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Earlier this month, citizens submitted nearly 40 questions for the candidates during the Sammamish City Council candidate forum Oct. 7. There was not enough time to answer every citizen question, which is why the Issaquah/Sammamish Reporter reached out to the candidates, asking them to submit their answers via email.
The city of Issaquah joined the city of Sammamish in collecting food during a month-long food drive throughout the Eastside.
Volunteers are needed to advocate for long-term care (LTC) residents in Issaquah, Bellevue and Sammamish communities.
The southern segment stretches from Southeast 43rd Way to Southeast 33rd Street.
Sammamish will be installing and testing its new "Traffic Signal Intelligent Transportation System" along the 228th corridor, between Issaquah-Pine Lake Road and Northeast 12th Place, according to a city press release.
Drop off unused or expired medication at Issaquah City Hall at 130 E. Sunset Way on Sept. 26 from 10 a.m to 2 p.m.
The Sammamish City Council broke for summer vacation after its last regular meeting July 21.
Experience Scottish history at the 69th Seattle Scottish Highland Games & Clan Gathering at the Enumclaw Expo Center in Enumclaw, Washington, July 24-26.
A 24-year-old Pullman man accused of murdering his father, a Sammamish resident, waived his right to a speedy trial in the Whitman County Superior Court Friday, July 11, the Pullman Daily News reported.
Friends of Lake Sammamish State Park will host an open house celebrating the completion of the parks’ new Sunset Beach Bathhouse.
Those seeking a commercial driver license or commercial learner permit within the state must prove their citizenship or permanent residency beginning Sept. 1, according to a state press release.
The Issaquah-based Thundering Angels MC presents the ninth annual Burgers, Bikers and Babes motorcycle rally Sunday, July 12.
After more than 35 years, AtWork! Recycling Center will close to the public Wednesday, July 1, according to an AtWork! press release.
The city of Issaquah will lower its flags to half-staff Saturday to recognized the recent death of Washington State University president Elson Floyd.
The Issaquah and Sammamish city offices will close Friday, July 3, in recognition of Fourth of July.
The Issaquah Police Department will host the "Coffee with a Cop" event at Top Pot Doughnuts, 1235 Maple St., July 15 from 9-11 a.m.
Don't let an expired registration decal soil your day on the water.
Community members are encouraged to learn how to prepare for disasters at the Field Day 2015 event.
Organizers expect 200 neighborhood residents to attend.
The Issaquah Community Center summer Saturday hours begin June 6 and continue through Aug. 29.