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Sound Transit crews celebrated the 50 percent completion of East Link this month.
King County treatment plant joins effort to counteract effects of carbon dioxide.
Police blotter for March 29 - April 3.
The panel consisted of Dr. Amy Morrison, president of Lake Washington Institute of Technology, Anne Morisseau, Planning Commissioner for the City of Bellevue, Residential Real Estate Agent, LE Board of Directors, and Anne-Marie Diouf, VP Human Resources for Symetra.
The annual service day helps organizations who help Eastside communities experiencing poverty and abuse.
Many address the need to replace aging infrastructure, especially at waterfront parks.
So far, only a few Islanders have announced their election year plans.
Police blotter for Feb. 22-March 27.
The church will build the Tiny House during the month of April.
Canvassers will provide free temporary licenses for unlicensed pets.
Data on inmates not being cohesively collected is needed for decision making, advocates say.
Oregon’s new law could lay the blueprint for other states
New express toll lanes from Renton to Bellevue are coming soon.
Community groups remain opposed to PSE’s planned system upgrade.
The Mountains to Sound Greenway was recently designated as a National Heritage Area.
Employees will receive wage increases and $500 bonus.
Panelist discuss what its like to be a woman in a traditionally male-dominated field
Kirkland mother shares her son’s history with methadone.
The city honored Island pioneers and current leaders with a proclamation.
B.C. struggles with many of the same problems as Washington state.