Islanders behind non-profit ski and snowboard museum
Jacket stolen from coat rack at I Love Pho; car prowled along 84th Avenue S.E.
Also, MIFD concludes investigations on recent East Mercer Way fires.
New gym and sandwich shop to open in January as Tatters clothing shop closes.
Community to weigh in on rethinking public spaces; how to attract retailers.
Agency expects to break record for most rides taken in its history
Donation hours are extended for holidays. Puget Sound Blood Center needs 900 units of blood every day to meet needs of 90 hospitals.
School boundaries will change with addition of fourth elementary school.
More than half of the proposed investment, $1.3 billion, would be spent meeting the requirements of House Bill 2776, the subject of the McCleary decision, by the second year of the 2015-2017 biennium.
The Chamber of Commerce presented owner Barb Hovsepian with the award on Thursday Dec. 4.
Litzow continues as chairman of the Senate Early Learning and K-12 Education Committee, which he began leading in 2013.
Activity rebounded in 2013 after the recession, and is expected to continue.
Despite power outage, Democrats pick Erwin as group readies for 2015 - 2015 election season on Dec. 6.
There are 44 active listings on the Island as of last month, which is low compared to numbers from 2013.
Islander wins award for a series of novels written for young readers.
Islanders gathered at Mercerdale Park Friday, Dec. 5 for the annual tree lighting ceremony, followed by the Firehouse Munch at the North-end fire station.
Police may start using mobile devices to scan fingerprints, which brought up civil liberties concerns at the last City Council meeting.
Islanders also report abandoned vehicles, burglary and thefts.
Islanders organize to oppose Sound Transit commuter parking project
Senn, who was recently re-elected as State Representative of 41st Legislative District, announced that Jan. 5 will be her last meeting on the Council.