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Eastside City officials, nonprofits and inter-faith communities attended the forum on Oct. 28.
The Nokomis club celebrates their 110th Anniversary.
Planting events will take place at numerous park sites on Oct. 26.
A Gateway art and bike/pedestrian art tunnel are planned.
The Cleveland Street project was part of a 20-year vision for downtown Redmond in efforts to turn the neighborhood into an urban center.
The ordinance authorizes for a five-year use agreement between King County and Redmond North Little League.
Nearly 30 professional wrestlers came to Max Shegnagaev’s 10th birthday.
The forum was held at First Baptist Church last Friday.
NobleRush owner owed nearly $2.7 million on new bikes.
NobleRush closed five of its loc dealerships abruptly without notice.
Goddard preschoolers participated in 12th annual preschooler-approved toy test.
This year’s food drive will be held Sept. 21-22 at the Bella Bottega QFC.
The parks and recreation department updated the council at the Sept. 17 meeting.
The goal is for the tournament to be listed in the Guinness Book of World Record as the first world’s largest digital memory game.
Senior residents express concerns at a Sept. 11 meeting.
Eastside Welcoming Week to take place Sept. 13-22.
The installation will be relocating to Gilman Landing.
Youth entrepreneurs donated a portion of their proceeds to charity of choice.
Attendees learn how to properly use a scooter.
Their indoor therapy gardens help stimulate residents’ five senses, memory and improves motor skills.