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Fate of Idylwood trees to be determined by hearings examiner

Residents succeeded in temporarily halting the removal of the remaining 20 trees in the Redmond park.

QFC unveils meal kits at local stores

The company makes home cooking easy with Prep+Pared meal kits from $14 to $20.

  • Mar 30, 2018

County council approves Eastside emergency system upgrade

The effort will enhance 911 to improve link to public safety providers that serve East King County.

  • Mar 30, 2018

Wastemobile collects household hazardous waste in Redmond

The Wastemobile will collect car batteries, oil, paint thinner and other household hazardous items.

  • Mar 30, 2018

Amy Walen campaigns for 48th District Rep.

The Kirkland mayor announced her campaign after current Rep. Joan McBride announced her retirement.

  • Mar 29, 2018

State Rep. Joan McBride to retire from Legislature

Longtime Eastside leader endorses mayor of Kirkland for her seat.

Redmond hosts Interfaith Friendship dinner

The third annual Interfaith Friendship dinner will focus on love compassion and courage.

  • Mar 29, 2018

Redmond police arrest utility worker for exposing self in baseball dugout

A witness had seen the same suspect the week before with his pants down.

Lake Washington Schools Foundation luncheon focuses on ‘bridging gaps’

Foundation aims to bring equal opportunities to students from all income levels.

Redmond has begun removing 30 trees from Idylwood

Despite neighbors concerns, the city has begun removing trees deemed hazardous from the lakeside park.

Redmond celebrates new Community Center at Marymoor Village

The ribbon cutting will take place on March 24.

  • Mar 23, 2018

Team kicks off ‘Spring Cleaning’ clothing and textile drive

Redmond High’s boys soccer team will hold its “Spring Cleaning” clothing and textile drive from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 24 and from 8-9:30… Continue reading

  • Mar 22, 2018

Video of Redmond woman kicked out of yoga conference incites questions of racism

Facebook commenters believe the act was driven by racism and white privilege.

City Seeks New Civil Service Commission Member

The soft deadline for the position is April 20, but the position will remain open until filled.

  • Mar 22, 2018

Cities honor Reps. Joan McBride, Terry Nealey for public records work

The Association of Washington Cities, an Olympia-based organization advocating on behalf of Washington’s 281 cities and towns, recently honored Representative Joan McBride (D-Kirkland) and Representative… Continue reading

  • Mar 21, 2018

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.

Attorney General Ferguson on guns and government lawsuits

The Washington state AG stopped by the Reporter’s office to chat about current events.

As PSE moves away from coal, one community scrambles to build a new economy

Lewis County has long relied on the energy needs of consumers throughout the region. That’s all about to change.

Delay’s sentencing moved to April 12

After a three-year investigation that originated in Redmond, David D. Delay was charged four months ago with 17 federal felonies that included production of child… Continue reading

  • Mar 15, 2018

Students throughout the region take part in National School Walkout, call for gun control

The March 14 demonstrations marked the one month anniversary of the Parkland school shooting.