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WestSide Baby’s Annual Tea to benefit local children will be Sunday, Mar. 1

WestSide Baby’s Annual Tea to benefit local children will be Sunday, Mar. 1

WestSide Baby will host its 14th-Annual Benefit Tea on Sunday, March 1, raising funds to provide essentials to local children in need. The Tea, held at the Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center,... [Read more]

KING Aquatic Club launching new site at Evergreen Community Aquatic Center

KING Aquatic Club launching new site at Evergreen Community Aquatic Center

The KING Aquatic Club, a USA Swimming Gold Medal Swim Club, will be launching a new site at the Evergreen Community Aquatic Center (ECAC) in White Center starting on Monday, Feb. 16. Established in 1966,... [Read more]

ELECTION RESULTS: Highline Public Schools Levy passing, Bond struggling

ELECTION RESULTS: Highline Public Schools Levy passing, Bond struggling

The first round of results for Tuesday’s (Feb. 10) Special Election were released at 8:04 p.m., and the early tallies show that the Highline School District Levy is passing with a 57.47% approval, while... [Read more]

Our latest Advertiser Highline Citizens for Schools says ‘Vote YES by Feb. 10′

Our latest Advertiser Highline Citizens for Schools says ‘Vote YES by Feb. 10′

Our latest Advertiser Highline Citizens for Schools says “Vote YES for Schools by February 10″: Ballots must be mailed by Tuesday to count in the February 10 election. Vote YES for on the school... [Read more]

Highline Schools Elementary Teacher charged with raping 14-year old boy

Highline Schools Elementary Teacher charged with raping 14-year old boy

Darcy Smith, center, when she was named “Teacher of the Year” in 2012. Also pictured is Deputy Superintendent Carla Jackson, left, and Interim Superintendent Alan Spicciati, right. Photo courtesy... [Read more]

Homelessness Advocacy workshop will be at Boulevard Park Library Saturday

Homelessness Advocacy workshop will be at Boulevard Park Library Saturday

A Homelessness Advocacy workshop will be held at the Boulevard Park Library this Saturday, Feb. 7, from 2 – 4 p.m. Here’s more info: Go Beyond the One Night Count! – Attend our Homelessness... [Read more]

Students at Beverly Park Elementary School make giant ’12th Man’ flag

Students at Beverly Park Elementary School make giant ’12th Man’ flag

Students at Beverly Park Elementary School in Boulevard Park showed off their Seahawks pride on Tuesday (Jan. 27), by making a huge 12th Man flag! The 17 x 24-foot flag was mounted to the school’s... [Read more]

St. Bernadette Parish School holding two Open Houses Wednesday, Jan. 28

St. Bernadette Parish School holding two Open Houses Wednesday, Jan. 28

Burien’s St. Bernadette Parish School will be holding two Open Houses this Wednesday, Jan. 28, in the morning from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. and in the evening from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. at their campus... [Read more]

LETTER: ‘Rats, Feces and Mold, oh my!’

LETTER: ‘Rats, Feces and Mold, oh my!’

[EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a Letter to the Editor, written by a Reader. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The White Center Blog nor its staff:] Rats, Feces and Mold, oh my! If... [Read more]

White Center Community Development Association Business Mixer is Jan. 28

White Center Community Development Association Business Mixer is Jan. 28

The White Center Community Development Association will be hosting a business mixer on Wednesday, Jan. 28, from 6:30 – 8 p.m. at the King County Sheriff’s Storefront located at 9609 16th Ave SW. The... [Read more]

4Culture’s free workshop on grants at White Center Library Feb. 4

4Culture’s free workshop on grants at White Center Library Feb. 4

4Culture will be holding a free workshop on how to get grants at the White Center Library on Wednesday, Feb. 4. This is one of many upcoming workshops being held in the Puget Sound area. “4Culture... [Read more]