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News of the possible auction of Wellington Park Pointe's development on the slopes of Tiger Mountain may have rattled some, but not developer Vice President… Continue reading
While the Northwest has a reputation for being more eco-minded that most other regions of the country, stats on our near-abusive usage of certain raw materials go almost unnoticed.
Congratulations to Issaquah’s Tom Craig, who was recently honored by his employer, Hilton Hotels, for his positive work attitude and spirit.
The unemployment rate in Sammamish is now four times greater than it was nine years ago, as the continued economic contraction manifests itself in layoffs in regional businesses.
America is in a period of reinvention. Not only is there plenty of change in the political landscape, the dramatic collapse of many business sectors has forced business people to change the way they do commerce, redevelop ideas and plans, and imagine ways in which they can thrive in a new future.
To Ed Jiang and his friends there was always something missing in the choices they were offered at high school.Deeply interested in learning about technology… Continue reading
In continuing to pursue the goal of creating a sustainable community, Issaquah is considering joining a league of other cities and counties which ban the use of polystyrene, styrofoam, food containers.
Merrill Design is a local home designer that excels in planning aesthetically pleasing, comfortable spaces, which are suited to their environment and conscious of both up-front costs and long term energy use.
It isn’t easy to find a good news story in the American car industry these days. The Federal government is currently working on restructuring a market which has been one of the hardest hit, by not just the current recession, but also a growing awareness of shrinking oil reserves around the world.
Jim Merrill founded Merrill Design, Inc. in 1995, after 20 years experience as a contractor builder. The trials and successes of Jim’s past work have taught him how to design structures which are functional, durable, and energy efficient, yet also cost-effective.
Last week Carole Butkus of the Washington Business Center told The Reporter about new training and counseling services for business owners being offered through the Sammamish Chamber of Commerce, as well as her thoughts on how things are looking at the moment for small business owners on the Eastside.
Whether or not the modern economy has much to do with ancient greek mythology, these days economists and analysts are remembering the story about the phoenix rising from the ashes.
First Western Properties, the company which manages the building recently vacated by Joe's Sporting Goods, has confirmed that it is in negotiations with a number of large retailers.
Visitors to the Sammamish City Hall will have noticed the place got a bit of a facelift recently, utilizing the expertise of local company Fishtail Construction.
Local Issaquah pediatric dentist, Dr. John Liu, was recently installed as the president-elect for the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) during the groups annual meeting at the end of May.
With kids almost out of school and more free time on their hands, parents are often worried about their safety on the computer.
Local landscape architect Dar Webb and building designer Brett Dean not only share space on Front Street, but are also teaming up on projects in downtown Issaquah.
It’s easy to get a chipped windshield — a tiny rock from that car in front of you flies up and, crack, there it is.
Amanda Johnson is a Sammamish-based career consultant and a job-search instructor at Bellevue College.
The next time you’re at the Issaquah Brewhouse, double-check your order – you may be drinking a national award-winner. The brewery’s Issaquah Smoked Frog Porter recently took home top honors in the 2009 U.S. Beer Tasting Championships, scoring the Grand Champion award in the spice/smoke beer category.