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Antonelli focuses on transportation in position 6 race

Jason Antonelli is running for the position 6 seat on the Redmond City Council with an eye toward fixing the city’s transportation issues. Antonelli has… Continue reading

District candidates garner copious campaign contributions

Campaigns for seats in the Washington state 45th and 48th district House of Representatives and Senate are in full swing, but where are the candidates… Continue reading

Engineer Jeralee Anderson seeks office to fix transportation woes

Jeralee Anderson is running for position 6 of the Redmond City Council on a platform largely centered around addressing the city’s transportation issues. Anderson is… Continue reading

Hamdan focuses on transportation, housing in position 2 race

In his bid for the Redmond City Council position 2 seat, Osama Hamdan said he will apply his knowledge of working at Microsoft to tackling… Continue reading

Roy Captain hopes to build bridges if elected to city council

Roy Captain is running for position 6 on the Redmond City Council, a position he said he’s seeking because of his past experience in city… Continue reading

City of Redmond releases 2016 crime overview

Overall arrests in Redmond fell last year as many categories of crime in the city also saw reduction. The 2016 crime overview for Redmond was… Continue reading

Moonie Icy Tunes brings the ice cream to customers

After nearly a decade operating out of Snohomish, Redmond residents Sharon and her daughter Melissa “Moonie” Crosetto were finally able to move their business to… Continue reading

Redmond City Council candidates discuss homelessness, growth management and more at forum

Redmond City Council candidates for positions 2, 4 and 6 attended a forum on July 6 at the First Baptist Church. The forum was held… Continue reading

State Legislature candidates talk shop at community forum

Four candidates running for state Legislature seats in the 45th and 48th districts attended a forum on July 11 at the First Baptist Church in… Continue reading

An indoor scooter park in Redmond? It’s coming soon

While skateboards and longboards have often been the platform of choice for athletes looking to test their mettle off the beaten path of team sports,… Continue reading

Executive Care branch opens on Eastside

Executive Care branch opens on Eastside

RHS astronomy club sends balloon sailing across the state

Students from Redmond High School’s astronomy club made a trek to Ellensburg last week as they chased down a weather balloon they launched from their… Continue reading

Willows Deli hopes to expand beyond business park

Contained in the mundane brown business park buildings off of Northeast 95th Street in Redmond are a slew of interesting local businesses who cater to… Continue reading

Redmond gains 54 new acres in neighborhood annexation

Willows and Rose Hill neighborhoods expanded following last week’s Redmond City Council meeting when 54 acres of unincorporated King County were annexed into the city.… Continue reading

Hi Redmond campaign draws attention to downtown businesses

Local businesses in downtown Redmond have taken a hit as construction continues in the city’s retail core and in response, many have banded together to… Continue reading

Nationally syndicated astrologer reads the stars from Redmond

The cosmos are a blueprint for Rick Levine. The master astrologer and Redmond resident writes daily columns that are distributed to some of the largest… Continue reading

Brewers Festival brings families out for brews, music and eats

Thousands of beer enthusiasts and families descended on Marymoor Park last weekend for the annual Washington Brewers Festival, which brought in 130 breweries from across… Continue reading

Updates to Redmond park fees, comprehensive plan passed | Council report

A number of park ordinances, updates and regulations were passed at Tuesday’s Redmond City Council meeting, including an update to the city’s park fees. The… Continue reading

‘Giving from the Heart’ nonprofit teaches kids to give back to the community

Ever since Gayle Leyde founded the nonprofit “Giving from the Heart” in 2000, she’s been on a mission to help local children empathize with less… Continue reading