Proposed cuts to Metro bus service may be averted because of a fare increase approved by the county council and a funding measure that King County voters will decide on in April.
Over, under and through — that’s how islander Deborah Anderson instructs parents of children with disabilities to help their children discover and connect with their inner strength, the part, she said, that is not challenged
The ferry proposal we learned of last week is drastically different than the one first proposed by the state last year. Rather than overhauling the north-end schedule, the new proposal seems to reflect the community’s desire for even better service on the triangle route, which has frequent delays. We hope state lawmakers will now follow suit and approve the funds that will make this plan work.
Voice of Vashon has been granted a permit from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to start an FM radio station on the island
An island man has opened the first medical marijuana dispensary in Vashon town.
King County is requiring that one business on Vashon, the Seattle Distilling Company, obtain a permit that complies with the Vashon Town Plan.
An interim pastor recently began serving the Vashon Lutheran Church and will focus his efforts on readying the congregation for a new full-time minister.
The Vashon Library, under construction for more than a year, is nearing completion and is set to reopen by the end of March.
Cancer is no laughing matter, but on the last Friday night in January at the Red Bike, eight comedians stood up for their friend and fellow comic — and cancer patient — Andy Royer. With the hope of raising money to help Royer defray the exorbitant costs of his ongoing cancer treatment, islanders Jim Farrell and Steffon Moody invited Seattle comedians Andrew Rivers and Cory McMichaelis to headline the benefit show.
It’s clear that a Vashon Town Plan plan change being considered by the county would be good for a group of three investors hoping to manufacture edible marijuana products on Vashon.
The Vashon Island School District is one of 16 Washington schools recently selected to take part in a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) project to improve sexual health education.
The Vashon Rural Services Center, which offers county services on the island, will move into town this week.