Nicole Jennings

Issaquah veteran helped others through life and death

For the late Derek “Chip” Hansen of Issaquah, the desire to help others began at a young age. “Once you were his friend, you were… Continue reading

Pauly leads Winterstein in mayoral race

In the first wave of election results from King County, released at approximately 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Mary Lou Pauly was leading opponent Paul Winterstein… Continue reading

Public commenters beg Issaquah Council for heroin treatment facilities, not injection sites

Two dozen people from Issaquah and around King County came out to Monday’s Issaquah City Council meeting to give their views during a public hearing… Continue reading

High-energy dance and the fight to make a difference in Disney’s ‘Newsies’ at Village

Open the gates and seize the day — the Newsies are dancing into Issaquah’s Village Theatre this November. In other words, get ready for boys… Continue reading

City of Issaquah OKs Providence Heights demolition; preservation groups outraged

“Grieving,” “mourning” and “heartbroken” are just some of the words that supporters of saving the Providence Heights campus used in the wake of a settlement… Continue reading

Vogue Knitting LIVE brings knitting enthusiasts from across the country to Bellevue

Does this blustery weather make you want to curl up on the couch with a blanket, hot chocolate, a cat and a new knitting project?… Continue reading

Evergreen Academy tots trick-or-treat with Spiritwood residents | Photos

Close to 100 youngsters from Evergreen Academy Montessori Preschool in Issaquah brought some Halloween cheer to the residents of Issaquah assisted living and retirement facility… Continue reading

Downtown Issaquah Zombie Walk 2017 | Photos

No brains were reported taken when a group of bloodthirsty zombies took over the streets of Issaquah on Saturday afternoon. It can only mean one… Continue reading

Sammamish Chamber holds first-ever Business Awards Luncheon

It was as if the Oscars had come to the Sahalee Country Club on Thursday when the Sammamish Chamber of Commerce held its first-ever Business… Continue reading

Pauly, Winterstein debate at final Blakely Hall forum before election

Last Wednesday’s debate between Issaquah mayoral candidates Mary Lou Pauly and Paul Winterstein marked the last in a series of candidate forums hosted by the… Continue reading

Issaquah, Sammamish residents frustrated as school district seeks maximum tax levy

Local residents and politicians alike are expressing shock and frustration after the Issaquah School District voted to put the maximum possible levy amount on next… Continue reading

Sammamish teen loses battle with rare cancer, leaves legacy

A beloved member of the Sammamish community has lost his nine-month battle with a very rare and aggressive form of cancer. Eastlake High School alum… Continue reading

Issaquah enacts six-month moratorium on injection sites

Opponents of safe injection sites can breathe a sigh of relief for the next six months — the Issaquah City Council voted at Monday’s meeting… Continue reading

Maywood Middle student hit by school bus

A Maywood Middle School student was hit by a school bus Friday morning at the entrance to the Renton school, Maywood Principal Erin McKee said… Continue reading

Betsy DeVos’ Bellevue visit on education reform draws hundreds of protesters

Hundreds of protesters filled Bellevue Way as Betsy DeVos, President Donald Trump’s secretary of education, came to Bellevue to address the Washington Policy Center’s annual… Continue reading

All-volunteer Nightmare at Beaver Lake spooks Sammamish for 14th year

The residential streets of Sammamish are the quintessential, idyllic American suburb — children playing in driveways, picture-perfect houses and mountainous scenery in the background. But… Continue reading

Take a walk ‘Into the Woods’ at Village Theatre | The Eastside Scene

The classic Grimm Brothers fairy tales with have been done onstage more times than Cinderella had to scrub her wicked stepmother’s kitchen floor. But Stephen… Continue reading

Sister cities united through art | Norwegian artist brings talents to Salmon Days

Salmon Days may be a celebration about that most Pacific Northwestern of icons — the salmon — but this year’s celebration had a bit of… Continue reading

City Church sues city of Issaquah, King County over Providence Heights

Plateau Campus, LLC, a subsidiary of The City Church of Kirkland, has filed a lawsuit against the city of Issaquah and King County through the… Continue reading

Mayoral, City Council candidates engage in lively debate

Mayoral, council candidates debate development, traffic, other issues