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The Sammamish Chamber of Commerce has recently added new members and businesses to the chamber.
Jareme Parsons was so intrigued by European sports cars when he grew up in the small Oregon community of Corvallis that his mother was not surprised when her teenage son began to tinker under the hood of her Porsche.
Gilly, a rescued Conure (a small parrot) greets you upon entering Gilman Gallery Antiques. Customers nosh on cookies and coffee, which are always out for them. It’s a friendly place.
In conjunction with the Fenders on Front Street car show, Gilman Village will host a Boardwalk Sale at Gilman Village. The two-day event will be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, June 14, and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday, June 15.
Tiger Mountain Winery of Issaquah received a double-gold Grand Award of Excellence for its 2012 Cuvée Noir (a Rhône-Style blend of Syrah, Mourvèdre and Cinsault) at the 2014 Seattle Wine Awards.
EvergreenHealth Partners has created the Puget Sound region’s first clinically integrated network linking independent physicians and private practices with EvergreenHealth-employed physicians.
Small Threads for Kids owner and manager Dixie Bair and Eastside Baby Corner volunteer George Vanni stand behind a truckload of unsold items that Bair recently donated to EBC on behalf of her consigners.
Issaquah's Twin Cedars Winery received three top honors at this year’s Seattle Wine Awards.
Neal Lighting Services in Issaquah has been recognized by Puget Sound Energy for helping customers take advantage of incentives from PSE to make their homes and multifamily properties more energy efficient.
The Downtown Issaquah Association is encouraging merchants to donate to the organization and receive a 75 percent tax credit on their state B&O tax. The credit is part of the Washington State Main Street Tax Incentive Program.
The Bellevue College accounting program will host industry leaders, including Doug Sleeter at its third annual year-end celebration May 30 on the Eastside college campus’ N201 building.
The Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce and Microsoft have come together to help support small businesses in Issaquah and the Eastside.
The Issaquah School District's bond rating has been increased to AA+ from AA by Standard and Poor’s Financial Services.
The inaugural Issaquah Job Fair, geared toward job seekers ages 16-24, will be held from 2-5 p.m. May 28 at Pickering Barn.
1st Security Bank has hired Mark Meadowcroft of Issaquah as a loan officer for its Bellevue Home Lending Office.
Hypnotherapist Laura Rude of Secret Changes Hypnosis has changed the company's name to HealthWise Hypnosis.
EvergreenHealth’s medical staff recently recognized three colleagues for exemplary care and service at the third annual Medical Staff Award Dinner and Ceremony.
Charlie Liu is like many Pacific North-westerners. He loves the outdoors and outdoor activities.
Grand Ridge Plaza will see an infusion of people in brightly colored morphsuits, skin-tight spandex garments, on Saturday, May 3, giving away prizes and a chance to win a $500 shopping spree.
The city of Issaquah has signed off on a permit to remodel the vacant 49,516 square-foot former Albertsons building at 5530 East Lake Sammamish Parkway into a two-tenant building, with Value Village being the primary tenant.