From July 26- September 27, five 1-hour online workshops will take place.
Since its formation, Citizen Mint has found an office space in the City of Bellevue.
DCYF’s Juvenile Rehabilitation system serves over 700 youth throughout the state.
Best of Issaquah 2021 reeled in 12,000 submisssions from about 1,100 voters.
The DSHS benefits program assists school-aged children facing food insecurity.
The three-digit calling code goes live July 16.
The wine walk will take place on July 16 from 6-9 p.m.
The event will take place on July 17 at Lake Sammamish State Park from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sheriff Patti Cole-Tindall will begin implementing new changes to the agency in September.
The Artwalk & Music strolls will take place on every 2nd Saturday of the month until September.
According to the CDC, 15% of rape assaults across the nation result in pregnancy.
Adam Immerwahr and Laura Lee will assist with moving the theatre towards a dual leadership model.
State has been allotted 398 courses of the 2-dose JYNNEOS monkeypox vaccine.
The Northwest Abortion Access Fund (NWAAF) is already receiving calls from people in Texas and Louisiana.
Dennis Worsham will continue to serve as interim director until September 6.
Washington is expecting an influx of people seeking abortions from out of state.
Fortunato No. 4 opened their first brick and mortar location at Issaquah Commons this June.
Washington’s lowest score was 13 out of 20 points in the Work Environment and Employment section.
Signs with detour routes will be available; closure will take place from June 17-20 to demolish Main Street Bridge.
The event will take place on July 17 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.