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A job fair will be held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. April 28 in the Pickering Barn on 1730 10th Ave. N.W.
Three Eastside business leaders will be inducted into the Junior Achievement Puget Sound Business Hall of Fame on April 23.
The 20-acre three-building park is home to divisions of Microsoft and Costco, the latter of which began its lease in August. The office park is fully occupied by the two companies.
Federico and Faviola Ramos, owner/operators of Agave Cocina & Tequilas Restaurants are expanding their Issaquah High lands location by one-quarter, adding a retractable seasonal patio adjacent to the restaurant’s front door.
Northwest Inboards, opened in May by Lake Sammamish native Darren Lamont, received two Best New Dealership awards from manufacturers Axis Wake and Supra. The awards were given based on sales and customer feedback, Lamont said.
Key players in the new Homewood Suites by Hilton facility in Issaquah participated in a topping off ceremony today.
David Irons, of Coldwell Banker Bain in Issaquah, has been named Government Affairs Volunteer of the Year honors by the Seattle King County Realtors.
Paul Gregoire, president of Bake's Marine Center is now part owner of WJB Enterprises, Inc.
The Downtown Issaquah Association has named Jamie Lilly and Robyn Barfoot to the 2015 board of directors.
Uncle Si’s Pizza opened a second location Dec. 8. The new restaurant, located at 3310 East Lake Sammamish, seats approximately 100 in a large dining room with three 55 inch screen TVs.
The Issaquah Chamber of Commerce will hold a B2B Alliance Meeting from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4. The event is designed to help businesses share information with others who have the same type of clients.
Joe Quinlan was back on the Eastside on Nov. 19 to provide business and community leaders with an even more optimistic 2015 economic forecast than he predicted for the country in 2014.
More than 15 vendors gathered at Sammamish's Plateau Club for a networking fair during the Sammamish Chamber of Commerce's monthly luncheon Nov. 20.
Nothing Bundt Cakes, 755 N.W. Gilman, opened its first King County location, cutting the ribbon on the bundt cake-centric bakery with Issaquah Mayor Fred Butler, Issaquah Chamber of Commerce CEO Matthew Bott, and Impact Studios founder and "King of Issaquah" Nathan Bosseler.
As Chinese philosopher Sun Tzu wrote in “The Art of War,” “Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.” Only the most prepared of shoppers will emerge victorious on Black Friday. Be well prepared with these tips compiled by the Reporter.
Black Friday weekend stands to be especially bountiful for one Sammamish shopper, courtesy of the Sammamish Chamber of Commerce.
This year, as last, the business will kick off holiday sales with a celebration and introduce reindeer for customer viewing at its location. Petting, feeding or riding the reindeer isn’t allowed.
They may throw fish at Pike Place Fish Market, but the best fish market in Western Washington is firmly rooted to the ground, and not found down on the Seattle waterfront.
The president and operating partner of the WildFin American Grill locations in Issaquah and Renton made the commitment to give his staff Thanksgiving and Christmas off before he ever opened for business three years ago.
The statewide median price for a single family home rose to $277,100, a 5.2 percent increase compared to the third quarter of 2013, according to the Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies at the University of Washington.