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The Seattle Department of Transportation will begin a street construction project In Post Alley this Wednesday, March 21. The southbound lane and the west sidewalk on Post Avenue, between Columbia Street and Yesler Way, will be closed for approximately three months, until the project...

The city of Seattle invites residents to apply for the open architect position on the Pioneer Square Preservation Board. Individuals who have an interest in the historical preservation of the district are encouraged to apply. The 10-member Pioneer Square Preservation Board reviews land use, new construction,...

Pioneer Square plagued by potty problem (MyNorthwest) All that green beer, corned beef and cabbage from the weekend's St. Patrick's Day celebrations is making for a disgusting day of cleanup in Pioneer Square. Businesses and residents alike say they're sick of dealing with the growing problem...

Yesterday, the SLOG wrote a post titled "Pissing Contest: Pioneer Square Residents Tackle the Neighborhood's Smelliest Problem, Head On." It talks about the difference in standards that people (and police) have for our neighborhood, in comparison to other neighborhoods. And that the problem isn't only...

From the Underground Tour: Celebrate with us over St. Patrick’s Day Weekend, and be entered to win a Shamrock Recovery Kit! Although St. Patrick charmed the snakes right out of Ireland, we doubt he’ll charm away the hangover you get from celebrating. Join us on the St....