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Dean Poplawski, a three-sport star and standout student at The Overlake School, is the Redmond Reporter's 2011-12 Male Athlete of the Year.
A Redmond woman remains in stable condition at a Bellevue hospital after she drove through a red light at the intersection of Bel-Red Road and Northeast and collided with another vehicle early Thursday morning.
Steve Ballmer, the CEO of Redmond-based technology giant Microsoft, Corp., is part of an investment group looking to build a new sports arena and bring an NBA franchise back to Seattle, San Francisco hedge fund manager Chris Hansen announced Wednesday morning.
Redmond High School baseball coach Dan Pudwill is the Redmond Reporter’s 2011-12 Coach of the Year for guiding the Mustangs’ remarkable turnaround.
Major road work on Redmond Way will begin next week and drivers should expect delays in both directions of traffic for the next several weeks.
Brian Lund is heading back to Redmond High School (RHS). RHS athletic director John Appelgate announced Tuesday that Lund, a 1991 RHS graduate, will be the Mustangs new head boys' basketball coach.
Bob Bristol tried his best to stay on an even keel throughout a season of personal pain and heartache. But after his Overlake School boys' soccer team won the Class 1A state title at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner last Saturday, he could no longer hold his emotions back.
The Bear Creek School senior Maddie Magee won her third straight Class 2B state high jump title over the weekend — and she did it in record fashion.
Redmond High School senior Jessica Kinssies saved her best for last at the recent Class 4A state track and field meet at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma.
King County prosecutors have filed felony theft charges against two former Hopelink employees, who allegedly stole and resold more than $95,000 worth of bus passes between May 2009 and March 2010.
The Overlake School boys' soccer team is one win away from the Class 1A state-title game.
The surging Redmond High School baseball team will bring a wealth of state-tournament experience to Kent Memorial Park when it takes on Kentridge in a Class 4A state playoff opener Saturday.
After losing its first seven games, the Mustangs will be making their third straight trip to the Class 4A state tournament with short-cut hairdos and a common goal: to win a state championship.
A familiar former Mustang basketball star is helping younger players develop their skills while she waits for an opportunity to showcase her own.
Trevor Guyton became the first Redmond High School graduate to be drafted by the NFL after the Minnesota Vikings took the University of California-Berkeley defensive lineman in the seventh round of Saturday's NFL Draft.
Redmond Saturday Market’s 37th season starts Saturday with new vendors, entertainment and management
The Redmond Saturday Market, the oldest-running market on the Eastside, returns for its 37th season this Saturday at the corner of Leary Way Northeast and Bear Creek Parkway with many new vendors and entertainers and even a new management team.
City, Group Health, Sustainable Redmond fail to reach agreement concerning Overlake plan at mediation meeting
A recent mediation meeting with a grassroots, pro-tree organization, the City of Redmond and Group Health Cooperative resulted in continued disagreement over an approved plan to cut down more than 1,000 trees to make way for a 28-acre, mixed-use development in Overlake.
Community service first, baseball second: Overlake-Bear Creek baseball team helps others during trip to Dominican Republic
The Overlake-Bear Creek baseball team recently got to see firsthand the harsh realities of the Dominican Republic along with the passion and fortitude of its residents.
Bike park plans ‘not in concert with neighborhood,’ opponent says: City Council appeal hearing set for May 8
Harold Zeitz says he has nothing against the two decade-old, make-shift community bike park near his house on Education Hill. But he is against to the city’s plans for expansion. Zeitz said he is one of more than 100 residents who oppose a planned bike project that would add more dirt-jump style bike trails to a piece of city-owned utility property within Hartman Park.
The Mustangs won their ninth-straight game Tuesday night, edging Inglemoor, 4-3, in a Kingco 4A contest at Hartman Field.