In the news:
A taxpayer-funded welding class at Seattle's Vigor Shipyards is training long-unemployed workers for a career change — and a blue-collar dream of a steady living wage. Above, students work on projects in individual booths. The blue plastic is for eye protection.
Starting in 2016, the company will freeze the traditional defined-benefit pensions of all nonunion salaried staff including managers and executives.
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- King County hosts ten health insurance enrollment events this Saturday, March 8 | Seattle/Local Health Guide
- West Seattle traffic alert: 4 nights of 99 closures next week to finish 'Timber Bridge' project | West Seattle Blog
- Update: Lynnwood Police still looking for owners of recovered stolen property | Lynnwood Today
- With spring-like weather comes solicitors | Magnolia Voice
- Capitol Hill: land of special bathrooms -- Toilet tour planned for Saturday | Capitol Hill Seattle Blog
I found it easier to find health violations at my neighborhood restaurant than about problems at my kid's child-care center.Jonathan Martin, column: "Make child care transparent for parents"
- Editorial: Premera shrouds transparency
- Editorial: Put heat on e-cigarettes and ‘vaping’
- NEW - 06:04 AM UberX, Lyft and Sidecar finally reveal driver numbers in Seattle
- Guest: Fund early learning in state budget
Entertainment & Living
NEW - 06:30 AM Fast, tasty Italian at Pallino | Dining Deal
NEW - 06:10 AM Boy in space at SCT; man-eating plant invades ACT
NEW - 06:25 AM Violinist James Ehnes and SSO to join forces on Bartók
NEW - 06:30 AM It's raining jazz all over town | Concert previews
NEW - 06:30 AM Lake Street Dive jumping off | Concert preview