Aaron Kunkler

DelBene, military honor Vietnam veterans in Redmond ceremony

Some 60 Vietnam War veterans gathered Friday at the Redmond Veterans of Foreign Wars post to be honored by Rep. Suzan DelBene and fellow service… Continue reading

Redmond City Council approves land-use proposals

The Redmond City Council held public hearings on two land-use projects on Nov. 7. The first was on a proposal concerning the Group Health Overlake… Continue reading

Kids’ paint paradise: Covering the walls with colors at Redmond’s Art Works

There’s not many spaces where kids are actively encouraged to throw paint against a wall. While coming home to brightly-colored splotches everywhere might be a… Continue reading

Gabriel Cosmetics goes natural with skin care and makeup products

While its flagship store is located in Redmond, Gabriel De Santino has big plans for his cosmetic line, Gabriel Cosmetics. Those goals would build on… Continue reading

Redmond contributes to state’s top bike-friendly ranking in the country

Washington state was recently rated as the most bike-friendly state in the country. The League of American Bicyclists released its annual rating, with Washington coming… Continue reading

Early election results show Dhingra, Fields ahead

Preliminary election results have been posted on the King County website for the Nov. 7 election. This election cycle saw many races which Redmond residents… Continue reading

Narcan, the Eastside and how to curb the overdose epidemic

Emergency medical technicians in Redmond have been carrying the opioid overdose-reversing drug Naloxone since the spring of 2016, and last year alone first responders used… Continue reading

Friendly Village mobile home park in Redmond was recently bought by the King County Housing Authority and will remain as a park. Aaron Kunkler/Redmond Reporter

Friendly Village to remain mobile home park, affordable

Friendly Village mobile home park will remain both a park and affordable for its residents following King County Housing Authority’s recent purchase of the community.… Continue reading

Friendly Village mobile home park in Redmond was recently bought by the King County Housing Authority and will remain as a park. Aaron Kunkler/Redmond Reporter
Democrat Manka Dhingra addresses the crowd at her Nov. 7 election night party held in Woodinville. Lincoln Potter/Contributed photo

With a Dhingra victory in the 45th, Washington would join West Coast ‘Blue Wall’

Early voting results from the Nov. 7 election in the Washington state 45th Legislative District are showing Democrat Manka Dhingra with a 10-point lead over… Continue reading

Democrat Manka Dhingra addresses the crowd at her Nov. 7 election night party held in Woodinville. Lincoln Potter/Contributed photo

Local teens get active in 45th Legislative District race

Local teens get active in 45th Legislative District race

Police, fire departments issue public safety notices

Both the Redmond police and fire departments issued statements on scams and carbon-monoxide dangers this week, respectively. Andrea Wolf-Buck, public information officer for the Redmond… Continue reading

Ink is on tap at Redmond’s Eastside Electric

Conor Moore got his first tattoo as a teenager from a somewhat shady Hell’s Angels tattoo shop in California. While the experience wasn’t a great… Continue reading

Make your vote count: Election Day is Nov. 7

As the Nov. 7 Election Day deadline approaches, voters are being asked to consider a range of candidates for various positions in local and state… Continue reading

Redmond community center moving out of Old Redmond Schoolhouse next year

Community center activities at the Old Redmond Schoolhouse will be phased out of the facility beginning Jan. 1, 2018 and will be completely relocated by… Continue reading

$6,300 bike returned to Element Cycles

A $6,300 stolen bike was returned to Element Cycles around midnight on Sunday night after it was stolen in early September. Staff at the bicycle… Continue reading

Redmond School of Glass provides a space for creativity to burn

Brad Stearns took a long metal pole out of a furnace. At the end was a molten glob of red-hot glass. Moving quickly, he paced… Continue reading

Fake pro-Dhingra ads target the 45th district candidate

Fake pro-Dhingra ads target the 45th district candidate

Chiefs present fire, crime stats to Redmond City Council

Information from Redmond first responders showed little change in fire and police activity over the last year. The chiefs of the Redmond Fire and Police… Continue reading

Redmond Way, Cleveland Street now both two-way thoroughfares

Traffic is now flowing in both directions on both Redmond Way and Cleveland Street after a year of construction and congestion in downtown Redmond. Prior… Continue reading

LWSD bond and levies will be on February ballot

The Lake Washington School District (LWSD) is asking for voter approval on a bond and two levies for the February 2018 ballot. The voters are… Continue reading