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This summer, the City of Redmond will hold a series of events at Downtown Park to encourage residents to utilize the new space.
At the end of this month, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) will close its downtown Redmond post office location at 16135 N.E. 85th St.
72nd Annual Derby Days Festival to feature centennial activities: Annual summer festival kicks off on Friday
In honor of Redmond's 100th birthday, the 72nd Annual Derby Days Summer Festival will feature a number of special activities to celebrate the city's centennial.
In the 10 years they have known each other, Adam Chambers has never seen Clint McCune angry.
With a number of new businesses opening in the last couple of years, Bear Creek Village in Redmond has received a much-needed boost since its once-vacant days a few years ago.
When Ben Brock started his job at Emerald Heights Retirement Community in Redmond in June 2009, the first person he met was George Scott.
On Wednesday night, residents of the 1st Congressional District filled the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center auditorium to learn more about some of the individuals who could potentially represent them in Washington, D.C. next year.
This fall, the Together Center at 16225 N.E. 87th St. in Redmond will be the new home of the Landing, Redmond-based Friends of Youth's (FOY) full service drop-in center and overnight emergency shelter for youth and young adults.
Tuesday afternoon's showers were not enough to stop local residents from enjoying the newly reopened Spiritbrook Neighborhood Park.
The City of Redmond and Sustainable Redmond have reached a settlement agreement regarding the 1,000-plus trees on Group Health Cooperative's (GHC) 28-acre, mixed-use development in Overlake.
At the end of the month, Cindy Jayne will step down from her position as a board member for Sustainable Redmond.
Just after 1 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, students file into classroom C216 at Redmond High School (RHS). It's the last period of the day but if the teens are eager to hear that final bell, they hide it well as they are all smiles and cracking jokes. From the students' cheerful dispositions and relaxed attitudes it would be difficult to guess that they'd just entered a math class — let alone a precalculus class only a few days before their final exam.
In an effort to better serve its Eastside customers, Puget Sound Energy (PSE) is planning to construct a four-mile 115 kilovolt (kV) transmission line from Redmond to Kirkland.
The subject of sports usually does not come up during conversations about sustainability, but Scott Jenkins is working to change that.
It was standing room only at thinkspace in downtown Redmond Thursday evening as more than 100 people filled the company's new Mobile Innovation Hub (MIH) for tips on how to be successful in business.
On June 4, the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) held a reception honoring outgoing Superintendent Dr. Chip Kimball.
As a native of Hawaii, where resources are limited, Malia Foley learned the importance of buying local and supporting her community.
Students, staff and parents filled the blacktop at Redmond's Albert Einstein Elementary School Thursday afternoon for the school's first-ever Egg Drop.
The City of Redmond's Design Review Board (DRB) recognized 25 projects built in the city from 2004-2011 during a special ceremony at Tuesday's City Council meeting.
Whether they're having fun in the sun, working to pick up some extra cash or going on vacation, most teens' face time with their friends drops significantly in the summer from the daily interaction they usually have during the school year.