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CaffeMail, an e-mail marketing service provider, is celebrating its grand opening by offering a free account for a year to one local non-profit organization.
The newest Bright Now Dental office has opening in Issaquah, the 14th in the Northwest by Smile Brands Inc.
The tuba sculpture by the mailbox welcomes you to the thriving business that lays beyond – a two-year-old plant nursery called The Daily Plant-It. Despite the recession, this family run business is thriving.
The body repair outfit is now in the capable hands of Joshua Luna and James Guse, two locals with a strong background in the industry and a real passion to make a success of their first business.
What topics do you want to hear? Which experts could contribute? Join Sustainable Issaquah and HEEG and contribute your thoughts: 7 - 9 p.m., Thursday, April 29, at the Eastside Fire & Rescue meeting room at 170 Newport Way NW.
When Sam Pittman worked in the financial services industry, managing money for institutions and high net-worth individuals, he saw firsthand the opportunity the average investor was missing to grow their retirement savings.
Already no stranger to the homes of most Americans, Issaquah's Costco Wholesale Inc. was featured prominently on national television earlier this week.ABC's "Good Morning America"… Continue reading
The math instruction of our young students is seen as being crucial to not only their career success but also the success of the state and the country as a whole.
‘Hold Please’ – special committee to look closely at cell towers before Sammamish passes new ordinance
With the Sammamish City Council scheduled to adopt new Wireless Communications Facilities (WCF) standards in the next few weeks, an ad hoc committee has formed to explore what the city can do to better regulate what such towers can look like and where they can go.
In light of current economic conditions, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Job Corps program and Cascades Job Corps Center are increasing their outreach to eligible prospective students.
While many small businesses are in survival mode during the current economic downturn, there are still strategic decisions that can be made, which may have a positive impact on this year’s bottom line.
A small group of local restaurateurs met at Lombardi’s Restaurant on NW Gilman Blvd. this week to discuss local market conditions, challenges and opportunities they face during the recession.
As the director of the Mathnasium Learning Center in Issaquah, I come in contact with frustrated parents whose children are enrolled in, and failing, Algebra classes at school.
In a definitive statement of its hopes for the future of Sammamish, the city council voted on Tuesday night not to consider an application from a group of landowners to increase the allowed commercial and residential density in one quadrant of the proposed Town Center.
Local schools have the opportunity to win up to $20,000 in funding for renewable energy systems.
Taking shelter from what many are now calling the "Great Recession", Issaquah's only locally-run bank, Issaquah Community Bank, is scheduled to merge with three other Puget Sound community banks on Feb. 22.
First Western Properties, the managing agent for the old Joe's Sporting Goods store in the Town and Country Shopping Center on Northwest Gilman Boulevard, told The Reporter on Friday afternoon that Sports Authority had signed a long term lease on the 42,000-square foot building.
Owners of Issaquah's HighMark Medical Center announced Jan. 6 signing a lease with local medical services provider Washington Imaging Services.Washington Imaging plans to maintain its… Continue reading