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Extreme Pizza of Issaquah will donate 20 percent of its net sales on Nov. 14 to Eastside Fire & Rescue for its Adopt A Family for the Holidays program.
Gene Blair at Capco Beverages in Issaquah is distinguishing his liquor store from the grocery and big box stores by specializing in scotches and bourbons. And in Sammamish, Jin Kim, who owns Plateau Spirits and Wine, is concentrating on a wide variety of vodka.
Joe Fugere has always been passionate about pizza. When he started his own business, he knew it needed to be more about people than profits.
It began with a stay-at-home mom of two watching her diet for summer, and a friend with a glass-etching company. It quickly grew to become Caloric Cuvee — a company selling a calorie-counting wine glass.
William Shaw, a longtime resident of Issaquah, has been named Regional Publisher of the Issaquah & Sammamish Reporter and the Snoqualmie Valley Record.
Marshalls, HomeGoods, DICK’S Sporting Goods and Zumiez are among the new line-up of merchants recently announced for the 280,113-square-foot retail center under construction in the Issaquah Highlands.
It’s officially the holiday season as Halloween approaches and fall leaves dot the landscape.
Outside of Christmas morning, most would cringe at the idea of boxes, toys and packing material spread throughout their home.
The Seattle office of the Washington State Department of Revenue will host a free workshop for new and small business owners from 1-4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 2101 Fourth Ave., Suite 1400, in Seattle.
Michele Steele was hosting a wine tasting party with a group of girlfriends, when she first heard the idea for what’s now become Issaquah’s only wine shop. As they sipped and snacked someone blurted, “Wouldn’t it be great if we could do this for a living?” As a wine lover, it seemed like a dream. As a sales representative and former product distributor, it seemed possible.
Matt Bott, president of the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce, has been named to the board of Leadership Eastside. Bott is a member of the organization's class of 2014.
When MOD Pizza officially opened the doors to its eighth store Monday in Sammamish, it’s roots were already ingrained much deeper in the community than many know.
TransNET, Inc., of Issaquah is a finalist in the second annual King County Executive’s Small Business Awards.
At first glance, the spa in the back yard of Sandy Fisher’s Sammamish home doesn’t appear out of the ordinary.
Recruiters from major Pacific Northwest corporations will assemble at Safeco Field on Sept. 7 for an all-day military career day and a Seattle Mariner’s game. More than one thousand job-seeking members of the military are expected to attend.
The Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce has assembled some of the state and nation’s top speakers on the topics of the economy, Washington business success and the elections, with its three-part, three-month series titled “Washington Tomorrow.”
Seattle-based MOD Pizza will open a new store in the Sammamish Highlands Shopping Center in mid September.
Sunset Walk by Pulte Homes has won a Gold Nugget Grand Award for its Issaquah Highlands community. The award was in the multi-family housing category for communities of less than 15 dwelling units per acre.
With the economy spiraling downward and a significant raise on the table, Tom Arnold took a gamble few would consider. He quit.