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The Lake Washington School District (LWSD) board of directors voted unanimously Monday night to hire Dr. Traci Pierce as the district's new superintendent, beginning July 1.
The Hopelink food bank in Redmond will receive a sizable donation this week thanks to the kindergartners at Albert Einstein Elementary School.
The weather forecast may call for gray skies and overcast for the foreseeable future, but brighter days are in store for Redmond's Anderson Park at 7802 168th Ave. N.E.
Redmond residents are about 50-50 in support of raising taxes to help pay for parks and transportation projects, according to survey results, released Tuesday.
Public and private sectors aim to unite under One Redmond: Panelist discuss plans at chamber meeting
The City of Redmond is teaming up with the Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce and nonprofits Realize Redmond and Redmond Economic Development Alliance (REDA) to develop One Redmond, a public-private initiative that focuses on economic vitality and community building. A panel with representatives from the four agencies spoke to a full house during the chamber's monthly member luncheon, which had been postponed last month due to the mid-January snowstorm, about the initiative.
Class was back in session at Redmond’s Old Schoolhouse Community Center Thursday afternoon as more than 200 business, community and government leaders throughout the Eastside gathered to generate a community report card evaluating how the region is performing.
City officials and residents — along with the descendants from the Perrigo family — will be celebrating Redmond’s pioneering heritage throughout this year as part of its Centennial Celebration.
Women in Redmond now have a new salon to visit for their pampering needs and a special service not offered in many places.
New Redmond ordinance will ban housing ‘discrimination’: Section 8 participants, social service groups applaud Council approval
Finding affordable housing in the City of Redmond will become a bit easier, starting next week.
Redmond girl who attends Bellevue school receives grand prize in national ‘Be-A-Famous-Writer’ contest
Sarah Smale was introduced to the literary world at a very young age when her father would tell her bedtime stories about a group of bunnies and their many adventures.
LWSD school board could hire preferred superintendent candidate Dr. Traci Pierce as early as Feb. 27
The Lake Washington School District (LWSD) school board could vote to hire its preferred new superintendent candidate as early as Feb. 27, according to LWSD communication director Kathryn Reith.
Some people fear 2012 could mean the end of the world, but others see this year in a more positive light.
School board extends timeline on superintendent search: Community meetings with preferred candidate rescheduled due to weather
The new schedule for LWSD's meet-and-greet events with superintendent candidate, Dr. Traci Pierce is as follows:
The end of the semester for Lake Washington School District (LWSD) junior high and high schools has been changed from Jan. 27 to Feb. 3 due to last week's snow days. District officials have not announced when they will make up the three lost days of instruction for all schools throughout the district, but generally, snow days are made up at the end of the school year, according to district officials.
Just like the United States Postal Service, Sheila Sloan-Evans is on the job rain or shine, sleet or snow.
From trick riders performing acrobatics atop speeding horses, to performers swinging through the air on flying trapezes, “Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Man and Horse” has something for horse lovers and non-horse lovers alike to enjoy.
More than 400 Muslims from around the state, including Redmond, are expected to attend a lobby day on Monday in Olympia for this year's Muslim Day at the Capitol.
LWSD superintendent candidate wants to continue district’s commitment to getting students future ready
Members of the Redmond community gathered Tuesday night to meet Dr. Traci Pierce, the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) board of directors' preferred candidate for its next superintendent, and ask her questions about her views on K-12 education.
Little Bit nearing completion of new Redmond facility: Therapy organization celebrates inaugural ride at Dunmire Stables
With a daughter who has had nine years of hippotherapy, former Seattle Mariner John Olerud and his wife Kelly both know how beneficial getting on a horse can be for people with physical and cognitive disabilities.
Redmond City Council sticks to tree-removal decision on Group Health site in Overlake: Concerned citizens want leaders to reconsider
Members of the Redmond community continue to voice their concerns about City Council's decision to allow developers to eliminate more than 1,100 trees in Overlake to make way for a mixed-use development.