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Like any 10-year-old, Darian S. likes Hannah Montana, shopping and climbing trees. But unlike most 10-year-olds, she has dealt with and overcome many challenging obstacles in her short life.
Paccar has donated $1 million to Overlake Hospital Medical Center to establish the Paccar Education Center. The donation will enable Overlake to create a sophisticated 7,000-square-foot education facility to ensure Eastside residents have access to hospital care from well-trained healthcare professionals.
Crews working for the Transportation Department are wrapping up the largest project yet in the city’s effort to make curbs and sidewalks easier to navigate for people with disabilities.
Law enforcement officers will again take to the streets at night between May 19 and June 1 to enforce use of seat belts.
Bellevue’s Parks & Community Services Department has received several awards this year from the Washington Recreation & Parks Association.
Bellevue students whose families pay the full cost for school lunch will see higher prices next fall.
Chiropractor Dr. Eric Hansen will host his 6th Annual Bicycle Helmet Safety Day on Saturday, May 17.
Sammamish High School senior Melva Buyers met four-year-old Aidan Leffler a couple weeks ago when he came to a school assembly.
A driver backed over a four-year-old boy Monday afternoon, sending the child to Harborview Medical Center.
Nicole F. Kahn of Bellevue participated in an American Jewish World Service alternative spring break trip to Honduras.
Regional stakeholders gathered in front of the Wilburton trestle at the Bellevue Fire Station Monday morning to sign a historic agreement that will bring the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Rail Corridor into public ownership.
Top amateur skateboarders will compete for $3,000 in prize money in “best trick contests” at the opening celebration for the new Highland Center Skate Plaza on Friday, May 16, 3:30 to 10 p.m.
Fourteen-year-old Michael Lee beat stage fright long ago.
Sen. John McCain, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, brought his campaign to the Eastside Tuesday with a fundraiser in Bellevue and participation in a roundtable discussion in North Bend on global climate change.
A plan that would transform the Bel-Red area of Bellevue over time from an area of light industrial and commercial uses to one with new office and residential neighborhoods with more transportation options and open space was again front and center before the City Council on Monday.
Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna visited the Eastside recently to promote GUARD IT! Washington campaign to prevent identity theft.
Lisa Erwin, senior counsel and Seattle Section Chief of the Attorney General of Washington’s office and Jean Mathisen of the AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) Fraud Fighter call center, presented some basic ways to protect yourself from identity theft.
Eastside families can help make sure their children are safe at the 2008 Child Safety Fair & Baby Extravaganza Saturday at the Factoria Mall.
BAM offers volunteer docent training programs for teens and adults. The adult program has 68 active docents. Thirty hours of annual service is required.