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From Jan. 7 to June 21, 923 bus paddle violations were recorded.
A new CEO and team are reviving the dream of creating a 21st century cultural arts hub to the Eastside.
Erik Thurston of MSHS will play “Mr. Nice Guy” at the concert.
Ferguson came to discuss their work on HB 1074 and other topics.
This is the 29th annual Community Leadership Awards sponsored by Bellevue Youth Link.
A “sister” to Rachel, the Pike Place Market pig, Zhuzhu will be on display at city hall May 20-June 30.
The exhibit will be at BAM until Sept. 15.
“A Lion Where There Were Lambs,” tells the story as a crusading lawyer willing to risk his career and reputation in some of the most famous cases in Pacific Northwest history.
The show will feature actors from Bellevue, Redmond and Kirkland.
John and Lisa Merrill share their Witness to Hope exhibit at SBCC.
Northlake Younglives set to kick off first community baby shower for teen moms.
To earn their silver Girl Scout award, three Tillicum students created an art contest to raise awareness about endangered animals.
Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart in Bellevue to perform “Les Miserables” April 26-28.
Staff and faculty rally in support of funding for higher education.
The Robototes secured a spot in the world championships in Houston.
Atharva Ladha of Redmond and Chloe Fong of Bellevue share their experiences with the HCLA at the USSRC.
The panel consisted of Dr. Amy Morrison, president of Lake Washington Institute of Technology, Anne Morisseau, Planning Commissioner for the City of Bellevue, Residential Real Estate Agent, LE Board of Directors, and Anne-Marie Diouf, VP Human Resources for Symetra.
Mother dedicates life to change laws around bullying.
Hutchinson set to bring her popular “Learn to Play Guitar in a Day” workshop to Bellevue.
YES holds annual Invest in Youth Breakfast.