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Bellevue Cultural and Economic Vitality Office reports 2018 progress to council.
Kindering CEO retires after 40 years at the helm.
Amin Shaykho and Marwan El-Rukby develop a local startup called Kadama.
Children at Goddard School test toys for top 10 list.
At least two businesses are leaving the mall, with a third possibly departing.
The company is being liquidated to repay active servicemembers who were illegally foreclosed on.
Vacancy is down on the whole in Puget Sound.
Residential real estate snapshot from John L. Scott
Other stores to follow Bellevue lead throughout 2019.
The Hazelden Betty Ford’s in Bellevue will offer treatment for a wide range of addiction issues.
Following the coffee chain’s collapse earlier this year, other Eastside businesses are moving in.
That hasn’t stopped Google and Facebook from looking to expand.
The restaurant and venue has been in downtown Bellevue for the last seven years.
The Bellevue shop makes custom orders of ice cream to-order.
Quality Construction stiffed workers for $142,500 while working on two public schools.
Betty Capestany parts ways with Bellevue after accepting a new job with Pierce County.
The ceremony was attended by City Council members and leaders of the company.
Crossroads Vet offers the procedure that can treat a host of degenerative conditions
A Sammamish couple hopes to break ground on a permanent indoor surf facility later this year.
Kemper Freeman hopes to break ground on a large expansion in downtown Bellevue in 2019.