Samantha Pak

Redmond Library’s programming reflects diverse local population

As the City of Redmond becomes more diverse, the programming at the Redmond Library has come to reflect this. From world language story times to… Continue reading

New Redmond Police Foundation to help citizens and businesses support local law enforcement

About six months ago, a group of concerned citizens in Redmond began talking about how they wanted to support their police department. After approaching the… Continue reading

MAPS’s American Muslim Empowerment Network to hold ‘Make Your Voice Heard’ workshop

While discrimination, hate crimes and Islamophobia are not new in the United States, the country has seen an increase in recent months. To address these… Continue reading

Teens team up with Studio C members to aid refugee families

Standing in line for long periods of time to meet a favorite celebrity is not unusual, but to stand in line for upwards of an… Continue reading

Council member Kimberly Allen to step down Jan. 31

Redmond City Council member Kimberly Allen will resign from her position, effective Jan. 31. Allen, who serves in City Council Pos. 4, cited her job… Continue reading

Redmond Ridge’s Goddard School receives Circle of Excellence Award

The Goddard School in Redmond Ridge has received the Circle of Excellence Award for the fifth year in a row. The award, which is presented… Continue reading

EvergreenHealth’s Johnson receives Nurse of the Year award

Susan Johnson had known what she wanted to be when she grew up since she was 4 years old and would draw pictures of herself… Continue reading

Eastside law enforcement agencies collaborate to tackle property crimes

Around 2004, automobile theft was on the rise in Redmond and throughout the Puget Sound region. Cmdr. Shari Francois with the Redmond Police Department (RPD)… Continue reading

UPDATE| New MAPS sign vandalized one week after installation

The new sign at the Muslim Association of Puget Sound (MAPS) in Redmond was vandalized early Saturday morning. According to a press release from the… Continue reading

STEM trio’s Code Carbon game wins Congressional App Challenge

At Tesla STEM High School near Redmond, there is a culture of awareness when it comes to environmental issues. But this is not the case… Continue reading

Dr. Pepper scholarship will help Redmond native become Dr. Hsiao

Once a month, Victor Hsiao spends a day at the Los Angeles Christian Health Center (LACHC) as part of his medical school training at the… Continue reading

Ducati rolls its Italian motorcycle dealership into Redmond Town Center

Since Borders in Redmond Town Center (RTC) closed almost five and a half years ago, the space had remained vacant. This has recently changed with… Continue reading

Redmond, Bothell police arrest known drug supplier at Bothell ‘Lego house’

After years of an ongoing investigation and working with other law enforcement agencies, the Redmond Police Department (RPD) has identified and arrested a suspect they… Continue reading

Faith and community members show support for MAPS with new sign dedication | SLIDESHOW

After the sign at the Muslim Association of Puget Sound (MAPS) was vandalized on Nov. 21, there has been an outpouring of support for the… Continue reading

Legacy and Chinese partner purchase Redmond Square for $31M

The Redmond Square business complex in downtown Redmond was sold to Legacy Partners last month for $31 million. The sale went through Nov. 10 and… Continue reading

Einstein Elementary community jumps into fundraising effort for new playground

Whenever a new elementary school is built, there are a few things that typically come with it. From classrooms and a library, to a main… Continue reading

SoulFood Coffeehouse owners bring Redmond community together

After emotions and tensions throughout the country became heightened following the presidential election, SoulFood Coffeehouse in Redmond opened its doors to give community members the… Continue reading

Resident holds Candlelight Vigil for Progress for people to show community solidarity

With news of racist graffiti, harassment, violence and other hate crimes cropping up around the country after the presidential election, some Redmond-area residents decided to… Continue reading

Redmond Lights to focus on tradition, unity

This weekend marks the first Saturday of December and that means it’s time for Redmond Lights. The annual winter festival is in its 18th year… Continue reading

Support pours in following vandalism at Redmond mosque

The main sign at the Muslim Association of Puget Sound (MAPS) in Redmond was vandalized early Monday morning. The granite sign in front of its… Continue reading