Sign Up: National-SPD Night Out is Tuesday, August 7, 2018.

Night Out Night Out is a national event promoted in Seattle by Seattle Police Department Crime Prevention. It is designed to heighten crime prevention awareness, increase neighborhood support in anti-crime efforts, and unite our communities. REGISTER Night Out is Tuesday, August 7, 2018. Registration is now open, and will close August 6th, at 5:00PM. NightContinue reading “Sign Up: National-SPD Night Out is Tuesday, August 7, 2018.”

Sisyphean Tales: Senate Shoo-In Pramila Jayapal Mulls New State

Sisyphean Tales: Senate Shoo-In Pramila Jayapal Mulls New State Ready for a rest after a campaign that put her more than 30 percentage points ahead of her closest competitor, and with the general election still to go, Pramila Jayapal isn’t diving into details of her plan of attack in the state Senate just yet. ButContinue reading “Sisyphean Tales: Senate Shoo-In Pramila Jayapal Mulls New State”

Meet New Top Cop + South-End Captain at Picnic Not in the Precinct

SOUTHEAST SEATTLE – This month, south-end residents will have an opportunity to meet new Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O’Toole, new South Precinct Captain David Proudfoot (above) and others at the Picnic in the Precinct — a day of celebration with local police. This year’s Picnic in the Precinct won’t actually be held at the SouthContinue reading “Meet New Top Cop + South-End Captain at Picnic Not in the Precinct”

Wells Fargo awards $15,000 for COMPASS Test Prep Workshops at Seattle Community Colleges

The Wells Fargo Foundation has awarded $15,000 to the Foundation for Seattle Community Colleges for a second year of funding to benefit students entering colleges across the multi-campus district…. The second year of funding will continue to support COMPASS test prep workshops at all three Seattle Community Colleges. FULL STORY

Seattle Action Network Executive Director Ron Williams to visit Seattle Schools

Starting in September The Seattle Action Network Executive Director Ron Williams will make ‘surprise’ visits to Seattle area jr high and high schools to encourage students to stay ‘laser-focused’ on their education by cutting down on cell phone use, texting, video gaming, and just hanging out. “In the end, its your education that will takeContinue reading “Seattle Action Network Executive Director Ron Williams to visit Seattle Schools”