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On Friday, Sept. 10 from 7-10 p.m., the Issaquah Community Center is hosting “Sixth Grade Night,” featuring activities, food, games, crafts and laser tag.
A rainbow arched across the Highlands Drive exit off Interstate 90 during the Tuesday evening commute, but there was no pot of gold for drivers. Instead, they were treated to a closed off ramp and miles of backups that clogged both highway lanes and alternate routes throughout Issaquah.
Current city and county managers from Lake Forest Park, Yakima, and San Juan and Thurston counties are among the five finalists for Issaquah's vacant City Administrator position.
Motorists returning to Seattle and the Eastside are being warned to expect an extra 30 minutes of travel time on westbound Interstate 90 this afternoon.
In 2007, a development company called Onni announced big plans for a site it owned in downtown Vancouver. The property, half a city-block in the heart of Vancouver's Granville Street, had some old commercial businesses on it, a smash repairers, a trampoline factory. Onni pulled them down, cleared away the rubble, and cleaned up the site for the long period of waiting that usually accompanies raising money and getting permits for big development projects.
A semi-trailer truck caught on fire at 6:41 a.m. on Interstate 90 just east of the Sunset Way exit in Issaquah this morning, causing delays for commuters.
The Issaquah Mayor’s office has narrowed the candidate pool for the vacant city administrator job to six, and they want you to have a chance to ask them questions.
The Issaquah Community Network is seeking funding proposals for community projects related to parenting and youth support services.
Bellevue College is interested in acquiring a 20-acre parcel of land south of Grand Ridge Elementary.
Work crews will close the off-ramp from southbound I-405 to northbound SR 167 (Rainier Ave S.) to repair a concrete barrier and attenuator damaged earlier today by a collision.
The Sammamish Arts Commission is holding auditions for local artists this Friday and Saturday, Aug. 27 and 28.
The Issaquah Village Theatre KIDSTAGE, a year-round performing arts program, has announced its fall schedule of classes for students ages 4 to 20.
A month after a shooting at Lake Sammamish State Park left two men dead, murder charges have still not been filed in the case.
Issaquah council wrestles with difficult concessions, but still votes unanimously to proceed with Port Blakely deal
The Aug. 17 primary election has been run and won. As of midday on Wednesday, 967,648 ballots had been counted, and while the votes are still being tallied and the results aren't expected to be certified until Sept. 1, the current top two candidates in each race are now preparing for the general election.
All Service Glass will host a fundraising yard sale Saturday, Aug. 28, from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., at 926 250th Ave NE in Sammamish.
This week, construction crews closed a section of SE 62nd Street between East Lake Sammamish Parkway and 221st Place SE as a part of the Interstate 90 undercrossing project.
Issaquah residents are encouraged to attend a community meeting Aug. 26 to bring ideas and share their thoughts on the development of the Issaquah Creek Confluence Park Area in downtown Issaquah.
At its regular meeting this coming Monday, Aug. 16, the City of Issaquah Council will hold a public hearing regarding the proposed Issaquah Highlands/Park Pointe Transfer of Development Rights Agreement (TDR).
Calling all animal lovers: volunteers and fundraisers are needed to help plan and host fundraising events for a new animal sanctuary in the Fall City/Duvall area.