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The group will lead a new Spanish literacy club for students in grades 3 to 5.
More than 260 people turned out to Washington State Ferries’ meeting Wednesday night regarding the final draft of the triangle route schedule slated to go… Continue reading
At the most recent fire board meeting late last month, the five commissioners unanimously passed a nearly $5.4 million budget for 2019, a 3 percent… Continue reading
Just two years ago on the island’s south end, King County created a 60-acre public forest from previously private land. After two recent acquistions, the… Continue reading
The initiative is in preparation of the viaduct closure next month.
The benefits of swimming for those with limited abilities are many, said Aquatics Manager Ann White.
Islanders who are bothered by noise from air traffic over Vashon delivered a petition to the Port of Seattle last week, appealing for the island’s… Continue reading
The old Cove Store, now a residential apartment building, is a part of island history.
Friends of longtime islanders Rex and Elizabeth Morris, concerned about the couple as they face the loss of their home of more than 30 years… Continue reading
Washington State Ferries released the final draft of its revised triangle route schedule this evening, just before tomorrow’s meeting about it in West Seattle. The… Continue reading
Free shuttle service to the meeting is available
Water District 19 will reissue new certificate following residential property policy
Santa and Mrs. Claus came to town Saturday night and joined in the parade and tree lighting in downtown Vashon, where they were greeted by… Continue reading
More than a year after the Vashon fire district began charging for ambulance transport to area hospitals, those fees are back in the spotlight, with… Continue reading