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Locals can visit numerous new developments this summer, all within Eastside communities.
The master plan will be built primarily on community feedback as it develops throughout 2019.
Community will shape how how the city uses the old space. The new skate park opened in 2017.
Issaquah residents will see the state invest $68.4 million in capital and transportation projects.
The chamber of commerce hosted a month-long contest to find the best dishes among local restaurants.
The shelter will serve single women and families with children who are experiencing homelessness.
The health system is asking for local voters to approve a bond measure of $345 million over 20 years.
Five Eastside chambers of commerce collaborated to host the Eastside Regional Business Summit.
The East Coast burger chain will open in Kirkland Urban, the nearly completed mixed-use development.
The nationally accredited care provider recently opened its Issaquah clinic to serve Eastsiders.
If the budget passes through the State House and Senate, it would provide $26 million.
The flowers are funded entirely through donations and locals can make donations for Mother’s Day.
The local Scout and Molly’s franchise recently opened and is hosting a preview party Saturday.
The widespread increase in rat populations has been wreaking havoc in previously untouched areas.
Spira Power Yoga expanded to Issaquah to offer closer classes for local students.
The Eastside sees some of the biggest differences in median rent rate year to year.
Truong Luu recently celebrated the first anniversary of his Issaquah Highlands 9Round franchise.
WSDOT works with commuters to minimize impacts during Seattle’s longest major highway closure.
Locals can get rid of storm debris for no extra charge on regular yard-waste removal days.
The bills focus on gun control, consumer protection and raising vape and tobacco product age limits.