• Lictonwood apartments suffer fire damage
    November 1, 2017, Comments Off

    By Seattle Housing Authority At approximately 1:15 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 4, a fire broke out in a second story unit at the Seattle Housing Authority’s Lictonwood apartments, located at […]

  • Beloved family support worker bids a fond farewell
    November 1, 2017, Comments Off

    After 32 years, Neighborhood House’s Annie Edwards retires By Nancy Gardner The Voice editor Annie Edwards, family support worker, has worked for Neighborhood House longer than many of its staff […]

  • Senior Housing residents show off their green thumbs
    September 1, 2017, Comments Off

    By Brenda Kay Neth SHA resident Carol Kinney, 80, has risked her life for gardening. Kinney is an Olmsted Manor resident who has survived blood cancer. She said that after […]

  • Yesler’s latest addition, Hoa Mai Gardens, opens
    September 1, 2017, Comments Off

    By Seattle Housing Authority Hoa Mai Gardens provides 111 new apartments in a mix of one, two, three and four-bedroom units for income-eligible individuals and families. The welcoming to Hoa […]

  • King County’s homeless population continues to rise
    June 12, 2017, Comments Off

    By Voice Staff A new, more comprehensive point-in-time homelessness report released last month By All Home provides critical information on homelessness in Seattle and King County. Using a nationally recognized […]

  • Get help paying for college
    May 1, 2017, Comments Off

    By Seattle Housing Authority Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the first step students can take to invest in their future. The FAFSA can help access […]