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Steve Martin and Martin Short discuss bringing their two-man comedy extravaganza back to Seattle.
The deadline for initiative petitions to be submitted is 5 p.m. on July 6.
Hundreds attended the annual farmers market, where students sold products from the school’s garden.
The Children’s Parade and the Grand Parade will begin at the 104th Ave. NE and Main St. intersection.
Changes increase access to transit services in the Puget Sound region
Barbara Mendoza Petersen, 81, loves giving back to her community, inspired by late brother.
The city will hold a public hearing during the July 9 city council meeting.
The Tourism Promotion Area Board has four openings for volunteers to serve in advisory roles.
Event to feature local comedians, food and more.
Riders will no longer pay additional surcharges for zones or travel during peak commute hours.
Initiative shines light on the risks of prescription opioid addiction and overdose.
An article on Matthew Henry courtesy of Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class James Green.
The event will begin at 7:30 p.m. and the fireworks will start at 10 p.m.
The deputies will carry out safety patrols on King County parks and trails for leashed pets.
The website will provide a hub for services and resources for labor and sex trafficking victims.
University of Washington Bothell will host a Pub Night Talk at McMenamins that will focus on crows.
King County Libraries are air conditioned and an option for locals to stay cool during summer heat.
The event will take place at Northshore Middle School from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Construction is set to begin this Saturday and last until mid-August.
Intersection work began at 208th Street Southeast and 14th Drive Southeast.