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End of an era: Kohl-Welles announces upcoming retirement from Council

Kohl-Welles has represented District 4 — which includes most of Northwest Seattle — on the council since 2016.

Emerging from the ashes

Fundraiser set up to help QA business owner, others affected by devastating fire.

Aegis Living Queen Anne hosts lunch as part of MLK Day of Service

Around a lunch table, residents, team members, and volunteers — ranging in age from 30 to 99 — discussed a variety of topics.

Fountainhead Gallery hosting reading of late Queen Anne author’s book

Madeleine Wilde’s column “Notes from the Garden” appeared in the Queen Anne & Magnolia News for more than two decades.

Seattle Pacific board hires new president

Deana Porterfield comes from Roberts Wesleyan (N.Y.) University.

Convention Center Summit building opens

After four years and a cost of nearly $2 billion, the Seattle Convention Center Summit building opened to the public last week.

News briefs: Seattle Opera offers performance of ‘The Jungle Book’

The show is for opera fans of all ages and will be performed by Seattle Opera’s youth program participants.

Sound Transit hosting open house on Link study results

Residents are invited to attend a Sound Transit open house from 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Feb. 8.

Seattle Center offering free Workout Wednesdays

The free "drop-in" yoga and Zumba classes are open to all ages and experience levels.

21Boston: Forging ahead

Workers making progress at construction site in upper Queen Anne.

Lawmakers introduce Washington State Wealth Tax

The bills, SB 5486 and HB 1473, would create a 1 percent property tax to be paid by a few hundred multimillionaires across the state.

Library co-sponsoring Black-owned business symposium

This Black History Month kickoff event provides tools, resources and information to empower entrepreneurs and business owners.

2023 garden trend highlights: Robots and witches

A roundup of predicted garden trends worldwide for 2023.

Use a slow cooker to create game-day pick-me-ups

Dips, small bites and other finger foods are staples when the game is on because they can be eaten in front of the big screen.

Councilmember Andrew Lewis announces re-election campaign

He currently represents District 7, which includes Queen Anne, Uptown and a portion of Magnolia and Interbay.

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