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Thursday, October 19, 2017 2:30 PM

Selected reports from the Seattle Police Department’s West Precinct. They represent the officers’ accounts of the events described.


  • Selected reports from the Seattle Police Department’s West Precinct. They represent the officers’ accounts of the events described.


  • Concerns over size, scope of Garfield Exchange plans
    Around 50 people were on hand a public meeting last Tuesday evening at the Queen Anne Community Center on the future of the Garfield Exchange Building at 1529 4th Ave. W., and plans to add a fourth floor to the historic building.
  • Outside counsel costs, case outcomes at heart of city attorney's race
    Accusations of financial carelessness, a strained relationship with police, and ineffectiveness in the courtroom have marked the contentious race for city attorney between two-term incumbent Pete Holmes and challenger Scott Lindsay. 
  • Saying 'sew' long
    After nearly four decades, Nancy's Sewing Basket to close, marking the end of an era for Queen Anne Avenue retail
  • School Board candidates trade barbs during Uptown Alliance forum

    Tense moments punctuated a forum hosted by the Uptown Alliance on Tuesday night featuring five of the six candidates for Seattle School Board.

  • Selected reports from the Seattle Police Department’s West Precinct. They represent the officers’ accounts of the events described.
  • Steinbrueck, Shridhar seek Port Commission vacancy as Albro departs

    While incumbents are defending their seats in a pair of Port of Seattle Commission races, the five-person board is guaranteed at least one new member this fall.


  • Making 'Mini Strides'

    Hosted by Aegis of Queen Anne at Rodgers Park, dozens lapped the track outside the senior living community for nearly two hours, raising money for the American Cancer Society.


  • And the winners are ...

    Queen Anne Chamber hosts annual awards luncheon

  • Taste of Queen Anne set for October 21

    Banchero Hall at St. Anne’s Church (101 W. Lee St.) will once again play host to the annual Taste of Queen Anne on Oct. 21 from 6:30 to 9 p.m.


  • Temporary Seattle Mayor Tim Burgess introduced his 2018 budget proposal to city council last Monday, which will include funding for sexual abuse survivors, enhanced food security, protections for survivors of domestic violence and to assess a retirement savings program for residents.
  • School Board candidate forum set for next Tuesday
    The Uptown Alliance will host all six candidates for Seattle School Board during at forum at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (15 Roy St.) on Tuesday night from 7 to 9 p.m.
  • How sweet it is

    Chocolopolis retools; moves from Queen Anne to Interbay

  • New transit lane coming to Denny Way

    Riders of Metro’s Route 8 may notice something different as they travel between Uptown and Capitol Hill.


  • Selected reports from the Seattle Police Department’s West Precinct. They represent the officers’ accounts of the events described.


  • Seattle candidates talk human services
    The Seattle Human Services Coalition brought candidates for mayor, city council and city attorney together last Wednesday, Sept. 20, to discuss ways they would work to help the homeless and curb racial and social inequity most greatly affecting low-income residents.
  • Giving back

    Halloween may be more than a month away, but you wouldn’t have known it on Friday at the Seattle Children’s Museum.

     
  • Session in review

    Paid family and sick leave, bills supporting foster children among successes 

  • Moon, Durkan face off on homelessness, housing during first general election debate
    The next Seattle mayor will hit the ground running in late November, after child sex abuse allegations resulted in Ed Murray’s early departure from office.
  • Uptown rezone hearing attracts big crowd
    A public hearing hosted by the Seattle City Council to discuss a proposed rezone to the Uptown neighborhood drew hundreds to SIFF Cinema Uptown last Monday night. Councilmembers Sally Bagshaw, (who represents District 7) Mike O’Brien, Tim Burgess and Rob Johnson were on hand, with Johnson facilitating public comment.
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