Nicole Jennings

Eastside Baby Corner raises awareness of diaper need

“Diapers, wine and appetizers” was the title of the reception held by Eastside Baby Corner on Sept. 26 in honor of National Diaper Need Awareness… Continue reading

Rossi cites record of bipartisan politics in decision to run as Reichert replacement

Sen. Dino Rossi is running for Reichert’s Congressional seat

Sammamish communications manager resigns | Update

Tim Larson resigns after 15 years with city

Issaquah, Lake Washington principals learn about Sammamish YMCA youth programs, services

Administrators and educators from elementary, middle and high schools throughout the Issaquah and Lake Washington school districts and from Eastside Catholic School learned about all… Continue reading

Issaquah Library recognizes, celebrates multitude of cultures in city

The Issaquah Library honored national Welcoming Week on Sept. 20 with Issaquah Welcomes You, a cultural extravaganza that organizers said will be a yearly tradition.… Continue reading

Lambert, Murphy debate at Blakely Hall

King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert, who represents District 3, and contender John Murphy went head-to-head at a Sept. 20 candidate forum at Blakely Hall in… Continue reading

Residents ask Issaquah Council to reject safe injection sites

At the Sept. 5 Issaquah City Council meeting, council members heard nearly unanimous support for safe injection sites from locals during public comment. But at… Continue reading

‘Dementia whisperer’ brings knowledge to Issaquah caregivers

Dementia expert Laura Wayman of Roseville, California starts every one of her training workshops with the story of Peggy and Jack. Peggy and Jack had… Continue reading

Inglewood eighth-graders immigrate through Ellis Island

Imagine that you made the heart-wrenching decision to leave your family and hometown behind, give up your job, sell all that you had to afford… Continue reading

Issaquah residents shocked by unusually high water bills | Update

Update: The city stated on Sept. 22 in a press release that it has completed an investigation into South Cove residents’ water and has not… Continue reading

City Church to appeal Providence Heights landmark designation

The battle between the Sammamish Heritage Society and Kirkland-based The City Church’s subsidiary, Plateau Campus, LLC, looks as though it will last even longer; The… Continue reading

Public hearing delves into question of new school for Issaquah Highlands

A public hearing and subsequent discussion over an agenda bill to annex a property known as the King County Island at the Sept. 5 Issaquah… Continue reading

Issaquah Council considers safe injection sites after grieving parents’ comments

The conversation about safe injection sites in King County made an appearance at the Issaquah City Council meeting on Sept. 5. And it was a… Continue reading

Issaquah School District approves 2017-18 budget

The Issaquah School Board approved the new fiscal year’s budget at the Aug. 23 meeting, just two weeks before the start of the school year.… Continue reading

Sammamish Heritage Society wins Providence Heights appeal

The Providence Heights campus just received a new lease on life — the Sammamish Heritage Society won its appeal of the demolition permit the city… Continue reading

Eastside Fire and Rescue sheds light on fires roaring through state

With smoky skies covering Washington, many Eastside residents woke up to a layer of ash on their cars. Eastside Fire and Rescue Captain Steve Westlake,… Continue reading

Reichert announces he won’t seek re-election after mock Issaquah rally

Eighth Congressional District Rep. Dave Reichert (R-WA) announced he won’t seek re-election in 2018 on Wednesday morning, one week following a satirical Issaquah rally that… Continue reading

La-Z-Boy coming to Staples building

The mystery of what will fill the Staples building on Front Street North in Issaquah, sitting empty since January, has finally been solved. Furniture retailer… Continue reading

Issaquah City Council candidates debate traffic, growth at Blakely Hall forum

The 2017 Issaquah mayor candidates have debated the topics of growth, density, traffic and transportation at length. But on the evening of Aug. 23 at… Continue reading

Issaquah family recalls horror of Barcelona terrorist attack

It was nearing the end of a wonderful trip to Spain for Dave and Mindi Kronstad and their two sons, all of Issaquah. After taking… Continue reading