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  • Two District 7 Your Voice, Your Choice projects moving forward
    Two District 7 Your Voice, Your Choice projects moving forward
    The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods announced the results of a Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks and Streets Program on Wednesday. Two of eight District 7 project finalists, each valued at roughly $100,000, will advance for implementation.
  • A merry Market Street Singers concert
    A merry Market Street Singers concert

    The Market Street Singers is a large choral ensemble and tour-de-force, always looking for a larger venue in which to perform. Artistic director Chris Vincent predicts tight, but merry quarters during this year’s free holiday concerts at Ballard First Lutheran Church, 2006 NW 65th St. “Your Holiday Song” will have a first performance 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, and then at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8.

  • Security Properties submits Early Design Guidance packet for Magnolia Albertsons redevelopment
    Security Properties submits Early Design Guidance packet for Magnolia Albertsons redevelopment
    Security Properties believes redevelopment of the Magnolia Albertsons site will be the first mixed-use project with a grocery store to attempt to qualify for the City of Seattle’s Living Building Challenge pilot program.
  • Bayview resident makes his own way
    Bayview resident makes his own way
    David Wesley’s passion for designing solutions didn’t stop when he moved to the Bayview senior living community in Queen Anne with his wife, but now the retired Boeing employee's focus is on improving mobility from the ground rather than the sky.
    “That wasn’t exactly the Wright Brothers’ direction,” he said. “They went from bicycles to airplanes.”
  • Serial arsonist receives 89-month sentence
    Serial arsonist receives 89-month sentence

    Matthew D. Hooper has been sentenced to 89 months in prison for setting four fires in Queen Anne and Ballard last fall. The four-alarm Gascoigne Lumber fire set on Nov. 10 was the most intense, causing more than $4 million in damage.

    
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  • A merry Market Street Singers concert

    The Market Street Singers is a large choral ensemble and tour-de-force, always looking for a larger venue in which to perform. Artistic director Chris Vincent predicts tight, but merry quarters during this year’s free holiday concerts at Ballard First Lutheran Church, 2006 NW 65th St. “Your Holiday Song” will have a first performance 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, and then at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8.

  • Queen Anne Scouts prepare for annual Christmas tree lot
    The annual Queen Anne Christmas tree lot at Safeway has long been run by Boy Scout Troop 72.
    This year the organization allowed girls to join the Scouts, and they will also be helping to sell trees from Nov. 29 to Dec. 21. Proceeds benefit the Queen Anne Food Bank.
  • Bayview resident makes his own way
    David Wesley’s passion for designing solutions didn’t stop when he moved to the Bayview senior living community in Queen Anne with his wife, but now the retired Boeing employee's focus is on improving mobility from the ground rather than the sky.
    “That wasn’t exactly the Wright Brothers’ direction,” he said. “They went from bicycles to airplanes.”

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