The three-story 1902 Queen Anne on East Valley Street made the news over the years for reasons consequential and otherwise.
The authors of 'Washington National Guard,' who embody a combined 96 years of local guard service, use 200 photos to spin stories spanning a century...
Car service to Manchester in Kitsap County sank in the Great Depression, leaving quiet dock pilings rather than boatloads of traffic.
The neighborhood’s sizable symbol is a 1949 water tower with a drained tank at the southeast corner of Northeast 88th Street and Roosevelt Way.
What the Sam Hill is all this bustle in Bothell?
The former Bikur Cholim synagogue, dedicated in 1915, now houses the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute.
A postcard dated 1908 announces a Seattle newcomer’s arrival in a ‘great city’ poised for change.
The original, weather-beaten 1986 ‘Welcome to West Seattle’ sign was replaced last spring.
King County Executive Dow Constantine attended both shows: in 1981, and with a much milder crowd on Aug. 14, 2019.
The former Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist, on First Hill celebrates its life-extending renovation this season.