What a difference a month of digging in municipal and newspaper
archives can do to our understanding of our urban history and our
With a guaranteed three, and potentially four, new faces on the
Seattle School Board this fall, the composition of the seven-seat
council is sure to have a different look come November.
Is it the ghosts and goblins that line our street every Halloween
year? Maybe it’s the haunted alley up in Magnolia that draws
thousands of trick-or-treaters every year.
Whether you live in a neighborhood, apartment complex or downtown,
pets that have strayed from their home, have been stolen or even
intentionally abandoned are commonly reported on neighborhood websites.
Recent testing conducted on the site of a future tent encampment in
Interbay has uncovered no potential health hazards from chemicals
present in the soil underneath the location’s asphalt groundcover.
The time is here — the time when we hunker down and get cozy with an
incredible book, and the time when breezy, summer-beach reads give way
to the incredible literature that rears its beautiful head in the fall.
The upcoming Seattle City Council elections will determine the future
of our neighborhoods and our remaining stock of low-income housing.
It’s all on the line.
Queen Anne business owner Debbie Oberbillig was named as one of five
finalists for the Women Business Owners’ 2014 Nellie Cashman
Woman Business Owner of the Year Award (“The Nellie”).