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Congregations for Kids held its 23rd schools drive to provide students a good start.
Interlake High School student creates nonprofit to serve underprivileged youth.
Host of “Cash Cab” will be performing his new stand-up comedy show Aug. 10-11.
Three Bellevue students level the playing field in diversity in STEM
The preschool incorporates bilingual and inter-generational learning
Surtaz Khan publishes collection of sci-fi stories he’s been writing since middle school
Primrose School of West Bellevue will offer premier early childhood education
The class of 31 students first began as sixth graders in 2011 and have now graduated as seniors.
YES hosts suicide prevention event to equip parents with tools to support teens.
The bill would ensure families pay no more than seven percent of income toward child care
Bellevue entrepreneurs debuted 17 companies at the YEA! Student Startup Trade Show last Wednesday.
Google.org grant helps KCLS Foundation deliver STEAM programs to under-served youth in King County.
Well Bellevue, it’s been quite a summer. By the time you’re reading this, I will be beginning my senior year at Northwest University and returning… Continue reading
Actress of “Twin Peaks,” Sherilyn Fenn visited Bellevue College to lead an acting class and a Q&A session on July 31. Assistant English professor, Dr.… Continue reading
The Cinemark Reserve in Lincoln Square, which opened its doors Aug. 3, was specifically designed to offer moviegoers a new way to watch films with… Continue reading
Four Bellevue graduating seniors received scholarships at the Bellevue Chamber business lunch, “Radar Vision for Autonomous Vehicles, Drones and Machines,” on July 20. “The Bellevue… Continue reading
Almost every day, people cut paper, or other materials, without much consideration to the actual ancient art form of cutting or piercing. The art of… Continue reading
Green-Theory held an official grand opening for its second location near the Spring District from July 14-16. A soft opening was held on June 19,… Continue reading
Family of Bellevue girl whose anti-bullying video went viral calls on school district to protect students
Bellevue community members and the family of a 9-year-old girl, whose anti-bullying video reached over 13 million people, took the complaint to the Bellevue School… Continue reading
A white Honda sedan crashed through the wall of the BelMar marijuana shop in the 600 block of 116th Street at around 5:30 a.m. Thursday… Continue reading