By Barbara R. Arnwine Fighting for social and racial justice is the enduring component of the civil right movements. In the tumultuous 1960s many great...
By Bill Fletcher, Jr. NNPA Columnist Forgive me, but I am scared Any reader of my columns knows that I pay fairly regular attention to the matter...
Congresswoman Marilyn Strickland (D-WA) introduced legislation, H.R. 5470, that will help end veteran homelessness. The bill, The Housing Opportunities to Mitigate Expenses for Services (HOMES) for the Veterans Act, will reduce barriers and make it easier for organizations who provide homes and services to veterans experiencing homelessness to access federal capital grants.
With SBA Administrator Isabella Guzman, Mayor Jenny A. Durkan announced that the City will now accept applications for the Small Business Stabilization Fund (SBSF) provided by the Seattle Office of Economic Development (OED).
On Tuesday, The Washington Black Lives Matter Alliance called on Pierce County Sheriff Ed Troyer to resign after two misdemeanor criminal charges were filed him by state Attorney General Bob Ferguson.
More than 94% of City of Seattle employees are now vaccinated with less than 1% declining to submit verification or an exemption request.