With COVID-19 shutting down dining rooms or limiting their capacity, several restaurants have started food trucks to make ends meet.
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Young entrepreneurs have taken to Instagram and Facebook to build new businesses during the pandemic.
With a bit of agility and luck, Tanoor has not only survived, but has also expanded to a second location.
Shopping local helps our neighbors and ensures these businesses will still be here after the pandemic.
With the increase of remote work, home-buying demand in suburbs like Sammamish has burgeoned.
COVID-19 has helped them do more business and keep in touch with clients.
COVID-19 has left a deep hole in the job market, and Sammamish has not been immune.
A few businesses in Sammamish have made it out of the COVID-19 lockdown in good shape.
Teens have decided to work at essential businesses, choosing to face some health risk in order to cure boredom and isolation.
For Eastlake sophomore Joey Arens, COVID-19 has given him ample time to advance his baking passion.