Ramona Bennett was recognized as one of the 50 most impactful women over age 50

September 27, 2023 at 9:25 a.m.

Puget Sound's Mosquito Fleet

The original Mosquito Fleet was comprised of several passenger steamers plying the waters between settlements in the young region

Diving Headfirst Into Seattle’s Fall Arts Season

The season brings a slew of promising arts events to help ease the transition from sandals to sweaters

'Here Come the Brides' debuts on September 25, 1968

The show, loosely based on the arrival in frontier Seattle of the Mercer Girls -- recruited to the new settlement as teachers and to increase the number of marriageable women

S.T.E.W.A.R.D. Your Parks!

Historically or geologically significant items have been picked up and transported off trails, beaches and sacred grounds in State Parks

Washington Has 2 of the Best 7 US Islands for Laid-Back Vacationers

Number 1 on her list is Whidbey Island

The Seattle Architect Behind the Pacific Science Arches and the Twin Towers

The path to the Twin Towers started with the idealism expressed at Seattle’s Century 21 Exposition in 1962

Lack of Volunteers Hurts Washington Food Banks at Crucial Time

...need is greater now, seeing 50% more people in 2023 than 2022


80-Year-Old Mel Smith Participated in His 15th Swim Across America Seattle Swim

Mel Smith of Olympia has been making waves for 15 years to raise funds for Fred Hutch Cancer Center

Washington Mobile Home Communities Organize Against 'Economic Eviction'

Residents say the company is raising rents and cutting services

Improving Your Health and Others through Volunteerism

A new study has found that volunteering is associated with better cognitive function and other health benefits

Destined to Write a Book Entitled 'Destined to Be a Hamilton'

Mary Anne was one of the first Hamilton family members to meet the musical’s creator and original star, Lin-Manuel Miranda

From Publishing to Performing

Chris Mitchell, co-owner and co-publisher of Northwest Prime Time, has a new gig

Walk to End Alzheimer’s

The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, including several local locations


The Legacy of Japanese American Farmers in the Sammamish Valley Fights to Live On

Today, Harvey Funai, 69 years old, continues to operate the farm in his family’s name