After Seattle City Councilmember Sally Clark announced that she was leaving her term early to take a job with the University of Washington, 44 applications spilled in to fill her position for the remainder of the year.
I woke up. I smelled the coffee.
Last season, the Seattle Mariners were playing for respect. This season, they’re playing for their first World Series rings. But this story is about some of the other teams that call Safeco Field and CenturyLink Field home.
Garfield High School isn’t a stranger to testing protests, and now it’s the students who are speaking out.
[Regarding “Public opinion to shape Smith Cove Park,” April 8:] With 50 percent more dogs than kids [in Seattle], I think it is time to accommodate the dogs.
Not everyone gets to meet an Easter bunny in person. But I did.
We have friendships for many different reasons: to experience the best in others, to experience the best in ourselves, to find comfort, at-ease conversation and to better understand our past, our present and definitely where we are headed next.
The dichotomy between homelessness and rising real estate prices has Seattle facing a dilemma: Whom should it cater to?
Mayor Ed Murray announced last week that the City of Seattle will prohibit funding any city employee travel expenses for city business to Indiana. The announcement came after the Midwest state passed Senate Bill 101, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Senate Bill 5954, a bill to link state college tuition to a percentage of the average state worker’s income, passed the state Senate earlier this month.