In all its glory, fanfare and controversy, the 2008 Summer Olympics have finally arrived — and they’re online! NBC is broadcasting more than 2,000 hours of live events and 3,000 hours of On-Demand recorded video over the next 17 days, and you can watch it all on your computer! Suffice it to say, the digital smorgasbord of viewable events is a techie’s dream-come-true!
Hot dogs grilling on a pink, pig-shaped grill sent wafts of delicious scent floating around as hundreds gathered at the steps of the Issaquah Police Station (and City Hall) for National Night Out on Tuesday.
After an estimated 140 people died in nursing homes following Hurricane Katrina, nursing homes across the country realized that they needed to vamp up their emergency preparedness plans, and here in Issaquah, Providence Marianwood is leading that charge.
Last week’s fatal stabbing was not the first time that Tomasz Matczak’s girlfriend had wielded a knife against him, according to his claims in court documents.
Matczak told court officials earlier this summer that she had run at him with a knife, threatening to kill him, on at least three prior occasions.
Issaquah police are investigating a robbery that occurred over the weekend at Fred Meyer, 6100 East Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast.
Officers responded just before 6:30 p.m. on July 26 after employees reported the robbery.
Three girls were robbed at knifepoint in broad daylight over the weekend while walking on the trail behind the Klahanie QFC.
King County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating the robbery, which occurred outside the city limits of Sammamish and Issaquah.
The second-to-last ArtWalk of the season is from 5 to 9 p.m. today. Music will include: Rae Solomon playing country southern rock at the library; Background Noise playing blues at the Train Depot; Kaleidoscope School of Music at the Village Theatre First Stage; Cardhoppersmith playing jazz; the a capella group Spare Parts roving through town and MariachiGrullense at Las Margaritas.