What could have been a routine traffic stop turned into a high-speed chase, with a motorcyclist plunging 80-feet into the North Fork of Issaquah creek Wednesday night.
Issaquah’s Michael Eng said it takes everyone to be the 12th man. In case you don’t know, that’s a reference to the loud and proud Seahawk’s fans. But Eng might be one of the most visible of the Seahawks super fans.
Work is finally beginning on Pickering Hills, a new 20-home subdivision on Newport Way Northwest.
Marty Reilly, 53, has been in a wheelchair for 20 years, after a trampoline accident in which he landed on his head. Paralyzed from the neck down, his entire life changed in that moment.
Kevin Velasco was released from rehab Saturday evening, July 12. He’d been there almost a month battling heroin addiction. By Monday morning, he was dead.
If you’ve ever wondered what a human-scale bird’s nest looks like, you can find out at Village Green Park in the Issaquah Highlands this weekend.
Issaquah Mayor Fred Butler acknowledged that it had been a number of years since they got together, because they’ve been inwardly focused, but, he said, in reality they have a lot in common.
The Challenge Series Race, in its 17th year in Issaquah, brought out a dozen drivers, and 45 riders on a very hot Saturday.
Scary customer, mail tampering, fraud, drunk and yelling, spying on the fish?
With legal marijuana retailers opening in Washington this week, it won’t be long until Issaquah has a shop of its own.
Costco has been working with Issaquah city staff to add 1.5 million square feet – most likely office space – to its complex.
McDonald’s of Issaquah at 1305 Northwest Gilman Boulevard was closed down Monday, July 7, after raw sewage backed up into the kitchen.
Issaquah’s new Police Chief Scott Behrbaum is very tall and authoritative in appearance. But he’s also a really nice guy who cares a great deal about the community he and his force protect.
Developer Skip Rowley was all smiles as he and his daughter, Kari Magill, broke ground on the Homewood Suites by Hilton.
Timber Ridge has relinquished a certificate of need it received last year to establish a 56-bed skilled nursing facility within the community.
Erez Benari wanted to do something special for the Jewish Community — he wants to make them laugh.
As getting around Issaquah proves to be more challenging, the Issaquah City Council approved the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) at Monday’s regular council meeting.
Despite the wild weather — dads, families, and car lovers in general came out Sunday, Father’s Day, to admire the hot rods and other cars at Fenders on Front Street.
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.
It was 70 years ago Friday that the Allied forces launched the largest seaborne invasion in history, storming the beach at Normandy, France, giving the German Army a serious blow. Many veterans still remember those days and were at Issaquah’s Memorial Park to mark the occasion.
The preliminary plat for the three last developable parcels in the Talus Mountainside Urban Village, was approved by the Issaquah City Council Monday night, June 2.
Although Dan Menser works full-time as one of T-Mobile’s in-house attorneys, he also is one of approximately 100 attorneys who volunteers for the Eastside Legal Assistance Program, or ELAP. “There’s no shortage of underserved legal issues,” Menser said.
David Waggoner has been a resident of Issaquah since 1945, with the exception of the years he spent serving his country, including active duty in the Vietnam War. His father, one of the greatest generation, served in World War II. Waggoner, the commander of the Issaquah VFW Post 3436, has arranged for four flyable P-51 Mustangs to fly over Issaquah’s Memorial Field to mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day.