Classical and Bollywood dance forms have a strong following among local residents.
The soft opening of Sammamish’s Pure Barre studio is Dec. 26, with free classes and discounted memberships offered at opening.
The bakery hopes to collaborate with local high schools and organizations for various fundraising events.
Both Tanoor’s and Gordon’s commitment to the community let them stand out among other businesses.
Natural gas rates are set to increase $13 for the typical customer by November, while electricity will increase by $8 come January.
With a 52% home value increase looming over their shoulders, many residents are fearful of just how high their taxes will grow.
When her dental clinic shut down from COVID-19, Ashley Poaipuni started a business making lumpias, Filipino egg rolls.
The Dussehra and Diwali Bazaar on Sept. 18 will allow Sammamish residents to explore booths filled with Indian clothes, food, jewelry, and culture.
Travel agents have seen vacation spots grow even more popular than before the pandemic, even as airlines struggle to keep up.
Since the restaurant opened up jobs to teens under 18 last year, students make up more than 50% of the staff, learning life skills and building friendships as they work.