It could be at least April before catastrophic damage to the West Point treatment plant is repaired. Meanwhile the plant’s wastewater treatment capacity is crippled.
Digging has begun on Bellevue’s future downtown transit tunnel, but there’s no Bertha or any other submarine-like giant drill with a famous nickname.
A light-filled home is the finishing centerpiece of a couple’s 10-year project | Northwest Living VIEW
Completely contemporary: Ralph and Alicia Siegel now have a beautiful Bainbridge Island house to go with their charming boathouse and carriage house/garage.
Mom had the idea to dress daughter up as notable black women to teach her about history and civil rights.
Our photographer explores Seattle's historic Smith Tower, which at 522 feet was the tallest building on the West Coast when it was completed.
UW professor Quintard Taylor is blowing students’ minds in class and with his website devoted to black history.
About two hours from Seattle, Ebey’s Landing offers one of the state’s best beach hikes and a look at early Washington history.
With about one-quarter of Washington State Ferries’ 1,800 employees eligible for retirement within five years, new training simulators in Ballard are part of an aggressive...
Seattle Times reader Attila Laszlo’s photo of fog in the Cascades during a recent ski trip to Stevens Pass.
The Northwest Flower & Garden Show runs Feb. 22-26 at the Washington State Convention Center.
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