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City Owned Broadband Choice?

So Gigabit Squared failed. CenturyLink has a plan for gigabit service in Seattle but it doesn’t include Pinehurst. What other options are there? The technology advisory board for Seattle is hosting two forums next week. They’re free and they just ask for an RSVP so they can figure out the head count. I know there […]

Reporting Suspicious Behavior – What is Suspicious Behavior?

This is Part 1 of a 5 part series on Reporting Suspicious Behavior. It’s from a flyer handed out by the police at the North Precinct Advisory Council.

What is Suspicious Behavior?

We can’t stress enough the importance of reporting suspicious behavior. Sometimes people may be reluctant to call 911 about behavior that they feel […]

Pinehurst Picks

This is a new series to celebrate things creative and beautiful in Pinehurst. We’ll snap some nice yard art, a classic car, or anything unusual or fun, and post it here. See if you can find it on your walks in the ‘ hood. Or if you know where it is, tell where in a […]

Drop-in Play Programs for Kids at Northgate Community Center

Here are some good play opportunities for young children. They are $3 per child, at Northgate Community Center, 10510 5th Ave NE:

Toddler Gym – Ages 5 years and younger. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 10 am – 2 pm. Bring your little ones to the play gym drop-in time. Kids enjoy toys, balls, trikes, scooters, […]

City Services – Who Ya Gonna Call?

August 2014 Pinehurst Crime Report

Here is a partial picture of Pinehurst property crime for the month. Click on the map to enlarge it.

You can see ALL the types of crime at http://web5.seattle.gov/mnm/policereports.aspx. Select the North neighborhood and enter a date range.

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North Precinct Advisory Council Minutes for Sept 2014

This month’s guest speaker was Lisa Daugaard, Co-chair of the Community Police Commission. The commission was set up after the Department of Justice investigated the police department. It provides community input on the proposed police reforms. It’s a civilian commission with a mandate to develop reform recommendations, and represent community interests and perspectives.

Auto thefts […]

Pinehurst Pets – Charlie and Tucker

Charlie, the doxie, is four years old and has lived in Pinehurst since puppyhood. He’s attended the neighborhood Great Dog for daycare and training, and was certified as a pet therapy dog by Project Canine. Charlie has been pet therapist for the Pinehurst Emeritus and loves visiting all the wonderful grandmas and grandpas living […]

Granite Curling Club Open Houses start Sept. 13

Rocks heading for the house!

The Granite Curling Club in Haller Lake is hosting scheduled Open Houses to introduce the public to the indoor ice sport of curling, from Saturday September 13 through March 7 2015. Instructors will teach you the basics of curling and play a short game with you. The cost is […]

Thornton Creek Alliance 20th Anniversary Celebration

Join us at the headwaters for a concert in the park

Anniversary Invite PDF

Music by the ThorNton Creek Band

Bring a blanket and a picnic — Ice cream & cake provided!

Children’s activities, Meet your neighbors, Learn about restoration efforts, Meet our community […]