Organizers will auction the pieces at an event May 13, with proceeds going toward helping the dozens of businesses affected by the March 9 blast.
When kids at an after-school writing and tutoring program started working on stories about their community, no one imagined the project would play a role...
Seattle Fire Battalion Chief Tamalyn Nigretto, the incident commander at the Greenwood explosion and Ride the Ducks crash, says the department has gone out its...
Seattle is changing. But the way the community came together after the Greenwood explosion shows that the city’s character remains intact.
A caller reported hearing and smelling a natural-gas leak shortly before an explosion last week leveled three businesses and damaged scores of others in Seattle’s...
A handful of businesses near the site of Wednesday’s devastating blast opened Thursday, to gratitude and good spirits.
Lt. Edward Newell’s helmet was blown off, his hair was singed and he suffered a black eye in the explosion in Seattle’s Greenwood neighborhood.
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