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  • Free Thanksgiving meal at South Park Senior Center November 24, 2015
    Just in case you need a place to go – we received word of this: The South Park Senior Center is hosting a free Thanksgiving meal for anyone who would like to attend. Location: South Park Neighborhood Center, 8201 10th Ave S. Date: Thursday, November 26th Time: 11 am to 2 pm Any other South[…]
  • TRAFFIC ALERT: Road work near South Transfer Station on Sunday November 13, 2015
    Just in from SDOT: Crews from the Seattle Department of Transportation plan to pave part of South Kenyon Street this Sunday, Nov. 15. They will work along the south side of the South Transfer Station, between Second Avenue South and Occidental Avenue South. Starting as early as 5 a.m., the eastbound lane on South Kenyon[…]
  • Another award for South Park Bridge construction project November 9, 2015
    (June 2014 TSPN photo) Just announced by King County: The South Park Bridge construction project continues to receive national awards for design, preservation, and engineering a year after King County Executive Dow Constantine led the opening celebration. The latest recognition comes from Roads & Bridges magazine, which named it the best bridge project in the[…]
  • More than a year after South Park double murder, suspect arraigned October 19, 2015
    (TSPN photo by Patrick Sand) We’re in King County Superior Court this morning, where Richard L. Parenteau, Jr., has just pleaded not guilty to murdering his mother and stepfather in South Park more than a year ago. We covered the case in July 2014. Courtroom security is heavy; Parenteau has pleaded not guilty and is[…]
  • Duwamish Alive! coming up October 17th – signed up yet? October 8, 2015
    Those are the sites where you can help Seattle’s Only River by joining in this fall’s edition of Duwamish Alive! – 10 am-2 pm on October 17th. But organizers would love to hear from you ASAP, so use this list to choose one of the sites and sign up ASAP.
  • ‘Incubator’ in South Park gets $100,000 boost October 2, 2015
    Announced today by the mayor’s office: Mayor Ed Murray today celebrates National Manufacturing Day with an announcement that Industry Space Seattle, LLC will receive a $100,000 award to create an incubator to benefit multiple emerging manufacturing businesses. Industry Space Seattle owns 47,500 square feet of industrial space to be used as an incubator to develop[…]
  • Spooktacular Bingo set for October 17th in South Park October 1, 2015
    Mark your calendar for Spooktacular Bingo! Announcement just received: When: Saturday, October 17th. Doors open at 6 pm, Bingo starts at 7 pm. Where: South Park Neighborhood Center, 8201 10th Ave S Rainbow Bingo – not your Grandma’s Bingo! This is a super fun FUNdraiser for those 21 or older. A night of laughter, food,[…]
  • Mayor at South Park Community Center on Friday September 18, 2015
    You might see a bit of extra activity around the city-run Community Center on Friday – Mayor Ed Murray is headed back to South Park for a budget announcement: Ahead of his 2016 City Budget proposal, Mayor Ed Murray will unveil the first full year of funding for the Seattle Parks District, which was approved[…]
  • Fiestas Patrias parade and festival this Saturday! September 18, 2015
    One of South Park’s liveliest annual events is coming up on Saturday – the Fiestas Patrias parade, starting at 11 am, followed by the afternoon-long festival. Info’s here. Our video/photo coverage from last year is here.
  • Seattle Public Schools closed today because of strike September 9, 2015
    In case you hadn’t heard yet – the Seattle Education Association is on strike, which means Seattle Public Schools are NOT opening today as scheduled. That includes the one public-school campus in South Park, Concord International School. Instead, as with all the other schools around the city, SEA members will be picketing, 8:30 am-3 pm.