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Governor Chris Gregoire and other elected officials are participating in a groundbreaking tomorrow (Tuesday, June 29th) from 2pm - 3pm to kick off major construction for the S. Holgate Street to S. King Street viaduct replacement. The goal of this project is to remove half...

NEWS Pioneer Square riding on new hotel's success (King5 News) A brand-new hotel opened its doors in Seattle, just in time for the summer tourist season. But unlike other new hotels, there is an entire neighborhood riding on its success. Marriott hotel opens in Pioneer Square (DJC -...

The following is regarding an event that the City is hosting (with numerous other groups): Hey Downtown & Center City Residents and Workers– We Want to Know: “How Do You Walk, Bike, Ride?” Can you leave your car at home for day-to-day errands? Do safety concerns make you think...

I have been training for about 6 months for this year's Rock n' Roll Half Marathon. Although I was waylayed for over a month because of a stress fracture (replace your running shoes often!), I am excited to be running in it for the second...

The Waterlines Project examines "the history of Seattle through a focus on its shorelines: the natural and human forces that have shaped them, the ways they have been used and thought about by the people who have lived here, and how this historic understanding might...