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The flat, easily-accessible trail connects to the island’s existing Shinglemill trail.
“You’re supposed to give and contribute to your community until the day you’re in a box.”
The events have helped foster an awareness and appreciation of Japanese Americans on the island.
The ailing dock will be closed to the public early next month.
The Burton Adventure Recreation Center site and the surrounding area have served many over the years
Storm runoff can lead to contaminants washing into streams, the ocean and aquifers.
Day-long workshops ranged from circus arts to printmaking, stage combat, cooking, singing and dance.
Organizer Peter Serko encourages the community to participate in a “commemoration” of World AIDS Day.
Gathered by lucky accident, data from the 4.6-magnitude quake could help assess bigger hazards.
Legislature will begin meeting Jan. 12.
The longtime resident and WWII veteran served Vashon-Maury Island in more ways than people can count
“His enthusiasm not only for the church but for the community as a whole was absolutely remarkable.”
The drunk driver involved in a crash that sent seven to the hospital has lost his license.
Zero Waste Vashon wants you to pay attention to what’s under your feet - the soil.
Scott Durkee made the moving art and hung it from the ceiling of the McMurray Middle School library.
Police dogs go to great lengths to support and protect their team. So did Robert Bennedsen.
The Vashon Island Automobile Club was started in 1914 by Oliver Van Olinda, Therkel Hansen and Fred Sherman. They designed a badge with a star… Continue reading
Local musical acts played to a full house at the release for their collective album “Vashon Calling”
A historic shift for health care as island is poised to join state network of hospital districts
The driver of a sedan rear-ended a van packed with juveniles, sending it colliding into a pole.