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The city recently started a campaign to draw attention to spotty dog poop pick-up in local parks.
Tips for parents whose kids are now back in school.
It is possible to train yourself to exercise as part of who you are.
The ‘Hamilton’ tribute band credits effortless chemistry and enthusiasm as key parts of its success.
Family-friendly seasonal events throughout the Eastside.
The event is put on by the Kirkland Chamber of Commerce and Kirkland Downtown Association.
For two hours last weekend, children were able to interact with a variety of vehicles, from garbage trucks to emergency response rigs.
The program “emphasizes kookiness over spookiness.”
A monthly column by an Eastside naturopathic doctor.
High School Nation treated Juanita students to a two-hour music festival Sept. 13.
Kirkland Chamber of Commerce celebrates Sustainable September with fashion show.
Eastside Welcoming Week to take place Sept. 13-22.
Bad breath is rarely a result of medical conditions but a dental professional and doctor can help find the cause of halitosis and offer treatment suggestions.
Program offers new courts, instructional clinics, indoor game play and a fall league.
The garden’s flora will be planted at a one-day volunteer event in mid-October.
This is the third year the event has taken place in the city.
The Park to Park Open Swim benefits Seattle Children’s Hospital.
KPC to welcome Jake Shimabukuro, Booker T. Jones, Mickey Dolenz, Los Lobos this season.
The decision to expand the program was made in an effort to provide more opportunities for residents.
Each year, there is a total of $350,000 available for projects citywide that are less than $50,000.