Aegis Living’s 110-unit retirement community in Newcastle will be the company’s second to cater to Chinese seniors, the design to adhere to the principles of feng shui and its location of historical significance to the Asians who first settled here.
Bellevue is investing nearly $10 million in sewer capacity upgrades to accommodate development growth in the Wilburton neighborhood, with larger pipelines projected to handle the next century of change.
The Washington State Department of Revenue announced today a Bellevue home builder who didn’t turn in the nearly $630,000 in sales tax received from customers has received a one-year jail sentence he can serve through work release.
Whole Foods Market’s first Washington store for its 365 by Whole Foods Market will be opening up in Bellevue Square in the second half of 2016, according to Kemper Development Company, taking up the ground level of the former J.C. Penney Building, now know as the South Commons Shop.
Seattle implementing the advisory stage of its water shortage response plan has the Eastside cities it supplies joining in a call for greater conservation efforts as the region continues to weather through a record-setting summer heat.
An investigation report regarding an officer-involved shooting in Bellevue in early June reveals a veteran lieutenant shot at a suspect armed with a pellet gun while he was seeking cover from police following a brief standoff where he used his girlfriend/ex-wife as a human shield.
It isn’t hard to believe that the uber popular Chick- fil-A restaurant that opened up here three months ago would eventually receive an unsatisfactory health inspection — and its customers should shoulder some of the blame.
Bellevue Police assisted King County Sheriff’s deputies with the arrest of a burglary suspect who had allegedly struck a residence on the 10600 block of Southeast 29th Street shortly after noon Friday.
Rodney and Alisa Boleyn bought their south Bellevue home five years ago, partly because the roof was well-suited for solar panels. After years of saving, the city’s Solarize Bellevue program gave the couple the final incentive they needed to make their move.
While a Bellevue arena deal with an anonymous NHL expansion team group froze over earlier this month due to financing and timing issues, Mayor Claudia Balducci says the opportunity was worth considering, and could be again in the future.
Two men who allowed a friend to manufacture hash oil using butane gas that caused an explosion and fire at the Hampton Greens apartment complex in Bellevue two years ago received three-year prison sentences in U.S. District Court on Monday.
A Bellevue plastic surgeon will be allowed to continue practicing in Kirkland after accepting an agreement with the Medical Quality Assurance Commission to settle charges he allegedly forged more than $60,000 in prescriptions for relatives and pocketed them for himself.
Bellevue Economic Development Director James Henderson says the city is on track to meet its 2015 action plan, a strategy largely dependent on providing enhanced service within a growing business sector.
Washington cities in the process of boosting their police force won’t be doing so alone, as the Legislature this session agreed to continue funding the bulk cost of law enforcement training.
The Washington Court of Appeals decided Monday in favor of a trial court that sided with a Bellevue firefighter seeking reinstatement of his industrial insurance benefits after he was diagnosed with skin cancer. The court found the city of Bellevue failed to prove Wilfred Larson’s occupation and melanoma were unrelated.
Bellevue Police say an Apple Store employee at Bellevue Square did the right thing by contacting law enforcement after a man came in and left a suspicious package on the counter addressed to Apple CEO Tim Cook, which turned out to be a harmless glass chalice.
A Bellevue art teacher arrested earlier this year for the alleged rape of a former student will not be facing charges due to a lack of sufficient evidence provided by investigators, says the King County Prosecutor’s Office.
An International School senior charged with felony harassment in February for allegedly threatening to go on a mass shooting was granted a deferred disposition in return for following a number of conditions while under community supervision.