First lady Melania Trump promotes anti-bullying campaign

First lady Melania Trump promotes anti-bullying campaign First lady Melania Trump is headed to the Detroit suburbs Monday to speak to middle school students and participate in a ‘No One Eats Alone’ anti-bullying event. See the Video

Rangers will patrol Cal Anderson, Occidental parks

Seattle Parks Head Park Ranger Corby Christensen, right, and Ranger Sandra Wilcox patrol Cal Anderson Park on Capitol Hill. (Photo by Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times) Full-time rangers will patrol Seattle’s Cal Anderson and Occidental parks this summer, and police will have emphasis patrols at both, Mayor Mike McGinn announced this morning. “We heardContinue reading “Rangers will patrol Cal Anderson, Occidental parks”

Capitol Hill: Local performer says no one helped when he was attacked, robbed

From: http://www.komonews.com SEATTLE — Members of a local community say it’s unacceptable that nobody stepped up to help when a man was attacked in broad daylight in a busy Capitol Hill intersection. Local performer Robbie Turner was walking on the corner of Pine and Harvard Thursday afternoon when he said he was attacked. “I wasContinue reading “Capitol Hill: Local performer says no one helped when he was attacked, robbed”

2013 Housing and Homelessness Advocacy Day Monday, February 11

Tentative Advocacy Day Agenda 8:00-9:00 Check-in and coffee and light breakfast at United Churches 9:00-9:45 2013 Legislative Agenda Pep Rally 9:45-11:15 Advocacy Workshops 11:15-11:45 Lunch and legislative district planning meetings 11:45 Walk to the Capitol Building with your Legislative District 10:00-2:30 Meet with your legislators 2:30-3:00pm Back to United Churches for a debrief session ClickContinue reading “2013 Housing and Homelessness Advocacy Day Monday, February 11”

Chinatown ID crisis center an alternative to jail or ER

Bill Hobson, executive director of the Downtown Emergency Service Center, shows off 16 cubicle-style beds during a tour of Seattle’s new Crisis Diversion Center, which will open to clients Monday. On Monday(August 6), a 16-bed facility designed for adults experiencing a mental-health crisis, including those accused of minor crimes, will open near Seattle’s Chinatown InternationalContinue reading “Chinatown ID crisis center an alternative to jail or ER”

Concerns of crime, lack of support for neighborhood homeless – Part One

(photo credit:Stephen Miller) Seattle Action Network wish to thank Mr.Stephen Miller, editor of the Capitol Hill Times for his article Concerns of crime, lack of support for neighborhood homeless – Part One on Seattle Action Network. Please citizens do not become too ‘passive’ about serious issues. Lets get to work. Thank you again Mr.Miller andContinue reading “Concerns of crime, lack of support for neighborhood homeless – Part One”