Olive Way is one of Seattle’s many diagonals distinguished by more than a mere ‘street’ designation
As his Catholic church changed leaders and locations, Father Prefontaine collected more honors.
The beloved pioneer and priest served as architect, painter and decorator for Seattle’s first Catholic church, dedicated in 1870.
Photographers braved the cold to capture images of snow piling up on the city’s streets more than 100 years ago.
The Jan. 21 Women’s March followed the path of past downtown parades.
The former neighborhood of cafes, hotels, barbershops and furniture upholsterers was revamped into a concrete ramp over a concrete ditch.
The Phoenix and the Chin Gee Hee Building were built quickly after the Great Fire of 1889. One remains, reshaped, at the northeast corner of...
Denny Hill finally was leveled in 1931, but high-rises have climbed higher than the hill that existed before it was cut down and dumped into...
The Denny Regrade was a construction job that stretched nearly 50 years.
The hotel at Second and James, which closed in 1933, was once the place to dance, dine and be seen, and host to presidents, entertainers...