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In their weekly update, Puget Sound Energy would like to let residents and business owners know that there will be a large (controlled) flame in the neighborhood this Friday. See below for information. For weekly updates, you can check out their website. 1. Beginning as early...

Tears, laughter for instructor killed in Pioneer Square (KiroTV) In the rain of an early fall, friends and family came to Shoreline Community College to say goodbye to one of their own. Woman who survived Pioneer Square stabbing is out of hospital (KOMO) The woman who survived Friday...

In the wake of last week's stabbing, the Seattle Police Department has posted a good list of safety tips: When out and about, walk alertly, confidently and pay attention to your surroundings; avoid “automatic pilot” and electronic distractions. Trust your instincts: pay attention to the uncomfortable feelings...

Last April, after Nicole Westbrook was senselessly shot and killed in Pioneer Square, I was interviewed about whether or not I still felt safe in my neighborhood. My answer was that it didn’t really change my level of safety in Pioneer Square (and in downtown...

Big Pioneer Square development site sells for $18M (PSBJ) Real estate company American Life last week bought a 1.5-acre parking lot just north of CenturyLink Field in Seattle. Sheriff’s wife doesn’t feel safe in downtown Seattle (Q13 news) “I feel very safe,” says Laurie, who works downtown. “I...

After finding the article in the Stranger for my news roundup yesterday, I decided that I needed to go and check out Ruthie V and Shift Collaborative Studio. It's not every day that you can walk into a studio and get an impromptu painting for only...