City Hall funnels $2.9m to Eastside Fire and Rescue to skirt a Nov. deadline for spending all the money for COVID relief.
With many parents now working from home, childcare centers have seen big drops in enrollment.
Many studios are suffering because their sports require physical contact, which is prohibited under state guidelines.
The move comes four months after Washington state issued a stay-at-home order to control COVID-19.
Washington state’s sports governing body hints at what fall sports could look like during this pandemic year.
Council meeting on June 16 concluded with a vote to explore commissioning public art.
Hundreds gathered to show support for Black Lives Matter and raise awareness for police brutality and racial inequality.
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.