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After more than a year of planning and a couple days of temptation, students at Albert Einstein Elementary School in Redmond now have one more reason to look forward to recess.
VALA Eastside showcases local visual artists, will be featured entrepreneur at thinkspace’s upcoming Wine Wednesday
While Redmond has a strong performing arts scene with various theaters, music groups and spoken word organizations, Jessica Lambert feels there is still room for more visual arts around the city.
Redmond police’s community outreach facilitator Jim Bove focuses on educating community on public safety and crime prevention
As community outreach facilitator for the Redmond Police Department (RPD), Jim Bove can be considered the face of the department.
Getting ready for the first day of school and a new academic year is not just for students and their families.
City working to add more downtown parking spots: Redmond City Council presented with expansion plans at study session
As more businesses and residents move into downtown Redmond, city staff are working on plans to expand parking in the area to accommodate the growth.
As a global health organization, Medical Teams International (MTI) in Redmond serves alongside grassroots organizations, churches and health ministries in more than 70 countries. MTI teams travel all around the world to work with people who are victims of natural disasters, conflict and poverty and beginning Sept. 10, they will bring that world to the MTI Mike and Kathy Holmgren Center at 9680 153rd Ave. N.E. in Redmond.
It only took Joyce Pan and her family one trip to Redmond Town Center for them to realize it would be an ideal location to open a new restaurant.
Residents of Emerald Heights Retirement Community in Redmond will soon have 7.8 million reasons to look and feel their best.
While most teens spend their summers kicking back and relaxing, four Redmond teens have spent their time off from school organizing a conference for their peers.
Following the lead of other Eastside cities, the Redmond City Council placed a temporary ban on medical marijuana collective gardens to give city staff time to formulate a plan for regulation and zoning.
On Monday, Pat Schiermeyer will be inducted into the Washington State Department of Transportation Wall of Fame at the state Transit Symposium and Vendor Expo in Kennewick.
Spiritbrook Park at 6500 151st Ave. N.E. in Redmond will be closed from Aug. 15 through October for an extensive construction and improvement project.
The Lake Washington School District (LWSD) trustees voted unanimously — with the exception of Doug Eglington, who was absent — to approve superintendent Dr. Chip Kimball's proposed budget for the 2011-12 school year at Monday evening's regular board meeting.
As a senior planner, Kim Dietz works with all 10 neighborhoods that make up the 17-plus square miles of the City of Redmond.
As a regular walker, Melissa Goss-Halbert sees things the average driver may often miss. The Montana native moved to Redmond about two and a half years ago and as she has walked her way around town, she has seen firsthand how local businesses have been affected by the economic recession.
Since it opened in the late 1970s, Bear Creek Village in Redmond has evolved many times — and right now it's on a hot streak.
When Margaret Schwender broke her ankle a few months ago, she couldn't cook, clean or take care of other household chores that needed to be done.
New Flying Apron bakery in Redmond offers gluten-free, organic and vegan goodies for greater Eastside
For Yih Chuang, a simple trip to the bakery is usually anything but. His 6-year-old son Jaden Chuang has a long list of food allergies: wheat, nuts, soy, corn and eggs, to name a few.
On July 22, 13 children from Ukraine arrived at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport after their first-ever trip on an airplane.
Bookworms in Redmond and the greater Eastside will soon have one less option to fuel their reading habits.