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King County, local businesses offer ways to clean up after the New Year
Flags lowered to half-staff during memorial for officer in Tacoma
Union reps say negotiations have stalled since they began in April.
Nine-year-old Ezra Lucien runs BRAGG project to help other children
It’s a hodgepodge mix, but large investment companies own a substantial chunk.
The large police presence at The Landing Target was no crime response, but in fact officers and school students shopping for nail polish, silverware, socks,… Continue reading
An east-west route could tie in with the proposed ultra-high-speed rail between B.C. and Portland.
Six other employees are being tested for the infection
King County Council allocates over $200,000 to local projects and schools
Suspension expected to begin in January
There’s a wide range of subjects they hope to address when the 2020 session begins next month.
The transit agency reported in October that black riders were more likely than others to get fined.
Seventeen technical and community colleges will use the funds for scholarships, grants
Residents get a chance to ask about bathrooms, routes and parking
Seattle’s homelessness committee aligned the city’s plan with King County’s.
Sharon Hunter said the horses would be staying on the land for just a few weeks — but it’s alleged she more or less abandoned them there.
An update to the King County climate action plan should include an environmental justice framing as it’s developed over the coming months. The King County… Continue reading
Artistic Director Bennyroyce Royon introduces himself with “The Nutcracker”
Chamber of commerce ends the year in style
The agreement would consolidate emergency services for people experiencing homelessness.