September 18, 2020

Good Afternoon Neighbors, Fall isn’t the only season that kicks off in September- it’s also budget season! In less than two weeks, Mayor Durkan will transmit her budget to City Council for deliberation. This month, I’ve been on a listening tour of the district, meeting with community groups to hear about their budget priorities this

February 7, 2019

From the District: Based on forecasts from the National Weather Service and our partners at the City of Seattle, there is a high chance of significant snow and icy road conditions on Fri., Feb. 8 and Sat., Feb. 9. Student and staff safety are our top priority. In an abundance of caution, students will be released

October 28, 2018

By reporter Steven Smalley A fuzzy image of a young white man was acquired using infrared video inside Figurehead Brewing on 21st Avenue West near Caffe Appassionato Thursday as the establishment became another victim of a burglary. The back door was forced and heavily damaged causing most of the costly harm. Security footage showed the

September 27, 2018

Learn how to make an emergency toilet, operate an automated external defibrillator (AED), and other handy city life hacks at the Urban Survival Skills Fair on Sept. 30 next to Victory Heights Park. Hosted by Seattle Emergency Hubs, the fair will feature booths and information for those interested in emergency preparedness.

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September 20, 2018

Join the Emerald City Women’s Chorus for its fall session after a successful first year making delightful music together The Emerald City Women’s Chorus, a non-audition chorus in north Seattle, is gearing up for its second year. The chorus extends an invitation to women of all ages and all voice parts to join this fun