Snoqualmie honors the time and dedication offered by city volunteers

The time and effort many citizens put into making the city a better place was recognized on Wednesday, April 10,… Continue reading

King County’s Trailhead Direct is returning on April 20 for a second full season. This year, the transit-to-trails service returns with more routes. Photo courtesy of King County Parks.

Trailhead Direct returns with more routes

Transit-to-trails returns April 20.

Protections for Nurses’ working conditions supported by Eastside legislators

Improvements to working conditions for nurses are closer than ever thanks to House Bill 1155.

Preschool lead teacher Nikki Slaght helps her toddler class write their names. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Encompass making a difference in the Valley and beyond.

Encompass offer a host of programs for children and families.

The Endemic Ensemble plays at the Valley Center Stage. Evan Pappas/Staff Photo

Ninth annual Jazz Walk returns to North Bend

The event will feature local high school jazz bands, PNW jazz bands and international jazz bands.

Eastside market heats up as major tech news hits

A real estate snapshot from John L. Scott Real Estate.

  • 6 days ago

Traditional vs Modern: Snoqualmie works to develop new tourism plan for 2020

An estimated 2 million people visit the Falls every year, but how many spend more time in the city?

Walkers rest amid the trees at Island Center Forest on Vashon Island, which is part of King County. Many trees around Western Washington are struggling, including Western hemlock on Vashon, likely from drought stress. Photo by Susie Fitzhugh

King County forests are facing new challenges

Hot, dry summers are stressing native tree species in Western Washington.

Scott Barden stands at the bottom of the massive pit of the landfill’s newly-built eighth section. Work on the new section has been underway for around two years. Aaron Kunkler/staff photo

Committee proposes amendments to address King County trash dilemma

King County Council to vote on plan.

Mount Si senior midfielder Mateo Didomenico, center, controls the ball in a game earlier this season. Andy Nystrom/staff photo

Didomenico is a dominant force on the soccer pitch

Mount Si senior will continue soccer career at Cal State East Bay.

Business

Eastside market heats up as major tech news hits

A real estate snapshot from John L. Scott Real Estate.

  • 6 days ago

 

Life

Snoqualmie honors the time and dedication offered by city volunteers

The time and effort many citizens put into making the city a better place was recognized on Wednesday, April 10, Continue reading...

 

Preschool lead teacher Nikki Slaght helps her toddler class write their names. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Encompass making a difference in the Valley and beyond.

Encompass offer a host of programs for children and families.

 

Marketplace

Selling the family home: Helping seniors navigate the market and the move

Engel & Völkers agent’s expertise can help you transition to the next stage of life

  • 2 weeks ago

 

Finding 4/20: A historical primer from the 1970s to today

Seattle cannabis retailer hosts its annual celebration of this counterculture holiday April 20

 

Setting the stage: Discover how prepping your home for sale can pay dividends

Staging your home helps tap into buyers’ imagination, says Engel & Völkers realtor

  • 1 month ago

 

Community group urges common CENSE in energy proposal

3 essential questions to ask of Energize Eastside project

 

Opinion

Letters to the Editor, April 19, 2019

Trump; fire merger; Earth Day

  • 4 days ago

 

Northwest
Walkers rest amid the trees at Island Center Forest on Vashon Island, which is part of King County. Many trees around Western Washington are struggling, including Western hemlock on Vashon, likely from drought stress. Photo by Susie Fitzhugh

King County forests are facing new challenges

Hot, dry summers are stressing native tree species in Western Washington.

 

Washington State Capitol Building. Photo by Emma Epperly/WNPA Olympia News Bureau

Legislation targets rape kit backlog

WA has about 10,000 untested kits; new law would reduce testing time to 45 days