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  • Tips for Creating the Perfect Home Office
    (StatePoint) With more people nationwide opting to create their own businesses or work for their employer remotely, the home office has become one of the most used spaces of the house, with many people spending more than eight hours a day in this room. If you’re one of these people, the kitchen table just won’t cut it if you’re looking to get serious and organized.
  • Colorectal Cancer: Symptoms, Family History Don’t Always Precede the Preventable Disease
    Edmonds resident Helen Nind learned she had colorectal cancer in June 2018, which surprised her since the 55-year-old mother of two teenage sons had no family history of the disease, was not having symptoms, felt healthy and never thought she would have cancer.
  • Officials blast Trump’s Title X gag rule
    State, Planned Parenthood exit federal family planning program
  • St. Demetrios delivers food, dance, culture through longtime festival
    St. Demetrios delivers food, dance, culture through longtime festival
  • Sawant proposes expanding tiny house villages citywide
    A push by Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant to significantly expand the number of tiny house villages in the city through a series of land-use code amendments could be taken up by the full council this fall.
  • Water first - Toilet second - Make a household family plan 
  • Arboretum Foundation receiving grant for composting toilet
    New restroom facility to be located near Pacific Connections Garden
  • How to Defeat Clogged Drains
    (StatePoint) Whether you’re a homeowner or a renter, clogged drains are likely to affect your bathroom and kitchen sinks every so often as a result of soap residue, hair and skin flakes, food particles, dirt and accumulated gunk.
  • Expert Tips for Lighting Your Home’s Outdoor Spaces
    (StatePoint) Many homeowners spend time and money perfecting curb appeal, but forget to make it shine at night. Experts say a well-lit home exterior and surrounding landscape is both beautiful and functional.
  • What to Know Before Any Home Project Involving Digging
    (StatePoint) When you look down at the ground you may not realize the millions of miles of buried utility infrastructure that keeps society clothed, fed, powered, connected, and a whole lot more. Unfortunately, many of us are on an out-of-sight, out-of-mind basis with the pipes, wires, and cables situated right under our feet, and this can have disastrous consequences when we try to dig without doing our homework first.
  • Put more gold in your foliage
    It is not uncommon to hear people say that once they become aware of something, examples of that, or similar things, start popping up all over. Last month I wrote about discovering gold in the fruit of a loquat tree in Madison Park. Suddenly, I was seeing gold everywhere — in fruit, flower and foliage. I felt like the leprechaun at rainbow’s end.
  • A Crazy Buggy Summer: Tips for Dealing With Home Insect Invasions
    (StatePoint) Spotting more bugs than usual around the house? While a pest problem can cause embarrassment and concern, this summer you can take comfort in the fact that not only are you not alone, there are new ways of dealing with insects that can help you manage the problem without harsh chemicals.
  • Mayor issues letter stating opposition to changing service

    Before Seattle City Councilmember Lisa Herbold took another look at a biweekly garbage collection pilot from 2012, Mayor Jenny Durkan sent her a letter stating she does not support making such a move now.
  • Top Tips for Moving With a Pet
    (StatePoint) Your furball is part of the family, so if you’re like most, you don’t make major life decisions without thinking of your pet’s needs — including where you live and how you move into a new home.
  • How to Nail the Farmhouse Style in Your Interior Decorating
    (StatePoint) Farmhouse style is cozy, rustic, charming and eclectic. While creating the vibe in your own home is easy, according to home decorating experts, it requires some attention to detail.
  • Your home can be both luxurious and eco-friendly. Here’s how…
    I’m a firm believer that your home can be both luxurious, comfortable and people, pet and environmentally friendly. If you’re thinking about remodeling or redecorating your home and are passionate about your family’s health, animals and the planet, it’s easy to take steps toward creating an environment within your home that aligns with your philosophy and lifestyle.
  • Residents unsure about temporary eastbound SR-520 on-ramp
    WSDOT, Graham Contracting moving forward with proposal before Montlake Boulevard revisions later this year
  • Seattle City Council eases accessory dwelling unit regulations
    Legislation expected to increase ADU construction, provide more affordable rental options in city
  • SDOT seeks feedback on Ballard Bridge plans
    Study of 102-year-old structure follows Magnolia Bridge replacement assessment
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