These three organizations that have given kids an outlet to be social and stay physically active during the pandemic.
Sammamish City Council did exclude public agencies, single-family residences, and accessory dwelling units from the moratorium.
Despite the challenges of producing a musical during COVID-19, the playwright felt the tragedy of school shootings should not be forgotten.
With a bit of agility and luck, Tanoor has not only survived, but has also expanded to a second location.
Issaquah School District makes the case for why these schools are needed, while city of Sammamish opposes their construction on its main traffic corridor.
Schools will begin welcoming students back in February, starting with kindergarten and first graders.
The “Enrich & Sustain” group wants fewer single family homes, more services and amenities, and more mass transit.
Friends of Lake Sammamish kept a cherished New Year’s tradition alive by turning it into a virtual affair.
Racism has subtly simmered in Sammamish for years, revealing a community that has avoided discussing these issues until now.
From drive-in church service to digital Santa photos, these organizations have adapted Christmas to the pandemic.