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BIPOC-owned businesses earn contract bids at a much lower rate than white-owned businesses.
How a young man on-track to become a doctor found his calling in an ancient trade.
Twelfth Night – Shakespeare in the Park, Performing at Juanita Beach Park June 18-20, 2021
The $8.35 million project will add new park amenities and surface water improvements.
Some cities are embracing the solution better than others.
Miya Nazzaro used to be a member of Facebook pages that were intended for people to promote and support restaurants around the Seattle area by… Continue reading
The Beach Cafe at the Woodmark Hotel is open again after more than a year of being closed. The lake-side cafe will be open from… Continue reading
The bees will provide honey and beeswax as well as valuable cross-pollination.
Family of Kaloni Bolton, 12, seeks answers as to why staff couldn’t treat her.
WSP trooper said a THC breathalyzer would be a “game changer” for law enforcement and courts.
39 fire authorities have reportedly agreed to standardize fire codes and inspections.
County leaders say the proposal will give better resouces to prosecute and investigate hate crimes.
“Duality,” showcase will include a chance to meet the artist on April 18.
Culvert under 100th Avenue Northeast intended to reduce flooding and provide fish habitat.
DOJ says law enforcement agencies seized over 70 guns and hundreds of thousands in cash.
The program is intended to mitigate court backlog of warrants during pandemic.
Deputy Mayor Jay Arnold announced he is running for re-election to the Kirkland City Council, outlining an agenda to strengthen the community, ensure sustainability and… Continue reading
Analyst suggests climate change is responsible for increased flood risks.
Marsh and his friend open physical and online trading card store as collectibles boom amid pandemic.
Cinemark spokesperson said movie theaters still have unique value despite new focus on streaming.