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Bellevue doubles allotment of marijuana retail licenses | City will be able to have eight recreational stores

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board released its new cap on marijuana retail licenses Wednesday and Bellevue will be allotted four additional licenses for stores. The city currently has three active marijuana retailers: Green-Theory on Main Street, The Novel Tree on 130th Ave. N.E. and BelMar on 116th Ave. N.E.

 

Northeast 8th Street collision sends eight to hospital

Shortly before 11:48 a.m., when Bellevue police and fire units responded, a silver sedan traveling westbound crossed into oncoming traffic and collided with two vehicles.

 

Cellphone photos lead to arrest of suspect in armed robbery of BelRed convenience store

A 23-year-old Woodinville man was arrested by Redmond police Thursday, one day after he allegedly robbed a convenience store on BelRed Road in Bellevue. Bellevue police announced the arrest Friday.

 

Life saving bystanders, local mail sleuth awarded alongside officers at Bellevue Police Department ceremony

The award ceremony, which coincided with National Police Week, also saw five police officers given the Commander's Award for excellence on the job and four more given the department's Life Saving Award for their actions responding to life threatening medical crises.

Bellevue Police accepting applications for spring Community Academy

The Community Academy is a 12-week program to acquaint Bellevue residents with the procedure and methodology of municipal law enforcement.

Car taken, home burglarized in Medina

Christmas wasn't so jolly for one Medina household hit by a vehicle theft and burglary.

Medina home hit by vehicle theft and burglary over Christmas holiday

The Medina Police Department on Friday reported via community E-lert that a home on the 100 block of Overlake Drive East had been robbed some time between 2 p.m. Dec. 24 and 11:30 a.m. Dec. 26.

Worker rescued from fall into SR 520 pontoon | UPDATE

The Bellevue Fire Department is currently staging a confined space rescue.

October’s Don’t-Miss List: Lifespring’s ‘Le Vin A Son Apogee’ wine auction | The Eastside Scene

This year’s LifeSpring wine blowout will feature selections from 80 different countries, each rated at 90 or more “Parker Points.” Additionally, lead sommelier Rina Bussell will present her selections of the best wines in the Pacific Northwest.

Stop rushing, everyone!: West Virginian comic Jared Logan thinks the coasts could learn from rural America | The Eastside Scene

West Virginia native Jared Logan grew up as the artsy odd duck in a “good ol’ boy” town. Today, Logan’s happy-go-lucky comedy style has gotten play on Comedy Central and he’s preparing to release his debut album, "My Brave Battle." Logan performs with Kara Klenk at The Comedy Underground Oct. 9-11.

October’s Don’t-Miss List: ‘Kinky Boots’ at 5th Avenue Theatre and ‘Alien: Isolation’ | The Eastside Scene

Based on the 2005 film of the same name, the Broadway adaptation of Kinky Boots earned 13 Tony nominations and six wins in 2013, including Best Score for Cyndi Lauper.

Postal worker arrested on suspicion of intentionally striking a pedestrian

Bellevue police have arrested a 55-year-old postal worker believed to have intentionally struck a pedestrian outside Phantom Lake Elementary School Friday morning.

Eating well: How to make zucchini linguine | The Eastside Scene

Chef John Howie shares a mouthwatering recipe for Zucchini Linguine, a variation on the pasta dish that takes advantage of the harvest season.

October’s Don’t-Miss List: Professional sad sack Jon Lovitz comes to Parlor Live Seattle tonight | The Eastside Scene

Celebrated SNL alum, underrated Critic voice actor and Hollywood comedy club mogul Jon Lovitz comes to Parlor Live’s Seattle club.

Man reunited with dog who went missing from stolen truck

A Bellevue man was reunited with his dog Tuesday, about three days after the black labrador retriever was stolen, along with the truck it was sleeping in, from a church parking lot.

The show isn’t over until Ballet Bellevue sings | The Eastside Scene

Between the imminent demolition of the Ballet Arts Center and the difficult search for new dance space, Ballet Bellevue faces a tough year ahead. But the performance company and school is taking on new challenges — not just by putting on an opera, but by putting on one of the most challenging operas around: Charles Gounod’s 'Romeo and Juliet.'

‘Foolin’ Around: The Patsy Cline Songbook’ kicks off rebranded Unity Performing Arts Center

Unity of Bellevue has opened up the campus's stage to public performance for the 2014-2015 season.

Open House for Cougar Mountain Montessori

Cougar Mountain, which has operated in Eastgate for 36 years, has become a nonprofit organization and will, over the coming year, proceed with demolition and reconstruction of its 15th Avenue Southeast campus.

‘Deadbeat’ star Brandon T. Jackson renews focus on stand-up, has first recorded hour coming soon

He will perform at the Parlor Live Comedy Club in Bellevue Aug. 28-30.

Newport PTSA turns to crowdfunding for 2015 Grad Knight

The Grad Knight committee of the Newport PTSA is seeking $2,500 to fund the event, using a “FundIT” campaign on the schools-oriented crowdfunding platform SwopBoard.