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The Jewish Day School students in Lois Fein’s eighth grade history class have closed the textbooks and learned modern Jewish history from the people who lived it - their relatives.
Maintenance work by the city of Bellevue will take place on 130th Avenue Northeast between Bel-Red Road and Northeast 20th Street. This roadway is expected to be closed on Sunday, April 13, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to conduct work on a sewer pump station.
Timmy O’Brien, the Bellevue third grader who organized the folding of 1,000 origami cranes, delivered them to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum in Japan on Tuesday, April 1.
Bellevue Community College’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa international honor society, and chapter member Jessica Buskirk, of Bellevue, earned top awards at the society’s regional conference, held March 7-9 on the Clark College campus in Vancouver, Wash.
The jazz scene is making a smooth transition in Bellevue, from smoke-filled bars with candlelit tables to savvy upscale venues. It’s a new generation - one where jazz and hipsters are beginning to walk through the same front doors.
A new partnership between King County Metro Transit and the city of Bellevue will bring more bus service within the next three years.
Timothy Egan, author of the National Book Award winner, The Worst Hard Times: The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dust Bowl, will discuss that human and environmental catastrophe in a free, public lecture at Bellevue Community College on April 23.
Eastside nonprofit organizations will receive $470,000 from the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation. The grants are specifically geared towards supporting children, families and communities as a whole.
The YMCA of Greater Seattle this month received a $25,000 grant from the Puget Sound Energy Foundation to help build four new community YMCAs, one of them in Newcastle.
“SAT prep isn’t that exciting, let’s be honest,” says 16-year-old Brian Reiser.
The Westin Bellevue, Suite 400, 600 Bellevue Way N.E. The spa is open Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. For reservations call 425-454-0622.
Registration is now open for the Seattle Humane Society’s Animal Adventures Day Camp, week-long day camps for children ages five to 12-years old.
Why are first and last children often opposites? What challenges or benefits will a middle child face throughout his or her lifetime? Should you adjust your parenting depending on birth order?
King County residents with an interest in law and ethics can apply for an open position on the King County Board of Ethics. The person will serve a three-year term on the five-member citizen advisory board.
Bellevue Community College’s Center for Career Connections is offering six free, public workshops this spring on career planning and job-hunting:
Douglas L. Bayer, of Bellevue, has been elected to the Knox College Board of Trustees.
The city of Bellevue is considering more laws that could limit the size of “megahomes” and prohibit residents from combining lots on which to build them. The city adopted a first round of regulatory changes last December.
Bellevue already counts on more than 6,000 volunteers for help, but city officials want to expand the opportunities for residents to contribute. The city is soliciting ideas from residents and plans to link people offering their services to nonprofit agencies in need of volunteers.
Eastside families can celebrate Healthy Kids Day today at the