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Recruits hired after Dec. 7 will need additional training coming out of the academy.
It is a planning document, not a budget.
Tiny pilot project in Glacier could eventually be expanded to Puget Sound region.
Due to lack of critical funding and insufficient cash flow to maintain operations, ArtEast will close by July 31.
The building has been plagued with water failures stemming from Aquatherm pipes.
Warning signs on horizon as housing and rent prices cool down compared to previous years.
Issues of mobility and affordable housing were most commonly addressed at the forum.
Student Art Spaces gives youth accessibility to show their work in a professional show.
The project, set to open to the public in 2024, envisions 200 parking stalls and improved access
A Seattle Children’s Hospital nurse is the latest diagnosed bringing this year’s case count up to 11 residents and two non-resident in King County.
Suzanne Weaver, Joe Robinson and Layna Crofts compete for the Issaquah School District Director District 5 position.
Lawsuit filed in King County Superior Court alleges Aquatherm has been selling faulty pipes.
After expansion into Poulsbo, National Cancer Institute-designated care center gets underway in Issaquah
Tools4School provided more than 900 backpacks to students during the 2018-19 school year.
The annual event will take place at the Issaquah Community Center on July 27.
VoteWA has run into some problems in recent months as the Aug. 6 primary election draws closer.
Issaquah residents supported a traffic light on SE 43rd Street at a CIP public hearing on July 1.
King County voters could approve the renewal and increase of the levy on the August ballot.
Long-term master plans for three major Issaquah open space areas are in the works.
University of Washington among researchers of climate change’s effects in global temperatures.