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Police blotter for May 13-18.
A “sister” to Rachel, the Pike Place Market pig, Zhuzhu will be on display at city hall May 20-June 30.
Residents in the City of Bellevue and the Bellevue School District have submitted their applications to run for office this fall. The Bellevue City Council… Continue reading
Susan Chen’s story begins as a criminal matter. In 2013 she paid a visit to a King County care facility with her son and saw… Continue reading
Resources are available through city, but access is limited by cost and availability.
The school evacuated the afternoon of May 16 and remained closed the rest of the day.
The policy is the first of its kind in Washington state.
Bellevue will take on double their average amount of road repaving projects in 2019.
Small, local special districts will face more scrutiny following Enumclaw drainage district case.
High construction and land costs will incentivize developers to build luxury units.
Police blotter for May 6-12.
Event happens on May 18 at W Bellevue.
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.
Russian American citizens came to Downtown Park for a WWII commemoration event on Sunday, May 5.
City council received an update on the feasibility study for a possible Aquatics Center.
40-foot vessel sank to bottom of Lake Washington.
Police blotter for April 30-May 5.
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.