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As for now, it is unknown which major city projects and goals will be most affected.
Representatives from Eastside arts institutions discuss their experiences.
The rule lasts until April 24 but might be subjected to an extension.
‘We’re just kind of in limbo’: Eastside businesses feeling significant economic effects amid coronavirus pandemic
Eastside chamber representatives discuss the states of their business communities.
A public liaison for the center shedded light on resources, confirmed cases, employees and more.
The foundation formed in 2017, but the 5K has been going on for about a decade.
Families of residents organized a press conference in front of the facility Thursday.
Most Eastside cities are following recommendations from county officials.
The county is advising event cancellations, increased telecommuting.
The Black History Month proclamation came with an address from business owner Nadia Reigna Silver.
The play is kicking off As If Theatre’s second-ever season.
County is in process of purchasing a motel intended for quarantine.
ABBAFab formed in 2010 and has been playing shows internationally ever since.
Bothell city manager Jennifer Phillips gave the annual speech at a recent chamber luncheon.
Residents can see updated design work at a Feb. 26 open house at Kenmore City Hall.
The plan, which outlines potential city projects and other community goals, covers six years.
The council voted 4-3 in favor of stopping the project.
Though primarily based in Kenmore, the group is partnered with nearby cities like Bothell and Woodinville.
Of the 16 submissions, Dixon was one of two artists and one artist team to be interviewed for the projects.
Membership opportunities were expanded by city council at its Jan. 21 meeting.