Samantha Pak

New Redmond law firm offers affordable services

When it comes to legal services, not everyone can afford an attorney. And while there are pro-bono options out there that offer free legal services,… Continue reading

Padhye appointed and sworn in as new council member

Tanika Kumar Padhye was appointed as the new Redmond City Council member to replace former council member Kimberly Allen in Pos. 4. Padhye was one… Continue reading

Redmond City Council to select new member Tuesday

On Tuesday, Redmond City Council will select its new member to replace the position former council member Kimberly Allen vacated at the end of January.… Continue reading

Redmond Tennis Club offers local players international opportunities

Since it opened more than two years ago, the staff at Redmond Tennis Club (RTC) has worked to provide programming for tennis lovers of all… Continue reading

St. Jude-led Service Day Program helps fight poverty

As poverty becomes more prevalent and visible throughout the greater Puget Sound area, members of St. Jude Catholic Church in Redmond are working to increase… Continue reading

Redmond’s Robinson is 93 and still focused on fitness

Mary Robinson started exercising regularly when her children were young. Her children are now grown — she even has a toddler great-granddaughter — and the… Continue reading

Redmond High students named semifinalists for Coca-Cola scholarship; Raza reaches regionals

College acceptance letters have not been sent out yet but for many high school seniors, there is still the matter of paying for school. So… Continue reading

Residents roll out feedback on future light rail station

Planning for link light rail to come to downtown continues as the City of Redmond is gathering feedback from the community on the station that… Continue reading

Allen steps down from council, 13 applicants vie for Pos. 4

Tuesday was former Redmond City Council member Kimberly Allen’s last day serving as she stepped down from her position. Allen, who served on council for… Continue reading

Trump’s executive orders bring out the human side of the country

In the two weeks since he was sworn in, President Donald Trump has wasted no time in signing executive order after executive order to make… Continue reading

Redmond firefighters lend a hand to Camp Unity Eastside; homeless encampment sets up at St. Jude Catholic Church

When members of the Redmond Fire Department (RFD) stopped by Camp Unity Eastside while they were in Kirkland, it started out as a meeting to… Continue reading

SafeSchools Alert offers additional services to LWSD

Students, staff and parents in Lake Washington School District (LWSD) now have multiple ways to report tips on bullying, harassment or other threats to school… Continue reading

Tesla STEM team vies for national award with ‘Take Me There’ app

The ability to get around in day-to-day life is something many in the able-bodied community do not think about much. But for those living with… Continue reading

‘Turning anger into action’: About 175,000 people, including locals, show strength at Women’s March on Seattle

Last Saturday, about 175,000 people from the greater Puget Sound area, including Redmond and the Eastside, gathered in Seattle for the Women’s March on Seattle.… Continue reading

Evergreen students voice concerns about Redmond watershed at City Council meeting

While learning about the environment is not unusual in a sixth-grade science class, educators at Evergreen Middle School (EMS) near Redmond are taking their curriculum… Continue reading

Locals will be attending tomorrow’s Women’s March on Seattle

Thousands are expected to turn out for tomorrow’s Women’s March on Seattle. The 3.6-mile march will begin at 10 a.m. at Judkins Park at 2150… Continue reading

Finding its Groove: Local band to get funky at Firehouse tonight

Playing an instrument in school for many students typically does not go beyond just that. But for a number of students, those years playing in… Continue reading

The Landing offers overnight shelter for young adults in Redmond

Editor’s note: This is part one in a monthlong series on Eastside homelessness. Just as tackling homelessness means more than just giving people a place… Continue reading

It’s cold out there: Experts offer tips on dealing with chilly weather

With winter in full swing, the cold weather is showing no sign of stopping any time soon. When it comes to dealing with the chill,… Continue reading

School success: LWSD named to AP District Honor Roll

For the third year in a row, Lake Washington School District (LWSD) has been named to the College Board’s annual AP District Honor Roll. The… Continue reading