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Stephanie Ben-Zeev recently launched More + Merrier, an e-commerce shop for custom party decor.
The 2019 event has brought in $377,480 so far.
MIYFS will host its annual breakfast this Wednesday and hopes for generosity after Prop. 1 failure.
Life science has strong roots in Washington, contributing economically and scientifically.
Kaelyn Adams opened her own Barre studio after years of fitness instruction and massage therapy.
The Eastside sees some of the biggest differences in median rent rate year to year.
WSDOT works with commuters to minimize impacts during Seattle’s longest major highway closure.
The bills focus on gun control, consumer protection and raising vape and tobacco product age limits.
The city uses old holiday tress for future projects that require wood chips.
CenturyLink and King County report most 911 calls are getting through.
The diversion program recruits community volunteers to oversee local juvenile cases.
The widespread increase in rat populations has been wreaking havoc in previously untouched areas.
With the failure of Proposition 1, Mercer Island cut numerous line items to balance the budget.
The annual Firehouse Munch will take place after the city’s Christmas tree lighting on Dec. 7.
Eastside police departments spoke on the ‘porch pirate’ problem and ask locals to report the crime.
The Island’s police department has set up a charity fundraising page for participating officers.
Google’s Kirkland campus took part in the worldwide protest of sexual misconduct within the company.
Washington, along with 20 other states, will no longer sentence juveniles to life without parole.
Death penalty ruled unconstitutional, death row sentences changed to life without parole
The National Cyber Security Alliance emphasizes prevention as cyber crime is on the rise.