- Subscriber Center
- Best of The Valley
- Print Editions
- About Us
Events planned for several dates in July.
The project was created through a partnership between Imagine Housing and St. Luke’s Lutheran Church.
The company will soon accept applications for projects related to affordable housing on the Eastside.
The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe and Snoqualmie Casino offered $1 million to expedite improvements.
Eastside rent medians increased by 2.8 in the past year, a decrease in growth from previous years.
State budgets will invest about $106.8 million in Snoqualmie Valley projects and organizations.
The around-the-clock, single-lane closure is scheduled to begin on May 6 and last until mid-July.
The shelter will serve single women and families with children who are experiencing homelessness.
The local vendor and catering service offers safe-to-eat cookie dough on the Eastside.
If the budget passes through the State House and Senate, it would provide $26 million.
The commitment comes early as its parent company, Kroger, pledged to end plastic bag use by 2025.
The city Parks and Public Works department is working to better communicate private roads and alleys
Life science has strong roots in Washington, contributing economically and scientifically.
WSDOT works with commuters to minimize impacts during Seattle’s longest major highway closure.
The bills focus on gun control, consumer protection and raising vape and tobacco product age limits.
CenturyLink and King County report most 911 calls are getting through.
The diversion program recruits community volunteers to oversee local juvenile cases.
The widespread increase in rat populations has been wreaking havoc in previously untouched areas.
The escapees dashed into the surrounding wetlands and were eventually found by a security guard.
Daniel M. Wood was linked to DNA within a “fairy cabin” in the Snoqualmie National Forest.