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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Another season, another position for Tyler Bennett, the new main man in the middle for the Redmond High School boys’ soccer team.
Bennett, a senior center midfielder, triggers the attack this spring for the Mustangs, who are shooting for a Class 4A state berth come May.
“We want to at least make a run at state,” said Bennett, who has played three different positions in his three varsity seasons at Redmond. “We got the players to do it. It’s just a matter of how much we want it and how hard we work for it.”
Tim Eyman is not backing down in his legal fight against the City of Redmond, despite last week’s state Supreme Court ruling that stated local voters don’t have the right to ban red-light cameras.
The City of Redmond is in the midst of hiring a new communications manger as it seeks to take a more proactive, coordinated approach to connecting with its residents, according to Mayor John Marchione.
The Redmond Police Department (RPD) bid farewell to its longest-serving officer at a retirement party last Friday.
Assistant Chief Larry Gainer, known for his fair and honest approach to policing, called it a career after serving nearly 36 years with the department.
Claire E. Thompson, a people, pet and nature lover, hoped one day her nurturing, generous personality would lead to a career in nursing.
Thompson, a 20-year-old Sammamish native who was fatally shot early Sunday morning in Redmond, enjoyed giving to others and never asked for anything in return, according to her friends.