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Evergreen Court, a senior living community, will host a fundraiser from 12:30-2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 13 for the Bellevue Fire Department and emergency medical technicians.
King County Executive Ron Sims plans to release a report next week to the County Council rebutting many of the recent findings by a consultant concerning the county’s management of its two animal shelters.
Two drivers suffered several injuries after one of the drivers slammed into the other vehicle March 27 in east Bellevue.
If you travel on I-90 or I-405 in south Bellevue start planning ahead for a number of weeknight closures at the end of April and beginning of May.
The Bravern, which will house a Neiman Marcus store, continues to rise on the corner of 112th Avenue Northeast and Northeast Eighth Street. The retail giant is slated to open in March 2009.
Two Bellevue Police officers suffered minor injuries Wednesday morning when a male suspect attempted to steal a police car.
The Norcliffe Foundation has announced a $1 million endowment gift to Bellevue’s Kindering Center. The fund will support future Kindering programs for the youngest, most vulnerable children in the community – infants and toddlers who are disabled, medically fragile, or vulnerable because of abuse or neglect.
Bellevue’s Opus Northwest will team up with Rebuilding Together South Sound, to renovate the Boys & Girls Club of Federal Way.
Navy Seaman Lindsay K. Church, a 2003 graduate of Bellevue’s Interlake High School, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
The American Cancer Society’s fifth annual Good Times for Goodtimes Wine Auction will be presented beginning at 5 p.m. today at the Harbor Club in downtown Bellevue.
Commuting may not be a laughing matter these days, but it could be featured in a cartoon.
The Cascade Water Alliance is offering a special Earth Day promotion for rebates on WashWise high-efficiency clothes washers.
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.