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The plan sets a number of goals outlining King County’s actions on climate change.
Strong disagreement between union and officials over how to proceed with cuts to reduce deficit.
“I help because I want to do the most good possible with the life I have been given.”
Event last weekend celebrated work that transformed Paradise Ridge park into riding destination.
Mark McGough, who joined the staff in 2016, has stepped down.
Discussion ranged from President Trump to jobs, the environment, health care, taxes and immigration.
The cause of death is still undermined.
Hosp. district candidates took questions about themselves, their priorities if elected in November.
A Pirate Pride was on display at Vashon High School last Friday.
An email sent to Caffé Vita employees about homeless people in their stores set off a controversy.
“The respect that she had in the community and her knowledge is just unsurpassed.”
Neighborcare Health is closed on Saturdays for the remainder of the year and it’s not clear at what point in 2020 it will be open… Continue reading
Commissioner candidates will speak from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the United Methodist Church.
By Christopher Phillips Greetings, stargazers. We begin the month of October with the moon passing through its first quarter phase, providing us with a picturesque… Continue reading
Michaella Olavarri knows a thing or two about baking. She knows how to cook cuisine from all over the world and boasts 30 years of… Continue reading
“The ocean’s story is our story. We are completely connected to the sea.”
Without passing a levy in November, the district will stand to lose about 80% of its annual revenue.
Topics discussed included permitting, senior center funding and crime and safety.
Proposed ordinance to change development regulations now open for public comment.