Megan Campbell

Participants from last year’s snowshoeing adventure. Courtesy of Carrie Sabochik/city of Bellevue

Bellevue tackles ‘nature deficit disorder’ with snowshoeing adventures

Hikes continue through February and cost $15 per person.


Youth Institute program teaches students valuable technical skills, instills confidence

Eastside students ages 14-17 have the opportunity to learn relative technical skills while creating their own video and magazine. The work is part of a… Continue reading


Eastside mayors talk affordable housing, opioid epidemic and other challenges

Some might think traffic would be the focal point in a discussion about challenges facing Eastside communities — but a room full of more than… Continue reading


Bellevue-based Aegis Living buys Dargey property for $10.1M

Bellevue-based senior living company Aegis Living purchased the former Lobsang Dargey property in Kirkland for $10.1 million on Aug. 14. “I can’t tell you how… Continue reading

Youngest hoarding specialist in nation takes on the Eastside

Erica DiMiele’s home is immaculate — everything in its place. Even her underwear and sock draw is labeled. “It looks like a serial killer lives… Continue reading

Bellevue to pursue interlocal agreement with Wapato for jail services

The Bellevue City Council unanimously directed city staff at its July 10 study session to pursue an interlocal agreement with the city of Wapato for… Continue reading

Detectives uncover car prowl ring linked to 150 incidents around the region

The Bellevue Police Department has arrested more than 10 people allegedly part of an organized car prowl ring operating throughout the region, including a fatal… Continue reading

Bellevue’s Overlake Cancer Center: A one-stop-shop for cancer care

$20 million project aims to make cancer care more convenient

GREAT WINE caters to customers’ unique palate

GREAT WINE Inc. CEO Danni Lin wants to help people discover their personal wine preferences at her new tasting room in Bellevue. “We do tastings… Continue reading

Bellevue man dies in motorcycle collision

A 45-year-old Bellevue man riding a motorcycle died in a collision around 4:45 p.m. Monday on Interstate 5 on the West Seattle Freeway, according to… Continue reading

‘Ambassador of the region’ | Bellevue High School marching band to perform in National Memorial Day Parade

The Bellevue High School marching band will be heading to Washington, D.C. to perform in the nation’s largest Memorial Day event, the National Memorial Day… Continue reading

Bellevue police shock teen with Taser, launch internal investigation

The Bellevue Police Department launched an internal investigation this week regarding a May 13 incident where officers shocked a juvenile with a Taser. A video… Continue reading

Bellevue police officers step into the ring in memory of coworker, brain cancer victim

It’s not every day you see police officers going toe to toe. But that’s exactly what about 300 people crowded into Ring Sports United in… Continue reading