A King County man has been sentenced to two years in prison for a “cruel” sweepstakes scam that federal prosecutors say targeted vulnerable people.
Gov. Terry Branstad joined with local officials to announce Microsoft’s so-called “Project Alluvion,” which is expected to total more than $1.1 billion and create more than 80 full-time jobs.
A candidate who died in August won election Tuesday to a water district commission in Des Moines with 71 percent of the vote.
Firefighters say a boat fire on Puget Sound that injured two people spread from one fiberglass hull to another until 12 vessels were destroyed or damaged.
If you want to celebrate a green Christmas, you might think about purchasing a “living” Christmas tree. Kept potted for the holidays, you can transition the tree to your yard (or donate it to be planted elsewhere). Here are some local places where you can find a tree and do good for the environment.
Dance for Parkinson’s inspires those living with Parkinson’s disease (PD) to explore the benefits of dance and movement with others. This year, Seattle welcomes a visit from David Leventhal of Mark Morris Dance in New York.
Rosh Hashanah marks the start of a new year in the Hebrew calendar. It’s beginning of High Holy Days and a celebratory time! Blow the shofar! Dip an apple in some honey for a sweet year ahead. And head to synagogue on September 16 and 17. Here’s where you can find services in the Puget Sound area.
There’s no end to fun and entertainment during summer in Seattle! From cultural festivals to maritime fun, music, art, local brews and family activities! Check them all out here!
Everyone loves a parade! That must be why there are so many along the streets of Puget Sound this summer! Find a spot, wave a flag and cheer! Here are some of our favorites.
Carnivals, food and wine, art and entertainment… Seafair brings Seattle communities together all summer long! Here are some of the festivals and fun happening in your neighborhood!