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1 hr ago | City of Bellevue
Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm has been selected for "Heart Your Park," a program by Macy's that aims to raise awareness and dollars for local parks across the country.
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A 2.1 speaker setup is nearly quaint these days. At least, it might seem that way when considering everything else that's available today - from portable powerhouses to full-on surround systems.
7 hrs ago | City of Bellevue
An inquest was convened by King County into the March 22, 2013 death of Russell Smith.
13 hrs ago | Business Journal
Providence executive J. Michael Marsh has been named as the new president and CEO of Overlake Medical Center in Bellevue.
Have you ever thought you said something wrong based on another person's response? At this month's Cultural Conversations, participants will explore the complex process of communication across cultures and languages, and within the same culture.
The 21-year-old man who escaped police custody in Bellevue and was re-arrested a month later in Renton appeared in court again Monday - this time with "Ultra Security Inmate" emblazoned on the back of his jail jumpsuit.
Eagle alumni were invited to join in a dinner reception, short documentary viewing and a "parade of nations" that saw current students representing countries around the world.
After suffering a neck injury that ended her career as a professional horseback rider, Jodie Davis has found a new career as the franchise owner of a new frozen yogurt shop in Redmond.
In Bellevue, we continue to robustly support and invest in our schools. It only seems reasonable to expect that our state legislators do the same.
"Makkum Plooischotel Necklace" by Gsine Hackenberg started as an earthenware plate by Koninklijke Tichelaar Makkum, the oldest company in the Netherlands.
Bob Pishue is director of WPC's Center for Transportation. Prior to joining Washington Policy Center in 2013, Bob interned at the Washington Research Council where he produced policy briefs on initiatives and referenda.
This photo taken during an investigation into the March 2012 shooting death of Russell Wilson by Bellevue SWAT members shows evidence cards placed where numerous bullet casings were found.
"It kind of feels good just being a part of the Bellevue community and helping instead of sitting in jail," said Ryan Marcel Trimble, a program participant.
Bellevue city councilmembers received their first update Monday on the progress being made by a citizen advisory committee exploring how to enhance living downtown while also bracing for substantial population growth by 2030.