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Meeting about housing project set for next week

County officials from the Department of Community and Human Services will attend.

New documentary focuses on dams, orcas’ dependence on salmon

“Dammed to Extinction” will show at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at the Vashon Theatre.

Park district revises 2019 budget, plans ahead

Board approved several cuts and voted to delay items ahead of November levy election.

Event to offer solutions for living with smoke from wildfires

Islanders will learn about the actions they can take to protect their bodies and homes.

Old, new candidates line up to run for island board positions

Familiar faces and newcomers alike have filed to retain their elected posts or run for public boards

VCC to host caregiver resource fair

Elder care resources will be shared. The event will feature a guest speaker.

Town hall event will bring legislators to the island

State Rep. Eileen Cody and Sen. Joe Nguyen will discuss climate, healthcare, ferry issues Monday.

Park district receives grant for new playground

Will help fulfill a “playground for all” concept serving island’s children, seniors and disabled.

Islanders file to run for board positions

Most candidates are running unopposed.

Car hits ACE Hardware in Thriftway parking lot

“We’re just thankful nobody was hurt.”

County donates retired van to Park District

Program will allow for district to offer transportation to seniors, teens to attend events.

County considers island shellfish operation proposal

Officials to consider if project would have significant adverse environmental effects.

County, land trust debut new trail at marine park

Part of effort to create island-wide network of trails connecting parks and open spaces on island.

Governor signs bills to aid orcas, bolster salmon

Legislation covers array of protections.

Island nonprofit raises money to complete skate park project

Construction could begin later this year on what organizers call Phase 2 of the BARC master plan.

Storyteller tackles fear of death and dying

Allison Cox will share stories about the end of life this Sunday at the Land Trust Building.

Islander rolls out Syrian food cart

“If the Vashon community supported this business, it would be great.”

Park district levy fails to pass

“Fifty-two cents wasn’t for anything fluffy, it was addressing stuff needing to be addressed.”

Prominent activist to give talk next weekend

Winona LaDuke will speak at the Vashon Theater about her experiences, life and work.

Island nonprofit raising funds for skate park project

“This is because of what the park can and will do for so many in this community.”