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  • L&I fines three companies for violations related to fatal crane collapse
    L&I fines three companies for violations related to fatal crane collapse
    The Washington Department of Labor & Industries has fined three companies more than $100,000 for safety violations that resulted in the collapse of a crane at the Google campus in South Lake Union that killed four people on April 27.
  • Amazon makes large investment in city council election
    Amazon makes large investment in city council election
    City council candidates endorsed by the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce’s political action committee are set to get a big boost in support from a $1.05 million contribution from Amazon, made just three weeks before the general election.
  • Playmakers shine in upcoming production of 'Radium Girls'
    Playmakers shine in upcoming production of 'Radium Girls'
    The Ballard High School Playmakers have a history of diving into heavy theatrical works with political and societal messages. While the material may be dated, there’s plenty to unravel in the upcoming production of D.W. Gregory’s “Radium Girls.”
  • Monster pumpkins
    Monster pumpkins

    Greg Shaw planted his first pumpkin seed 50 years ago in Magnolia.
    On a Magnolia street like many others, the 72-year-old man has spent years planting, cultivating and decorating for pumpkins that can grow up to be as much as 500 pounds.

  • Local organizers plan Queen Anne Urban Survival Skills Fair
    Local organizers plan Queen Anne Urban Survival Skills Fair
    The Queen Anne Block Watch Captains Network is organizing a comprehensive Urban Survival Skills Fair to help educate neighbors on how to prepare for and work together during a major disaster.
    
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  • Monster pumpkins

    Greg Shaw planted his first pumpkin seed 50 years ago in Magnolia.
    On a Magnolia street like many others, the 72-year-old man has spent years planting, cultivating and decorating for pumpkins that can grow up to be as much as 500 pounds.

  • Playmakers shine in upcoming production of 'Radium Girls'
    The Ballard High School Playmakers have a history of diving into heavy theatrical works with political and societal messages. While the material may be dated, there’s plenty to unravel in the upcoming production of D.W. Gregory’s “Radium Girls.”

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