“It took me twenty years to start believing that I am beautiful, and I do not want others to wait that long,” said Meenu Gupta.
The combination of extremely high demand and low supply led to a frustrating search for many Sammamish residents.
After two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, the YMCA has increasingly relied on fundraising to make ends meet.
Natalie Saslow has been flying with her dad since she was 13, and recently got her private pilot certificate.
Seniors have had to change their lifestyle to stay safe, and adapt to new ways to socialize and cure loneliness. (courtesy)
Disposing the Christmas tree might be a cumbersome task. Local Boy Scouts are coming to the rescue.
Parkinson wins the Indy’s first-ever holiday lights competition with a 20,000-light display at her Heritage Hills home.
A recipe from the Great Depression is still a favorite for this Sammamish family.
If these cookies are missing from the holiday table, someone in the family will notice.
This recipe is more than 100 years old, and was passed down to Lisa Jensen from her husband’s side of the family.