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Robert Malte, CEO of Evergreen Medical Center will be the featured speaker at the Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Wednesday, Nov. 17.
On Wednesday, Microsoft Corp. announced Bellevue College as one of six recipients of its Elevate America veterans initiative grants, which will help give veterans and their spouses the skills and resources they need to be successful in today’s civilian work force.
Summer's hit movie "Toy Story 3" was a bit of a tear-jerker, brilliantly capturing themes of how quickly children grow up and lose interest in imaginative play.
With America Recycles Day fast on Nov. 15, Cartridge World of Redmond is doing its part to inform and educate local consumers about the importance of increasing their recycling habits at home and at work.
Dependable equipment originally sourced direct from top-tier manufacturers will be on sale at five RSC Equipment Rental (www.rscrental.com) locations in the Seattle area, including 9045 Willows Rd. in Redmond, from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28.
During October, which is Cancer Awareness Month, Redmond Eye Doctors, 16375 NE 85th St., Suite 102, is raising money to help people who suffer from dry eye syndrome due to chemotherapy treatments. Community members are welcome to drop off donations and receive a free lens cleaner and cloth.
Red Mango, the fastest growing retailer of yogurt and smoothies, announced it will open its first store in Redmond, with a grand opening on Saturday, Oct. 16. Red Mango's founder Dan Kim will be at the store, at 16515 NE 74th St. in Redmond Town Center, where customers will be treated to free yogurt from 11 a.m-5 p.m.
Redmond-based Physio-Control introduced its refurbished product program, "RELI," today at EMS (Emergency Medical Services) Expo 2010.
Redmond-based Áegis Living, a national leader in senior living and assisted living communities, announced Sept. 24 that it has created Áegis Performance Management as a new division. Its goal is to bring the knowledge and expertise of the parent company to the broader marketplace through fee-for-service management and consulting. Áegis Living has decided to get involved in managing third-party assets because of three major changes in the marketplace.
We wish we all could be California girls — or at least look like them. Yet, as documented by The Skin Cancer Foundation (www.skincancer.org), tanning can lead to premature aging of the skin or skin cancer. Air Beauty Bar, a new business at Redmond Town Center, offers a safe alternative to sunbathing or tanning beds, which are also linked to skin damage or disease.
The Goddard School, 10611 Redmond Ridge Dr. NE in Redmond, will participate in Play for Tomorrow's Ultimate Block Party, a nationwide event to recognize and celebrate the power of play for learning.
A grand opening for Redmond's new Mud Bay natural pet care store, 8867 161st Ave. NE, Suite 150, will take place from noon-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25.
Dynamic Chiros, located near the Microsoft campus, at 15230 NE 24th St. in Redmond has announced that Dr. Warner Hettick has joined its chiropractic practice.
Jade Dragon Chinese Restaurant, 17181 Redmond Way, Suite 700 in Redmond, has added Vietnamese cuisine to its menu, including Pho made without the additive MSG (Monosodium glutamate).
Say hello to a new "sister act" at the Village Square Shopping Center in downtown Redmond. Cynthia (Glessner) Olson and Paula Glessner-Vallee opened G2 Salon — as in "Glessners times two" — last month at 16150 NE 85th St., Suite 213.
"Breakfast for dinner" is an often-sought but hard-to-find commodity, especially in a city that isn't known for its nightlife. So a new downtown Redmond dining destination is attracting the attention of nearby dwellers and business people who say the evening is prime time for a bacon and egg panini — or hearty, homestyle deli sandwiches and soups.
Ron "Bubba" Peters, a manager at Ken's Towing in Redmond and his co-worker, truck driver Kyle Drew were kings of the road at the annual Northwest Tow Expo in Ferndale Aug. 20-21.
Here at the Redmond Reporter we recognize the tremendous strides and impressive contributions women have made in the business world. Whether they are business owners, managers or running the front office, they are the driving force behind many successful businesses. Bearing that in mind we would like to highlight some of our local “Women in Business” starting in our Aug. 27 issue.
Jamba Juice, including a Redmond location at 16002 Redmond Way, is offering $1 tea smoothies and iced coffee creations on Thursday, Aug. 19.
For Redmond’s Doug Brathovde, it all began in 2004 after watching 'The Lion King on Broadway' stage production. Although none of the costumes in the show contained the faux fur he works with today, Brathovde realized how creative, and fun, building costumes could be as a hobby.