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Mayor Marchione lays out vision for 2018

As 2018 kicks into full swing, Redmond Mayor John Marchione is hoping to continue and refine the city’s growth over the coming year. Marchione said… Continue reading

 

Redmond Historical Society holds dinner and auction fundraiser

Special to the Reporter The First Annual Redmond Historical Society Dinner & Auction Fundraiser is now history. More than 100 members and friends enjoyed a… Continue reading

  • Jan 22, 2018

 

Police still seeking leads in 2017 murder

Redmond police continue to search for leads in a murder investigation stemming from a shooting death at a New Years Eve party last year. Officers… Continue reading

 

InnerFit to hold women’s self-defense class

InnerFit will hold a women’s self-defense class from 10 a.m. to noon Jan. 27 at 18465 N.E. 68th St., Suite 100, in Redmond. Attendees must… Continue reading

  • Jan 19, 2018

LWSD holds community open house events to discuss ballot measures

Lake Washington School District has three measures on the Feb. 13 ballot: a bond measure and two replacement levies. These measures provide funding for staff,… Continue reading

  • Jan 19, 2018

Increase in immigration enforcement worries activists

Arrests of immigrants have intensified over the last year under the Trump administration’s orders, causing anxiety in immigrant communities. According to the Immigration and Customs… Continue reading

Food inspector closes Redmond restaurant

A Public Health food inspector closed Hyderabad House, located at 17181 Redmond Way #700 in Redmond, on Jan. 17 due to the following food safety… Continue reading

  • Jan 18, 2018

Redmond City Council awards funds to tourism projects

Redmond awarded a combined $274,500 to local and city projects that could increase tourism in the city at Tuesday’s city council meeting. The money come… Continue reading

Criminal justice reform could be on the way for Washington

With exploding national incarceration rates since the 1980s, some groups in Washington state are pushing for criminal justice reform. The U.S. has more prisoners incarcerated… Continue reading

State officials: Don’t feed the coyotes

Spring is on the way, and with it local urban wildlife sightings could increase, including spottings of animal neighbors like coyotes, raccoons and even the… Continue reading

Lake Washington schools open enrollment set for Feb. 1-28

Lake Washington School District holds an open enrollment period once each year for parents who want their children to attend a school other than their… Continue reading

  • Jan 17, 2018

City seeks candidates for Library Board of Trustees

The City of Redmond is seeking interested residents to volunteer for a position on the Redmond Library Board of Trustees. The board advises the mayor… Continue reading

  • Jan 17, 2018
Gov. Jay Inslee. Carrie Rodriguez/staff photo
                                Gov. Inslee meets with Sound Publishing staff members. Carrie Rodriguez/staff photo

Inslee talks education, carbon tax and opioid crisis

Carbon tax proposal would replenish the state’s reserves for the first year for education spending.

Gov. Jay Inslee. Carrie Rodriguez/staff photo
                                Gov. Inslee meets with Sound Publishing staff members. Carrie Rodriguez/staff photo

Suspects arrested on suspicion of shoplifting shoes | Police Blotter for Jan 9-15

Monday, Jan. 15 Car prowl: Redmond police took a car-prowl report at 11:36 a.m. in the 16700 block of Northeast 102nd Place. A woman reported… Continue reading

  • Jan 16, 2018

Despite being minority party, state Republicans gearing up for a fight

While Democrats have majorities in the Washington state Legislature, Senate Republicans aren’t backing down on their agenda in the 2018 session, which began Jan. 8.… Continue reading

New Redmond-Kirkland power line moving ahead

Nearly a decade after work began, a project to build a new 115-kilovolt power line from Redmond to Kirkland is still in the works. The… Continue reading

Suspect swipes wine from store, evades police | Police Blotter for Jan. 2-8

Monday, Jan. 8 Fraud: Redmond police took a fraud report at 10:13 a.m. in the 17400 block of Northeast 35th Place. A woman reported having… Continue reading

  • Jan 11, 2018

Scouts, recycler team up on Christmas tree project

Redmond-based DTG Enterprises, Inc. worked with Boy Scout troops in Redmond on a Christmas tree recycling community service project at its Redmond site, 8504 192nd… Continue reading

  • Jan 10, 2018
Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib addresses a crowd at the East King County Chambers of Commerce Legislative Coalition breakfast on Thursday. Raechel Dawson/staff photo

Fully funding education, passing capital budget top focus this legislative session

Eastside legislators met to discuss issues at annual breakfast

Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib addresses a crowd at the East King County Chambers of Commerce Legislative Coalition breakfast on Thursday. Raechel Dawson/staff photo

LWSD places bond, levies on February ballot

Voters in the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) will be asked to approve two levy renewals and a bond on the Feb. 13 special election… Continue reading