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  • At home, on the streets
    About 9,294 people are homeless in King County on any given night, according to the annual One Night Count. At least 3,123 of them were living outside — that’s a 14-percent increase from just last year.
  • FOOD MATTERS | Giving thanks for booze and brunch
    America’s most food-centric holiday is coming up, and this year, there’s much to report and recommend to readers who may want to throw up their hands at the whole notion of preparing a family feast.
  • AGING WITH CARE | Respect the holiday traditions, needs of the elderly
    The holiday season is here — a time to be with family and friends and to celebrate. Make the most of it, but while doing so, pay attention to the special needs of aging friends and family.
  • HEALTHY TODAY | Have a healthy Thanksgiving
    We all look forward to the holidays, getting together with family and friends and gathering around the table for a great meal. But with the holidays also comes the tendency to throw your normal diet out the window.
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  • King County Metro Transit will operate on Sunday and reduced weekday schedules over the Thanksgiving holiday and during several holiday periods through January, including a full week of reduced service at the end of December. 
  • With Washington as the No. 1 state for property crime in the nation, some Seattle neighborhoods have taken matters into their own hands (and pockets) to do something about it. 
  • The Phinney Ridge Community Council will consider a Pedestrian Overlay Zone, as recommended by the city’s Department of Planning and Development is recommending a Pedestrian Overlay Zone.  
  • As a few of you know, I went to the old Marysville High School for three years. After I left, it merged with the newer Pilchuck High School, built in the suburban sprawl north of the old town. 
  • In honor of World AIDS Day, a special film screening of the documentary “25 to Life” will be shown at the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI, 104 17th Ave. S.) on Monday, Dec. 1. 

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