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Can there possibly be a downside to the time of year when it’s sunny and warm more often than not? Yes, if you throw away common sense.
A fire that destroyed a Redmond medical office is being investigated as suspicious as of the Reporter’s deadline Thursday morning.
Theft: A man who lives in the 8100 block of 149th Place Northeast called police to report a car prowl. He told police that somebody smashed the driver’s side window and stole a GPS device.
The Redmond City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to make a recommendation to the Bellevue and King County City Councils that 152nd Avenue Northeast in Overlake become a future major corridor for high capacity transit.
A bill aiming to curb drunken driving and save lives was signed into law on Monday by Gov. Chris Gregoire.
Store hopes to set new Guinness mark at April 12 event
While Washington has dropped from seventh to 13th in the nation per capita for identity theft cases reported to the Federal Trade Commission, many Washington residents still inadvertently put themselves at risk.
A town hall meeting will be held Thursday, April 10 at the Newport Way Library to discuss launching a commuter rail service on the Eastside. This meeting is sponsored by Eastside Rail Now!
The Redmond Rotary Club invites the public to attend its April lunch meetings with informative speakers.
9 a.m.: Redmond Point of View
This is National Public Health Week and hundreds of King County employees will celebrate by walking in groups during breaks or lunch times.
The April 8 Redmond City Council meeting was cancelled because it was determined that a study session on the Redmond-Woodinville corridor was not needed.
Cell phone fight: Police responded to a domestic violence incident in the 7400 block of 159th Place Northeast.
The Redmond Police Department will be presenting a free Child Safety class on Wednesday, April 30 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Program trains drivers to report criminal activity
On any given day, the Redmond Regional Library, 15990 NE 85th St., is a cool oasis in the heart of the city.
Redmond Mayor John Marchione and Bellevue Mayor Grant Degginger will be the featured speakers for the Wednesday, April 16 Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce membership luncheon.
The Lake Washington Schools Foundation (LWSF) will host its third annual “Legacy for Learning” luncheon from noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, April 30 at the Juanita High School Field House, 10601 NE 132nd St., Kirkland.
Redmond Mayor John Marchione and Bellevue Mayor Grant Degginger discussed their cities’ overlapping problems and priorities at the April 16 lunch meeting of the Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce.
After hearing testimony for more than an hour and having two short recesses, the Redmond City Council decided to continue its hearing on a 76-lot, 17-acre proposed development off of 116th Street Northeast, near Albert Einstein Elementary, until the first meeting of May due to an issue involving tree retention.