COVID-19 has left a deep hole in the job market, and Sammamish has not been immune.
Starting in 2021, retailers will be required to hand out only paper bags and reusable bags. What do local businesses and residents think of this?
Businesses in Sammamish have been building resilience and persisting in making sure members in our community are safe when going outside their homes.
A few businesses in Sammamish have made it out of the COVID-19 lockdown in good shape.
A new Vietnamese restaurant took a leap and opened in Sammamish during the pandemic.
City of Issaquah collaborates with businesses to pilot an idea that could bring more customers to its historic downtown safely.
Local businesses are moving cautiously toward opening their doors and normalizing operations.
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.
With roosters crowing and swimming ducks in the backdrop, the Sammamish Farmers Market kicked off its thirteenth year at a new location beside a big red barn.