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Five Bellevue residents received degrees recently from the University of Portland. They include:
Audrey Bennett, of Bellevue, recently was elected Washington State PTA Region 2 Director, which supports PTAs in Bellevue, Mercer Island, Issaquah, Lake Washington, Riverview, and Snoqualmie Valley school districts in eastern King County.
The political season begins in ernest on Monday, June 2 as candidates begin filing for elective office. The in-person filing period ends on Friday, June 6 at 5 p.m. Online filing ends an hour earlier.
Motorists may see lane closures because of two projects on I-405 in Bellevue next week. From June 2-5, during the night and early morning hours, crews may close a lane on southbound I-405 between Southeast Eighth Street and Coal Creek Parkway for electrical work. Crews may also close the following ramps: (continued)
Bellevue-area residents can apply for one of two openings on the King County Civil Rights Commission. Five positions are open, including District 6, represented by Councilmember Jane Hague (whose district includes Bellevue, Mercer Island, Redmond and Kirkland) and District 9 represented by Councilmember Reagan Dunn (whose district includes Bellevue, Maple Valley, Renton, Newcastle, Covington, and Kent).
Amid a national housing climate that has caused a reduction in housing demand in many areas, Bellevue is bucking the storm.
Boaters are being warned that area lakes - especially Lake Washington - could be extremely hazardous for the near future.
Interstate 405 has seen its share of congestion relief work in recent years, including two projects now under construction in Bellevue. On Tuesday, officials with the state Department of Transportation briefed Bellevue City Council members on progress and previewe of what lies ahead.
Bellevue woman turns immigration into business success
The next workshop runs on two Saturdays, April 26 and May 2, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cost is $150 per couple. Parents are welcome to bring baby. To register, call Overlake at 425-688-5269 or visit www.overlakehospital.org/classes. For information, visit www.gottman.com/parenting/baby.
Inspire, imagine, innovate: that was the idea behind the 2008 Bellevue Youth Involvement Conference at Meydenbauer Center. With guests Dr. Matt Bellace, Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire, and 13-year-old founder of the charity foundation, Hoops of Hope, the conference brought more than 450 students, the highest attendance ever, together to discuss ways to get involved in the community in Bellevue.
Political change is brewing at the Mustard Seed Grill & Pub in Newport Hills.
Nearly $5 million in cuts was approved by the Bellevue School Board last Tuesday to rebuild the district’s reserve.
The Bellevue Internal Revenue Service’s Taxpayer Assistance office will be open on Saturday, March 29, to help people in the area file a tax return in order to receive their Economic Stimulus Payment, commonly referred to as a rebate
They shopped, they had fun in school, they enjoyed Slurpees.
Fortune Small Business (FSB) has named Bellevue the best place (out of 100) in the nation to live and launch a business.
Bellevue’s Westminster Chapel will host at educational AIDS exhibit from May 9-12.
The Bellevue YMCA will host a Healthy Kids Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 12 at the Y’s facility on Bel-Red Road.
It will be unprecedented in Washington state: The first institution designed for young gifted students to require IQ testing from preschool applicants.
Erin Fletcher, project manager of HDR’s Bellevue office, is among 12 female engineers profiled by the Engineer Your Life (EYL) campaign. Backed by more than 50 engineering associations, colleges and universities, the campaign is designed to encourage college-bound girls to integrate engineering into college studies.