Street preservation to disrupt traffic in three Kirkland neighborhoods
The city of Kirkland this week is urging residents in the Market, Norkirk, Bridle Trails and South Rose Hill neighborhoods to prepare for a series of one-day closures to their neighborhood roads.
Courthouse News Service
Court Reinstates Bias Suit Against Cablevision
Cablevision should not have been let off the hook for firing their "only African-American operations manager" before a federal jury heard his discrimination claims, the 2nd Circuit ruled on Friday.
Morris Daily Herald
A brief history of Shorewood, IL - The Jewel on the River
What originally started as a cottage town and summer retreat destination has evolved into the roughly 15,600-population village of Shorewood.
Road work begins on Kirkland arterials, neighborhood streets
Kirkland's overlay contractor has begun prep work on 120th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 112th Street, two of the six arterials scheduled for overlay this summer.
Kirkland's Future Financial Performance Remains Unclear
Kirkland's Inc. announced slightly improved financial performance for its first quarter in 2014 as compared the same quarter last year.
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Elements of - Earth, Wind and Fire' interpreted at Winthrop Gallery
From the tiniest details in Northcott's pine needle baskets, to the weathered wood of Schwab's tables and benches, to the breathtaking Icelandic landscapes captured through the lens of Kirkland's Nikon, the scope of the exhibit will require the viewer to stand back, examine closely, and see the pieces from many points of view.
Up Front with Dale Dudley: Of Black Socks and Underwear
When I was a kid in the '70s, you could drive through any neighborhood in Texas on any given evening and you just might run across an older man wearing a one-piece jumpsuit with the legs cuffed a little too high.