Stranded: What happened when Salt Lake City moved an urban school to a suburban location.
London choked: Despite excellent transportation options, London undeniably has the worst traffic congestion in Europe.
Kentish digs: 500 urban style apartments with some commercial could be coming to Kent.
Carbon capping: The Washington State Department of Ecology has issued a new rule to cap carbon emissions for large polluters.
District Council demise: In the aftermath of dismantling the Neighborhood Council system in Seattle, the East District Council is poised to cease as an entity.
PARK(ing) Day: Wonderful Instagram photos from PARK(ing) Day across the US.
Tall timber: Portland may get America’s tallest timber-frame building.
Incremental progress: The drive alone rate continues to drop in Seattle and more women are biking to work, according to the US Census.
Forced removal: Seattle may be on the way to clearing homeless individuals from “the Jungle” under I-5.
Drifting away: Arctic sea ice continues to melt away.
Paramount duty: Will Washington State legislators fully fund education?
Lid it: Capitol Hill Seattle Blog takes a look at what comes next in the effort to lid I-5.
Refusing to go: Increasing numbers of New Yorkers are lawyering up when they face eviction.
Deeply green: A Passive House mixed-use project for 45 units and 4,000 square feet of commercial is planned in Capitol Hill.
Merging together: Cleveland could annex its next door neighbor East Cleveland, which is in fairly bad shape physically and financially.
It’s a wash: Average pay is on the rise for Americans, but so are they’re rents.
Ivy League or suburban?: Where are America’s largest college towns?
Artful design: New details on the Seattle Asian Art Museum overhaul and expansion plans are out.
Family housing: 298 family-sized affordable housing apartment units are planned in North Highline.
Expensive art: A $150 million, 15-story art structure that is climbable appears headed for New York City.
Leading by example: How public employees get to work in the Puget Sound.
Map of the Week: Many charter schools are disproportionately suspending and expeling students in African-American neighborhoods.