Eastlake boys crowned district champs, while Eastside Catholic boys remain undefeated.
The housing affordability crisis has led to more gentrification, displacement and homelessness in our region.
Eastside Friends of Seniors provides assistance for senior citizens in their own homes, especially as they may be getting fewer visits from family and friends.
Specializing in north Indian cuisine, the owners are so focused on cooking good food that they did not bother to set up a dining room.
Sammamish Plateau Water’s dispute with King County is mainly over who should pay for interim improvements to increase sewage capacity.
LWSD initiated its COVID protocol, and contacted all players and staff of both teams, notifying that they are considered close contacts.
“They worked diligently and are finishing their academic careers in a year where nothing has been normal,” said Eastside Catholic President Gil Picciotto.
Three local studios are expanding classes and trying to get our community back in shape.
Sammamish Animal Sanctuary was able to rebuild their barn in a few weeks due to overwhelming number of donations.
With remote learning being difficult for many younger students, their parents were eager for their kids to go back to the classroom.