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Wednesday, November 10, 2010 3:27 AM
Queen Anne Cub Scouts Pack 70 & 72 ceremony on Sunday
The Order of the Arrow
Webelos Crossover & Arrow of Light Ceremony will take place from 2:30-3:30 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 14, at the Queen Anne United Methodist Church Sanctuary at 1606 Fifth Ave. W.
  • Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is now accepting applications for the fall round of the Neighborhood Matching Fund’s Small and Simple Projects Fund. The deadline for receipt of applications is 5 p.m. on Monday, October 8, 2012. 
  • Construction noise coming at Terminal 61
    Construction noise from a project at Terminal 91 is in the works.  Crews began work Aug. 6 and expect to be done by mid-September.  Normal construction hours will be between 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
  • Seattle Parks and Recreation and the Associated Recreation Council (ARC) invite youth ages 14-18 to apply for work as interns in the Recreation Technology or "RecTech" program in the summer of 2010.
    These internships provide young people with important skills in today's tech-savvy world. The program will bring them up to date on various tech skills and help make them more employable.
  • Queen Anne Rotary readies to shred it up
    Saturday, April 17, the Queen Anne Rotary Club, top-of-the-hill Safeway and SeaDruNar Recycling will be joining forces for a Post Tax-Day shredding and kick-off for Earth Day 2010.
  • PJ's Paws and Claws celebrates eight years
    PJ's Paws and Claws, a grooming salon for dog and cats in Magnolia Village, is celebrating eight years of business this April.
  • Briefs 4/7
    Spring flowers can be deadly for cats; animal shelter warns about lilies
    With the onset of spring and Easter just around the corner, the Seattle Animal Shelter warns cat owners about the dangers of Easter lilies, and other spring flowers.
  • Ecology penalties total $198,250 in the fourth

    quarter of 2009

    In the past three months, the Washington Department of Ecology issued $198,250 in penalties of $1,000 or more.

    Penalties are given in cases where non-compliance continues after the Department of Ecology has provided technical assistance or warnings, or for particularly serious violations. The department ensures compliance with laws written to protect Washington's air, land and water resources with both businesses and individuals.

    The most common accounts to receive penalties in the past three months included State Toxics Control, Oil Spill Prevention, Electronic Recyling and Underground Storage Tank. After a ruling with the Pollution Control Hearings Board, the final penalty amount will be determined.

    The penalty payment benefits four accounts at the Department of Ecology: environmental restoration and enhancement projects, research and development, permitting and regulatory programs, and education and assistance.
  • Queen Anne Church raises $50,000 for Haiti Relief Efforts
  • Port of Seattle CEO highlights need for Port infrastructure investments at National Port Summit

    Port of Seattle CEO Tay Yoshitani addressed port directors from across the nation at a "ports summit" held in San Diego this week.
  • Queen Anne Italian eatery Sorrentino has been completely redone to to restart the New Year.
  • McClure Middle School is hosting its annual open house at 6:30 p.m., Jan. 19.

    McClure, which sits in the heart of Queen Anne hill has about 600 studetns and is next to the Queen Anne Community C
  • KCTS 9 and PCC Natural Markets announce the return of the Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood Sweater Drive, the station's second year in partnership with PCC tobenefit Wellspring Family Services. KCTS 9 has participated in the drive for over a decade, collecting thousands of sweaters donated to those in need.
  • National forest roads in Washington to get funding

    Congress and the Obama administration are responding with on-the-ground results in response to appeals by a coalition of conservation groups and the state departments of Ecology and Fish & Wildlife.
  • Metro to increase fares

    King County Metro Transit is alerting riders of several changes that will take effect beginning Jan. 1, 2010. Those changes will affect transit fares, pass products and how riders transfer between buses and trains in the region.
  • Italian Cinema Festival coming to Seattle Center

    Movie lovers can explore contemporary Italian cinema with the "New Italian Cinema Festival" at Seattle Center, starting Nov. 17.

    Magnolia Soccer Club's World Cup is coming Sunday, Nov. 8
  • QFC locations seeing expansion, changes; Queen Anne, Interbay stores unaffected
  • ER not required for most flu patients

    In most cases there is no need to go to the hospital emergency room, according to the Public Health Department for Seattle & King County.
  • Video Isle owner Craig Wilson was actually sad to see Blockbuster, his main hilltop competitor, go, but he also anticipates a little bump in business, too.
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