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Though it doesn’t have definitive answers just yet, the Mercer Island School District recently shared a comprehensive update detailing what might happen this fall.
COVID-19 business restrictions have eased. Implementation, however, can pose challenges.
While guidelines have been relaxed recently, many church leaders have reservations about prematurely opening their doors.
Om Doggies owner Tracy Harris opened her business as soon as Gov. Inslee announced Phase 1.5.
Work, in all, is expected to take about four months.
The transition was first announced late last year.
The relief campaign has been integral in supporting small businesses amid the pandemic.
Partnered with RIP Medical Debt, HTLC also relieved some debts in Pierce and Snohomish Counties.
Jaden Krauser’s team was only a couple weeks into the season before everything was canceled.
Checking in on case rates, testing statistics and more as King County enters new reopening phase.
The city proclaimed the 19th Juneteenth at its June 16 meeting.
The event was to take place earlier this year but was postponed due to COVID-19 concerns.
Community members sign, send letter demanding curriculum changes in response to police-brutality protests
The statement was sent to school district stakeholders June 4.
With Phase 1.5 in effect, COVID-19 guidelines have been relaxed in numerous industries.
A diploma drive-thru event and virtual commencement ceremony took place June 9.
A march began around noon at Islander Middle School and ended at Mercerdale Park a few hours later.
Olivia Tomaselli, with the help of her mother, launched Tie Dye for Black Lives Matter on May 31.
2020Protests.com compiles state-specific resources relevant to recent police-brutality protests.
The Big Pitch competition, put on by TLG Motion Pictures (“Hoarders”), started about six months ago.
A curfew on the Island was initially imposed on Monday, June 1