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Fire Station 22 opens on Roanoke
Photo by Rio Namiki, Weinstein A+U
The recently completed Roanoke Fire Station 22 is the last replacement station built with funds from the 2003 City of Seattle Fire Levy.

Revenue forecast is good news for state lawmakers

By RACHEL LA CORTE

As lawmakers prepare to unveil their supplemental budget proposals next week they received good news Thursday about state revenue projections that look to increase by about $1.3 billion more than expected through 2021.

Mortgage rates reach highest level in 4 years

By ALEX VEIGA and JOSH BOAK

Bankrate's forecast calls for rates on the 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage to climb above 5 percent, then pull back to finish the year at 4.5 percent.

2 UW buildings will be considered for nomination as city landmarks

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle's Landmarks Preservation Board on March 7 will consider nominating as city landmarks two buildings on the University of Washington campus: Washington Canoe House and Mackenzie Hall.

$2M boost for training workers

By JOURNAL STAFF

Three public partners are joining forces to bring more traditionally underrepresented people into the construction field.

Finding the right Mexican beach house to rent takes work, but you can do it

By MARJORIE MILLER

Now with Airbnb, HomeAway and other sites, we have a plethora of houses to pick from, with photos from every angle and customer reviews. Our children are adults with their own opinions. Satisfying everyone's wish list is a challenge.

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After Hours: Small is big at the 2018 home show

You can see She Sheds and other options for tiny homes and backyard studios at Seattle Home Show, which runs Feb. 17-25 at CenturyLink Field Event Center.

What's your firm's policy on romance?

By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG

Bosses are being proactive, telling couples that if a romance sours, both people are expected to behave appropriately. Some are even asking couples to sign a contract.



Covered in light-absorbing Vantablack pigment, it is nearly impossible to make out the contours of the pavilion building designed by architect Asif Khan.  

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