Memorial Day Observance set for Monday

A Memorial Day Observance will take place at Ft. Lawton Post Cemetery at 11 a.m. on May 27.

Get Growing: Snip, pinch and chop: Pruning for summer flowers

As gardeners we are so proud to see growth that we’ve helped encourage. For example, houseplant parents may post about a new leaf on their Philodendron ‘Birkin,’ while other gardeners might flaunt pix of newly sprouted seedlings.

Musical Theater Club presents 'Moana'

Last weekend, audiences young and old gathered to see “Moana” by the Musical Theater Club of Coe Elementary School.

King County OKs unincorporated minimum wage hike, ties national high

The King County Council has approved an ordinance that will increase the minimum wage in unincorporated parts of King County.

Seattle grows amid population declines in major cities in the West

The populations of Washington state’s three biggest cities – Seattle, Spokane and Tacoma – remained fairly stable, according to population estimates released Wednesday by the U.S. Census Bureau.

‘This is serious’: Violent crime in unincorporated Pierce County alarms officials

Gun crime trends in unincorporated Pierce County have officials worried. According to data presented to the Pierce County Public Safety Committee, in 2024, there have been 58 crimes involving firearms in unincorporated Pierce County through March 2024.

Signature gathering begins for WA ballot measure to repeal natural gas phase out

A court challenge over the title of an initiative to the ballot concerning the natural gas phase out in Washington has ended.

Are home sellers on strike in Washington? Realtors speculate on the market

Springtime typically sees increased buyer and seller activity when it comes to houses. But in Washington state, “Sellers are on strike,” according to Jeff Smart, president of Washington Realtors.

Recipe: Soy-slicked salmon adds a fishy twist to Banh mi

This two-fisted sandwich is inspired by a Vietnamese banh mi. Banh mi is a fusion of Vietnamese and French cuisines.

Capital projects levy community forum set

The public is welcome to join Superintendent Jay Brower and the Board of Directors for a Community Forum Work Study Meeting focused on the District's Capital Facilities Plan.

Savvy Senior: Financial and legal resources for grandparents raising grandchildren

Are there any programs that you can refer me to that financially help grandparents who are raising their grandkids? I’m raising two of my grandchildren and could use some help.

Seattle Public Schools to reveal plan on Wednesday to fix $104M budget deficit

Seattle Public Schools is set to present an update on Wednesday to its “well-resourced schools” plan to address a $104 million budget deficit.

A shining night with Magnolia Chorale

Magnolia Chorale’s 35th anniversary concerts on May 4-5 were a hit! With full houses for both the Saturday Evening Gala and the Sunday Matinee concert.

Free outdoor yoga classes in Lake Union Park this summer

Flow Fitness is hosting Flow in the Park - a series of free yoga classes this summer on the waterfront at beautiful Lake Union Park.

Six-week period of Link light rail service disruptions underway

Link 1 Line service is undergoing a series of disruptions as crews work to connect the line to future extensions and perform necessary maintenance.