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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.
Youth Eastside Services raised more than $307,000 May 8 at a fundraising breakfast. It was the most successful fundraiser ever.
The Sunset Beach Bathhouse project at Lake Sammamish State Park has been selected as one of the region’s top 10 greenest projects. The project was recognized in the ‘What Makes it Green?” Awards by the Seattle chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Benjamin Jay Wright of Issaquah and William Stanley Harding of Newcastle will receive Eagle Scout awards today at Aldersgate Methodist Church in Bellevue.
Best-selling author of Amish fiction Wanda Brunstetter will make an appearance at Bellevue Lifeway Christian Bookstore on May 17.
The 48th District’s legislative delegation will hold their second post-session town hall on May 20 at Redmond City Hall.
Bellevue City Council member Phil Noble has been named to the county's Mental Illness and Drug Dependency Oversight Committee Panel.
Back when Emma Morris came to Overlake, it was still the little wooden hospital sitting in between a pig and dairy farm and staff could look out the window in the surgery area and see cows grazing in the pasture right outside.
Computers and other computer peripherals will be accepted for recycling Saturday, May 31 at a special collection event.
Three Bellevue residents have been named Living Treasures by Bellevue Community College’s Diversity Caucus. Nora Lance, Associate Director of Student Programs, was chosen as one of four employees to receive the honor, while students Michael Akrish and Katie Wilson were among the four student Living Treasures.
The Farmers Market north of downtown Bellevue has opened for the season. The market operates every Thursdays from 3-7 p.m., through Oct. 9 at 1717 Bellevue Way N.E., Bellevue.
A stubborn car fire at a Factoria self-storage facility in the 13200 block of S.E. 30th St. kept Bellevue firefighters busy Friday morning. The fire originated from one of the units where a man was apparently servicing some equipment around 11 a.m. The first fire crew was able to quickly extinguish the storage unit fire, but a nearby car developed a gas tank leak that resisted extinguishment for several more minutes.
Bellevue resident Spencer Lull recently was honored as a Drug-Free Mentor at the 15th anniversary event of the Drug-Free Marshals program in Los Angeles. Drug-Free Marshals (DFM) are marking the year with a new program to inspire older teens and young adults to take on new leadership roles in their communities.
The Bellevue School District has become the 27th in the nation, and the fourth program in Washington state to earn certification for pest management.
Washington voters have witnessed several changes in recent years, with poll sites getting replaced by mail-in ballots, the primary taking place a month earlier and constantly changing. Last week, Secretary of State Sam Reed talked about how voters now cast ballots from the mail instead of the polls, the primary this August will be the third different type since 2003 and voter rolls have been cleaned up since the governor’s election recount in 2004.