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Final price for arena may hit $930M and it won't open until summer 2021
Photo by Jon Silver
It's been four-and-half months since crews from Mortenson broke ground on the new Seattle Center arena, but work is switching into a new gear, said Ken Johnson, who's leading the project for the ownership group.

SnoPUD Community Solar sales start on Earth Day

By JOURNAL STAFF

Snohomish County PUD launches its first Community Solar program Monday — on Earth Day.


80 Columbia City units planned on corner site

By BRIAN MILLER

In February, Cyzner Properties of New Jersey paid almost $3 million for a corner site in Columbia City, at 4740 Rainier Ave. S.


Unico says latest deal ‘rounds out' plan of buying properties near the waterfront

By BRIAN MILLER

With a Portland minority partner, Unico Properties has acquired the historic Washington Park Building, at 68 - 80 S. Washington St. in Pioneer Square.


First Hill building voted Seattle city landmark

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle's Landmarks Preservation Board on Wednesday voted 8-0 to designate the Knights of Columbus building at 700-722 E. Union St. as a city landmark.


Morocco is a trove of Jewish history: Here are some tips on where to find it

By LEANNE ITALIE

With its mountains and desert, beach resorts and Berber villages, Morocco is a feast for travelers of all kinds, including those who want to explore the kingdom's deep Jewish roots.

Washington may be 1st state with long-term care benefit

By RACHEL LA CORTE

The measure creates a benefit for those who pay into the program, with a lifetime maximum of $36,500 per person, paid for by an employee payroll premium.

Exhibit shows local doctor turned painter

The Fountainhead Gallery, located at 625 W. McGraw St., is hosting an exhibit by local doctor-turned-French Impressionist painter, Valerie Collymore.


Do a little digging before planting wildflowers

By DEAN FOSDICK

Gardeners trying to lure pollinators to their landscape would be wise to mimic nature and plant wildflowers. The attractive perennials tolerate harsh climates, seldom need fertilizing and resist most diseases and insect pests.


Notre Dame fire raises fears for UK's crumbling Parliament

By JILL LAWLESS

Fire wardens patrol around the clock to avoid an inferno in London's crumbling, leaky, rodent-infested fire trap.


TODAY'S STORIES

Business
Washington may be 1st state with long-term care benefit
Who owns aloha? Hawaii eyes intellectual property protection for its native culture
Sears sues former chairman Lampert
Notre Dame fire raises fears for UK's crumbling Parliament
Stocks manage modest gains
New commute tool for big businesses
Facebook hit with $39M utility bill

Construction
Fast work reopens Cascades Highway
Final price for arena may hit $930M and it won't open until summer 2021

Environment
Critical bee species dying in Northeast
‘Toxic cocktail' poisons water after huge California wildfire
SnoPUD Community Solar sales start on Earth Day

Weekend
Morocco is a trove of Jewish history: Here are some tips on where to find it
Do a little digging before planting wildflowers
At the Movies: Garfield's the bright spot in a murky ‘Silver Lake'
Exhibit shows local doctor turned painter
San Francisco eyes Lombard Street fee
Color-blind assist at O'Keeffe museum
Pennsylvania is closing popular trail

Real Estate
First Hill building voted Seattle city landmark
Group to sell former Aryan Nations site
Unico says latest deal ‘rounds out' plan of buying properties near the waterfront
80 Columbia City units planned on corner site




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