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Bellevue police blotter for June 29 - July 1.
Changes increase access to transit services in the Puget Sound region
The organization donated $100,000 to The Sophia Way to keep it’s Women shelter open.
The class of 31 students first began as sixth graders in 2011 and have now graduated as seniors.
Riders will no longer pay additional surcharges for zones or travel during peak commute hours.
Initiative shines light on the risks of prescription opioid addiction and overdose.
Bellevue police blotter for June 22-24. This is not a comprehensive list of incidents in Bellevue.
Hundreds gathered at Crossroads Park last weekend as the annual Strawberry Festival returned to Bellevue.
The dual-ceremony commencement will take place on June 15.
The challenge took place on June 15 and ended with Erin Hansman getting her head shaved.
Extensive background includes sector sales, operations management and leadership roles.
Seattle Humane’s MaxMobile and Life-Saver Rescue vehicle will also be in the Seattle Pride Parade on June 24.
The application deadline to take part in the class is Aug. 1.
Somerset students recently gave back to their community by providing clothing for homeless patients at Overlake Hospital.
The website will provide a hub for services and resources for labor and sex trafficking victims.
Jeff Mash and Kathleen Eggers of Morgan Stanley in Bellevue awarded four local students.
King County Libraries are air conditioned and an option for locals to stay cool during summer heat.
MilliporeSigma’s Curiosity Cube is a mobile science lab and will tour the greater Seattle area.
Innovation Triangle works to create business opportunities in Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond.
The event will take place on June 23 and June 24.