When Gov. Chris Gregoire took office eight years ago, it was against a backdrop of a contested election that led to two recounts and a court challenge.
Ready to take down your Christmas tree? If it’s not a flocked tree, consider recycling it! It’s much better for the environment, and there are convenient ways for you to leave your tree for recycling pick up or take it to an area recycling company.
The shooting broke out just after 1 a.m. on Christmas Eve at Munchbar at Bellevue Square, said Carla Iafrate, a spokeswoman for the Bellevue Police Department.
Looking for a musical interlude into 2013? Seattle’s got music of all kinds – classical, jazz, pop – and even a sing-along! Get ready to celebrate in a musical fashion on New Year’s Eve!
The 48-hour moratorium on passenger and commuter train service between Seattle and Everett is now being extended indefinitely.
Heading out of town for the close of 2012? Whether you head to the ocean or over the mountains, there are fun family-oriented events where you can sing Auld Lang Syne and welcome 2013!
Washington state’s unemployment rate dropped to 7.8 percent last month, the first time it’s been below 8 percent in nearly four years.
Nordstrom’s Half-Yearly Sale for Men starts Tuesday, December 25 online, and Wednesday, December 26 in-store!
If your child still needs to visit with Santa before Christmas Day, there are some great opportunities around the Sound! Santa and his helpers will be making treks to hear the wishes of every little girl and boy! Here are some of our favorite Santa events.
It’s the 17th Annual Model Train Festival at Tacoma’s Washington History Museum starting Friday, December 21! Train enthusiasts are welcome to come and see the huge display of model trains from all over Washington. Plus, kids can participate in a LEGO train design competition.