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The Bellevue police blotter for June 6-10.
Burger Brawler hosts first annual Prime Burger Brawl eating contest slated for June 16.
The building is now the first public Fitwel certified building in the region.
Bellevue Essentials is a city program that will educate up and coming community leaders.
Numerous Eastside Alliance members received awards for Outstanding Contribution in Human Services.
Karly Johnson celebrated 50 years of service on June 1 after he began delivering mail in 1967.
Local communities won the award, including Sunrise of Bellevue, Bothell and Mercer Island.
YES hosts a free, educational event on teen suicide prevention.
Deadly teen crashes jump 14 percent; speed, impairment and distraction are major factors.
On her tour, Lisa Wellman, D-Mercer Island, will visit all nine Educational Service Districts.
Bellevue utilities will begin the construction in late June.
Emmanuel Lebrun-Damiens visited the French Immersion School of Washington in Bellevue.
Now the Firefighter Air Replenishment Systems must be installed in all new high-rise buildings.
This is not a comprehensive list of incidents in Bellevue.
The “Libraries Rock!” programs help prevent school-aged youth from the academic “summer slide”.
Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties hosted the 25th Rampathon last Saturday.
Bellevue offers two routes for locals who want to participate in the bike ride.
Dr. Melet Whinston the medical director for UnitedHealthcare Community Plan breaks down HERO House.
Significant design and management experience combines with expertise in Puget Sound projects.
The bill would ensure families pay no more than seven percent of income toward child care