• AmeriCorps member reflects on her year of service
    July 10, 2017, Comments Off

    By Priyanka Choudhury Special to The Voice As an AmeriCorps member serving at Full Life Care − Solstice Behavioral Health, I have learned so much about myself and my community. […]

  • SHA launches new website
    July 10, 2017, Comments Off

      Seattlehousing.org has a fresh new look. The site has a new design with lots of photos, improved navigation, resident stories and best of all, it works on your phone or […]

  • Get ready for this year’s Night Out on August 1
    July 10, 2017, Comments Off

    By Seattle Neighborhood Group It’s almost that time of year! National “Night Out” Against Crime is a crime prevention event that happens annually on the first Tuesday in August: this […]

  • SPL’s Bookmobile serves up stories to Rainier Vista
    July 10, 2017, Comments Off

    The Seattle Public Library will be bringing its mobile library, the Bookmobile, to Rainier Vista this summer. The Bookmobile will be at the Rainier Vista park on Tuesdays from 2:00-4:00 […]

  • Houston, far left, greets a visitor as Rue, center, looks on. Juveniles are called kids, and  females are referred to as does or nannies. Males are called bucks or billies. These rescue goats have devoured unwanted weeds located at Seattle’s Navigation Center, which opens soon. Known for their calming demeanor, goats were used as companions for high-strung racehorses. Stableboys who stole goats before races did so to upset their competitors, causing them to lose. The phrase, “I’m going to get your goat,” thus refers to angering or annoying one’s rival.
    The kids are alright
    July 6, 2017, Comments Off

    By Nancy Gardner The  Voice editor The City of Seattle’s new Navigation Center for the homeless, opening this summer, got some landscaping assistance from 55 rescue goats in early June. […]