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An individual can participate in the New York City Marathon by either running a qualifying time in a prior marathon or being selected through a lottery system. But when this didn't work for Kim Wilcox, the Redmond resident found another way to get into the race.
With another La Niña winter season approaching, families aren't the only ones who need to prepare for cold weather — businesses need to as well.
With 51 schools in three cities within 76 square miles to oversee, Lake Washington School District (LWSD) officials do not have an easy job. And when the weather takes a turn for the worst, things get much more difficult.
Milo Wilkes' music career began in fifth grade at Emily Dickinson Elementary School in Redmond and will soon expand onto one of the grandest stages of all.
At 7 feet, 2 inches, former NBA star James Donaldson says he is known as the "big man on small business.
Residents and workers in Redmond can get a taste of the Caribbean without leaving city limits.
Naomi Bashkansky began playing chess when she was 5 and has worked her way up to the top of the game.
Seattle Seahawks players visit Dickinson Elementary to encourage students to get active, healthy | VIDEO
On Tuesday morning, cheers and chants filled the Emily Dickinson Elementary School gymnasium as students and staff welcomed Seattle Seahawks Zach Miller and Anthony McCoy.
At 93, Lynden Benshoof will never forget his time in the U.S. Navy, including when he was part of the historic D-Day invasion of World War II.
The City of Redmond's parks and trails and arts commissions are recommending Seattle artist John Fleming to City Council as the artist for the Redmond Central Connector (RCC), a linear park scheduled to begin construction next year.
Mark Hickok's first job as a lifeguard was just the beginning of his career in parks and recreation.
On Monday morning, dozens of people braved the cold and rain to gather just off of Northeast 70th Street in Redmond to celebrate the completion of the Redmond portion of the East Lake Sammamish Trail (ELST).
The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is once again seeking existing space for a new post office location in downtown Redmond. Ernie Swanson, spokesperson for USPS's Seattle district, said they had previously been looking at a location at 8215 160th Ave. N.E., but things did not work out for them.
Emily Wilson entered Lake Washington High School (LWHS) in September expecting to pick up a paintbrush and express herself through art. But a scheduling conflict in the system now has her inputing data, creating programs and learning about today's growing high-tech world.
For three years, Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) has been helping children by providing them with legal representation in immigration court.
Two Redmond chefs will be cooking up a storm on Sunday — all for a good cause. Lisa Dupar of Pomegranate Bistro at 18005 N.E. 68th St. and John Price of Spazzo Italian Grill & Wine Bar at 16499 N.E. 74th St. will be two of a dozen chefs participating in the 13th annual Chef's Night Out (CNO).
Parents in Redmond now have one more option when considering preschools for their children.
With the opening of their new store, one Redmond couple is working to prove that not all olive oils are created equal.
Representatives from Group Health Cooperative (GHC) presented its mixed-use plans for the 28-acre piece of land the non-profit owns in the Overlake neighborhood at Tuesday’s Redmond City Council business meeting at City Hall.
As a legal advocate for the Redmond Police Department (RPD), Lena Johnson does not have an easy job.