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Changes increase access to transit services in the Puget Sound region
The new bus routes start on Aug. 1 and will be about a 90 minute route.
Riders will no longer pay additional surcharges for zones or travel during peak commute hours.
Initiative shines light on the risks of prescription opioid addiction and overdose.
Jake Ehrlick, Mallory Golic recognized for their contributions to Mt. Si High School.
Locals can throw away their household hazardous waste materials on July 6 through 8.
The Transition Learning Center celebrated its graduation ceremony on June 7.
The deputies will carry out safety patrols on King County parks and trails for leashed pets.
The Mount Si High School class of 2018 sent off 406 seniors during their graduation ceremony.
The film festival will run from August 23 to 26 and feature numerous films and VR experiences.
The website will provide a hub for services and resources for labor and sex trafficking victims.
The new hourly Snoqualmie Valley Transportation service will connect neighborhoods to the city.
The service will expand to include all of Snoqualmie valley and Monroe.
King County Libraries are air conditioned and an option for locals to stay cool during summer heat.
Locals should get ready for temperatures upwards of 90 degrees Fahrenheit for the next few days.
The newest transit-to-trails service will make it safer, more convenient to explore Mailbox Peak.
The Snoqualmie Skatepark will soon begin construction now that the project has found funding.
The Heirloom Green Market will take place on Fridays from 2 to 7 p.m.
The eight scouts will participate in a special ceremony on June 16.
This year was the 46th annual Fall City Day.