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For the second consecutive year, the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) and Lake Washington Education Association (LWEA) have agreed to postpone teacher contract negotiations for another year.
The City of Redmond's budget, community outreach efforts and future were the focus of Mayor John Marchione's State of the City address Wednesday afternoon at this month's Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce's member luncheon.
Corry Lee has been writing stories since she was in elementary school and last weekend the 30-year-old Redmond resident was honored for this lifelong passion, which she is working to turn into a career.
On April 21, horror movie buffs will have the opportunity to get the wits scared out of them for nine hours straight at the 2012 Bonebat Comedy of Horrors Film Festival.
On Wednesday afternoon, 18 pint-sized chefs filled the kitchens at Redmond Junior High School to face off in Lake Washington School District's (LWSD) 5th Annual Kids Can Cook contest.
Sixth graders at Albert Einstein Elementary School in Redmond had a special guest in the classroom Tuesday morning as Washington's First Gentleman Mike Gregoire paid them a visit.
In his two-plus decades with the Redmond Police Department, Jeff Swanson has held a number of positions including police support officer, patrol officer and school resource officer for a number of elementary schools in the city. He is currently a traffic officer, a position he has been at for about three and a half years and has held in the past. Last Friday, Swanson spoke at the Redmond Senior Center's monthly First Friday Coffee Chat about some of the most common traffic infractions he sees on the job. The chats began in the fall 2009 to give the public an opportunity to get to know city officials and employees such as the mayor, paramedics and poet laureate.
Redmond residents, workers and anyone passing through town may want to find alternate routes to their daily commutes as the city has a number of road construction projects scheduled for this year.
A new public-private partnership between the state and Washington businesses, including Redmond-based Microsoft Corp., has been developed to help families cope with rising tuition at colleges and universities statewide.
Redmond may be turning 100 this year, but Alice Stiyer, a resident of Overlake Terrace Assisted Living and Independent Living, has the city beat by a few years as she turned 104 on Monday.
Whether they are thrown out, given away or stored in a box up in the attic, saying goodbye to a beloved toy is not easy.
Wheaties may be the breakfast of champions, but Tuesday morning at Seattle's Washington State Convention Center was the breakfast of heroes as the American Red Cross recognized individuals in King County who have gone above and beyond the duties of the everyday citizen.
Matthew Charchenko was about 6 and a half years old when he first became interested in weather forecasting.
American Indians have played a major role in U.S. history, but quite often, textbooks will cover just the basic facts and leave out many details.
Members of the Redmond community can now experience a bit of French culture without even leaving the city limits.
Life has been good to Steve Olsen. Now in his late 60s, he has a loving family and 48 years of marriage under his belt. But things weren't always great.
Last Friday, Hayden Wong arrived at Faith Lutheran School in Redmond ready to learn just like any other school day.
Rose Seeley never really gave homelessness or poverty a second thought during the first 17 years of her life.
Dressed in blue jeans, a graphic t-shirt and black hooded jacket, Kayla Oswald looks like a typical student at DigiPen Institute of Technology in Redmond.
It has only been a few days since she was officially hired as the Lake Washington School District's (LWSD) new superintendent, but Dr. Traci Pierce is already hard at work preparing to take over the district's top job.