Presidio Graduate School acquires Pinchot University — powerhouse, anybody?

Presidio Graduate School acquires Pinchot University — powerhouse, anybody? Ellen Weinreb Wednesday, August 24, 2016 – 1:32am Presidio Graduate School (PGS) and Pinchot University, the two universities most distinguished for their sustainability management programs, announced they’ve joined forces, with San Francisco-based PGS acquiring metro Seattle-based Pinchot. Using “sustainable” in the

The Myth of the Lone Entrepreneur

Nick Hughes, the visionary behind Founders LIVE! and Feature Friday, gets real with us about the ups and downs of Entrepreneurship. Nick shares how he stepped into to the role of entrepreneurship through organizing community events and creating platforms to learn and share with fellow leaders in Seattle and beyond. The

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Seattle’s tunnel-boring machine starts moving again

The tunnel-boring machine called Bertha came to life after almost two years of repair work and is set to restart its journey under Seattle.

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Seattle-area mosques amplify security in wake of attacks

Several mosques in the Seattle area have implemented new security measures as new data shows hate crimes are on the rise.

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State regulators allow limited ‘Ride the Ducks’ restart

State regulators have ruled that a Seattle tour company involved in a deadly crash in September can resume operating a limited fleet of amphibious vehicles, under certain conditions.

By |December 21st, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Residents speak up about Ballard homelessness problem

Illegal homeless encampments, public dumping and increased property crimes are just a few troubling issues neighbors in Ballard say must change. In the last two years residents say the Seattle neighborhood has experienced a transition they don’t like.

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Inmates evacuated, haz-mat team called to Seattle West Precinct

A haz-mat team was called and inmates were evacuated after a leak was found in a holding cell at the West Precinct Saturday evening.

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100 dogs safe after transport truck crashes en route to Seattle

A hundred rescue dogs being moved from high-kill shelters in Texas to Seattle are safe after their transport truck crashed in Colorado.

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Same-sex couple reveals baby’s gender using Great Wheel

Couples finding out the gender of their babies can often by the most excited moment during a pregnancy, and one local couple turned to a Seattle landmark to find out.

By |December 19th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Seattle gun & ammo tax under fire from Judge

The future of the gun and ammunition sales tax in the city of Seattle is in the hands of a King County judge. The new ordinance is set to take effect January 1st.

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