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Eastside school districts take precautions following recent coronavirus outbreak.
14 confirmed cases and six deaths as of March 2.
A faculty member and about 16 nursing students were at Life Care Center of Kirkland last week.
Public Health announces 2 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday, bringing the total number of cases in King County to 6
Issaquah Development Commission approves site development permit application for new ISD middle school.
Early election returns show the levy passing by 61.5 percent. To pass, levies in Washington State must receive more than 50 percent approval by voters.
Low risk, misinformation, racial profiling and North Bend quarantine.
Swedish doctors held a press conference detailing steps following the strike.
Dozens of Issaquah nurses walked out of Swedish for safe patient care Tuesday.
Now in their ninth year, Nite Wave will debut at a new Eastside venue and play with ’80s icon Tiffany.
Though approved, a disappointed council desires major changes to master site plan.
After student sessions, the committee should have decisions formalized by March.
New auditor’s report shows schools have not reported accurate vaccination data.
The story that inspired “You’ve Got Mail” debuts Jan. 16.
The delay will give ISD and Providence Point residents more time to come up with a solution.
Rezoning of Providence Heights, seven other properties will move forward.
All dove sales go to support Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV).
A synthesis of readers theater and Christmas carols, Master Chorus Eastside presents “A Christmas Carol.”
The now 60-year-old recently won the Veteran World Championships in October.
The Light Up the Night lighted people parade and Holiday Beach Party will be at 5–6:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 1 at Lake Sammamish State Park.