Lindsay Larin

Overlake Auxiliaries celebrate 50 years of helping hospital

Lorraine Weltzian is a woman of action, dedication and heart. As a retired nurse, she first moved to Bellevue with her husband in 1949. While searching for ways to get involved with the community she stumbled on a group of business and community leaders who were on a mission to bring a hospital to the Bellevue area. She became ignited by the idea.

Interlake High School filmmaker already an award-winner

Ben Kadie has tracked down an elusive criminal on the streets of a grimy city, orchestrated an air attack behind enemy lines, and has visited a pharaohs grave – all before his 15 birthday. He is an amateur filmmaker.

Bellevue workers put their best feet forward for a good cause

During a recent episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, actress Demi Moore made a guest appearance that had Leno kicking off his shoes for the world to see. It was all about the kids.

Eastside Baby Corner helps meet needs of Bellevue moms

Welcoming a baby into the world can bring overwhelming feelings of joy for a new mother. Fortunately for new mothers living in this area there is a helping hand nearby – Eastside Baby Corner (EBC), a local primary prevention agency that provides immediate assistance to children whose families are struggling with poverty, job loss, homelessness, immigration and other challenges.

Oki Golf working to give Golf Club at Newcastle a new legacy

The land occupied by The Golf Club at Newcastle has come a long way. It is hard to imagine that a construction waste landfill once occupied the land where today the 350-acre Oki Golf property holds forth with sweeping panoramic views of Lake Washington, Mt. Rainier and the city of Seattle.

Exploring education from Japan to Bellevue

Teachers from Fukiai High School pay a visit to Bellevue's Sammamish HIgh School last week.

Bellevue’s luluemon athletica raises $28,000 for therapy organization

Bellevue's lululemon athletica, located in Bellevue Square, partnered with Pushing Boundaries during the month of February to successfully raise more than $28,000 for the nonprofit.… Continue reading

Bellevue group helping provide for orphans in Haiti

Friends of the Orphans, a nonprofit with a branch in Bellevue, has partnered with Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos/Nos Petits Frères et Soeurs (NPH/NPFS) to come to… Continue reading

Luncheon raises $520,217 for YWCA

Pattie Marshall is a living testament to life's ups and downs. The professional career woman and mother of three has come a long way from… Continue reading

STIR, Twisted Cork close; vacancies at 989 Elements

This was the week of closures in Bellevue. On Sunday, March 14, STIR Martini and Raw Bar and Twisted Cork, both owned by Solstice Restaurant… Continue reading

Apolo Ohno speaks to Bellevue students about underage drinking

By Lindsay Larinllarin@bellevuereporter.comApollo Anton Ohno may be the most decorated U.S. Winter Olympian in history, but get him in a room full of kids, and… Continue reading

Bellevue High student honored by Treehouse for helping foster kids

What began as an Eagle Scout Project has steadily grown into an inspiring story of hard work and heart.Bellevue High School senior Matthew Lee, the… Continue reading

Bellevue students join teen activists in Youth Summit

Ellie Henningsgaard is ready for change.The senior at Interlake High School and member of Social Venture Kids helped organize the 2010 Youth Summit, a one… Continue reading

Assistance League raises $80,000 in Bellevue event

The volunteers of the Assistance League of the Eastside are dedicated to helping those in crisis. The local nonprofit organization demonstrated its commitment to the… Continue reading

Library another first for Eastside Academy

Bellevue's Eastside Academy is all about second chances.The unveiling of the schools first library this past week only further solidifies the academy's focus on creating… Continue reading

Sammamish High fashion show supports Operation Smile

A group of fashionable students at Sammamish High School will hit the runway on Thursday, Feb. 25 for the "Strutting for Smiles" Operation Smile Fashion Show. The benefit show, hosted in the school's Performing Arts Center, will feature 20 students of all grade levels and four faculty members modeling a variety of looks including everyday fashion, business attire, high glam and beach wear.

Love of animals inspires new project

While pondering what type of business she wanted to create, Rachel thought of her new puppy Olive. She decided to start a business collecting donations to help other pets at local animal shelters. Along with her mothers help, Rachel launched Paws & Tails in early February. To help get the word out to family and friends, the Cantwell's started a blog all about Paws & Tails.

What’s funny? Just ask Louie Anderson | Comedian to perform Saturday in Bellevue

If you ask standup comedian Louie Anderson, he still feels lucky to hit the Las Vegas stage every night. The former host of Family Feud… Continue reading

Tips for dining out on Valentine’s Day

It is that time of year to pick out a mushy Hallmark card and impress your significant other with the perfect dinner reservations. Bellevue offers… Continue reading

Sweethearts return to Bellevue, bringing MOD Pizza to area

Husband and wife team Scott and Ally Svenson are entrepreneurs at heart. In 1994, the Svensons founded Seattle Coffee Company in the United Kingdom after… Continue reading