Katie Metzger

Redmond Historical Society marks milestones amid many changes

Group celebrates 15 years of walking tours, which give glimpses into community’s colorful past.

 

Redmond’s vision to come to fruition with Downtown Park opening

The area has transformed into an urban center over the past decade.

 

Indian festival draws thousands to Redmond

Ninth annual Ananda Mela showcases breadth and depth of Indian arts and culture.

 

Update: Preliminary results roll in for August primary

Incumbents, Democrats lead in initial Aug. 7 election results.

Hopelink’s new Redmond facility opens to clients, community

The center will serve an estimated 5,000 families each year.

New Hopelink facility to open in Redmond

The facility will house Hopelink’s administrative team, Redmond client services staff and food bank.

Redmond celebrates ‘Hometown Heroes’ at 2018 Derby Days

The annual summer festival displays the unique and diverse community.

Redmond commits to customer service

A $3 million program is helping citizens navigate City Hall, in person and online.

Girl Scouts help install Little Free Library in Redmond’s Grass Lawn Park

It is the first Little Free Library in the city’s parks system.

A connected corridor

Local officials, transit representatives discuss construction, funding progress on I-405 projects.

Young environmentalists urge plastic straw ban

Kirkland students hope to take their message across the Eastside, then statewide.

Candidates file for state, federal offices

Twenty-nine candidates are challenging incumbent U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell.

Redmond City Hall

Redmond proclaims April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Local resident shares how community resources helped her family heal from abuse.

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Wyman prepared to protect elections

Washington’s secretary of state talks hacking, social media and more at Redmond Rotary.

Redmond pilots county’s first community court program

The goal is to connect people to resources, as an alternative to jail time.

Rep. DelBene hosts housing roundtable

Participants say inter-government coordination, expanded tax credit are needed.

State Rep. Joan McBride to retire from Legislature

Longtime Eastside leader endorses mayor of Kirkland for her seat.

Redmond plans to roll out bike share program in May

The City Council is considering action in April that would enable bike share to launch.

Gov. Inslee discusses education, science and Trump with media

On Inauguration Day for the nation’s new president, recently re-elected Washington Gov. Jay Inslee talked with Sound Publishing reporters and editors about challenges facing the… Continue reading