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Three special needs Girl Scouts from Troop 1171 in Bellevue were recognized for their Girl Scout Gold Award projects at an areawide event Tuesday night, May 6.
Beverly Jefferson has an entire library of DVD slideshows she has created from photos of trips to Italy, China and sailing in the Caribbean. But the process to make them has often taken her longer than the vacations themselves.
Bellevue transportation planners briefed the Bellevue City Council Monday on efforts to update an agreement between Bellevue and Redmond concerning joint transportation projects and land-use coordination in a heavily traveled area that borders the two cities.
A listing of Bellevue community events and announcements.
Bellevue City Council members Monday approved hiring eight additional firefighters and six police officers to meet rapidly expanding public safety needs.
Fourteen cars were prowled in Medina during the early morning hours of Friday, May 2. Thirteen of them had been left unlocked.
Customers of Puget Sound Energy (PSE) will be able to comment to state regulators on the utility’s proposed merger and request to increase electricity and natural gas rates at a public meeting in Bellevue May 15.
Jubilee REACH Center looks like a community meeting space. Ask those who use it and you’ll find it’s much more than that.
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.