Lindsay Larin

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

One stent later, life back to normal

At the age of 71, Larry Coate became concerned when he began to feel pain and discomfort in his chest. He paid a visit to… Continue reading

Bellevue Arts Museum gets $15,000 grant from Paul Allen Family Foundation

Bellevue Arts Museum gets grant from Paul G. Allen Family Foundation

Bellevue students’ education now as close at their smartphones

These days, students have access to education by the click of a mouse, or in the case of Bellevue schools, at the convenience of a… Continue reading

Local doctors fly Haiti to help with tragedy | “It’s an enormous human tragedy and we’re going to go help. “

Orthopedic surgeons Tom Green and Lyle Sorenson spent the majority of the day packing 500 pounds worth of medical supplies for their month-long volunteer trip to Haiti.

Donations pouringin to help earthquake victims in Haiti

On Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 12, the worst earthquake in 200 years struck less than 10 miles from the city of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The earth shook… Continue reading

They’re going to Disney World | By volunteering for a day, Bellevue family gets ticket to park

Eight-year-old Nico Broussalian of Newport Heights Elementary School in Bellevue and his younger brother, Max, spent their Martin Luther King JR. weekend giving back.Along with… Continue reading

Moyer challenges chamber members to make a difference

Jamie Moyer is ready.The Major League baseball pitcher is ready to rebound after a setback caused by a season-ending injury last year.He is ready to… Continue reading

Bellevue helps with Haiti relief

Bellevue hosts Haiti relief fundraisers.

They’re going to Disney World | By volunteering for a day, Bellevue family gets ticket to park

Eight-year-old Nico Broussalian of Newport Heights Elementary School in Bellevue and his younger brother, Max, spent their Martin Luther King JR. weekend giving back.Along with… Continue reading

Medical Teams International sends local relief to Haiti

Medical Teams International volunteer doctors and nurses are now in place, performing orthopedic surgeries and treating hundreds of people each day at the 350-bed Kings Hospital, just outside Port-au-Prince.

Bellevue foundation helps raise $20 million for Haiti relief

Bellevue foundation, Mobile Giving Foundation, helps raise $20 million for Haiti relief

Twisted Cork expanding, changing

Bellevue continues to be an ever evolving city, replacing the old by ushering in the new. According to Solstice Restaurant Group owner Matt Bomberger, the… Continue reading

Salish Lodge to host Food Lifeline benefit dinner

Salish Lodge to host Food Lifeline benefit dinner on Feb. 19, 2010

Bellevue Arts Museum names Catalani to succeed Monroe

When Bellevue Arts Museum Director of Curatorial Affairs Michael Monroe announced his retirement as of February 2010, the local arts community braced for his departure.Today,… Continue reading

Overlake Hospital installs state-of-the-art MRI

Overlake Hospital Medical Center can stake claim to another first.The Bellevue-based hospital recently invested $2.9 million to build and operate two new MRI suites, featuring… Continue reading

Bellevue builds new nest for returning osprey

After months of planning for the replacement of the weathered light poles standing tall above Bellevue's Hidden Valley Sports Park, the city moved ahead with the installation on a recent, rainy Monday afternoon. One pole in-particular was set to receive a unique upgrade. A large osprey nest made of sticks, leaves and driftwood balances atop one of the park's light fixtures near the edge of the ballfield on 112th Avenue Northeast.

166,000 visit Bellevue’s Garden d’Lights

The hundreds of light-string fixtures that make up Bellevue's Garden d'Lights have been safely put away and stored after another successful year for the long-standing holiday tradition.

Games get rolling in new venture

How about a state-of-the-art outfitted gaming theater gone mobile. Local residents Lance Salisbury and Bob Washburn have launched Games2U, a video game and entertainment mobile trailer that brings the high-tech setup to people on the Eastside and Seattle.

Recession takes toll on Bellevue human services needs

City staff presented the 2009-2010 Human Services Needs Update to the City Council on Monday, handing over their findings outlining a significant rise in unemployment, emergency financial assistance needs, food bank demand and domestic violence services.