Ryan Murray

WeWork confirms office space in Bellevue

Bellevue's Lincoln Square will soon be home to WeWork, a quickly expanding co-working space company that hosts small businesses, start-ups and entrepreneuers.

Bellevue resident Ellen Gerlitz celebrates 100th birthday

When Ellen Gerlitz was born in eastern Washington 100 years ago, her father ran a harness shop and her family worked odd jobs for neighbors and in town.

Bellevue-Seattle named top-10 nationally for tech careers

According to data aggregator ValuePenguin, the Seattle-Bellevue-Tacoma area is the seventh best in the country to have a career in the tech sector.

86 low-income Bellevue families facing eviction scramble to find housing

Josefina Lara's apartment has a hole in the floor where maintenance destroyed a wall five years ago and told her "not to jump on it."

Copper Kettle Coffee connects old world and new

Tony Frizelle is living the American Dream.

REI plans to move headquarters to Bellevue

In a long-suspected move, outdoors outfitting company Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI) announced Tuesday that it was moving its headquarters to Bellevue.

Bellevue Council approves two measures for November ballot

The Bellevue City Council approved two ballot measures for November's election that — if passed —will cost Bellevue homeowners an average of $176 per year.

Wallace, Balducci spar over Sound Transit plan at Bellevue Downtown Association

It's very possible that the Eastside will decide the fate of Sound Transit 3, the $54 billion plan to connect mass transit lines to one another throughout King, Pierce and Snohomish counties.

City begins purchasing property for Fire Station 10

The city of Bellevue is nearing the purchase of property for the proposed Fire Station 10, according to a presentation at Monday's council meeting.

First phase of 110th Avenue transit work completed

Contractors have completed the first phase of the work on 110th Avenue Northeast to prepare for Sound Transit's tunnel work in that section of town.

Eastside companies come together to fight breast cancer with marijuana

Pink is the well known color representing the fight against breast cancer.

$20 million sale allows low-income families to stay at Highland Village

The 86 low-income families of the Highland Village Apartments received good news on the night of Friday, Aug. 5.

A new twist on classic: Bellevue’s Resonance changes how the Eastside looks at music

When the din of construction falls quiet during the evening in Downtown Bellevue, some residents listening closely might hear the strains of classical music on 106th Avenue Northeast.

Bellevue’s Geaux Brewing plans expansion to Auburn

Tucked away in a cramped business park near the junction of Interstate 405 and State Route 520, beer drinkers have found a French Quarter refuge for several years.

Kirkland tech company BitTitan plans move to Bellevue

Kirkland's quickly-expanding BitTitan announced last week that it was moving operations to Bellevue by spring 2017.

Bellevue one of the best places for minority-owned businesses, study finds

The Puget Sound area has been named the best metropolitan area in the country for minority-owned businesses by a financial technology company.

Sound Transit approves $54 billion ST3 plan

This November, Eastside voters could very well make the difference in approving or denying a $53.8 billion plan to improve transit across King, Snohomish and Pierce counties.

Bypass routes, safety on Bellevue’s mind as Energize Eastside scoping summary reveals comments

After a busy comment period, the Energize Eastside project released its Phase 2 Scoping summary to reveal many of the same comments people have had on the project since its inception.

Bellevue businesswoman founds Sharply for busy professionals

Generally speaking, men don't like to shop for clothes.