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As part of its preparation for the 50th anniversary celebration in 2016, Bellevue College named Gayle Barge as its vice president of institutional advancement last week.
Eastside native Brandon Ivie, fresh off his hugely success directorial run of “A Christmas Story” late last year, is returning to The 5th Avenue next month to direct its newest musical “Jasper in Deadland” and he’s bringing with him Broadway talent.
School awarded $10,000 to help fund its Engineering Projects in the Community (EPICS) program and increase student interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields.
Known as "Senor Mattson," the fourth-grade teacher was honored by Bellevue-based Symetra and the Seattle Seahawks for his ability to reach students in a way few others have, being named the one of this year's Heroes in the Classroom.
To satisfy the financial needs of the McCleary decision, Gov. Jay Inslee proposed a $2.3 billion education plan that is being fought by state republicans. On Wednesday he reached out to local leaders for support.
On Oct. 24, Inslee spoke about the state's potential during his keynote address at the Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association (WBBA) 25th annual meeting and Governor's Life Sciences Summit held at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue.
There's trouble at 17 Cherry Tree Lane and it's not Mary Poppins. The Village Theatre's opening night production of the popular children's story had several magical moments, including flying people, kites and a chimney sweep dancing on the ceiling. But many of those fell flat as numerous miscues, both musical and spoken, clumsy stage blocking and stagehands appearing in plain view took audience members out of the story. By the time you read this I'm sure both cast and crew will have ironed out the majority of its timing issues, taking copious amounts of sugar to help the medicine go down, which is why I'm throughly encouraging people to see this production.
An unidentified man in his mid 40s attempting to elude police is in custody after leading them along parts of I-405, I-90 east and west, and West Lake Sammamish Parkway late Monday morning.
Seattle Humane Society is waiving all adoption fees for felines at least one-year-old.
With the help of Microsoft, a founding support of Code.org, a leading partner of the Hour of Code and a sponsor of Computer Science Education Week, the software company is attempting to get 100 million youth to try their hand at computer coding.
Open Window eighth-grade student Eliana Blachman will face off against other state students March 27 at Pacific Lutheran University for the right to represent Washington at the geography championships in Washington, D.C., in May.
Often considered one of the most influential and iconic jazz vocalists of all time, Holiday's work will be performed by Stacie Calkins at 2:30 p.m. on February 8 at the Unity Performing Arts Center inside the Unity of Bellevue building.
During the last biennium, the state’s lawmakers passed a $33.8 billion budget, but since that time the state Supreme Court ruled Washington must address the McCleary decision, voters passed an initiative reducing class sizes, inflation rose and the state lost several multi-hundred million dollar lawsuits.
Richard Van Anderson has always been fascinated by the urban legends of people waking up in bathtubs full of ice, their organs allegedly removed and sold on the black market. As a medical student in New York, the improbability of the situation troubled him; why would a surgeon keep the patient on ice when the common practice is to warm them up?
The teachers and staff at St. Thomas School in Medina say the integration of technology in the classroom is paramount to ensure students are savvy enough to tackle an increasingly electronic-dependent world.
Doctors Mavis Tsai and Robert J. Kohlenberg, psychologists and professors at the University of Washington, have wanted to examine the benefits of building stronger social connections for some time. Thanks to an anonymous donor, their dream was realized.
Two days before Interlake High School went into lockdown following alleged threats and rumors of a shooting the Bellevue School District and Bellevue Police Department held a joint seminar discussing what to do in an active shooter situation.
A wood sculpture by Pat McVay in Bellevue's Chism Beach Park will soon be getting recycled. The piece "Life Cycle," which showcases the various stages of a salmon's life, has suffered heavy damage from the elements causing one large piece to fall off due to rot. The city's arts commission deemed it beyond repair Tuesday night.
Minnesota bluegrass quintet Trampled By Turtles led the sold-out crowd at Seattle's Sodo Showbox on a beautiful journey of Americana on Saturday.
According to eyewitnesses police converged on the suspects vehicle with weapons drawn ordering the driver and a passenger to get out and both were taken into custody without incident.