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More than $1,500 was raised to repair the Mahatma Gandhi statue at the Bellevue Library.
Pumpkins were raced down the hill for prizes before a Halloween-themed carnival.
The Bellevue Fire Department once again held their annual open house event on Saturday, Oct. 13.
Bellevue Cultural and Economic Vitality Office reports 2018 progress to council.
Indian-American groups and city representatives celebrated of Gandhi’s 150th birthday on Oct. 2.
The Bellevue city council heard the results of the latest citywide tree canopy assessment.
The Factoria Recycling and Transfer Station has been recognized with a Best Project award.
KidsQuest Children’s Museum has been awarded $733,000 in a donation from the King County Council.
Residents gathered at 148th Avenue SE to oppose Puget Sound Energy’s transmission line project.
A pilot program researching possible gas tax replacement was presented to the Bellevue City Council.
Eastside cities are joining the regional Welcoming Week program to support their diverse communties.
A public meeting was held at Bellevue City Hall to take feedback on the Energize Eastside project.
The Bellevue City council denied an appeal to remove the helistop at the Bellevue Place building.
Bellevue’s Network on Aging is now looking for two new members to appoint to the board.
Residents are invited to the Neighborhood Leadership Gathering from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Sept. 13.
Two local soldiers raised more than $7,000 as part of their mountain climbing fundraiser
City council discussed the funding requests from three of the city’s cultural arts organizations.
Council agreed to study the expansion of an interim year-round men’s shelter at Lincoln Center.
The Bellevue Arts Museum hosted the annual festival the museum and the Bellevue Square mall.
After months of discussion, the council approved the land use code amendment for homeless shelters.