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Students from the FIRST Robotics programs had their own booths at this weekend’s Salmon Days.
The Issaquah City Council endorsed the bylaws for the nonprofit tourism organization Visit Issaquah.
Families came out to Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park for a day of learning and fun
Issaquah has won the 2018 Innovation Award for Arts and Culture from Sister Cities International.
Candidates for the fifth district representative positions answered community questions at the forum
More than 100 people celebrated the grand opening for teen cafe “The Garage” on Saturday, Sept. 22.
Eastside cities are joining the regional Welcoming Week program to support their diverse communties.
Eastside Fire and Rescue held a test flight of their new drone donated by supporter Barbara Hamer
The city council continued to make progress on the search for a long-term replacement this week.
Interim city administrator Emily Moon was appointed by the mayor to the her position.
The Issaquah city council received a report on operation models for the future of the senior center.
Larry Patterson began his role Aug. 28 and brings more than 40 years of experience in municipal government in Oregon.
More than 4,000 people came out for the 20th annual Highlands Day celebration event.
After months of discussion, the Bellevue City Council approved a land use code amendment for homeless shelters.
City council discussed the 2019 grant recommendations and plans for the Issaquah senior center.
Students from Hau Kong International School came to Sammamish this July.
Snoqualmie welcomes new downtown business Carousel Gift Shop
Three of the leading candidates attended the forum at Blakely Hall in Issaquah on July 24.
In a 5-2 vote, the council approved a separation agreement with Howard at their July 17 meeting.
The Issaquah Chamber of Commerce held their own primary election candidate forum on July 12