Police have not identified a suspect for a Friday morning armed robbery at a Montlake market, according to a blog post. A man in his 30s or 40s reportedly entered Mont’s Market at 2350 24th Ave. E. at around 11:30 a.m. and asked for change, according to the post in the Seattle Police Department Blotter….More
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Jared Mills is a librarian on the move. As the project manager of the Seattle Public Library’s “Books on Bikes” team, he pedals his bicycle around Seattle with a customized trailer to bring books and library services to community events. At least, he did. Mills discovered Wednesday that a key component of his Books on Bikes effort…More
A skeptical crowd is expected at Wednesday night’s forum on designs for half the future Highway 520 bridge landing in Seattle’s Montlake neighborhood. This part, formerly known as “Lake to Land,” now is officially named the West Approach Bridge North, because it will build the new lanes only for the westbound direction. The federal government recently…More
UPDATE, 6:43 p.m. | Authorities say the stab wounds were self inflicted. A man in his 30s with stab wounds is being taken to Harborview Medical Center from 23rd Avenue East and Boyer Avenue East, according to the Seattle Fire Department’s Twitter feed. He is in serious condition. The intersection is in Seattle’s Montlake neighborhood. More information…More
Organizers say there could be as many as 1,000 people at the Montlake Triangle — between Husky Stadium and the University of Washington Medical Center — for a 4 p.m. ”Jobs not Cuts” rally. But instead of going to the Montlake Bridge, the group now intends to march west to the University Bridge. The change was made due…More