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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.
Fifth-grader Nathan Paek, of Sammamish, won a national elementary student composition competition.
Former Eastside Catholic School vice principal, Mark Zmuda, will become associate principal this fall at Mercer Island High School. Zmuda's hiring was approved May 1.
This week's editorial cartoon by Frank Shiers Jr. looks at just how eager the Pacific Northwest rain was to return.
Nightmare at Beaver Lake held its volunteer orientation Saturday and Sunday, but continues to welcome helping hands. The 10th annual Halloween scare fest is seeking youth and adult volunteers for a variety of roles, especially actors.
Here’s a month-by-month look at 2012 and some of the more memorable moments in Issaquah and Sammamish.
Issaquah and Sammamish residents took energy savings to the bank last year.
For the entire month of January, the Starbucks on 228th Avenue SE in Sammamish, will display the artwork of six Eastside Catholic students.
Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler has fined three insurers and disciplined more than a dozen insurance agents for violations including false statements and failing to promptly investigate claims.
Hundreds of athletes are expected to swarm the Plateau this Saturday for the 17th annual Beaver Lake Triathlon.
Issaquah made fast work of Inglemoor in its KingCo opener Monday night, downing the Vikings in three games — 25-11, 25-14, 25-21.
Issaquah dominated Bothell in Wednesday's KingCo 4A volleyball match, beating the Cougars in three games — 25-12, 25-18, 25-17.
The Spartan Baseball Club’s 9U Green team steamrolled its way through the competition over the weekend in the Summer Slam tournament in Tacoma outscoring five opponents 63-11 on their way to their third straight tournament championship.
Issaquah senior Rachel Roeder slammed down 25 kills and added three aces Wednesday as the Eagles defeated Garfield in four games — 25-11, 25-14, 23-25, 25-15.