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A large crowd turned out for Monday’s City Council study session to hear Sound Transit staff update elected officials on a proposed East Link Light Rail project that would run from Seattle to downtown Bellevue and possibly to Overlake.
The Bellevue City Council Monday authorized staff to move forward with the purchase of the Lincoln Center property for future public uses.
Starting Tuesday, July 1, the Washington State Patrol will begin enforcing a new law requiring drivers talking on cell phones to use a headset or speaker-phone.
A pet was adopted every 2½ minutes at Super Pet Adopt-a-thon held June 21 at the King County Animal Shelter in Kent.
For the 11th time in 12 years, a team of Bellevue Community College mathematics students has finished in the national top 10 in the annual American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges’ Student Math League competition.
One of three men who robbed a jewelry courier outside a Bellevue McDonald’s restaurant last year was sentenced Monday, June 23 to 70 months in prison.
Medina Police responded to a report in late May that a suspicious person was reportedly rummaging through the medicine cabinet of a home during an open house. When confronted, the subject quickly left the residence. Medina officers contacted the subject, who was uncooperative.
Two major summer events in Bellevue – the Strawberry Festival and the Seafair Marathon – arrive today and Sunday. In addition, families can go on an orienteering adventure at Lewis Creek Park.
King County Metro Transit is bringing “In Motion” back to downtown Bellevue. The program is aimed at increasing the use of transit, carpooling, bicycling and walking in the downtown area by providing information and incentives to residents willing to take a pledge.
In 1934, Tony Valentino scored the winning touchdown for his high school, carrying the football 55 yards for a team victory. Always involved in sports, he grew up playing pickup games with the neighborhood kids on the streets of New York and later played high school and college ball.
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Only eight months old, Chelsea, a Welsh Corgi mix , is a happy, outgoing gal who’ll greet you with a very silly short leg, long body, tail wag. Although Chelsea loves people, she needs a home with no other dogs.
A total of 202 students at Sammamish High School received diplomas on Monday, June 16 in ceremonies at Bellevue Community College.
The Interlake class of 2008 graduated on Tuesday, June 17 with ceremonies at Bellevue Community College.
Windermere real estate agents were out in force Friday, June 20 in their annual community service project, this one at Elder and Adult Day Services (EADS).
326 students graduate from Bellevue High School
I thought it was time to throw a bone to the West-side Cougars.
This summer, law enforcement in King County will join colleagues in Snohomish, Skagit, and Whatcom counties to conduct X-52 patrols, targeting motorists who speed or drive while intoxicated. The first of these patrols was Saturday June 14. Other patrols follow on July 19, August 1, and September 28.