In the wake of June’s deadly heat wave, we explore what cities like Sammamish can do to become more sustainable and fight climate change.
After a 16-month closure, patrons can once again enter the library, browse the shelves, and find a nice chair or nook to read in.
Nine candidates are running for four positions in the upcoming Nov. 2 general election.
Several local nonprofits have raised money and sent equipment to help India through the recent COVID-19 surge.
City of Sammamish will issue the Chamber of Commerce a permit to host the farmers market, while withholding the $10K funding it provided in previous years.
With COVID-19 shutting down dining rooms or limiting their capacity, several restaurants have started food trucks to make ends meet.
Some students chose to stay remote despite LWSD’s recent decision to offer in-person instruction.
One year after COVID-19 shut down school buildings, we check in with students, parents and a teacher as they prepare for reopening.
Young entrepreneurs have taken to Instagram and Facebook to build new businesses during the pandemic.
With cases and deaths rising again in the Greater Seattle area, we interview an urgent care doctor from Overlake Clinics and a health educator from Public Health King County to discuss the current state of the pandemic.