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  • Bai Tong taking over old Boom Noodle spot on Pike

    Noi Lapangkura went to Seattle University in 2002 to get an MBA.
    “At that time there were not so many restaurants around Capitol Hill,” she said, “but it’s very different from 15 years ago.”
    The Lapangkura family will soon be among those restaurateurs on the Hill, opening their successful Bai Tong restaurant in the former Boom Noodle spot at 12th and Pike.

  • Africatown wants to take over Midtown Center redevelopment
    A failed deal to transform a superblock in Seattle’s Central District is being seen as a great opportunity for the community to take the property and reshape its vision to something that reflects and benefits the neighborhood’s African American heritage.
  • Review board decision stalls Country Doctor expansion
    Country Doctor Community Clinic’s plans for a new dental clinic and expanded medical and administrative space in Capitol Hill were stalled by the East Design Review Board on Wednesday.
  • Task force exploring safe drug consumption locations in Capitol Hill
    Now that the city and county have cleared the piloting of safe drug consumption sites, a search is underway for potentially viable locations amid uncertainty about state and federal interference.
  • ‘Hard-fought battle’ for medicine drop boxes

    King County residents are familiar with casting their ballots by using one of the many drop boxes located around the area.
    But what about the same approach for getting rid of old, unused medications?

    
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  • Gossett receives update on Jimi Hendrix Park
    Friends of Jimi Hendrix Park members paid a visit to King County Councilmember Larry Gossett’s office last week, to thank him for advocating for a $35,000 contribution toward Phase II of the park and provide a status update.
  • Sawant not likely going anywhere
    There are definitely some very sharp differences between supporters of socialist Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant and Donald Trump. They can complain all they want, but she still accomplished something the so-called president did not — winning the popular vote.
  • Africatown wants to take over Midtown Center redevelopment
    A failed deal to transform a superblock in Seattle’s Central District is being seen as a great opportunity for the community to take the property and reshape its vision to something that reflects and benefits the neighborhood’s African American heritage.
  • Potential progress on troubled pathway through Lowell Elementary

    The Seattle Department of Transportation had planned to have a permanent solution for a popular pathway running through Lowell Elementary by the end of November.
    Now into February, progress is or isn’t being made, depending on whether the question is being directed at SDOT or Seattle Public Schools.


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