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The nonprofit, which helps thousands of Bellevue area children is hosting its annual Festival of Trees fundraiser Saturday, Nov. 5. All of the money raised will go to help the group's offerings including its after school programs which have helped schools such as Highland Middle School raise its test scores from 72 percent in 2008/2009 to 92 percent last year.
After nearly two weeks prohibiting distributing snacks during school in order to prevent potential food allergy reactions, the Bellevue School Board asked staff to overturn the procedure and work on an alternative solution.
Prospective culinary crafters got more than just a mouthful of a new dish Tuesday as Newport High School's kitchen played host to the newest installment of "Teaching with the CIA," a live feed cooking demonstration show put on by the Culinary Institute of America (CIA).
Members of the Bellevue and Mercer Island school districts are exploring the possibility of delaying the start times for its high schools.
A local woman shares her story of survival after suffering from domestic assault and how the organization helped get her and her son a life they couldn't have imagined otherwise.
"Sinatra's Songbook" to be performed at UPAC Auditorium on Saturday, the second installment of the Unity Performing Arts Center series of musical iconic reviews, "Sinatra, All the Way" will be held at its newly remodeled location inside Unity of Bellevue at 8 p.m.
'Medium-sized' dealer found with $250,000 worth of heroin, 24 firearms.
Commuters along State Route 520 are finding less congested traffic between Bellevue and Medina with the completion of new HOV lanes, wider shoulders and longer merging lanes at interchanges along a two-mile stretch of the highway.