Jake Berg

Margaret Hansen works at the counter at Brick & Mortar Books in Redmond Town Center. Photo courtesy of Brick & Mortar Books

Redmond’s Brick & Mortar Books’ story takes a pause

Co-owner Dan Ullom said, “right now [Inslee] is effectively asking people to sacrifice for the greater good.”

 

Station 13 of the Redmond Fire District. The station is set to be open and back to normal operations on the morning of March 14. Jake Berg/staff photo

Redmond medics set to be released from quarantine

Six Redmond medics under quarantine will be released this week, while one awaits test results.

 

The entrance to Emerald Heights Retirement Home. Jake Berg/staff photo

Three Redmond adult care facilities confirm COVID-19 cases

Emerald Heights Retirement Center, Aegis Living Marymoor and Redmond Care and Rehabilitation Center all have at least one case of coronavirus.

 

Cancels, closures across Redmond due to Eastside outbreak

Teen center and community center closed until further notice.

A rendering of the new Redmond Pool. photo courtesy of the city of Redmond

Redmond pool to re-open fall of 2020

Substructure issues caused a delay in the completion timeline.

A rendering of the new Redmond Pool. photo courtesy of the city of Redmond
Redmond City Hall. File photo

Redmond mayor declares proclamation of local emergency

Seven Redmond fire medics and one Redmond police officer have been quarantined.

Redmond City Hall. File photo

Redmond seeking community input on stormwater permit

The permit is meant to reduce the amount of polluted stormwater runoff into lakes, rivers, streams and groundwater.

The tax exemption application process can be done on King County’s website. File photo

King County accepting tax exemption applications

Seniors and homeowners with disabilities, with a maximum income of $58,423, can apply online.

The tax exemption application process can be done on King County’s website. File photo
Graphic courtesy of city of Redmond 
                                Transportation Improvement Board grant vicinity map depicting the locations for improvement project.

$2 million transportation improvement board grant accepted

The grant will assist in funding the state Route 202 improvement project.

Graphic courtesy of city of Redmond 
                                Transportation Improvement Board grant vicinity map depicting the locations for improvement project.

Envisioning the future of the Redmond Senior Center

With the help of community input the city can begin to design a senior center or expanded center.

Aneelah Afzali, executive director of MAPS-AMEN and creator of Facts Over Fear campaign, hugs an event attendee before a recent presentation. Photo courtesy of Jeremy Kwong

National Facts Over Fear campaign launches in Redmond

Facts Over Fear campaign is intended to dispute misconceptions spread by anti-Muslim hate groups.

Aneelah Afzali, executive director of MAPS-AMEN and creator of Facts Over Fear campaign, hugs an event attendee before a recent presentation. Photo courtesy of Jeremy Kwong
Conceptual designs from Emerald Heights for a new assisted living facility along 176th Ave NE showing both the building, top, and what it will look like with tree cover. Graphic courtesy of Emerald Heights

Proposed Emerald Heights expansion raises concerns on Education Hill

Emerald Heights and the Abbey Road community have both filed appeals to the appellate court.

Conceptual designs from Emerald Heights for a new assisted living facility along 176th Ave NE showing both the building, top, and what it will look like with tree cover. Graphic courtesy of Emerald Heights
The city of Redmond has been referred to as the Bicycle Capital of the Northwest for over the last 40 years. Jake Berg/staff photo

Washington’s new safe passing law for bikes

Under new law, motorists must give at least three feet of space to cyclists using the roadway.

The city of Redmond has been referred to as the Bicycle Capital of the Northwest for over the last 40 years. Jake Berg/staff photo
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                                The main trailhead for Smith Woods park.

Redmond neighborhood at risk of losing walkable access to Smith Woods

Residents are reaching out to the city of Redmond for other access options.

Jake Berg/staff photo 
                                The main trailhead for Smith Woods park.

Chinese organizations file complaint against Kuderer, alleging racism

The complaint alleges Kuderer used a racist term and lacks respect for Chinese Americans.