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With the 2008 passing of Sound Transit 2 (ST2) and this month’s passing of Sound Transit 3 (ST3), light rail is coming to the Eastside… Continue reading
Since the first MOD Pizza store opened eight years ago, one of the company’s focuses has been community. With the opening of each new store,… Continue reading
Well, the results are in and much to many people’s surprise, Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States. Reactions to the… Continue reading
Animal rescues are not always the most cheerful places. Working with animals in need of homes, some of whom have medical or behavioral issues, can… Continue reading
Dozens of Redmond High School (RHS) students walked out of class Monday afternoon to express their feelings about the results of last week’s presidential election.… Continue reading
Being the victim of a robbery is not easy but for Navin Singh, having one of his bicycles stolen was more than just a financial… Continue reading
Every year, IronTribe Fitness gyms across the country hold events to raise money to help people in other parts of the world access clean water.… Continue reading
The right to vote is one that comes to Americans when they turn 18. To mark the occasion, the Muslim Association of Puget Sound (MAPS)… Continue reading
After about 20 years of on-and-off discussions, Costco has now opened a membership warehouse in Redmond. The 155,000-square-foot warehouse is located at 7725 188th Ave.… Continue reading
Wet weather was not enough to deter about 100 people from planting more than 700 trees, shrubs and other plants at three Redmond parks on… Continue reading
As a kid, Milan Nair enjoyed science, but he noticed that not many of his peers felt the same way. Now as a senior at… Continue reading
Part of Microsoft Corp’s mission is to help the world do more. For Iris Childress, a senior program manager for Enterprise Commerce at the Redmond-based… Continue reading
This year marks the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death. And while it has been more than four centuries since The Bard first wrote his… Continue reading
Alan Langman, Marc Goyette and Tim Dewhurst have been playing soccer together recreationally for more than 10 years.
Candidates vying for seats in 45th and 48th districts are focused on transportation, education funding, affordable housing and more
With less than two weeks until election day, there has been much talk about the presidential race. But there are also a few local races in and around Redmond that are on the upcoming ballot. Here is a recap of the candidates who are running.
In next month’s election, voters will be asked to approve a ballot measure that could expand mass transit throughout the Puget Sound area, including Redmond.
There were no injuries from a townhome fire near the the 6400 block of 156th Place Northeast in Redmond Thursday night.
For veterans, transitioning back to civilian life is not easy. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is supposed to help with this but that is not always the case.
With less than two weeks until election day, there has been much talk about the presidential race.
Firefighters from Redmond, Kirkland and Bellevue responded to a 911 call at about 7:40 p.m. Thursday for a multi-family house fire near the 6400 block of 156th Place Northeast in Redmond.