020
King County and Seattle Public Health share facts and data on coronavirus Mar 5, 2020
King County begins installing Coronavirus quarantine units near Top Hat Mar 4, 2020
Ballard High School Playmakers Break Out Their Legwarmers for Xanadu  Mar 2, 2020
Herbold: Delridge Way SW – RapidRide H Line Project: SDOT final report Mar 2, 2020
Six Corona Virus deaths in Washington state, King County declares emergency; First case on Westside reported Mar 2, 2020
Kennedy High School President, Mike Prato put on leave of absence following protests Feb 25, 2020
Kennedy High School President, Mike Prato put on leave of absence folowing protests Feb 25, 2020
Spying on the Enemy: a private detective tells his story Feb 25, 2020
The Lee Side- Who wears the pants? Feb 24, 2020
Michael King named as new Exec. Dir for Southwest Seattle Historical Society Feb 24, 2020
Youth Employment Program application period is now open Feb 22, 2020
Herbold: Roxhill Bog update Feb 15, 2020
Design review meeting for 8 story, 143 unit apartment building set for March 5 Feb 13, 2020
Sheriff's office offers update on Bob’s Burgers incident in SeaTac Feb 11, 2020
Herbold: Permanent bus pathway to open for West Seattle/Downtown Buses Feb 10, 2020
Seattle Police recruiting volunteers for the Victim Support Team Feb 10, 2020
Third Annual Alki Oyster Fest on Alki Beach Sunday Feb. 16 Feb 10, 2020
Stolen tools seen online lead to arrests Feb 8, 2020
King County Water Taxi sets ridership record with more than 700,000 boardings in 2019 Feb 5, 2020
El Catrin continues a tradition of flavor; Velazquez family create authentic Mexican food in White Center Feb 4, 2020
Animals celebrate Valentine’s Day the wild way on February 8 at Woodland Park Zoo Feb 3, 2020
UPDATE: Man shot in head at Alki Beach; Fight led to shooting but injuries non life threatening Feb 2, 2020
Man shot in head at Alki Beach; Fight led to shooting but injuries non life threatening Feb 2, 2020
Morgan Herzog, owner of Beer Junction has passed away Jan 31, 2020
Westy Sports and Spirits named one of the 50 best sports bars in the nation Jan 29, 2020
Controversial wood sculpture destroyed in car crash Jan 29, 2020
Alki Chicken & Waffles to merge with "It's BBQ Time" re-opening Feb. 12 Jan 27, 2020
Detectives seize 28 pounds of heroin and other narcotics in FBI’s Safe Streets Task Force Jan 25, 2020
UPDATE: Gas spill at WS Golf course last week will result in security updates Jan 25, 2020
UPDATE: Gas spill at WS Golf course last week leaves unanswered questions Jan 25, 2020
Sheriff shares previously unreleased video of 2017 White Center homicide Jan 24, 2020
Gas spill at WS Golf course likely caused by vandalism in theft attempt Jan 18, 2020
Gas spill at WS Golf course likely caused by vandalism Jan 18, 2020
Community in Bloom fundraiser coming up for Westside Baby Jan 16, 2020
We love dogs, but we have leash laws for good reasons Jan 15, 2020
West Seattle philanthropist Adah Cruzen celebrated her 95th birthday Jan 11, 2020
Target store at Westwood Village to get a "refresh" remodel soon Jan 11, 2020
Handgun and narcotics seized in arrest of man slumped over in running vehicle Jan 9, 2020
Mod Pizza opening in Westwood Village; Aiming at end of March Jan 8, 2020
Mod Pizza opening in Westwood Village; Aiming at mid march Jan 8, 2020
Fraud and possibly other criminal activity led to closure of West Seattle licensing agency Jan 8, 2020
Fraud and possibly other criminal activity led to closure of West Seattle licensing agency Jan 6, 2020
What can be done to fix the damaged roads? SDOT and Metro respond Jan 3, 2020
Many take the Polar Plunge at Three Tree Point Jan. 1 Jan 2, 2020
2019 going out on a windy note; National Weather Service issues a Wind Advisory Dec 31, 2019
Local options for New Years Eve in West Seattle make staying close a great option Dec 27, 2019
Harvard President Larry Bacow to visit Highline High School Dec 27, 2019
Mail truck stolen in West Seattle Dec 24, 2019
The healing of two hearts led to making a new one Dec 20, 2019
Early Design Guidance Review meeting set for 5 story 93 unit assisted living bullding in Ballard Jan 6 Dec 19, 2019
UPDATE: Eleven people hurt, 2 year old is now improving, after van smashes into Burien Ross Dec 18, 2019
UPDATE: Eleven people hurt, 2 year old still in critical condition, after van smashes into Burien Ross Dec 17, 2019
UPDATE: Eleven people hurt, 2 still in critical condition, after van smashes into Burien Ross Dec 17, 2019
Eleven people hurt, 3 in critical condition, after van smashes into Burien Ross Dec 17, 2019
Gone for 23 years the Gai Family Christmas display is back Dec 16, 2019
Olympic Manor lights are bright and beautiful near Ballard Dec 15, 2019
White Center gets its tree lit! Annual celebration honored the late Tommy Martin Dec 14, 2019
Detectives arrest two in a series of armed robberies Dec 13, 2019
UPDATE: Amber Alert cancelled for children taken from West Seattle home: Vehicle found and suspects now released Dec 10, 2019
UPDATE: Amber Alert issued for children taken from West Seattle home: Vehicle found and suspect in custody Dec 10, 2019
Amber Alert issued for children taken from West Seattle home: Nicholas and Crystal Lane Antoine are being sought Dec 10, 2019
Mayor Durkan proposes major actions to achieve Vision Zero goals and increase traffic safety  Dec 10, 2019
Burien Annex closes due to structural deficiencies Dec 9, 2019
Port of Seattle Commission approves Miller Creek restoration and portable noise monitors Dec 9, 2019
West Seattle Junction Tree Lighting set for Dec. 7 Dec 5, 2019
UPDATE: Investigation underway after man is shot in West Seattle; Suspect video is released Dec 3, 2019
Investigation underway after man is shot in West Seattle Dec 3, 2019
Empty Stage Theatre Company Presents PLAID TIDINGS Dec 2, 2019
Christmas ships visit the Westside multiple times this season Nov 29, 2019
Menashe home is spectacular this Christmas Nov 27, 2019
Pat's View: Gratitude Nov 27, 2019
The hidden costs of eating out Nov 25, 2019
Menashe family lights mark the holiday season truly getting underway Nov 21, 2019
Seahawk's CJ Prosise greets White Center Boys and Girls Club kids Nov 21, 2019
'West Seattle Lights' well known animated display end their ten year run Nov 18, 2019
No hotel for Burien, yet Nov 18, 2019
PCC Community Markets new Ballard location opened Nov. 13 Nov 12, 2019
PCC Community Markets new Ballard location opens Nov. 13 Nov 12, 2019
UPDATE: Election 2019- Herbold now the clear winner in District 1 City Council vote Nov 8, 2019
Cycle Therapy coming to Alki; Bike shop has models for the whole family Nov 8, 2019
UPDATE: Election 2019- Herbold extends her lead in District 1 Nov 7, 2019
UPDATE: Election 2019- In early returns Herbold leads in District 1 Nov 6, 2019
New Puget Sound Emergency Services tower installed near Myrtle Reservoir Nov 6, 2019
Election 2019: In early returns Herbold leads in District 1 Nov 5, 2019
Election 2019: In early returns Herbold leads in District 1, Initiative 976 losing Nov 5, 2019
WSHS presents A Few Good Men: Play debuts Nov. 7 Nov 4, 2019
Southwest Seattle Historical Society Gala Brunch raises money and music history awareness Nov 2, 2019
Seattle Police offer Halloween safety tips Oct 31, 2019
West Seattle Junction Hometown Holidays are ready to jump Oct 31, 2019
West Seattle Junction Hometown Holidays are ready to jump starting Nov. 8 Oct 31, 2019
Introducing a new feature column: Ask Amanda Knox Oct 28, 2019
West Seattle Junction Harvest Fest was a Halloween party and fall fun rolled into one Oct 27, 2019
Mayor Durkan, police and fire dept. leaders walk through the West Seattle Junction to talk about crime, homelessness and neighborhood concerns Oct 25, 2019
Burien Art Market set for Nov. 16 Oct 21, 2019
Port gathers diverse maritime interests to protect endangered orcas by reducing ship noise Oct 21, 2019
White Center sound studio owner Tommy Martin has died Oct 18, 2019
E-Scooters coming to North Highline; Many questions remain unanswered Oct 18, 2019
Tavel responds to Herbold charges of business closures and financial issues Oct 11, 2019
Herbold unloads on Tavel: Points to business closures, and unpaid taxes Oct 11, 2019
UPDATE: Seven story building in the Junction files land use application Oct 9, 2019
UPDATE: Fire on Market Street in Ballard burns out several businesses Oct 9, 2019
Whole Foods makes its long awaited debut in West Seattle Oct 8, 2019
Fire on Market Street in Ballard burns out several businesses Oct 7, 2019
Highline grad David Sabey reminisces about his school days Oct 7, 2019
Does your dog love free treats? Is Tom Salle a great guy? You know the answer to both questions Oct 6, 2019
West Seattle Eagles soaring to new heights as they consider their past and future Oct 4, 2019
Seattle CityClub hosts District 1 City Council debate on Oct. 10; Herbold and Tavel will face off Oct 2, 2019
PCC is back and bigger, better and the most environmentally friendly grocery store ever built Oct 2, 2019
PCC is back and bigger, better and the most enviornmentally friendly grocery store ever built Oct 2, 2019
UPDATE: Unicorn White Center looking at Fall 2020 opening; Big project has seen setbacks Oct 1, 2019
Paper Boat Booksellers is a change of direction for accomplished owners Oct 1, 2019
A taste of Spain Sep 30, 2019
Cupid, coffee and community coalesce at Burien Press Sep 30, 2019
Second closure of 35th Ave SW and SW Avalon Way intersection as soon as Oct. 4 Sep 28, 2019
Heroin, cocaine, meth, pills, gun and cash recovered in SPD bust in West Seattle Sep 27, 2019
After planting deep roots at West Seattle Nursery, Mark Smith is retiring Sep 26, 2019
Yes we publish a print edition! Here's where to find it in West Seattle! Sep 25, 2019
Final section of Alaskan Way Viaduct removed; The face of Seattle has changed Sep 23, 2019
The Phoenecia is back and better than ever; Beloved restaurant reopens in the West Seattle Junction Sep 21, 2019
Heroin, methamphetamine, and fentanyl discovered in search of West Seattle home Sep 20, 2019
West Seattle Junction area restricted parking zone goes into effect in early November Sep 19, 2019
Public can tour new Des Moines Elementary School Sept. 26 Sep 18, 2019
An Evergreen exchange student from Argentina looks back Sep 16, 2019
The Last Stand; Ballard P-Patch under threat Sep 16, 2019
Lady Jaye restaurant and smokehouse bar opens Sept. 18 in West Seattle Junction Sep 15, 2019
Body of Mt. Rainier High student Juan Carlos Guzman pulled from Green River Sep 14, 2019
PCC Community Market reopens in West Seattle in new store Oct. 2 Sep 12, 2019
Whole Foods West Seattle opens Oct. 9 Sep 12, 2019
In-custody death at King County Sheriff's Southwest Precinct Sep 11, 2019
Kids teased him because he stuttered; he learned to fight Sep 9, 2019
Kids teased him because he stuttered; he learned to fight Sep 9, 2019
UPDATE: Thunderstorm knocks out power; 1537 still without electricity Sep 8, 2019
The Delridge Grocery Co-op has signed a lease Sep 8, 2019
Arts a Glow turns into get out and go as lightning and thunder shut down Burien event Sep 7, 2019
Arts a Glow turns in to get out and go as lightning and thunder shut down Burien event Sep 7, 2019
Arts A Glow will light the Burien night Sept. 7 Sep 6, 2019
Second early design guidance meeting set for 8 story 76 unit mixed use project on Market Street Sep 5, 2019
Tow truck hijacked in Burien, suspect in custody Sep 3, 2019
Learn more about this West Seattle Bog! Sep 2, 2019
Reuben's Brews will celebrate seven years at their three Ballard locations Sept. 7 with an epic party Sep 2, 2019
Arts A Glow will light the Burien night Sept. 7 Aug 30, 2019
Show your West Seattle Pride; Get your own FREE Swag Bag this Saturday Aug 29, 2019
Snow emergencies will now mean free Metro Transit Aug 29, 2019
His car is a classic and a survivor just like him Aug 27, 2019
WSDOT announces a November start date for tolling the SR 99 tunnel in Seattle Aug 26, 2019
Students speak out for change, gun violence prevention Aug 26, 2019
UPDATE: Alki Chicken & Waffles finally set to open Aug. 27 Aug 24, 2019
UPDATE: Alki Chicken & Waffles finally set to open Aug. 26 Aug 24, 2019
Providence Mount St. Vincent Volunteer Fair is Aug. 29 Aug 19, 2019
Doris Richards: She was at the hub of business in West Seattle Aug 19, 2019
Colman Pool, a decades-old West Seattle destination, keeps guests coming back Aug 19, 2019
Seven story hotel proposed for NW Market street in Ballard; Site of Ballard Blossom Aug 15, 2019
Tree knocks out power and others threaten; City responds by removing the tree but what about the damage? Aug 13, 2019
UPDATE: 'Crepes are in my DNA' says Jacques Nawar as he opens Naked Crepe in West Seattle Aug 13, 2019
New and improved Water Taxi terminal debuts as regional passenger ferry network grows Aug 12, 2019
Growing up in and around White Center Aug 12, 2019
"Between the Lines: The Power and Parallels of the West Seattle Annexation" Aug 12, 2019
Delridge Day 2019 went off with only a little hitch; Morning rain didn't stop dedicated volunteers Aug 10, 2019
Delridge Day 2019 went off with only a little hitch Aug 10, 2019
Rolfing® is a kind of massage that means listening with your hands Aug 9, 2019
Rolfing is a kind of massage that means listening with your hands Aug 9, 2019
Election 2019: Herbold and Tavel are through to the primary; Dan Strauss leads in District 6, Library levy passing easily Aug 6, 2019
Night Out parties bring neighbors together Aug 6, 2019
Scott Lautman is not an Olympic swim champion Aug 5, 2019
MARGARET MIAULLIS IS 100! Aug 5, 2019
Investigation into officer involved shooting in Burien underway Jul 30, 2019
New Water Taxi facility opening on Aug. 12 after one week shutdown Jul 29, 2019
End of an era: Jan's Beauty Supply is closing after 36 years in the West Seattle Junction Jul 28, 2019
SWSHS is hosting Washington's Undiscovered Feminists for 'Words Writers & SouthWest Stories' on Aug 8 Jul 26, 2019
SWSHS is hosting Washington's' Undiscovered Feminists for 'Words Writers & SouthWest Stories' on Aug 8 Jul 26, 2019
Here are all the local candidates running in the Aug. 6 primary election Jul 22, 2019
White Center Parade caps off a happy Jubilee Days Jul 21, 2019
West Seattle Grand Parade featured Adah Cruzen and Carl Blake Jul 20, 2019
West Seattle Grand Parade is this Saturday July 20 Jul 18, 2019
Local crowds keep vendors coming back to West Seattle Summerfest Jul 17, 2019
White Center Jubilee Days will celebrate the community July 17-21 Jul 17, 2019
Second design review meeting on 7 story junction project is July 18 Jul 17, 2019
WSDOT: Behind the scenes of Alaskan Way Viaduct demolition Jul 16, 2019
Gun violence focus of groundbreaking public health summit July 16 & 17 Jul 16, 2019
Burien Actors Theatre is taking it to the parks with comedy “The Importance of Being Earnest” Jul 15, 2019
Alaska Airlines and Port celebrate Grand Opening of the first phase of the new North Satellite Jul 12, 2019
Make your plans: West Seattle Summer fest is this weekend July 12-14 Jul 10, 2019
Want to help work on the famous West Seattle Murals? You have your chance this weekend during summerfest Jul 10, 2019
Suspect arrested in murder at SeaTac Park; A case of mistaken identiy Jul 9, 2019
Pirates land and take over! County gives away key to Captain Kidd! Jul 6, 2019
Seafair Pirates land on Alki today to shiver your timbers! Jul 6, 2019
Fourth of July from West Seattle Jul 5, 2019
306 unit apartment development on Fauntleroy way finally underway; Demolition happening Jul 3, 2019
Suspect arrested in 2018 Alki stabbing death Jul 2, 2019
Increased patrols will enforce Firework rules throughout Fourth of July holiday Jul 2, 2019
West Seattle’s classiest baby shower Jul 1, 2019
Public meeting for the review of the design for Charlestown Street and 48th SW park Jun 27, 2019
Executive Constantine triples down on open space protection, takes action ensure greenspace access for all King County residents Jun 27, 2019
Mashiko is changing hands but not hearts; Founder Hajime Sato is leaving Jun 25, 2019
Think Green: Recycle event is set for Saturday in the Junction Jun 25, 2019
Fire at Edge Apartments does damage, dislocates some residents Jun 24, 2019
SDOT's Ballard Bridge Survey looking for answers Jun 23, 2019
Three people shot in White Center; They drove to Harborview and two remain in critical condition Jun 23, 2019
Ahead of July construction start, experts answer resident questions about Terminal 5 Jun 23, 2019
West Seattle Garden Tour will delight and amaze June 23 Jun 20, 2019
King County residents invited to give input on Airport Master Plan update Jun 18, 2019
Highline Heritage Museum now open Jun 18, 2019
West Seattle light rail extension update: ups, downs and everything in between Jun 17, 2019
South Seattle College celebrates 2019 graduating class  Jun 15, 2019
NW Seaport Alliance hosting Terminal 5 construction public meeting June 22 Jun 14, 2019
'Crepes are in my DNA' says Jacques Nawar as he opens Naked Crepe in West Seattle Jun 13, 2019
Pacific Room on Alki hopes to bring "Beach Bougie" dining to West Seattle Jun 11, 2019
Line-up announced for 20th Annual Arts in Nature Festival Jun 7, 2019
Burien Strawberry Days look to be berry fun June 15 and 16 Jun 4, 2019
Shooting outside Saars Market in White Center sends one to hospital Jun 4, 2019
​​​​​​​West Seattle Summer Fest announces 2019 band line-up May 31, 2019
Habit Burger opening in West Seattle on June 5 May 29, 2019
I'm just a "gear guy" or "Easy does it" May 28, 2019
Memorial Day robbery and assault in White Center ends in arrest May 28, 2019
What's in a name? May 21, 2019
Six times two for District 6 May 20, 2019
11th Grade Girls honored in STEM classes May 20, 2019
The flower baskets are up in the Junction; Floral displays will last all summer May 17, 2019
What event has lasted 500 weeks in West Seattle and raised a lot of money? May 16, 2019
Two people injured, power pole knocked out in rear end collision on 59th SW May 13, 2019
The Kindness Quotient May 13, 2019
Seattle Chinese Garden 2019 Peony and Bamboo Festival May 18-19 May 12, 2019
Your loud vehicle will now get you a ticket; Noise enforcement gets amped up May 11, 2019
Death in apartment on 35th SW results in HazMat investigation May 10, 2019
Amanda Knox will return to Italy for the first time this June May 8, 2019
New 'Welcome to West Seattle' sign unveiled May 8, 2019
SPD "Cop-i-Con" outreach event is May 18 on Airport Way May 8, 2019
Herbold: Elected Leadership Group recommendations for Light Rail EIS alternatives in West Seattle May 6, 2019
Evergreen High School Class of '69 50 year reunion set for Aug. 17 May 5, 2019
The Phoenecia is reopening, coming full circle back to the West Seattle Junction May 2, 2019
West Seattle Junction free parking needs to end; Everyone responsible agrees but who will control it? What about development? Apr 11, 2019
West Seattle Junction free parking needs to end; Everyone agrees but who will control it? What about development? Apr 11, 2019
King County’s Guardian One flying into an uncertain financial future Apr 10, 2019
Recovering the Southern Residents: lessons learned from other populations presentation on April 18 Apr 9, 2019
Man fatally shot in Burien, another man wounded; Two suspects still at large Apr 9, 2019
Man fatally shot in Burien, another man wounded; Three subjects being sought Apr 9, 2019
Seattle Parks will close Don Armeni Boat Ramp for eel grass survey on April 11 Apr 5, 2019
White Center community calls for answers after uptick in crime; Meeting with Deputy Sheriff set for April 11 Apr 1, 2019
West Seattle Transportation Coalition offers notes and comments on ST3 Mar 31, 2019
2019 Westside Award winners announced; Adah Cruzen named Westsider of the Year Mar 29, 2019
Lam Bow Apartments getting new 79 unit addition on Delridge Way SW Mar 29, 2019
Blood boils as West Seattle residents, businesses clash with Sound Transit on light rail options: tunnel vs. elevated rail Mar 28, 2019
Land use application now granted for new 7 story building in the Junction Mar 28, 2019
King County Sheriff offers update on anniversary date of 2018 double murder in Burien Mar 28, 2019
Seattle Parks and Recreation hosting free or low-cost egg hunts throughout the city in April Mar 28, 2019
Water Taxi will sail on special event schedule for SR 99 tunnel festivities Feb. 2 Jan 29, 2019
Podcast West Seattle paints an audio picture of the neighborhood Jan 29, 2019
Phil Tavel announces his bid for Seattle City Council Jan 29, 2019
Nepantla Cultural Arts Gallery opens in White Center; Grand Opening party is Feb. 2 Jan 28, 2019
Arrest made in White Center murder Jan 24, 2019
Sustainable Ballard presents A Plastic Ocean documentary Jan. 27 Jan 23, 2019
One woman dead, another injured in North Highline apartment fire Jan 22, 2019
Super Blood Wolf Moon put on a show during the eclipse Jan 20, 2019
Garage fire brings big response; No one hurt Jan 18, 2019
"We need your help to solve a murder"; Seattle Police release video on Alki stabbing death Jan 18, 2019
Bus and truck collision on 128thSW knocks out power; Minor injuries reported Jan 17, 2019
Bus and truck collision on 128thSW knocks out power; Minor injuries repoted Jan 17, 2019
Man shot to death near Steve Cox Park in White Center Jan 16, 2019
It’s the end of the road for the Alaskan Way Viaduct  Jan 11, 2019
Ballard Alliance to launch Ballard Brewery Passport program in conjunction with eleven Ballard breweries Jan 10, 2019
SWSHS announces departure of Jeff McCord as Executive Director Jan 8, 2019
WSDOT says Seattle’s SR 99 Tunnel: A safer place to be in an earthquake Jan 7, 2019
JUMP adds next generation bikes and expands Seattle service area in advance of SR 99 viaduct closure Jan 7, 2019
Winds knock out power across the region; Majority of outages fixed but some pockets are persistent Jan 6, 2019
Winds knock out power across the region; Burien hit hard and still out Jan 6, 2019
Wind Advisory issued; High winds expected Sunday Jan. 6 with possible gusts to 60 mph Jan 5, 2019
Wind Advisory issued; High winds expected Sunday Jan. 6 with gusts to 50 mph Jan 5, 2019
34th District lawmakers host Town Hall prior to 2019 session Jan 4, 2019
Viaduct closes forever Jan 11; WSDOT offers four videos to guide motorists Jan 3, 2019
High winds likely returning on Thursday; Gusts as high as 46mph predicted Jan 1, 2019
Alaskan Way Viaduct closure: With two weeks to go, how to ‘stay in the know’ Dec 27, 2018
140-guest room hotel and 100 units of multifamily housing coming to Burien Dec 24, 2018
Cultivating Community: A restaurant focused on family Dec 24, 2018
More than 4300 lose power in West Seattle; Some outages persist Dec 21, 2018
The National Weather Service issues high wind watch for Thursday; 60 mph gusts forecast Dec 20, 2018
The National Weather Service issues high wind watch for Thursday Dec 19, 2018
Lost in addiction, this dad found a new life for himself and his son Dec 17, 2018
Blowing Sands is the marriage of technology and art Dec 17, 2018
Power outages in West Seattle and Burien put people in the dark; pockets still persisting Dec 15, 2018
Power outages in West Seattle and Burien put people in the dark; pockets still persisting Dec 14, 2018
Power outages in West Seattle and Burien put people in the dark Dec 14, 2018
Sea-Tac Airport App, re-opened runway, increased security checkpoint efficiency help serve an expected three million guests Dec 13, 2018
Ballard Music’s free Winter concerts Dec. 18-20 featuring choral-orchestral masterwork, Handel’s Messiah Dec 10, 2018
The Kindness Quotient: Cultivating Community Dec 10, 2018
Mical D. Roberts wanted in murder investigation; Considered 'Armed and Dangerous' Dec 9, 2018
Christmas Ships will sail near West Seattle bringing holiday cheer Dec 7, 2018
Man sent to hospital following impact and extrication on 16th SW Dec 5, 2018
Burien Arts Association "Friendraiser" Holiday Party Dec. 15. Dec 3, 2018
Normandy Christian Church presenting Drive Through Christmas story Dec 3, 2018
Heart attack takes popular Burien figure Jim Hughes Dec 3, 2018
Power outage affects more than 3000 in West Seattle; Now restored Nov 30, 2018
Power outage affects more than 3000 in West Seattle Nov 30, 2018
Julia E. Jordan named as new West Seattle Chamber of Commerce CEO Nov 28, 2018
Dr. Saovra “Sy” Ear named interim President of Highline College Nov 26, 2018
Taproot Theartre presents A Charlie Brown Christmas Nov 26, 2018
Local volunteers always needed at MOW Nov 26, 2018
Jerry's View: The gift of giving comes back Nov 26, 2018
Seahawks C.J. Prosise visits Boys & Girls Club for Thanksgiving Takeover Nov 22, 2018
City of Seattle hosting information sessions on viaduct closure and SR 99 realignment Nov 21, 2018
A community health center with roots in West Seattle turns 50 Nov 19, 2018
Lucky Break Wishbone legal case detailed; Local inventor was proven right Nov 19, 2018
Amanda Knox and Chris Robinson announce engagement in an other worldly way Nov 16, 2018
Alaskan Way Viaduct to close for three weeks in January — traffic all over city will be terrible Nov 16, 2018
Local seniors and their community join together to support Seattle-area homeless Nov 14, 2018
City officials visit West Seattle Nov 13, 2018
Taproot Theartre presents A Charlie Brown Christmas Nov 12, 2018
Women's Personal Safety trainings offered by Seattle Police Dept. Nov 9, 2018
Early Mid-Term election results are in; Local results here Nov 6, 2018
A new way that an American Legion Post is observing Veterans Day Nov. 11 in Seattle Nov 6, 2018
Homemade salsa: heat for the winter Nov 6, 2018
Zoo’s oldest gorilla passes away at 50 years old Geriatric male was the “gentleman of gorillas” Nov 6, 2018
Paul Allen honored by Seattle in blue; Buildings around downtown paid their respects Nov 3, 2018
Which sign do you like best for Delridge Way businesses? Nov 2, 2018
Land Use Application filed for "Junction Landing"; 62 unit Apt. bldg. will have 26 parking spaces Nov 1, 2018
Historical Society Gala is set for Saturday Nov. 3; Tickets still available Oct 31, 2018
Seattle string quartet Bergen bound Oct 29, 2018
Dave's Diner in SeaTac honored; Iconic restaurant now closed Oct 29, 2018
Nearly 250 temporary parking spaces open up under viaduct; Viaduct comes down in January Oct 26, 2018
White Center Food Bank Charity Auction Nov. 16 will offer some special items Oct 25, 2018
White Center Food Bank Charity Auction Nov. 16 Oct 25, 2018
The end of an era; Phoenecia Restaurant on Alki to close Oct 23, 2018
Arts in Parks: Mobile Incubator to visit five Seattle park locations Oct 23, 2018
Kohl-Welles to host Budget Town Hall Oct 22, 2018
Nino Cantu honored for his nearly two decades of service at SWAC; Beloved groundskeeper died suddenly Oct. 12 Oct 19, 2018
Nino Cantu honored for his decades of service at SWAC; Beloved groundskeeper died suddenly Oct. 12 Oct 19, 2018
Matt Vaughan, founder of Easy Street Records is the featured speaker this Sunday at SWSHS Oct 18, 2018
Farewell Heidi- A last portrait Oct 15, 2018
Second Early Design Guidance Review meeting on new seven story building in the Junction set for Nov. 1 Oct 11, 2018
Annual King County Parks Halloween Carnival will haunt the WC Community Center Oct. 27 Oct 11, 2018
Driver alert: Big construction weekend for SR 99 and I-5 – and a new Alaskan Way takes shape Oct 11, 2018
Homeless documentary Trickle Down Town premiers Oct. 21 at Admiral Theater; Q & A with Director Tomasz Biernacki Oct 6, 2018
Big Bird? Bird on a Wire Espresso expands Oct 5, 2018
Early Design Guidance out for 129 unit apartment building on 15th NW; No parking proposed Oct 4, 2018
Open house Oct. 10 on Route 120 improvements: Metro, SDOT prepare for future RapidRide H Line in West Seattle, White Center, Burien Oct 3, 2018
OP-ED: Nobody wants to be homeless Oct 1, 2018
City Manager makes statement on Public Safety in Burien Sep 27, 2018
City of SeaTac delivers blow to 50+ immigrant small business owners Sep 26, 2018
SeaTac Mayor and Deputy Mayor Selected by Council   Sep 26, 2018
OP-ED: Nobody wants to be homeless Sep 26, 2018
UPDATE: Power out for nearly 3000 customers in Admiral neighborhood now mostly restored Sep 25, 2018
Power out for nearly 3000 customers in Admiral neighborhood Sep 25, 2018
Lynn Dennis resigns as CEO of the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce Sep 24, 2018
Ballard's Swansons Nursery being purchased by employee group Sep 24, 2018
West Seattle Food Bank raises more than $53,734 at ‘A Grand Affair’ fundraiser Sep 24, 2018
SR 99 tunnel to open in early 2019, but not before the longest highway closure in Puget Sound history Sep 17, 2018
Rob Mattson, unofficial Mayor of Ballard, dies Sep 17, 2018
Wastemobile household hazardous waste collection comes to Burien, Sept. 21-23 Sep 17, 2018
Herbold: Letter to SDOT re: Bus Access to Downtown after Alaskan Way Viaduct Closes Sep 14, 2018
Il Nido Italian restaurant will open in restored Alki Homestead in 2019 Sep 11, 2018
Il Nido Itallian restaurant will open in restored Alki Homestead in 2019 Sep 11, 2018
Macklen Alger and family are getting support from Providence Hospice as they deal with Tay-Sachs Sep 10, 2018
New wayfinding signs point visitors to downtown Burien shopping and amenities Sep 7, 2018
For Brent Amacher, a balanced life is tipping toward music Sep 3, 2018
I’d say yes to the Mariners Sep 3, 2018
Huard, Lancers spank Sealth Sep 1, 2018
Free day of outdoor activities, rock climbing and rappelling at Camp Long Mountain Fest on Sept. 8 Aug 30, 2018
42 unit mixed use Apt. and retail proposed for 35th and Holden; 16 parking spaces Aug 28, 2018
The Bounty of Summer Aug 27, 2018
Katie Webster named the 22nd Jimmy Lyons Scholar to Berklee Aug 27, 2018
King County Sheriff's office releases Use of Force Review Board findings in Tommy Le shooting Aug 22, 2018
Two local filmmakers explore the heart of homelessness Aug 21, 2018
Zoo introduces new low-cost ticket and membership pass Aug 20, 2018
Burien felon sentenced to prison for trading drugs and guns Aug 20, 2018
The scoop on Walter's Cafe Aug 19, 2018
Two local filmmakers explore the heart of homelessness Aug 18, 2018
Sub Pop Guitar gets SWSHS $2,225 from winning bidder Aug 16, 2018
Hermsen takes helm for Evergreen football team Aug 16, 2018
14 year old Burien boy dies in handgun incident Aug 15, 2018
UPDATE: Homicide in High Point; Suspect arrested Aug 15, 2018
Christopher Dennis appointed new SeaTac City Manager Aug 14, 2018
Christopher Dennis elected new SeaTac City Manager Aug 14, 2018
UPDATE: Homicide in High Point; Suspect still at large but new footage released Aug 14, 2018
SeaTac’s Kent Palosaari, building relationships with the airport and surrounding communities Aug 13, 2018
Ballard artist Dara Solliday captures city’s ever-changing landscape Aug 13, 2018
SPF 30 filled Alki Beach with more than 25,000 people and powerful rock n' roll Aug 12, 2018
White Center Food Bank opens new "Grocery Store" model shopping experience Aug 9, 2018
City gives the go ahead to new SPU South Operations Center on West Marginal Way SW Aug 9, 2018
GETTING THERE: SPF 30 transportation and access details offer many options Aug 9, 2018
Joe Nguyen leading Shannon Braddock for 34th District Senate slot; Both will likely vie for seat in November Aug 9, 2018
More fundraisers to save the West Seattle Junction parking lots announced Aug 8, 2018
UPDATE: Night Out Neighborhood parties; potluck food and a chance to get acquainted Aug 7, 2018
UPDATE: Night Out Neighborhood parties; pot luck food and a chance to get acquainted Aug 7, 2018
REMINDER: Night Out is tonight; Neighborhood parties will offer pot luck food and a chance to get acquanted Aug 7, 2018
GETTING THERE: SPF 30 transportation and access details offer many options Aug 7, 2018
The house where REI was built, West Seattle’s part of the company history Aug 6, 2018
Burien shooting was accidental, not a drive-by says Sheriff Aug 6, 2018
Power outage knocks out power for nearly 17,000 in West Seattle; Now back on Aug 6, 2018
Idaho downs Westsiders 16-6; WS plays again Tuesday Aug 5, 2018
Summit Atlas Charter School grand opening shows off newly expanded facility Aug 3, 2018
Providence Mt. St. Vincent Summer concert series kicks off with The Abbagraphs ABBA tribute band Aug. 3 Aug 1, 2018
Seafair Fleet Week puts on a show in Eiliott Bay Jul 31, 2018
Power outage hits West Seattle Tuesday; Quickly restored Jul 31, 2018
Bryce Manley demonstrates what it takes to be an Eagle Scout Jul 31, 2018
Highland Park Action Committee sends formal request for roundabout to Mayor Durkan Jul 31, 2018
Ballard Historical Society invites all to 30th anniversary celebration Jul 30, 2018
Cleanup begins at Lockheed – West Seattle Superfund site Jul 30, 2018
West Seattle captures state title in all star tournament Jul 29, 2018
Murder near Highland Park; Vehicle seen speeding away Jul 28, 2018
Donna Lawson is reinventing herself; Stuffed Cakes shop will close Jul 26, 2018
SPF 30 will rock Alki Beach Aug. 11; Biggest one day event in West Seattle history Jul 26, 2018
Cruzen gift funds new ‘Welcome to West Seattle’ sign Jul 25, 2018
34th District Candidate Forum finds democratic candidates in agreement Jul 24, 2018
UPDATE: Arrest made in case of alleged assault on Burien Mayor Matta Jul 24, 2018
International burlesque sensation INGA, originally from West Seattle Jul 23, 2018
Burien Mayor Matta claims he was victim of a hate crime this weekend; Police investigating Jul 23, 2018
Highline Medical Center celebrates 60th anniversary Jul 23, 2018
White Center Parade photos show a lot of leadership (and following) Jul 22, 2018
2018 West Seattle Grand Parade was colorful and wonderful Jul 21, 2018
West Seattle Grand Parade was colorful and wonderful Jul 21, 2018
Man stabbed to death near White Center; Suspect still at large Jul 20, 2018
SubPop laying the final groundwork for SPF 30; One more announcement coming Jul 19, 2018
Tribal canoe journey to Puyallup will stop on Alki Beach July 26 Jul 19, 2018
Paddle craft safety emphasized in West Seattle demonstrations Jul 18, 2018
Update: California Sea Lion stranded near Seacrest Park has been removed Jul 18, 2018
California Sea Lion stranded near Seacrest Park Jul 18, 2018
Next seven story building in the Junction set for early design guidance meeting Aug. 2 Jul 17, 2018
Fire destroys home on Fauntlee Crest SW Jul 17, 2018
West Seattle Trusteed Partners issues statement on future of Junction parking lots Jul 16, 2018
Summerfest 2018 off to a sizzling start; Warm temperatures and hot bands Jul 14, 2018
West Seattle overcomes gallant Nationals effort to become District Champions Jul 13, 2018
Adah and Earl Cruzen provide a $100,000 sustaining gift to the Southwest Seattle Historical Society Jul 13, 2018
West Seattle Summerfest gets underway; Three days of fun, food, music and shopping Jul 13, 2018
Quail Park Memory Care Residences hold open house; Facility will open Aug. 1 Jul 12, 2018
Full West Seattle Summerfest Music Schedule 2018 Jul 12, 2018
Level 3 sex offender now living in Admiral District Jul 12, 2018
Sleepy lady dozes off hits parked vehicle, flips her car on Delridge Way SW Jul 12, 2018
Adah Cruzen shines her light again; Donation of $100,000 made to West Seattle Senior Center Jul 10, 2018
Morgan Junction mural restoration is colorful and finally complete Jul 9, 2018
Sam Jo creates dream place Anju Bar and Eatery in White Center Jul 9, 2018
Junction rolls out SOL (Save Our Lots) Pale Ale fundraising brew Jul 9, 2018
UPDATE: Arrest made following arson fire in Elan Apartments that injured fire fighter; $120,000 damage Jul 8, 2018
Fire in Elan Apartments that injured fire fighter, determined to be arson; $120,000 damage Jul 8, 2018
Seafair Pirates take Alki Beach before huge crowd Jul 7, 2018
Seafair Pirates Landing on Alki Beach July 7 Jul 6, 2018
Review meeting July 6 for three story expansion of building at 20th SW and Delridge Way Jul 6, 2018
SeaTac Family Fourth was a real family event Jul 5, 2018
Seafair Pirates Landing on Alki Beach July 7 Jul 5, 2018
Cars that fell in river after fire to be recovered; Global Diving has been hired Jul 3, 2018
Pizzeria Credo featured on Food Network's Diner's, Drive-Ins and Dives Jul 1, 2018
Easy Street Records celebrates 30 years; Clever video promotes 30% off CD Sale Jun 30, 2018
WSTC meeting discussed ST3 station plans and free Orca cards Jun 30, 2018
SeaTac Marriott Residence Inn celebrates with a stylish grand opening Jun 29, 2018
Early Design Guidance meeting July 18 for seven story apartment in heart of the Junction; New home for Husky Deli Jun 28, 2018
Bubbleman, blues, and buskers will precede Summerfest on July 12 Jun 28, 2018
UPDATE: EPA statement on crushed car barge fire on Duwamish River Jun 27, 2018
Duwamish barge fire damage estimated at $1 million; Ruled accidental Jun 27, 2018
Star Legend cruise ship passes through Ballard Locks before big crowd Jun 27, 2018
Crushed car barge fire on Duwamish River sends black smoke south Jun 26, 2018
UPDATE: The lower Spokane Street 'Swing' Bridge has re-opened for traffic Jun 26, 2018
Future of Junction parking lots still being negotiated; Will you have a place to park? Jun 26, 2018
West Seattle Garden Tour offered eleven homes and even one for bees Jun 24, 2018
Can immigrants still find the American dream? Joel Guerra is living proof Jun 24, 2018
Mark "Monk" Hubbard celebrated and remembered at the Delridge skatepark he built Jun 22, 2018
Unicorn Two bar coming to White Center; Massive carnival themed space will be colorful and quirky Jun 22, 2018
West Seattle High School sees 307 students graduate; 29 honor students among them Jun 22, 2018
Sealth graduates 229 in ceremonies on June 21 Jun 22, 2018
Ballard, West Seattle now part of Imperfect Produce’s delivery route Jun 21, 2018
Emergency closure for lower Spokane Street 'Swing' Bridge may last a week or more Jun 20, 2018
South Seattle College celebrates 2018 graduating class Jun 20, 2018
Morgan Junction park expansion needs your input; Take the online survey Jun 19, 2018
Future Primitive Brewing will makeover White Center's beer scene Jun 19, 2018
UPDATE: White Center Chamber: Garbage collection still unresolved but solutions may be coming Jun 19, 2018
Sun shone on Burien’s Strawberry Days Jun 18, 2018
Ballard’s electric bike destination, Electric and Folding Bikes Northwest Jun 18, 2018
C & P Coffee says thank you; Beloved coffee house throws a party for supporters Jun 17, 2018
Stealing the cow was a prank but it wasn't funny; Owners seek culprits and restoration Jun 17, 2018
Growth and growing pains coming to Sea-Tac Airport Jun 16, 2018
Morgan Junction Festival was bright and fun for 2018 Jun 16, 2018
UPDATE: Mark Hubbard, founder of Grindline Skateparks has died Jun 16, 2018
Kizuki Ramen wants to teach you about Sake; Varieties of the Japanese beverage show character and depth Jun 15, 2018
REMINDER: Morgan Junction Festival will feature the fun June 16 Jun 15, 2018
Last day of school for West Seattle and Sealth High brings pranks and a swim Jun 15, 2018
State Patrol seeking more information on SeaTac shooting incident Jun 14, 2018
Four story 600 plus unit storage facility proposed for Harbor Ave. SW gets go ahead Jun 14, 2018
Alki Homestead restoration update; Nearing completion with thoughtful improvements Jun 13, 2018
Evergreen student accepted at Harvard; Awarded more than $400,000 in scholarships Jun 12, 2018
Mayor Durkan to speak at Highland Park Action Committee meeting June 27 Jun 11, 2018
Mark Hubbard, founder of Grindline Skateparks has died Jun 10, 2018
Climax Blues Band warms up in White Center Jun 9, 2018
UPDATE: Man stabbed to death near Alki Beach June 2 now identified; Suspect at large Jun 9, 2018
Roxhill Elementary School to move buildings, making way for Interagency Academy branch   Jun 8, 2018
Groundbreaking held for Des Moines Elementary; New $57.8 million facility will be complete in 2019 Jun 8, 2018
Let’s Talk Race series continues in Delridge Jun 6, 2018
Gov. Inslee and leaders announce aerospace competitiveness report at SSC Jun 6, 2018
Mary’s Place to open first permanent home in Burien Jun 4, 2018
CAMP LONG: West Seattle’s playground for personal development Jun 4, 2018
The Heart and Soul of Husky Deli and the West Seattle Junction Jun 2, 2018
Loop the Lupe sees 400 turnout for obstacle course and fun run fundraiser Jun 2, 2018
Morgan Junction Festival will feature the fun June 16 Jun 2, 2018
Neighbors of Sea-Tac Airport feel powerless over airport's sweeping expansion plans Jun 1, 2018
Neighbors of SeaTac Airport feel powerless over airport's sweeping expansion plans Jun 1, 2018
Doing the right thing isn't easy, but Chris McCorkle has a heart to make it happen May 31, 2018
Holy Rosary School observes Corpus Christi with a first time procession May 31, 2018
Best of Hands Barrelhouse buildout on track for late summer or fall opening May 30, 2018
Norwegian Bliss comes to Seattle; Massive cruise ship has more than 5000 people on board May 30, 2018
Whale Trail Summer Gathering featuring photos by Stephen Rink May 29, 2018
Mudhoney, Shabazz Palaces, & Wolf Parade top the bill for SubPop Records 30th Anniversary on Alki Aug. 11 May 29, 2018
Memorial Day observance at Forest Lawn was moving and echoed history May 28, 2018
Honkfest West is coming to White Center June 2; 300 musicians & volunteers will be part of the musical event May 28, 2018
Flags go up in the Junction for Memorial Day May 28, 2018
Memorial Day observances are set in our area from Ballard to Burien May 27, 2018
Sub Pop Records will announce band lineup for SPF30 May 29 on KEXP; Major music event set for Alki on Aug. 11 May 25, 2018
West Seattle Outdoor Movies start July 21 with Wonder Woman May 24, 2018
PCC Community Market opens new store in Burien May 23, 2018
Dr. Rosie Rimando-Chareunsap named next President of South Seattle College May 22, 2018
Historic HHS entrance to be rebuilt with original brick and terra cotta May 21, 2018
29th year could be last for Fremont Solstice Parade Jun 16, 2017
Celebrated Norwegian guest artists return to Ballard for Grieg Gala Jubilee Extravaganza Jun 14, 2017
Amanda's View: California farewell Jun 12, 2017
18-year-old arrested after homicide in Ballard Jun 10, 2017
18-year-old arrested after murder in Ballard Jun 10, 2017
Say Goodbye to Glacier High School with a Walk-through on June 17 Jun 9, 2017
At Large In Ballard: Not Quite Spent Jun 8, 2017
At Large In Ballard: Not Quite Spent Jun 8, 2017
Northwest High School Film Festival Honors BHS Filmmakers Jun 5, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch week of 6-5-2017 Jun 5, 2017
You Are What You Eat: It's Homemade Tea Time Jun 5, 2017
You Are What You Eat: It's Homemade Tea Time Jun 5, 2017
Ballard High hosts 2nd Annual "#BattleInBallard" fundraiser hoops tourney June 9-11 Jun 5, 2017
Is calling a convicted killer an 'inmate' offensive? Jun 4, 2017
City Councilman Mike O'Brien at June 6 Phinney Ridge Community Council meeting Jun 1, 2017
Ballard High Fiddlers to play Ballard Homestead June 16 Jun 1, 2017
Ballard High School events week of 6-1-2017 Jun 1, 2017
Plunge Festival set for June 30 at Hale’s Palladium Jun 1, 2017
Fremont Solstice Parade on Wheels Workshop set for June 3 Jun 1, 2017
KBFG 107.3 FM seeks help from public through PNA Garage Sale Jun 1, 2017
Transit walkway accessibility improvements benefit thousands at Sea-Tac Airport May 31, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch week of 5-30-2017 May 30, 2017
Put on Your Walking Shoes: Sister City Association Leads Seattle on a Local Tour with a Scandinavian Perspective May 30, 2017
The Psychic View – Guilt Traps May 26, 2017
Ballard Locks Centennial Boat Parade July 9, 2017 May 24, 2017
Port of Seattle and Sound Transit to highlight Sea-Tac Airport transit walkway accessibility improvements May 23, 2017
Ken Rogers Declares Candidacy for Seattle Port Commission May 23, 2017
At Large In Ballard: Lowrise plan, high opposition May 23, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch week of 5-22-2017 May 22, 2017
Jean's View: Catastrophe hits Seattle May 22, 2017
Syttende Mai Parade attracts thousands to Ballard, inspires smalltown feel May 20, 2017
Three suspects charged after assaulting homeless man on Metro bus May 20, 2017
Sig Hansen arrested after altercation with Uber driver May 20, 2017
Ballard Night Out -- new event celebrates neighborhood art scene May 16, 2017
Amanda's View: Colosseum and memoriam May 15, 2017
Ken's View: Mayor's race and the stadium question May 15, 2017
Ballard High School events week of 5-15-2017 May 15, 2017
At Large in Ballard: Pacific Standard Time May 15, 2017
You Are What You Eat: Breakfast in a jar May 15, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch week of 5-15-2017 May 15, 2017
Voice of Joy: Sister City Association Celebrates Syttende Mai at Bergen Place with Norwegian Guest Star Eva Vea May 15, 2017
Redmond based 'Augmented Reality' game staging treasure hunt in West Seattle, Ballard and other neighborhoods May 20 May 15, 2017
Clean your closets and help the Ballard High Robotics Team May 10, 2017
Ballard High School robotics teams secure honors at international competition May 10, 2017
High security hide-and-seek, K9 training at Sea-Tac airport May 9, 2017
Prosecutors, Facebook reveal more after woman stabbed to death in Ballard May 9, 2017
Bergen Composer Knut Vaage celebrates Ballard connection with Angelo Rondello and the Seattle Music Exchange Project May 9, 2017
Ballard SeafoodFest Announces Music Lineup for 2017 May 9, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch week of 5-8-2017 May 8, 2017
Ken's View: Let’s tax coffee! May 8, 2017
Pat's View: Ace reporter May 8, 2017
Academy Nominates Ballard High School Filmmakers May 8, 2017
Card Kingdom in Ballard is Now Mox Boarding House May 6, 2017
So you wanna swim? May 5, 2017
Give Big! includes local non-profits and your help would really make a difference; One day event is May 10 May 4, 2017
Ken's View: Parking is an issue; Space in the paper is at a premium too May 2, 2017
Good for you: The Unscrambling of Eggs May 1, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch week of 5-1-2017 May 1, 2017
You Are What You Eat: Enjoy a healthy smoothie, tax-free May 1, 2017
At Large In Ballard: Who knew? May 1, 2017
Frelard Net Zero Ready House open to public April 30 Apr 28, 2017
Frelard Net Zero Ready House open house April 30 Apr 28, 2017
Update: Woman dies after early morning stabbing in Ballard Apr 28, 2017
Woman dies after early morning stabbing in Ballard Apr 28, 2017
At Large In Ballard: Family Gold Apr 24, 2017
Ballard lifeguard peeper charged with attempted voyeurism Apr 24, 2017
Neighborhood coordinators reassigned after city reorganizes district councils Apr 24, 2017
Permitting for utility work along Shilshole Avenue underway Apr 24, 2017
Local restaurants participating in Dining Out for Life April 27 Apr 22, 2017
Street improvements impact two intersections on NW 80th Street April 21-23 Apr 22, 2017
Don't miss new shorts from Ballard's award-winning filmmakers Apr 19, 2017
NFFTY to Feature Shorts by Ballard High School Filmmakers Apr 19, 2017
County assessor explains tax increases Apr 19, 2017
At Large In Ballard: The Beavers always win Apr 18, 2017
Jean's View: Bertha's Big Breakthrough Apr 18, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch: Resident foils car prowl, assaulted with knife Apr 18, 2017
Pat's View: Slogans Apr 18, 2017
Scenes from Golden Gardens Park in Ballard Mar 22, 2017
New hotel in Ballard to be named Leary Hotel, design details revealed Mar 21, 2017
Yonder Mountain String Band to play The Showbox March 23 Mar 21, 2017
Youth Musical Theater camp putting a new face on an old ship Mar 21, 2017
Pat's View: Katherine Hep-burned Mar 21, 2017
Study could secure ongoing funding for Ballard Locks Mar 20, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch: Police arrest known meth abuser after altercation Mar 20, 2017
Tree grove at Golden Gardens Mar 20, 2017
The Ramp to Somewhere Mar 20, 2017
Public records access, costs targets of two House bills advancing to Senate Mar 19, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch: Speaker equipment taken while resident slept on couch Mar 15, 2017
Building Community through Music: Upcoming Ballard Civic Orchestra Performances Mar 15, 2017
Amanda's View: Fandom and fan fiction Mar 15, 2017
Work party at Ballard Corners Park April 8th Mar 15, 2017
Ballard High Wind Ensemble to play at Carnegie Hall on April 11 Mar 14, 2017
At Large In Ballard: Raining tears Mar 14, 2017
Council approves independent investigation of West Point disaster Mar 14, 2017
(Lux) Pot Shop closes doors For 15 days after second compliance infraction Mar 13, 2017
Truck stuck under Ballard Bridge Mar 10, 2017
Ballard Playmakers' Les Misérables Dinner Gala set for March 18 Mar 9, 2017
Is Seattle protecting our waterway? Mar 9, 2017
Pending repeal of the Affordable Care Act: What you need to know Mar 9, 2017
Ballard Musicians excel at Solo and Ensemble Competition Mar 9, 2017
Sister City Association strengthens Ballard-Bergen Bond with Jubilee Celebration Mar 9, 2017
89th Annual Blessing of the Fleet set for Sunday, March 12 Mar 9, 2017
County Council opposes efforts to privatize federal land Mar 9, 2017
The Psychic View - Actions and Reactions Mar 7, 2017
County Council joins in wishing “safe fishing” to crews preparing to head to Alaska Mar 7, 2017
County Council to replace carbon-based power with clean wind energy Mar 7, 2017
You Are What You Eat: Citrus power! Mar 7, 2017
OP-ED- Put patient care before corporate profits Mar 7, 2017
Amanda's View: E-Prime Mar 7, 2017
At Large In Ballard:Entering the village Mar 7, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch: Men commit armed robbery while posing as FBI agents, return goods Mar 7, 2017
Got poo? Mar 3, 2017
Ballard pool lifeguard arrested for voyeurism Mar 3, 2017
Love hunting for eggs? Seattle Parks has a basket full of options Mar 1, 2017
Katherine Fry takes home the gold – for her commitment to the Woodland Park Zoo’s conservation efforts Mar 1, 2017
Mayor Murray, stakeholders announce framework to complete “missing link” of Burke-Gilman Trail Feb 28, 2017
BHS Foundation starts Running of the Beavers 5K to benefit school Feb 27, 2017
Free tickets to biz kid$ TV show taping on March 8 Feb 27, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch: Man’s plasma cutter stolen, house ‘tossed' Feb 27, 2017
Wine beat Feb 27, 2017
Amanda's View: Sudden separation Feb 27, 2017
Westside Snow Report 2-26-17 Feb 27, 2017
Sam West shines at San Fermo Feb 27, 2017
Developer reneges on 400-unit parking lot at Eagle’s site, plans for hotel Feb 27, 2017
You Are What You Eat: Oodles of noodles -- soups for winter Feb 22, 2017
Industrial heavies speak out against SDOT dropping alternative BGT routes, City responds Feb 22, 2017
City sweeps ‘Ballard Jungle,’ relocates 12 campers Feb 22, 2017
At Large In Ballard: Wild by design, therapeutic by nature Feb 22, 2017
State of the City: Homelessness Response Consolidated Action Plan Feb 21, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch: $10,000 cache of jewels stolen Feb 21, 2017
Pat's View: Conditions of Employment Feb 21, 2017
Amanda's View: Social dance Feb 21, 2017
Contention over row house setbacks mounts on N.W. 60th Street Feb 15, 2017
Mighty-O Parklet grand opening March 4 Feb 15, 2017
Problems at plant lead to more waste water in Puget Sound Feb 15, 2017
West Seattle boys blast Ballard Feb 14, 2017
Trump finally tells the truth Feb 14, 2017
Washington’s basic driver’s license fails federal REAL ID requirements Feb 14, 2017
Soup’s On at Copine -- Ballard chef Shaun McCrain shines at helm of new culinary destination Feb 14, 2017
Upthegrove calls for free, expanded late night public transportation on Fourth of July and New Year’s Eve holidays Feb 14, 2017
Pat's View: For Love of Money Feb 13, 2017
Amanda's View: Alone time Feb 13, 2017
36th District delegation hails naming of capitol campus building after Helen Sommers Feb 10, 2017
Mayor Biff builds wall around Ballard, bans UW frats Feb 9, 2017
West Point Treatment Plant dumping million of gallons of waste water in Puget Sound Feb 9, 2017
King County among the first in the nation to achieve a global milestone in the fight against HIV/AIDS Feb 9, 2017
Westside Snow Report 2-8-17 Feb 9, 2017
Major’s Last Stand Feb 6, 2017
At Large In Ballard: Writing from the margins, and the streets Feb 6, 2017
You Are What You Eat: Oh, baby! Bok choy! Feb 6, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch: Shoplifter arrested after threatening security with gas can Feb 6, 2017
Otter pups have ‘healthy bill’ at Woodland Park Zoo Feb 6, 2017
Statement by Port of Seattle Commission President Tom Albro regarding audit and resignation of CEO Fick Feb 3, 2017
Sunday morning burglar arrested in Ballard Feb 2, 2017
Is Trump a real president? Jan 30, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch: Man sprays victims with pepper spray, threatens with gun Jan 30, 2017
Don’t miss new shorts from Ballard’s award-winning filmmakers Jan 30, 2017
Offended by columnists Jan 30, 2017
At Large In Ballard: Cass Turnbull Jan 30, 2017
Pat's View: It’s the Law Jan 30, 2017
Amanda's View: Unrepresented atheist Jan 30, 2017
Stop by Stoup and see what’s on tap – Ballard brewery continues to grow Jan 30, 2017
Sunday Town Hall in Ballard: Standing room only Jan 30, 2017
Rep. Jamila Prayapal demands release of those detained at SeaTac Airport Jan 28, 2017
The Psychic View – A Telling Encounter Jan 27, 2017
Police seize heroin, crack and cash from North Seattle drug dealer Jan 24, 2017
Standing up for safer neighborhoods: New coalition, City of Seattle weigh in on confronting homelessness Jan 24, 2017
Step inside Ballard’s Belle Boudoir – photographer Cheryl Jones built a business around capturing women’s beauty Jan 24, 2017
At Large In Ballard: Commitment to service Jan 24, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch: Youth beats another youth, steals phones, booked for robbery Jan 24, 2017
Dennis Gerard Peck: October 12, 1957 - September 17, 2016 Jan 24, 2017
Ballard Performing Arts Fundraiser Feb. 4 Jan 24, 2017
Ballard artist Katie Anderson takes off Jan 24, 2017
Pat's View: At the Circus Jan 23, 2017
Sex center, City respond to neighbors’ questions about zoning, permits Jan 20, 2017
Ballard package grabber gets a gotcha, captured on camera Jan 19, 2017
Saturday march expected to significantly impact traffic Jan 18, 2017
Did a squirrel cause Monday’s power outage? Jan 18, 2017
At Large In Ballard: The Rise of the Woman Jan 18, 2017
Sex center heating things up in Ballard Jan 18, 2017
What Should You Know About Taking RMDs? Jan 18, 2017
You Are What You Eat: Poor man’s asparagus: winter leeks in the garden Jan 18, 2017
January shortage worsens: 1,500 units short of meeting local patient needs Jan 18, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch: Couple assaulted while walking in the park Jan 18, 2017
Harriet Bullitt dontes Edward Curtis' "The North American Indian" to the Seattle Public Library Jan 11, 2017
At Large In Ballad: New Bachelors of Ballard Jan 10, 2017
At Large In Ballard: New Bachelors of Ballard Jan 10, 2017
Ballard Crime Watch: Van of thieves rams into convenience store Jan 10, 2017
Seattle-Bergen Sister City Association 2017 Annual Meeting to be held January 22 Jan 10, 2017
Swedish Ballard receives Baby Friendly designation Jan 6, 2017
Police body cameras are now the law; Will they make a difference? Jan 5, 2017
Investment tips for 'Millennials' Jan 5, 2017
Ballard Natural Drainage system is complete: Here's what's next Jan 4, 2017
California court case could disrupt WDFW initiative Jan 3, 2017
At Large In Ballard: Timber Jan 2, 2017
Peggy's View: Timber Jan 2, 2017
Amanda's View: Ethnic Jan 2, 2017
Polar Bear Plunge at Golden Gardens was fast, funny and fun Jan 1, 2017
Do you have a project idea for Ballard? Sustainable Ballard is ready to help Dec 29, 2016
Going to the game? Don’t forget your gun Dec 29, 2016
Officials respond to allegations of favorable policy for non-resident commercial fishers, purse seiners Dec 27, 2016
Caregivers Make Spirits Bright for Seniors and Their Families this Holiday Season Dec 26, 2016
At Large In Ballard: The Lost Princess Dec 26, 2016
A Less "Taxing" New Year: 
Ten Things You Can Do by December 31st to Cut Your 2016 Tax Bill 
 Dec 26, 2016
Port to offer two maritime workshops Dec 26, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Two burglaries in Ballard Dec 26, 2016
Amanda's View: Newsletter Dec 26, 2016
North Pole not too far from Ballard Dec 20, 2016
Year-end Tax-smart Investing Ideas Dec 20, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Pillowcase bandit gets away with it Dec 19, 2016
Amanda's View: Turning Down the Heat Dec 19, 2016
Fire in Nocturnal House at Woodland Park Zoo Dec 15, 2016
Fire near Nocturnal House at Woodland Park Zoo Dec 15, 2016
Gillnetters oppose WDFW initiative to raise commercial fishing license fees for residents, lower for non-residents Dec 13, 2016
You Are What You Eat: Coffee cakes for cold winter mornings Dec 12, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Two burglaries in secure parking garages Dec 12, 2016
At Large In Ballard: It’s what’s on the menu Dec 12, 2016
At Large In Ballard:It’s what’s on the menu Dec 12, 2016
Amanda's View: “Spring Breakers” Dec 12, 2016
Leif Erikson Lodge opens its doors to Ballard's kids with Juletrefest Dec 7, 2016
Mayor Murray names Seattle Municipal Court nominees Dec 7, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Device swap goes bad, man beaten Dec 6, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Female security guard attacked near Ballard Way Nov 22, 2016
At Large In Ballard: Safe crossing Nov 22, 2016
Amanda's View: Oma's Thanksgiving Nov 22, 2016
Two car incident on Ballard Bridge sends three to hospital Nov 19, 2016
Put Thanksgiving lessons to work in your financial plans Nov 18, 2016
Small Business Saturday: #ShopSmall Has Big Impact in Ballard Nov 17, 2016
From Bergen to Ballard: Sister City Association closes the year with history and tradition Nov 17, 2016
Seattle stands with Standing Rock at Ballard Locks on day of action against DAPL Nov 16, 2016
UPDATE: Possible drug lab scare draws hazmat response near 11th and 46th Ave NW Nov 16, 2016
Possible drug lab scare draws hazmat response near 11th and 46th Ave NW Nov 16, 2016
Possible drug lab explosion scare draws hazmat response near 11th and 46th Ave NW Nov 16, 2016
Corps closes Ballard Locks before planned pipeline demonstration Nov 15, 2016
SPD detectives seek to return items taken in storage locker burglaries Nov 15, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Woman disturbs trick-or-treaters, arrested for trespassing Nov 15, 2016
Amanda's View: "Amanda stands with Trump" Nov 15, 2016
At Large In Ballard: Hot to trot Nov 15, 2016
Ballard Natural Drainage update: Contractors reach substantial completion Nov 15, 2016
48 years later a Vietnam Vet is honored at Ballard High School Nov 11, 2016
Loki Fish Company honored by Martha Stewart’s American Made Program Nov 9, 2016
Historic building ‘gem’ undergoes seismic retrofit Nov 9, 2016
You Are What You Eat: Quince, queen of fruits Nov 9, 2016
Eastridge Church Turkey Giveaway will donate 1500 birds to needy Nov. 19 Nov 9, 2016
At Large In Ballard: Making hope edible Nov 7, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Baby shower turns into brawl Nov 7, 2016
Seattle Parks and Recreation begins repairs on Burke-Gilman Trail Nov 7, 2016
Amanda's View: Addiction, face-to-face, part two: Tricks and triggers Nov 7, 2016
Ballard Corners Park work party this Saturday November 12 Nov 7, 2016
Reuben’s Brews lauches “Hop Idol” Homebrew Contest Nov 7, 2016
King County Sheriff’s Office asking for help locating family members of fallen Deputies Nov 2, 2016
WestSide Snow Report 10-30-16 Nov 1, 2016
Basketball coaches needed for winter youth recreational league Nov 1, 2016
At Large In Ballard: Lucky Seven Nov 1, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Armed robbery at store off Leary Way Nov 1, 2016
The Psychic View – Validation Nov 1, 2016
Teaching through DVDs Nov 1, 2016
19th BHS alumnus to be added to Vietnam Memorial Plaque at the school Oct 31, 2016
Amanda's View: Addiction, face-to-face: Part One Oct 31, 2016
Update: Possible brawl near Ballard Senior Center, two injured Oct 29, 2016
Coast Guard searching for boater missing from Shilshole Bay Oct 29, 2016
Transit ST3 goes up for a vote Oct 27, 2016
Seventh Annual Ballard Writers event, Lucky Seven, to be held November 4 Oct 26, 2016
At Large In Ballard: The Experiment Oct 26, 2016
Amanda's View: Champion Oct 25, 2016
Conquering the Homelessness Crisis Oct 25, 2016
You Are What You Eat: The new convenience food, butternut squash! Oct 25, 2016
Basketball coaches needed for winter youth recreational league Oct 25, 2016
West Side Snow Report 10-21-16 Oct 21, 2016
Northwest Symphony Orchestra, “Family Favorites” season premiere Friday, Oct. 28 at 7:30 p.m. Highline Performing Arts Center Oct 20, 2016
From the headlines to mainlining: Former NBA star Chris Herren shares his story Oct 20, 2016
At Large In Ballard: Swimming with the sharks Oct 19, 2016
Magnolia man using solar panels to power encampments one tiny house at a time Oct 19, 2016
Magnolia man using solar panels to power encampments one tiny house at time Oct 19, 2016
Oct. 22 proclaimed ‘Rainier Beer’s R Day’ by Gov. Jay Inslee, Mayor Ed Murray Oct 19, 2016
'The Foreigner' at Ballard High is a Larry Shue farce with a social conscience Oct 18, 2016
You Are What You Eat: Quince, queen of fruits Oct 18, 2016
Amanda's View: Photo Sphere Oct 18, 2016
Will we see homeless campers in our parks? Rancorous City Council meeting airs the issues Oct 14, 2016
West Side Snow Report 10-16-16 Oct 14, 2016
Crown Hill / Whittier Heights Find It, Fix It Community Walk POSTPONED Due to Weather Oct 13, 2016
Former NBA player Chris Herren to talk to BHS teens about addiction and recovery Oct. 13 Oct 12, 2016
Banned books: what you should know Oct 11, 2016
Amanda's View: Costumes Oct 11, 2016
You Are What You Eat: Pick a peck of purple pickled onions Oct 11, 2016
Our cowboy heroes never had  paying jobs Oct 11, 2016
National festival selects Ballard High School’s Digital Filmmaking Program for IMAX grant Oct 11, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Airbnb rental ransacked by suspect posing as Channing Tatum Oct 11, 2016
Seattle Maritime Academy opens new state-of-the-art facility at Ballard campus Oct 11, 2016
REMINDER: Alaskan Way Viaduct and SR 99 closed this weekend Oct 6, 2016
At Large In Ballard: Backwash Oct 5, 2016
At Large In Ballard: Backwash Oct 5, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Three homes burglarized while families travel Oct 3, 2016
Amanda's View: International Wrongful Conviction Day Oct 3, 2016
Green crab sightings in Puget Sound put experts on alert Oct 3, 2016
Green crab sighting in Puget Sound put experts on alerts Oct 3, 2016
100 Women Who Care donate to the West Seattle Food Bank Sep 30, 2016
Hurtigruten opens new U.S. Headquarters in Seattle Sep 28, 2016
Foss Maritime partners with Seattle Maritime Academy, brings 3 new simulators for mariner training Sep 28, 2016
Foss Maritime partners with Seattle Maritime Academy; brings three new simulators for mariner training Sep 28, 2016
Are you on track to meet your financial goals? Sep 28, 2016
Academy nominates Ballard Film Students for National Awards Sep 28, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Suspect fires paintball gun at child Sep 27, 2016
Amanda's View: Party Sep 27, 2016
Pat's View: Carrying Water Sep 27, 2016
At Large In Ballard: Four-legged Blessings Sep 26, 2016
Salmon Bay Eagles to celebrate third annual Oktoberfest Sep 21, 2016
At Large In Ballard: Special Delivery Sep 21, 2016
Police arrest two after tracking Fremont robbery victim’s phone to South Seattle Sep 21, 2016
Sweet Mickey’s owner talks crime in Ballard after armed robbery Sep 20, 2016
Ballardite speaks out after ‘Hugh Mungus’ viral controversy Sep 20, 2016
The Psychic View – A Poetic Farewell Sep 19, 2016
You Are What You Eat: The right apple for the right job Sep 19, 2016
Foss Receives 2016 American Maritime Safety Award Sep 19, 2016
Amanda's View: Ritual Sep 19, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Car prowler loses cellphone; victim returns it Sep 19, 2016
Army Corps responds to homeless encampment at Ballard Locks Sep 14, 2016
At Large In Ballard: The Walk Sep 14, 2016
Amanda's View: At the intersection of normalcy and public-figure-hood Sep 12, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Man raises arms in triumph after punching elderly man, arrested Sep 12, 2016
Update: The Matador closed after five cases of E. coli Sep 12, 2016
The Matador closed after five cases of E. coli Sep 12, 2016
Ballard top destination for Airbnb users visiting Seattle Sep 12, 2016
Sons of Norway bazaar is Oct. 22 Sep 12, 2016
At Large In Ballard: Abundance Sep 7, 2016
2016 Bumbershoot draws big names, crowds Sep 6, 2016
Four Ballard breweries to host Ballard Oktoberfest on Saturday, Sept. 17 Sep 6, 2016
Update: Arne Hansen missing, last seen in Ballard Sep 6, 2016
Arne Hansen missing, last seen in Ballard Sep 6, 2016
Bringing in Ballard Friday Social event starting September 23 Sep 6, 2016
Ballard Natural Drainage Project Update Sep 6, 2016
Responses roll in after report of woman being fired from Safeway for trying to stop shoplifter Sep 6, 2016
Pat's View: Too School for Cool Sep 6, 2016
Amanda's View: Others’ eyes Sep 6, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Dispute over dog boils over at convenient store Sep 6, 2016
Third Annual Memorial Football Classic showcases high school football Sep 2, 2016
Mayor Murray Announces Unsanctioned Encampments Cleanup Protocols Task Force Participants, Schedule Aug 31, 2016
No one’s talking about alleged Amazon grocery drive thru in Ballard Aug 30, 2016
You Are What You Eat: Introducing Greek Spoon Sweets Aug 30, 2016
Ballard and West Seattle artists will perform at Bumbershoot Aug 30, 2016
About the Ballard Jungle Aug 30, 2016
Amanda's View: Renaissance Faire Aug 30, 2016
Woman works at Ballard Safeway for 12 years, fired for trying to stop vandal, shoplifter Aug 30, 2016
Woman works at Ballard Safeway for 12 years, fired for trying to stop vandal, shoplifter Aug 30, 2016
BHS athletics fall parents meeting August 31 Aug 29, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Man beaten and mugged; family returns to find mom's jewelry stolen Aug 29, 2016
At Large In Ballard: Flipping the tables Aug 29, 2016
‘Business as usual’ after electrical fire damages building at Swanson’s Nursery Aug 29, 2016
Golden Gardens stairway to close for approximately three months for park improvement project Aug 25, 2016
Consider All Aspects of College Savings Options Aug 25, 2016
Cold Comfort video shoot, August 29th at The Sunset Tavern Aug 24, 2016
John Randa passes at age 91 Aug 24, 2016
Mayor Murray hires director of homelessness Aug 23, 2016
Ballard Walgreens pressed to hire security guard after armed robbery Aug 23, 2016
Trash pile at ‘Ballard Jungle’ spurs neighbor reaction Aug 23, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Brick through window leads to shooting Aug 23, 2016
Firefighters put out electrical fire at Seattle’s Swansons Nursery Aug 23, 2016
The Psychic View – Worlds Apart Aug 18, 2016
Diversification is still important for retirees Aug 17, 2016
At Large In Ballard: Crows Don’t Sing Aug 17, 2016
Fenpro building coming down to make way for new museum Aug 16, 2016
Where can you get a copy of the Westside Weekly? Aug 16, 2016
Have A Heart robbery was second incident in last month Aug 15, 2016
Crown Hill community members weigh-in as City Council votes on zoning Aug 15, 2016
Ballard Crime Watch: Victim retrieves stolen purse from suspect Aug 15, 2016
Restaurant Week is back in Ballard Apr 8, 2013
Another new brewery in Ballard: Bad Jimmy's Mar 7, 2013
Tarleton passes first bill, would require landlords to secure spare keys Mar 6, 2013
Ballard Annex Oyster House to open March 21 Mar 2, 2013
'Henry' helps beautify Adams Elementary with mural Feb 27, 2013
Ballard High School students named film festival finalists Feb 18, 2013
You are What You Eat: Seafood for one Feb 18, 2013
For Ballard newspaper, a history of rebellion Feb 18, 2013
21st Century Viking: Vote No On The School Levies Jan 31, 2013
Ballard Oddfellows to host Food Bank benefit concert Feb. 9 Jan 31, 2013
Reflecting on life and death of Ballard Organics Soap founder Jan 30, 2013
Ballard Traffic Watch Jan 30, 2013
Ballard tops Austrailian Penrith Panthers in International Exhibition Jan 4, 2013
Owner of Ballard Smoke Shop passes away Jan 4, 2013
Police Blotter: Several burglaries during the holiday season; man robbed at gunpoint Jan 4, 2013
Jensen's smokehouse still open after duct fire on Wednesday Jan 3, 2013
Peddler Brewing to open Friday, March 8 Dec 27, 2012
Percy's now open for business Nov 13, 2012
Ballard District Council meeting tonight, Oct. 10 Oct 10, 2012
Through gift package, Ballard sends best regards to Wisconsin Oct 10, 2012
Ampersand, a place like home Oct 10, 2012
Op-Ed: Why you should vote yes on I-1240 Oct 9, 2012
Firefly Kitchens, bringing health through fermented foods Oct 9, 2012
Write On: Being Quiet Sep 30, 2012
Ballard Avenue Landmark District Board election results are in Jun 20, 2012
Ballard SeafoodFest kickstarts fundraising campaign Jun 20, 2012
Coffee with the Candidates: Sahar Fathi wants more diversity in politics Jun 20, 2012
At Large in Ballard: Notice to Vacate Jun 20, 2012
Green My Ballard: Edible Garden Tour offers insights, ideas and inspiration Jun 16, 2012
Land Use update: Starbucks' sidewalk café approved Feb 9, 2012
Ballard Siphon Replacement Project: UPDATE Jan 30, 2012
Reminder: Neighbors invited to design Ballard's newest park Jan 11, 2012
Reminder: Plastic bag ban goes into effect Dec 19, 2011
Ballard Coffee Works to open March 24 Nov 2, 2011
The Goods and Bads of Bumbershoot ‘11 Sep 6, 2011
Tully's on 22nd and Market is closing UPDATE Aug 26, 2011
Fred Meyer files Land Use application to expand Greenwood store, demolish Greenwood Market UPDATE Jul 14, 2011
Community Calendar Jun 13, 2011
Ballard author publishes debut novel (updated) Jun 8, 2011
Dispose your unused or expired meds at "Take Back Your Meds” events tomorrow Apr 29, 2011
NFFTY releases film festival teaser Mar 31, 2011
Ballard town hall meeting with Mayor McGinn Mar 31, 2011
Port of Seattle to hold candlelight service for Japan at Fishermen's Terminal Mar 30, 2011
At Large in Ballard: Cars & Cocktails: Part I Mar 29, 2011
Community Calendar Week of April 11, 2011 Mar 18, 2011
Meet the Press: Come meet the Ballard News-Tribune staff Feb 2, 2011
Woodland Park Zoo's limited edition elephant poo on sale Nov 30, 2010
Army Corps of Engineers and volunteers plant native plants along the Fremont Cut Nov 19, 2010
You Are What You Eat: Ginger is Hot! Nov 19, 2010
Blitzen and Dasher visit Swanson’s Nursery Nov 19, 2010
Ballardites unsure about bored tunnel, interested in learning more. Nov 18, 2010
"Ballard West" proposal to be presented at the Design Review Board on Monday Nov 18, 2010
Police Blotter: Choose your roommates wisely Nov 17, 2010
Ramp Work Scheduled for Emerson Street Overpass Nov 17, 2010
Land Use Bulletin: 15th Ave. live/work development Oct 28, 2010
Diversions Oct 25, 2010
Community Calendar Oct 25, 2010
You Are What You Eat: Green tomatoes, a sign of a sad summer Oct 3, 2010
Ballard swimming dominates Garfield Oct 2, 2010
3 KingCo games, 3 routs for Ballard football Oct 2, 2010
Greenwood Park community garden project gets underway Oct 1, 2010
Ballard-produced "Shuffle" makes it to SIFF May 11, 2010
Reality Mom: I can't do this May 10, 2010
Stop city council from committing to new housing growth targets May 10, 2010
18 Beavers qualify for KingCo track championships May 10, 2010
CONTACT US Nov 23, 2009
Interbay Whole Foods opens tomorrow, Oct. 13 Oct 12, 2009
Deadline extended for parks service awards Sep 30, 2009
Council seeks continued funding for crime reduction programs Sep 26, 2009
At The Majestic Bay- 'Quantum of Solace' disappoints Nov 21, 2008
Chamber welcomes new residents Nov 21, 2008
21st Century Viking: Honoring Edith Macefield Nov 21, 2008
21st Century Viking: The Viaduct, Ballard and you Nov 20, 2008
City to hold off on transit lane enforcment Nov 20, 2008
Council members will take budget questions Nov 20, 2008
School Board approves "capacity management plan" Nov 13, 2008
Mayor proposes completing "Missing Link" Sep 5, 2008
Noise complaints start already Sep 2, 2008
Photo exhibit shows grim future for polar bears Sep 2, 2008
Multi-family residences getting chance for composting Sep 2, 2008
New Athletic Director Sep 2, 2008
At Large in Ballard: The Oak Bluffs Dump Sep 2, 2008
Op-Ed - Ballard needs mass transit now Sep 2, 2008
SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON Jan 9, 2007
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON Jan 9, 2007
Grandparents experienced in child rearing ways Jan 9, 2007
School tenants deserve better Jan 9, 2007
Little League sign-ups Jan 9, 2007
Exciting new life ahead for Forssblad Jan 9, 2007
Stella Chao named neighborhood chief Jan 2, 2007
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