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  • Residents building Queen Anne Block Watch Network
    Many hands make light work, and many eyes make safer communities. Queen Anne has had block watches spread around the neighborhood for decades, but now an effort is underway to band together to create a communication and resource network greater than the sum of its parts.
  • F45 Training finds function in Queen Anne
    F45 Training has reached the Pacific Northwest from Down Under, with a new franchise location opening up in Queen Anne on Saturday, Jan. 26.
  • Kaplan seeks Magnolia Community Council support for ADU appeal
    Queen Anne Community Council member Marty Kaplan made an appearance at the most recent Magnolia Community Council meeting in hopes of generating support for the appeal opposing plans to incentivize building more accessory dwelling units in Seattle.
  • Hilltop Ale House regular taking over business
    The Hilltop Ale House is changing hands, but the new owner plans on keeping everything that’s made it a neighborhood spot for nearly three decades just the same.
  • Mother wants justice for Leo Schneider

    Four months after a rollover collision outside Cle Elum hospitalized Leo Schneider, his family said their goodbyes in the early morning of Jan. 12. For Leo’s mother Sylvia Bolton, who stayed by his side at Seattle Children’s Hospital all that time, it was one of many.
    “It is four months of losing him every day,” she said. “It is so devastating and so big, I am in some way trying to keep going.”

    
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  • Residents building Queen Anne Block Watch Network
    Many hands make light work, and many eyes make safer communities. Queen Anne has had block watches spread around the neighborhood for decades, but now an effort is underway to band together to create a communication and resource network greater than the sum of its parts.
  • Seattle Public Schools answer levy replacement questions
    Seattle Public School administrators spent Tuesday evening explaining to parents, teachers and other interested parties how the two proposed levies on the February ballot would benefit students across the expansive district.

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