Nicole Jennings

Orthodontist Rooz Khosravi blends old and new at his Sammamish office

Porth (Personalized Orthodontics) opened up in Sammamish last year.

 

Issaquah levies, two Lake Washington levies passing | UPDATE

Ballot measures will pay for new school buses, construction of new schools and technology improvements.

 

Beaver Lake Killer sentenced to four-and-a-half years in jail

Ka’Deidre Rials fatally ran over the son of a Seattle police officer at Beaver Lake Park before fleeing the scene.

 

Canadian facility offers answers on supervised consumption sites

As Issaquah debates a ban, Vancouver’s Insite sheds light on the real impact of giving people a place to safely take drugs.

Issaquah Council fills vacant position

New Councilmember Victoria Hunt has a background in ecology, land management and urban planning.

Governor lauds green energy development in Issaquah

zHome houses use solar panels and other green energy strategies to replace all the energy they consume.

Beloved mascot of Sammamish school to live on in bronze statue after retirement

Beaver Lake Middle School has had a live bulldog on campus for over two dozen years.

Issaquah Councilmember to run for 5th District in November

Bill Ramos gains early endorsements from King County executive, others.

Serious, poignant drama at Village’s ‘The Gin Game’

Pulitzer-winning show includes just two cast members

Sammamish Beaver Lake killer pleads guilty to hit-and-run, identity theft

Woman could receive over five years in jail time

Residents want city to speed up on addressing Issaquah Highlands’ traffic

Residents want to see physical engineering improvements, not more talk.

Seattle Women’s March 2.0 in Photos

Tens of thousands take to Seattle’s streets to support the #MeToo movement and marginalized communities.

Photo by Taylor McAvoy

Scenes From Seattle Women’s March 2018

From Cal Anderson Park to Seattle Center, Seattle Weekly captures the demonstration’s atmosphere.

Photo by Taylor McAvoy

Issaquah Senior Center gets $25K to find new partner

City took over Issaquah Senior Center in 2017, hopes to work with new operating partner.

Issaquah teens take a stand against drug, alcohol abuse at capitol

Policy Prevention Day raises awareness for legislative policies that fight drug and alcohol abuse.

Inslee talks education, carbon tax and opioid crisis

Carbon tax proposal would replenish the state’s reserves for the first year for education spending.

Mayor Mary Lou Pauly kicks off term with speech at Issaquah Chamber

Pauly took over as mayor on Jan. 2.

Sammamish woman receives letters from strangers for 101st birthday

Eileen Wilkinson has lived through two world wars and the Great Depression.

Sammamish, Issaquah residents gear up for Women’s March, round two

Last year’s Seattle march drew nearly 200,000.

Judge overturns lawsuit settlement, gives Providence Heights new lease on life

Demolition of the campus in Issaquah was set to begin on Saturday.