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Sponsored Post LEGAL NOTICE: Boundary Review Board Special Meeting is TONIGHT at 7pm

LEGAL NOTICE: Boundary Review Board Special Meeting is TONIGHT at 7pm

The Washington State Boundary Review Board For King County SPECIAL MEETING 7:00 P.M. Thursday, August 13, 2015 Bethaday Community Learning Space of the Technology Access Foundation 605 SW 108th Street,... [Read more]

Sponsored Post LEGAL NOTICE: Boundary Review Board Special Meeting will be Thurs., Aug. 13

LEGAL NOTICE: Boundary Review Board Special Meeting will be Thurs., Aug. 13

The Washington State Boundary Review Board For King County SPECIAL MEETING 7:00 P.M. Thursday, August 13, 2015 Bethaday Community Learning Space of the Technology Access Foundation 605 SW 108th Street,... [Read more]

Due to drought/heat, utility customers advised to ‘carefully manage water use’

Due to drought/heat, utility customers advised to ‘carefully manage water use’

Seattle Public Utilities announced on Monday (Aug. 3) that – due to low water levels and record-setting hot and dry weather – customers are “advised to carefully manage their water use.” “These... [Read more]

Sponsored Post LEGAL NOTICE: Notice of Public Hearing for Duwamish Area Annexation

LEGAL NOTICE: Notice of Public Hearing for Duwamish Area Annexation

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Washington State Boundary Review Board for King County Yesler Building, Room 240 400 Yesler Way Seattle WA 98104 (206) 477-0633  TTY: 711 CITY OF SEATTLE DUWAMISH AREA ANNEXATION... [Read more]

Northwest Hope & Healing’s Style ’15 Fashion Show Benefit will be April 30

Northwest Hope & Healing’s Style ’15 Fashion Show Benefit will be April 30

Advertiser 3 Wishes in Olde Burien wants to remind all our Readers that they can check out select fashions from this event at their store located at 929 SW 152nd Street; for more info please call (206)... [Read more]

Nina McLemore Trunk Show benefits Highline Music4Life

Nina McLemore Trunk Show benefits Highline Music4Life

The Music4Life™ initiative – including the local version called “Highline Music4Life” – has won corporate support from New York-based Nina McLemore, the clothing line for executive and... [Read more]

Burglary ring investigation leads Seattle Major Crimes Detectives to Burien home

Burglary ring investigation leads Seattle Major Crimes Detectives to Burien home

The Seattle Police Department is reporting that hundreds of suspected stolen items from robberies in Seattle ended up discovered inside a Burien home in the 12000 block of First Ave South Thursday morning,... [Read more]

Sponsored Post JOBS: Aacres holding hiring event on Thursday, March 5

JOBS: Aacres holding hiring event on Thursday, March 5

Aacres will be holding an onsite hiring event on Thursday, March 5: Aacres was founded in 1974 on the philosophy of providing individualized community supports for people with developmental disabilities.... [Read more]

Burien City Council dumps any possible North Highline annexation

Burien City Council dumps any possible North Highline annexation

by Jack Mayne Probably the last possible avenue to any thought of Burien annexing White Center and North Boulevard Park was shut down by a one-vote margin at the Burien City Council meeting Monday night. The... [Read more]

Seattle Council OKs resolution on possible North Highline annexation

Seattle Council OKs resolution on possible North Highline annexation

From our sister site The White Center Blog: The Seattle City Council quickly and unanimously approved on Monday (Dec. 15) a so-called “placeholder” resolution that could result in a vote by residents... [Read more]

Seattle City Council considering annexation of White Center

Seattle City Council considering annexation of White Center

From our sister site The White Center Blog: The Seattle City Council wants to ask the people of White Center and north Boulevard Park to vote on whether they want to be a part of Seattle. Annexation of... [Read more]

Burn ban lifted; beach fires can resume

Burn ban lifted; beach fires can resume

The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency on Tuesday (Dec. 2) lifted the burn ban for King, Kitsap, Pierce and Snohomish counties. For Seattle Parks and Recreation, this means that beach fires at Alki Beach Park,... [Read more]

Burien couple part of Seattle 48 Hours Film Screening Wednesday evening

Burien couple part of Seattle 48 Hours Film Screening Wednesday evening

Christine Kennedy and Christopher Stephan, both Burien residents, worked as part of team who entered the 48 Hour Film Project (48HFP), a competition where teams have only 48 hours to complete a film from... [Read more]

Seattle sued over $15/hour pay

Seattle sued over $15/hour pay

by Jack Mayne With the $15 minimum wage already law in SeaTac and recently in Seattle, the first of what promises to be many lawsuits was filed in Seattle federal court on Thursday (June 12). There are... [Read more]

Festival Premieres announced for local UFO film ‘The Maury Island Incident’

Festival Premieres announced for local UFO film ‘The Maury Island Incident’

The Seattle International Film Festival (“SIFF”) will host the North American premiere for locally-produced film “The Maury Island Incident” on Sunday, May 25, and the film will screen as an opening... [Read more]

Seattle vs. Denver Boys & Girls Club competition a ‘Win/Win’ for Youth

Seattle vs. Denver Boys & Girls Club competition a ‘Win/Win’ for Youth

Boys & Girls Clubs youth are celebrating a Denver victory – OFF the field – as the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver triumphed over our King County groups in the first ever ‘Boys & Girls Clubs Bow,’…

PHOTOS: Scenes from Wednesday’s Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl celebration

PHOTOS: Scenes from Wednesday’s Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl celebration

th crowd estimates ranging from 700,000 to 1 million, downtown Seattle was jam-packed with throngs of exuberant 12th Fans celebrating the Seattle Seahawks overwhelmingly awesome Super Bowl victory on Wednesday…

Burien native Rob Ketcherside releases his first book: ‘Lost Seattle’

Burien native Rob Ketcherside releases his first book: ‘Lost Seattle’

Burien native Rob Ketcherside has released his first book – called “Lost Seattle” – and as big supporters of local Authors and Artists we thought we’d share his good news. Like Eliot... [Read more]

VIDEO: Detectives seeking public’s help finding Burien ‘take-over’ bank robbers

VIDEO: Detectives seeking public’s help finding Burien ‘take-over’ bank robbers

Detectives from the King County Sheriff’s Office, Seattle Police Department and the FBI’s Safe Streets Task Force are investigating a series of five armed ‘take-over’ bank robberies –... [Read more]

After two years, Hanbleceya will be leaving Normandy Park by July 12

After two years, Hanbleceya will be leaving Normandy Park by July 12

Kerry Paulson of Hanbleceya. by Jack Mayne Kerry Paulson, managing partner of adult care home Hanbleceya says July 12 will be the organization’s last day in Normandy Park. Hanbleceya bills itself as... [Read more]

PHOTOS: Did you see the intense – and rare – ‘Sundog’ Saturday?

PHOTOS: Did you see the intense – and rare – ‘Sundog’ Saturday?

It’s either a sure sign of the apocalypse or that sunlight is simply refracting through ice crystals in high clouds – either way ol’ Sol put on quite a show with a ‘Sundog’ (or... [Read more]

Volunteers Wanted for West Duwamish Earth Day Habitat Help on April 20

Volunteers Wanted for West Duwamish Earth Day Habitat Help on April 20

Nature Consortium will bring together two live painters, over seven live musicians, and 500 shovel-wielding volunteers from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 20 for a unique Earth Day celebration in... [Read more]

New, Local ‘Food Swap Network’ Forms, Seeks Members

New, Local ‘Food Swap Network’ Forms, Seeks Members

A new local Food Swap network has formed, with the goal of finding support for residents to share food with one another. “I came from a family with a large garden and we always had too much produce,”... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Intercruises Job Fair Offers Opportunity to Become Ambassadors of Seattle

Intercruises Job Fair Offers Opportunity to Become Ambassadors of Seattle

Are you passionate about Seattle and the Northwest? Are you energetic, friendly and excited to welcome cruise ship guests as their “First Impression” of the “Emerald City”? Then... [Read more]

Guns, Stolen Goods and ‘Robbery Kits’ Recovered During Nearby Search

Guns, Stolen Goods and ‘Robbery Kits’ Recovered During Nearby Search

The King County Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday (Feb. 21) that it has arrested one person and plans to arrest another after they tried to sell stolen goods on Craigslist. “$22,000 worth... [Read more]

Seattle Still Wants North Highline, But Not Now

Seattle Still Wants North Highline, But Not Now

by Jack Mayne Seattle remains interested in annexing North Highline, but just not now. North Highline “Area Y” voters soundly rejected in November the proposal that the area join with Burien. Burien... [Read more]

King County & City of Seattle Announce Gun Buyback Program on Jan. 26

King County & City of Seattle Announce Gun Buyback Program on Jan. 26

King County announced Tuesday (Jan. 8) that they’re teaming up with the City of Seattle to hold a new Gun Safety Initiative, including a gun buyback program event planned for Saturday, Jan. 26. The... [Read more]

Metro Transit Adding More Buses to Ease Crowded Routes

Metro Transit Adding More Buses to Ease Crowded Routes

King County Metro Transit announced Tuesday (Oct. 23) that it is adding more buses to meet increased ridership demand between Burien, West Seattle and downtown Seattle. Starting Monday, Oct. 29, eight... [Read more]