Eagle Scout Riess Magee is building steps on eroded trail at Chelsea Park

Eagle Scout Riess Magee is building steps on eroded trail at Chelsea Park

Local resident Riess Magee is working on an Eagle Scout Project at Chelsea Park, installing steps on an eroded trail from the playground down to the soccer field below. Riess is from Troop #392 of Normandy... [Read more]

City Council told crime down slightly – but that was before a tragic shooting death

City Council told crime down slightly – but that was before a tragic shooting death

By Jack Mayne In a long and routine meeting Monday night (Sept. 17), the Burien City Council delved into many intricate changes in internal policy, and also heard that crime was a little bit down and Major... [Read more]

UPDATE: City of Burien shares update on Power outage on 1st Ave South

UPDATE: City of Burien shares update on Power outage on 1st Ave South

A power outage on 1st Ave South is still affecting several businesses and intersections, and the City of Burien shared this update: Currently, the city has a generator powering the traffic signal at SW... [Read more]

UPDATE: Two teen gang members arrested in connection with tragic shooting

UPDATE: Two teen gang members arrested in connection with tragic shooting

The King County Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday that two suspects – both teenage gang members – have been arrested in connection with a drive-by shooting that tragically took the life of... [Read more]

Car stolen from Kennedy Catholic High School parking lot

Car stolen from Kennedy Catholic High School parking lot

A car was stolen on Monday (Sept. 17) right out of the Kennedy Catholic High School school parking lot in Burien, and police are seeking the public’s help. Reports are that a guy walked right... [Read more]

Hurry – the online registration for Sept. 30 Burien Brat Trot ends in one week!

Hurry – the online registration for Sept. 30 Burien Brat Trot ends in one week!

Chase Bret the Brat on Sunday, Sept. 30 through the streets of Burien with a fast, fun and frivolous 5K run to benefit the students of Highline Public Schools! Stay after for Bavarian Fest, the best street... [Read more]

Power outage caused by digging knocks out electricity in Burien

Power outage caused by digging knocks out electricity in Burien

A power outage caused by digging knocked out power to nearly 130 customers in Burien Thursday morning, Sept. 20. The outage in around 1st Ave South, and appears to start at SW 152nd Street on the south... [Read more]

Large fight injures police officer in Burien Tuesday night

Large fight injures police officer in Burien Tuesday night

A large fight – where seven or so subjects jumped a person and knocked them unconscious – also injured a police officer in Burien Tuesday night, Sept. 18. The fight broke out near SW 124th Street and... [Read more]

Next Highline Forum will include updates on SAMP & more at The Cove Sept. 26

Next Highline Forum will include updates on SAMP & more at The Cove Sept. 26

The next Highline Forum will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 26, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Normandy Park Community Club, also known as The Cove. At the Forum, members will receive updates on the Sustainable... [Read more]

BREAKING: Shooting kills woman working at Burien chiropractic office Wed.

BREAKING: Shooting kills woman working at Burien chiropractic office Wed.

BREAKING: A 51-year old woman was killed by a stray bullet in a shooting near SW 152nd Street and 1st Ave South in Burien Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 19, 2018. Police say that the 51-year-old female victim... [Read more]

FREE Artists’ Networking, Elevator Speeches, Grants & more coming up

FREE Artists’ Networking, Elevator Speeches, Grants & more coming up

Some upcoming events for Burien Artists: Networking & Elevator Speeches for Artists presented by Artist Trust The elevator speech is often used in the business world. It’s based on the idea that... [Read more]

SoCo Culture’s ‘Engaging Trees’ Speaker Series kicks off tonight in Des Moines

SoCo Culture’s ‘Engaging Trees’ Speaker Series kicks off tonight in Des Moines

SoCo Culture’s Engaging Trees Speaker Series, which explores the vital role of trees in our lives begins TONIGHT – Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018 – in Des Moines. This free event will include a panel... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Come celebrate Madi’s 1st Anniversary with free apps & giveaways this FRIDAY!

Come celebrate Madi’s 1st Anniversary with free apps & giveaways this FRIDAY!

It seems like just yesterday that Madi’s Steakhouse in Des Moines opened their doors, grilling up all the best in steaks, seafood, chicken and more (ever tried Elk?), but actually it has been a year! As... [Read more]

Location of proposed hotel revealed; city seeking proposals from developers

Location of proposed hotel revealed; city seeking proposals from developers

The City of Burien is seeking proposals from hotel developers for the construction of a hotel on City-owned land in downtown Burien. The 1.3-acre undeveloped property is located on SW 150th between 1st... [Read more]

Burien businesses invited to weigh in on potential ban of plastic bags Sept. 28

Burien businesses invited to weigh in on potential ban of plastic bags Sept. 28

The Burien City Council is discussing a potential ban on single use plastics in the city because of concerns about the damaging effects of plastics in the natural environment. A roundtable discussion will... [Read more]

Burien Actors Theatre’s Script Club will meet this Thursday, Sept. 20

Burien Actors Theatre’s Script Club will meet this Thursday, Sept. 20

Burien Actors Theatre’s Script Club took a month off, but it is back and bigger and better than ever before – it now meets twice a month, once during the day and once in the evening! BAT’s... [Read more]

Burien’s first-ever B-Town Fiesta will be this Sunday at Town Square Park

Burien’s first-ever B-Town Fiesta will be this Sunday at Town Square Park

Hola, Burien! New to the Discover Burien annual event lineup is the ‘B-Town Fiesta,’ to be held this coming Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018 at Town Square Park. “Gather your friends, relatives... [Read more]

Sponsored Post DAL Law Firm: For Sale by Owner Transactions

DAL Law Firm: For Sale by Owner Transactions

From Advertiser DAL Law Firm: For Sale by Owner Transactions Many people have asked the questions, “Do I need a real estate attorney to sell or buy my house?” Buying or selling a home is best done... [Read more]

CALL FOR ARTISTS: Paintings & Installations wanted for window display

CALL FOR ARTISTS: Paintings & Installations wanted for window display

CALL FOR ARTISTS: WHAT: Paintings and Installation in the Agema office front window at the SE corner of SW 152nd Street and 9th Ave SW in Olde Burien. WHEN: Currently looking to feature one artist per... [Read more]

Port of Seattle expands its efforts to support Immigrants and Refugees

Port of Seattle expands its efforts to support Immigrants and Refugees

In celebration of National Citizenship Day, the Port of Seattle this week announced new partnerships with One America and World Relief to support local immigrant and refugee populations travelling through... [Read more]

FOLLOWUP: Bond buys new schools, paint, roofing & more

FOLLOWUP: Bond buys new schools, paint, roofing & more

Highline Public Schools on Monday, Sept. 17 released the following status report on projects big and small voters approved in the Nov. 2016 Highline Public Schools bond: New Schools on Schedule Contractors... [Read more]

Dan the Sausageman nominated for county’s 2018 ‘Small Business of the Year’

Dan the Sausageman nominated for county’s 2018 ‘Small Business of the Year’

Burien business Dan the Sausageman was nominated for the King County’s Executive’s Small Business of the Year for 2018. As if being named “Small Business of the Year” for Washington... [Read more]

VIDEOS/PHOTOS: Zombie Fest Northwest was fun, educational & scary

VIDEOS/PHOTOS: Zombie Fest Northwest was fun, educational & scary

The 7th annual Zombie Fest Northwest was held at the Normandy Park Towne Center on Saturday, Sept. 15, and who knew that learning about disaster preparedness could be so fun…or scary? Zombies... [Read more]

Seattle Southside Chamber: <i>It is a wonderful thing to have a good neighbor, but it is even a greater thing to be a good neighbor</i>

Seattle Southside Chamber: It is a wonderful thing to have a good neighbor, but it is even a greater thing to be a good neighbor

It is a wonderful thing to have a good neighbor, but it is even a greater thing to be a good neighbor. By Andrea H. Reay CEO/President Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce It is a wonderful thing to... [Read more]

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