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Redmond City Council members Pat Vache (Position 2) and Hank Margeson (Position 3) were selected as Council president and vice president, respectively, during Tuesday's business meeting at City Hall.
One of the aspects John Fleming enjoys about his career is working with the natural environment. And now that he has been selected as the artist for the Redmond Central Connector (RCC), he will be in charge of making sure nature shines bright throughout the visionary project.
The City of Redmond stands to receive a big economic boost as Cavalia, a world-class equestrian and performing arts show, will be at King County's Marymoor Park from Jan. 18 to Feb. 5, 2012.
Investigators have determined that a fire that destroyed a two-story garage on Union Hill Road was arson, according a KOMO news report.
With endless sales, countless songs and numerous TV specials about the holiday, the month of December could easily be renamed the month of Christmas. But this time of year also plays host to a number of other holiday traditions.
It's been about three years since Levi Pocza collapsed during a physical education (P.E.) class at Redmond Junior High School (RJH), but many people still remember how an automated external defibrillator (AED) helped save his life when he experienced cardiac arrest.
For anyone in search of Blazing Bagels in Redmond for the first time, it can be a little hard to find.
For women who want a break from the hustle and bustle of a mall or shopping center but still want to find that perfect sweater or pair of jeans, a new boutique in downtown Redmond offers an alternative.
Redmond City Council unanimously approved a new document that will help with the city's budgeting process, investment decisions and strategic actions for the future.
Council approves Group Health’s mixed-use development plan: More than 1,300 trees to be removed as part of the plan
The Redmond City Council approved a development plan for a 28-acre parcel that will add more residential and commercial space in the Overlake neighborhood with a 6-to-1 vote at a special meeting Tuesday night.
The city's annual Redmond Lights festival gets bigger every year and with early estimates of a 15,000-strong crowd, Saturday's event was no exception. From the tree lighting ceremony and Luminary Walk, to musical entertainment and some of the best chili in town, to a candy cane hunt and a visit from Santa Claus himself, there was something for everyone.
On Tuesday evening, the Redmond City Council postponed its scheduled vote on the development plan for a 28-acre piece of land in the Overlake neighborhood that is owned by Group Health Cooperative (GHC).
The Lake Washington School District (LWSD) board of directors voted unanimously at Monday's meeting to put forward Dr. Traci Pierce as its preferred candidate for the district's new superintendent.
For the first time since it opened in 1990, the Together Center in downtown Redmond is in search of tenants to occupy a large space on its three-building campus at 16225 N.E. 87th St.
Two western Washington businesses are teaming up to give Redmond residents a unique gift idea for the upcoming holiday season.
Nothing says Christmas like picking out a tree to decorate. And two popular local tree farms are making it easy for Redmond residents to pick out the perfect tree.
U.S. Postal Service (USPS) officials said they have stopped their search for a new post office location in downtown Redmond for the moment.
Redmond residents and visitors planning to attend the 13th annual Redmond Lights celebration can expect to see the return of many yearly traditions as well as a number of new and expanded activities, including a kick off for the city's Centennial celebration in 2012.
The Evergreen Family Theatre in Redmond will be performing "It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play" beginning Nov. 25.
Dozens of people packed the Redmond City Hall lobby Nov. 17 to learn more about the future of the city's transportation systems and provide city staff with their feedback.