Anfuso, also known by her social media handle @servedbysara, is known for her community walks that get hundreds of attendees.
This affordable housing project is for a high-profile property — let’s see what’s in store.
Post-war vacancies, a decades-long preservation project, and upcoming Sakura Matsuri festivities.
The Shoreline South, Shoreline North, Mountlake Terrace, and Lynnwood light rail stations will open on August 30, 2024.
The journey took off on April 7, 1924, and ended at Sand Point in northeast Seattle.
It’s National Poetry Month, and our readers are invited to submit original poems in a special SEAtoday contest.
The master plan includes suggestions for managing traffic along its interior street, supporting its farmers, and attracting locals.
While exact construction deadlines have yet to be released, we know these new off-leash areas will be built near the West Seattle Stadium and Othello Park.
From a transit corridor extension to bus stop improvements, Third Avenue will see multiple changes this year.
A term sheet of the Memorial Stadium renovations reveals funding plans, next steps for the project, and new features to expect.
You’ve probably heard of the Seattle Underground, but how did it come about? It all started with the Great Seattle Fire of 1889...
Block a street from traffic and host a neighborhood cookout, an outdoor rollerskating rink, live music performance, or a Pride event.
We’ve got a game for you — test your knowledge of how well you know Seattle venues by the address alone.
37 of our local parks were designed by the same landscaping design firm that created New York City’s Central Park.
We’re celebrating the grunge icon’s local roots.
The Draft One Seattle Plan — a strategy for where and how the city will grow and invest in communities over the next two decades — is out.
Check out the rules and guidance for maintaining your own little hive of busy bees.
The plan will go before City Council on Tuesday, March 5.
From red goo in Wallingford to Sue Bird’s swan song.
The new pilot program hopes to prevent whale deaths by directing boats to give them more room.
The Rat is back and playing in Edmonds.
It will run from South Bellevue to Redmond Technology.
Break the Seattle Freeze’s ice with classes, meetup groups, and hobbies.
Historic Seattle’s Heart Bombing event is at the Inscape Arts and Cultural Center this year.
We’re now at No. 24, leaping up 10 spots from 2023.
If you weren’t born around smartphones and computers, they can be a little tricky to navigate. These resources can help you do things like order groceries or schedule video calls with family.
The Central District’s community gathering space could be a model for the rest of Seattle.
Don’t worry — its inert.
Seattle has 20 sister cities that span from Reykjavik, Iceland to Mombasa, Kenya to Kobe, Japan.
Good news for Seattle.
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