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Sammamish decides that Electronic Reader Boards would not be an allowed use.
Issaquah has ended the Talus development agreement and enacted updated replacement regulations.
Council will explore the data collected on peak hours of morning traffic.
The city of Sammamish has partnered with the Snoqualmie Tribe, Kokanee Work Group, King County and local property owners to restore the creek.
Iftar is the meal after sunset that breaks the daily fast during the month of Ramadan.
The city of Issaquah’s development moratorium has ended. Originally enacted in 2016, the moratorium was lifted after the City Council approved the final moratorium-related ordinance… Continue reading
The event at the Issaquah Senior Center brought together four former mayors in addition to the city’s current mayor.
Five area service providers recently hosted a joint event to educate community members about the impacts of homelessness.
It was the first fatal cougar attack in Washington State in 94 years.
Improved cell phone data bandwidth and increased affordable housing units will be coming to Issaquah.
The market is open every Wednesday through Sept. 26.
The car was built in 1901, was one of two train cars built to a specific design specification and is the only survivor of the two.
Council approves increasing penalties, higher fines.
Hearing examiner reverses the house’s designation as a historic landmark.
Sammamish holds open house for housing policy feedback.
After two years of planning, the work put into crafting a space for teenagers in Issaquah is about to pay off. At their April 16… Continue reading
Fuse Washington put a call out for people to rally after Rossi did not respond to a request for comment regarding funding from the gun industry.
Calls for service have increased following 2016 Klahanie annexation.
Dozens of residents and supporters marched to the office of Rose Crest at Talus, a federally-subsidized low-income apartment complex in Issaquah, to protest the unfair… Continue reading
The council member said that a new job would not allow him to fulfill his duties.