Public Health Seattle-King County is investigating an outbreak of Shigellosis associated with Tamarind Tree Restaurant in Little Saigon.
Park lid concept reevaluated
With the fate of the Chinatown-International District (CID) hanging in the balance, some community members consulted an architect not associated with Sound Transit (ST) for a reevaluation of the “park lid” concept.
ST alternate stations outside the CID present challenges
With time running out before Sound Transit (ST) makes a recommendation to its board about the placement of a transit hub in, near, or outside the Chinatown-International District (CID), the agency last month narrowed the number of options it was considering outside the neighborhood to two.
Washington sues plastic surgery provider for fake reviews
A Seattle-area plastic surgery provider is facing a federal lawsuit for allegedly posting fake positive reviews online and intimidating or bribing patients to remove negative reviews, Washington state prosecutors said on Dec. 29.
Graffiti fines threaten business owners in the CID
On the sidewalk in the Chinatown-International District (CID) one day last week, a man in tattered clothes lay on his belly, moving his red finger mindlessly over the damp concrete, back and forth.
Lincoln District senior housing
The Asia Pacific Cultural Center (APCC), in partnership with the Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI), announced that the Lincoln District Senior Housing project in Tacoma is fully funded.
Mayor Harrell speaks to Rotary about his plans for Seattle
Mayor Bruce Harrell spoke to the Rotary Club of Seattle on Dec. 14 about the newly approved budget—his budget, not the one he inherited—and his plans for the reactivation of Seattle.
Looking for a place to eat on Christmas and New Year’s Day? — Chinatown restaurants may be your answer
Peking duck, Chinese-style steak, and Vietnamese sugarcane shrimp may be your best bet on Christmas Day as most restaurants will be closed. But not in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District (CID).
Advocates: ST ignored life-saving concept
As Sound Transit (ST) considers options for a transit hub in or near the Chinatown-International District (CID), advocates said the agency has ignored a potentially life-saving idea for the community—to build a lid, or deck, parallel with Fourth Avenue—that would shield the community from a flood of traffic during construction. In response, the agency said this would potentially involve prohibitive construction.
Kobe Terrace shooting
Detectives are investigating after a man was shot near Kobe Terrace park in the Chinatown-International District on the night of Dec. 3. At 11:18 p.m., police responded to 6th Avenue South and South Washington Street for reports of a shooting. Arriving officers found a man with a gunshot wound to the stomach and immediately began […]
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