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Urban villages are fine but they fall far short of filling the needs. And what happens as the millennial generation gets older and has more babies?READ MORE 35 COMMENTS
The neighborhood's busy sidewalks are a sign that Seattle is achieving its goal of urban density. But are we taking the steps necessary to make that density safe?READ MORE 63 COMMENTS
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Junkyard dogs: neighborhood nuisance, criminal buzz kill and a last-ditch defense for an embattled business.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
Both developers and neighborhood groups see the City Council member's new proposal as imperfect.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
There are new bars and restaurants, yes, but also the new housing, retail and amenities that drive real city living.READ MORE 18 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: With South Seattle losing service, we need to look closely at the costs of a new downtown streetcar.READ MORE 44 COMMENTS
The Seattle rapper joins in a push for cleaning up the city's only river, which runs by industrial areas and low-income neighborhoods.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
The mayor says the city will tackle neighborhood nuisances, help police connect with communities and expand services for young people.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Neighborhoods in southeast Seattle can be tough. But people are looking at ways to make things better for themselves and those around them.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
In Seattle's South Precinct, gang violence and drive-by shootings live cheek-to-cheek with grit, fierce community and a sense of hope.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
Commentary: Seattle has begun working in smart ways on making its neighborhoods more ready to deal with the first few days after a major catastrophe.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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