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Following recent bicycle accidents, including one last month that left a rider seriously injured, members of the greater Redmond community have raised concerns about cyclist safety in the Bike Capital of the Northwest.
While music from the 1990s may evoke visions of flannel-clad young men for some, the crowd at Marymoor Park near Redmond Saturday night proved that grunge wasn't the only genre to come out of that era.
Beginning this upcoming school year, the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) will now be able to provide full-day kindergarten at no extra cost for families.
Kent Hay believes that if people are going to pull themselves out of bad situations to be productive members of their communities, there needs to be alternatives and options in place to help them do so.
There is a sisterhood among women business owners.
As a Muslim American, giving back to the community was a big part of Nehath Sheriff's upbringing.
Construction for the second phase of the City of Redmond's Central Connector (RCC II) is now underway.
Redmond-area residents and community members gathered Tuesday evening at Marymoor Park in King County to show their support for a woman who was recently assaulted by a man along the park's trail.
When Paul Burke first wanted to move out of his mother's house after college, he started out by checking ads on Craigslist.
Dealing with a cancer diagnosis is not easy.
It all started with a pinhole camera.
While Dylan Sabine may not know exactly what he would like to be when he grows up, he does know he would like to pursue a career in marine science.
As homelessness has become more visible in Redmond and throughout the Eastside, more organizations and agencies have been doing what they can to address the issue.
Taking care of a loved one with developmental disabilities or special health care needs is not easy.
On Monday, the King County Council voted 5-3 to approve legislation refining existing county land-use regulations concerning the growth, processing and retail sale of marijuana.
Local investors will soon have the opportunity to purchase tax-exempt bonds from the Lake Washington School District (LWSD).
Later this month, Aegis Living will celebrate its 19th birthday.
It is not uncommon for parents to bring their children to work with them every once in a while.
The City of Redmond is continuing its work to address homelessness in the community with a new website and campaign.