Burien News Section

Port begins pilot program to allow visitors past security at Sea-Tac Airport

Port begins pilot program to allow visitors past security at Sea-Tac Airport

Remember the good ol’ days when you could wave goodbye at the airport gate as someone boarded a plane? Or you could welcome them with a hug at the gate of a domestic flight? Or grab a bite to eat... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices NW Realty Open Houses: New Burien, Seahurst Condo, Burien Cottage, Des Moines, Tukwila, West Seattle

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices NW Realty Open Houses: New Burien, Seahurst Condo, Burien Cottage, Des Moines, Tukwila, West Seattle

Real Estate Sponsor Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Northwest Real Estate will be holding 10 great Open Houses this weekend! The first Open House is brand new that has contemporary style and a spacious... [Read more]

Burien Actors Theatre’s holiday comedy <i>Handle with Care</i> opens Nov. 23

Burien Actors Theatre’s holiday comedy Handle with Care opens Nov. 23

Burien Actors Theatre’s new production of Handle with Care – a “delightfully fresh holiday comedy dusted with magic and brimming with romance,” will open on Friday, Nov. 23. This Northwest... [Read more]

City of Burien receives three proposals from developers for new hotel

City of Burien receives three proposals from developers for new hotel

Three hotel developers this week submitted proposals to the City of Burien construct a hotel on city-owned land downtown. The 1.3-acre proposed undeveloped property is located on SW 150th Street between... [Read more]

REMINDER: Volunteers needed for Walker Preserve Work Party on Nov. 17

REMINDER: Volunteers needed for Walker Preserve Work Party on Nov. 17

Volunteers are needed to join friends and neighbors on Saturday, Nov. 17, to help protect and restore Walker Preserve. This will be the final volunteer event of the year at this location. “Join us... [Read more]

Para Los Niños’ Annual Gala grosses $57,000, surpassing last year’s fundraiser

Para Los Niños’ Annual Gala grosses $57,000, surpassing last year’s fundraiser

Para Los Niños’ Annual Gala raised a gross amount of $57,600, which surpasses last year’s results. “All of this I do for my children and my community.” – Sandra Simarra Organizers... [Read more]

Trespasser eludes police, paddles around Lake Burien in kayak Wednesday

Trespasser eludes police, paddles around Lake Burien in kayak Wednesday

If you saw/heard a lot of police activity around the Lake Burien area on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 7, here’s what we know (as of 3:54 p.m.): Police responded to a trespassing call about a male subject... [Read more]

Fundraiser has started for Joan McGilton Rock Memorial Project at Seahurst

Fundraiser has started for Joan McGilton Rock Memorial Project at Seahurst

A group of friends and fellow community leaders have come together to honor longtime former Burien Councilmember and Mayor Joan McGilton’s legacy at Seahurst Park with a memorial rock and plaque…

Sponsored Post Holiday excitement is Blooming at Zenith Holland Gardens – come and see!

Holiday excitement is Blooming at Zenith Holland Gardens – come and see!

Our friends at Zenith Holland Gardens are ready to help you celebrate the holidays with classes, special events and all the best in trees, plants, gifts and decor to make your home and garden merry and... [Read more]

Launch Party for Burien Youth Council will be at Community Center this Friday

Launch Party for Burien Youth Council will be at Community Center this Friday

A Launch Party for the new Burien Youth Council will be held at the Burien Community Center this Friday, Nov. 9, starting at 4 p.m.: Are you ready to get involved within the community and make a difference? Then... [Read more]

Highline Public School graduation rate tops 81%

Highline Public School graduation rate tops 81%

More Highline Public Schools students are graduating than ever before – 81.1 percent – the district announced on Wednesday, Nov. 7. The graduation rate for the Class of 2018 is 81.1 percent, up from... [Read more]

ELECTION RESULTS: Nguyen, Jayapal, Cantwell all winning easily

ELECTION RESULTS: Nguyen, Jayapal, Cantwell all winning easily

The first round of results for Tuesday’s General Election are in, and here are the early returns: CANDIDATES Legislative District 34 State Senator: Joe Nguyen (Prefers Democratic Party): 27,440... [Read more]

‘The Maury Island Incident’ Mural has found a new home – in Des Moines

‘The Maury Island Incident’ Mural has found a new home – in Des Moines

During the filming of the award-winning film “The Maury Island Incident,” a local artist named Nancy Pahl was commissioned by Executive Producer John White to create a mural that visually... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Sit ’N Stay Pet Sitting is growing, thanks to wonderful fur-clients and their families

Sit ’N Stay Pet Sitting is growing, thanks to wonderful fur-clients and their families

From Advertiser Sit ’N Stay Pet Sitting: We’re growing! Thanks to our wonderful fur-clients and their families! Brittany Shelton from Sit ’N Stay Pet Sitting is thrilled to annouce the addition of... [Read more]

Burien Council rejects move to have new inspections of Fox Cove apartments

Burien Council rejects move to have new inspections of Fox Cove apartments

By Jack Mayne The Burien City Council again considered on Monday night (Nov. 5) what to do to help residents of the Fox Cove apartments (located at 149 SW 160th Street), who are under eviction notices... [Read more]

ART: See ‘Portraits of Puget,’ by our former Intern Bryan Shickley

ART: See ‘Portraits of Puget,’ by our former Intern Bryan Shickley

Former South King Media Intern Bryan Shickley has been creating ‘Portraits of Puget,’ some samples of which he is sharing with us. Bryan was a student at Burien’s Big Picture High School,... [Read more]

OBIT: Elizabeth Martin Williams, 83; memorial will be Thursday, Nov. 8

OBIT: Elizabeth Martin Williams, 83; memorial will be Thursday, Nov. 8

Elizabeth Williams, 1935 – 2018 Elizabeth Martin Williams, age 83, passed away peacefully September 20, 2018 due to Pulmonary Fibrosis, a chronic and progressive lung disease. She was born August 10,... [Read more]

Normandy Park family will decide fate of their turkeys based on Food Drive

Normandy Park family will decide fate of their turkeys based on Food Drive

Normandy Park residents Candace and Tay Krull are doing a rather unusual, Thanksgiving-themed fundraiser at their home – they’ve set up a voting system to decide on whether to pardon or eat their... [Read more]

Are you a Vet? You can get a FREE Brown Bear Car Wash this Sunday, Nov. 11

Are you a Vet? You can get a FREE Brown Bear Car Wash this Sunday, Nov. 11

As their way of saying “thank you” to our military, Brown Bear Car Wash will be offering FREE washes to current or former members of the military on Veterans Day, this Sunday, Nov. 11. The free “Beary... [Read more]