Nicole Jennings

The Issaquah Senior Center held an end-of-year party to celebrate the first year under city leadership. Nicole Jennings/staff photo

Issaquah Senior Center celebrates a year under new leadership

City took over Issaquah Senior Center at beginning of 2017


Issaquah Community Services a ‘godsend’ for woman with disability

Organization hopes to raise $100,000 in sole annual fundraiser


Village Theatre’s ‘Newsies’ offers dynamic show, inspiring life lesson | Review

Disney musical examines age-old struggle between haves and have-nots


Council mulls tax exemption for boost in Central Issaquah affordable housing

Transit-oriented development project set to include 176 units of affordable housing

Issaquah School District lowers levy ask after community backlash

Four-year levy request lowered from maximum amount to two-year levy

Issaquah massage therapist takes third at world championship

There are world championships in soccer, tennis, skiing — and also massage. And Issaquah’s own Elise Volkmann recently earned herself a bronze medal competing against… Continue reading

Newly elected council member moved out of Issaquah, gave up seat due to affordable housing

Affordable housing — or rather, the lack thereof in Issaquah — is one of the most hot-button issues at City Council meetings. And ironically, it… Continue reading

Residents rally to save Bergsma property from development in Issaquah

Development would bring 57 homes to Cougar Mountain

City of Issaquah seeks new council member

The city of Issaquah is currently accepting applications for a candidate to fill City Council Position 3. The council unanimously approved the timeline and process… Continue reading

Investor would have turned Providence Heights into veterans village

A private investor approached Churchome with a plan to buy and preserve Providence Heights.

Issaquah Teen Cafe to give local students a new opportunity

A new Issaquah coffee spot will soon give local teenagers a special place to call their own. The all new Issaquah Teen Cafe, tentatively set… Continue reading

Issaquah’s Eastside Baby Corner luncheon raises over $335,000 for ‘brighter futures’

Nonprofit provides clothing, diapers and more to children in four counties

School district makes move to acquire land in Sammamish

The school board entered into a purchase and sale agreement for three parcels

‘Gym on wheels’ coming to Issaquah, Sammamish

We’ve all been there — you meant to stop at the gym, but with getting the kids off to school, a long day at the… Continue reading

Issaquah veteran helped others through life and death

For the late Derek “Chip” Hansen of Issaquah, the desire to help others began at a young age. “Once you were his friend, you were… Continue reading

Pauly leads Winterstein in mayoral race

In the first wave of election results from King County, released at approximately 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Mary Lou Pauly was leading opponent Paul Winterstein… Continue reading

Public commenters beg Issaquah Council for heroin treatment facilities, not injection sites

Two dozen people from Issaquah and around King County came out to Monday’s Issaquah City Council meeting to give their views during a public hearing… Continue reading

High-energy dance and the fight to make a difference in Disney’s ‘Newsies’ at Village

Open the gates and seize the day — the Newsies are dancing into Issaquah’s Village Theatre this November. In other words, get ready for boys… Continue reading

City of Issaquah OKs Providence Heights demolition; preservation groups outraged

“Grieving,” “mourning” and “heartbroken” are just some of the words that supporters of saving the Providence Heights campus used in the wake of a settlement… Continue reading

Vogue Knitting LIVE brings knitting enthusiasts from across the country to Bellevue

Does this blustery weather make you want to curl up on the couch with a blanket, hot chocolate, a cat and a new knitting project?… Continue reading