Blake Peterson

Bellevue skyline. Aaron Kunkler/staff photo

Bellevue changing logo for the first time since 1969

New logo to reflect diversity, development.

 

Boy Scout Troop 626 kicks off Christmas tree sale

The fundraiser began on Nov. 29 and ends on Dec. 20.

 

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                                CENSE co-founder Don Marsh speaks to the crowd about the Lake Hills Transmission Line project in East Bellevue. Evan Pappas/Staff Photo

Bellevue City Council rejects appeals to Energize Eastside project

The council stuck by the recommendation made by the hearing examiner.

 

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                                Dana Leopald’s booth has become a staple at the event.

Hilltop Holiday Craft Show celebrating 20 years in the community

The annual event starts Dec. 4.

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                                Dana Leopald’s booth has become a staple at the event.
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                                Volunteer Rob Polasek at work. The Master Naturalist program currently is accepting applications.

Master Naturalist program connects people to environment, community

The program, which enables community members to work with the parks department, started in 2009.

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                                Volunteer Rob Polasek at work. The Master Naturalist program currently is accepting applications.
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                                Photo from evening Cultural Conversations event.

Cultural Conversations program approaching 10th year of bringing women across the Eastside together

For nearly a decade, the program has sought to foster inclusivity and togetherness.

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                                Photo from evening Cultural Conversations event.

City council weighs in on potential gas tax replacement

The council heard and then responded to results from a Road Usage Charge Pilot project.

Conversation around potential aquatic center continues at Bellevue City Council study session

Interest in the facility was recently renewed after progress was cut short about a decade ago.

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                                From left to right: Deputy Mayor Lynne Robinson, Mayor John Chelminiak and lawyer J. Richard Aramburu.

Contention around the Eastside Energy project continues

CENSE is challenging the hearing examiner’s approval of the project’s south segment.

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                                From left to right: Deputy Mayor Lynne Robinson, Mayor John Chelminiak and lawyer J. Richard Aramburu.
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                                Halloween on the Hill seeks to be inclusive of all ages.

Halloween on the Hill event celebrating its ninth year

The event is set for Oct. 26 and is hosted by the South Bellevue Community Center.

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                                Halloween on the Hill seeks to be inclusive of all ages.

Why were Republic Services workers in Washington striking this month?

Why workers were picketing earlier this October

124th Avenue Northeast is one of many Bellevue locations affected by construction. Blake Peterson/staff photo

‘It’s really helping us build some firsts in Bellevue’: Checking in on transportation projects in the city

The council received an update on transportation projects at a recent study session.

124th Avenue Northeast is one of many Bellevue locations affected by construction. Blake Peterson/staff photo

How are Eastside nonprofit leaders supporting Census 2020?

A recent panel discussion shed light on Census 2020 concerns and resolutions.

Bellevue pioneering road safety analysis project

High-tech process will identify near-miss intersections, could lead the way for other cities.

Seattle leaders, community members learn about armed intruder de-escalation at event

Armed Intruder Safety Practices took place at Crossroads Bible Church on Sept. 11

Council moves forward with proposed encampment code amendment

A final decision by the council is set for Dec. 9.

Council checks in on status of proposed Sambica Activity Center rezone

The application for the rezoning was filed on Feb. 25.

Eastside Pathways releases community report

The report was released late last month by the nonprofit.

Downtown Bellevue’s Bellwether artfest expanding its scope for 2019

The free 10-day event begins on Sept. 13.