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Cardiac arrest survivor ‘pays it back’ 10 years later on Redmond soccer field

Alan Langman, Marc Goyette and Tim Dewhurst have been playing soccer together recreationally for more than 10 years.

Alexander overcomes hearing impairment, prepares for fatherhood

When it comes to parenting, it is important for a mother or father to be able to understand their children.

A new kind of Rockwell painting: School works to create an all-inclusive environment

As the student population at Norman Rockwell Elementary School in Redmond becomes increasingly diverse each year, the school is working to make sure all families feel like they belong.

Redmond firefighters rescue man after being dumped into Waste Management truck

The Redmond Fire Department (RFD) responded to a 911 call at 6:16 a.m. Tuesday after a man who was presumably sleeping in a dumpster was inadvertently dropped into a Waste Management truck near Northeast 80th Street and Redmond Elementary School in downtown.

Nature Vision receives SETAC award for environmental education

Next month, the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) will recognize Nature Vision for its contributions to environmental education.

Eastside agencies and organizations offer help for domestic-violence survivors

When it comes to domestic violence, there is more to getting out than just exiting an abusive relationship.

Residents, council members discuss growth, traffic and more at Neighborhood Conversation

While many residents in any given city have concerns about what's going on in their communities, attending a council meeting or public hearing is not always easy.

Mayor Marchione presents $695 million biennium budget

On Tuesday evening, Redmond Mayor John Marchione presented his budget for the 2017-18 biennium to City Council.

Wastemobile sets up at Redmond Home Depot this weekend

This weekend, King County's Wastemobile will be making its final appearance in Redmond for the year in the parking lot of the Home Depot at 17777 N.E. 76th St.

Delphi Precision Imaging zooms in on 3-D X-ray technology

When treating an ill or injured patient, doctors will sometimes call for a CT scan to get a better look at the injury or affected area.

City encourages people to shop local through ‘We Dig Downtown’ campaign

With road construction continuing in downtown, the City of Redmond has started a campaign to encourage people to buy local and support businesses in the neighborhood.

Cancer Pathways supports patients and families throughout the region

When a person is diagnosed with cancer, medical treatment is only one of the things they must face.

Senior center holds Be Aware Fair to raise awareness of scams

In an effort to raise awareness of the many scams out there, the Redmond Senior Center (RSC) held a Be Aware Fair on Sept. 16.

School resource officers provide security, build relationships

While fall signifies back to school for students and their families, as well as teachers and other school staff, there is another group that has headed back to class: school resource officers (SROs).

PFLAG celebrating 20th anniversary on Eastside

In 1996, Wendy Wartes and her husband were host parents for an exchange student from Belarus.

Redmond police continue search for armed carjacking suspect

On Monday, Redmond police searched for an armed suspect on foot following four attempted carjackings in downtown. The suspect is still at large.

Frankie’s, other businesses closing to make way for new hotel

As work continues in downtown Redmond to turn the neighborhood into one of the city's two urban centers, there have been a number of new businesses and restaurants that have opened in the area.

Former bullying victim turns experience into Reflections of Hope

Bullying in schools is not unheard of.

In her Wheelhouse: Head of Redmond-area school speaks at Montessori conference in China

As the head of school for Montessori Children's House (MCH) near Redmond, education is a big part of Jennifer Wheelhouse's life.

Eastside immigrants benefit from organizations, county working to improve services

As the immigrant and refugee population in King County increases, questions have been raised about how to best serve them.