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On May 9, the Food and Clothing Bank needs help with the U.S. Postal Service’s annual ‘Stamp Out Hunger Drive.’
For one day only, on May 5, donations made through GiveBIG, will be “stretched” by a matching contribution from the Seattle Foundation.
The local United States Coast guard Auxiliary Eastside Flotilla 22 will present three, one-day classes on boating rules and safety.
Friends of Lake Sammamish State Park will host a cleanup event on the southern border of the park April 25.
The city of Sammamish will only accept passport applications on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Issaquah Farmers Market will open for its 25th year May 2.
Sammamish City Council unanimously extended the emergency tree ordinance it passed in October 2014 for another six months.
Sammamish hired Andrew Warren Zagars as the new city engineer earlier this month.
The Issaquah School District is warning Second Avenue Southeast drivers of likely traffic slowdowns during upcoming construction on the Issaquah Middle School campus.
The Downtown Issaquah Association will hold volunteer event "Keep Issaquah Beautiful Day" 9 a.m. to noon April 25.
The Issaquah Job Fair will be held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. April 28 in the Pickering Barn on 1730 10th Ave. N.W.
On April 10, the city of Issaquah named former Mayor Ava Frisinger and the Issaquah Highlands Community Association as recipients of city environmental awards.
State transferred forestland to buy land better suited for timber revenue
Several Sammamish residents showed up to speak with Sammamish Police at the informal "Coffee with a Cop" event at the Starbucks on the corner of 228th Avenue and Northeast Fourth Street April 2.
Sammamish City Council appointed more than 50 students to the Sammamish Youth Board at Tuesday’s meeting.
The city of Sammamish purchased two replacement synthetic turf field sweepers for $16,690.
Eastside Fire & Rescue will accept applications for volunteer firefighters until June 15 at 4 p.m.
Washington State Patrol detectives are investigating a hit and run, injury collision that occurred Monday on Interstate-90, going eastbound, near North Bend (mile post 31) at 1:15 pm.
The Premera Blue Cross data breach may have impacted more than 10 million Washington, Oregon and Alaska current and past customers when hackers gained access to health profiles, dating back to 2002.
One of the oldest arts associations on the Eastside is now accepting applications for this year’s Signature Art Fund Award.