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Opponent thinks jobs should provide training
King County Public Health has closed three Bellevue restaurants in recent weeks. While two have since reopened, one – Don’t Skip Breakfast – has remained… Continue reading
Police found the victim with her hands bound, partially on fire.
Linda Whitehead grew up in Norfolk, Virginia in the 1960s when, during the rare times a black person went to a white hospital, there was… Continue reading
All chopped up, it looks like this: Love and loss, compassion and anger, resentment and rage. But altogether, dance tells stories that share these universal… Continue reading
Eastside legislators met to discuss issues at annual breakfast
Conductor was riding in lead locomotive when trained flew off track onto I-5.
Stacy Edwards had been in sales for 12 years when a series of events told him he needed to get back into the fitness industry.… Continue reading
Councilmember Lynne Robinson becomes deputy mayor
Skyline Tower will house The Organic Coup starting Jan. 2
Salon and spa moves from Bellevue Galleria to The Bravern
Mosque fire, rally to condemn hate crimes topped 2017 news.
Environmental groups call initiative ‘smoke and mirrors’
The man responsible for burning down the Islamic Center of the Eastside was sentenced to 14 months in prison on Oct. 13. King County Superior… Continue reading
A homeless man charged with burning down the Eastside’s largest mosque pleaded guilty to first-degree reckless burning on Sept. 15. King County prosecutors initially charged… Continue reading
Chinese tech giant Tencent, an internet enterprise, recently announced its plans to expand its offices to Bellevue. A Tencent spokesperson said Bellevue is an outstanding… Continue reading
Defendant’s attorney discovered the oversight
UFCW thinks Walmart should return holiday pay
Wallace says goodbye
If there was a city in the Pacific Northwest that was positioned to become a hot spot for augmented reality and virtual reality, Bellevue is… Continue reading