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As debate continues throughout the Eastside, Vancouver’s Insite sheds light on the real impact of giving people a place to safely take drugs.
Tens of thousands take to Seattle’s streets to support the #MeToo movement and marginalized communities.
From Cal Anderson Park to Seattle Center, Seattle Weekly captures the demonstration’s atmosphere.
Carbon tax proposal would replenish the state’s reserves for the first year for education spending.
Police officers around the Eastside gather with community in Bellevue
Development would bring 57 homes to area
Open the gates and seize the day — the Newsies are dancing into Issaquah’s Village Theatre this November. In other words, get ready for boys… Continue reading
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Hundreds of protesters filled Bellevue Way as Betsy DeVos, President Donald Trump’s secretary of education, came to Bellevue to address the Washington Policy Center’s annual… Continue reading
The classic Grimm Brothers fairy tales with have been done onstage more times than Cinderella had to scrub her wicked stepmother’s kitchen floor. But Stephen… Continue reading
Over the weekend, the images of violence in Charlottesville, Virginia shocked and saddened citizens across the United States. And here on the Eastside, residents took… Continue reading
Menstruation. Child birth. Mental health. They are topics that many people are not comfortable discussing in a public setting. But that makes them all the… Continue reading
Deep in the hustle and bustle of the Crossroads area of Bellevue, surrounded by cookie-cutter, big-box stores, lies one business that is a bit different.… Continue reading
Bellevue residents could soon see the iconic Dick’s Drive-In sign gracing Bellevue Way or Bel-Red Road. The beloved Seattle hamburger chain announced March 7 that… Continue reading
Editor’s Note: The woman featured in this story is a victim of domestic violence. For her own safety, her name has been changed. This is… Continue reading
The former Issaquah Staples building, which has been sitting empty since the office supply chain’s departure in early January, may soon be home to the… Continue reading
A group of local women has organized an assembly of hundreds of Eastside residents to attend the Women’s March on Seattle on Saturday, Jan. 21.… Continue reading
State, county and city elected officials from east King County gathered with transportation experts on Nov. 22 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Issaquah to… Continue reading