The intersection of Union Hill and Avondale Roads (at the termination of SR 520) will effectively close again this weekend (Oct. 10-13) in order for construction crews to lay concrete paving as part of the City’s Union Hill Road Widening project.
Dwayne J. Clark, founder and CEO of Redmond-based Aegis Living, has received the Senior Services Lifetime Achievement Award from Senior Services of Seattle/King County.
Elizabeth Brandegee, Classical Homeopath, will present a class called “ABC’s of Children’s Remedies” from 7-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16 at the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center, Room 103.
Last fall, Lake Washington School District unveiled its new district Web site.
The City of Redmond’s Wellhead Protection Ordinance established a November 2008 deadline to evaluate and upgrade stormwater infiltration systems located in areas closest to Redmond’s drinking water wells.
Redmond Mayor John Marchione will present his proposed budget to the City Council at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14 in the City Hall Council Chambers, 15670 NE 85th Street.
“They’re treating an infection with aspirin instead of an antibiotic. It’ll take the fever down but not cure the underlying infection,” Eighth Congressional District candidate Darcy Burner told the Redmond Rotary Club Oct. 2, referring to a government bailout of banks crippled by the nationwide mortgage crisis.
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“What’s the story, Morning Glory? What’s the tale, nightingale?,” perky adolescents warbled in “The Telephone Hour” from the classic high school musical “Bye Bye Birdie.”
Craving more family time? If you already feel “overbooked,” signing up for another activity, or volunteering to lead one, may seem ludicrous. But the opportunities at Camp Fire USA might surprise you.
Utopia celebrating Grand Re-opening
Busted in the bathroom: Rose Hill Junior High School Resource officer Bill Corson was told that two students were believed to be smoking marijuana in the boys restroom.
Workplace violence is on the rise, Officer Matt Peringer of the Redmond Police Department warned attendees at a free workshop last week.
Violence is the fourth leading cause of workplace deaths in Washington state. Roughly 20 percent of women who die at work are murdered by a current or former husband or boyfriend.
Students and parents at Rose Hill Junior High School received some very sad news on Monday.
The school’s principal, Jay Ellis unexpectedly suffered a brain aneurysm on the morning of Saturday, Sept. 27 and passed away Sunday, Sept. 28. He was 43 years old.
A vintage fashion show to benefit Parkinson’s Disease research is scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4 at Overlake Terrace Assisted Living and Memory Care, 2956 152nd Ave. in Redmond.
Redmond resident Heather DeHart, 38, died Sept. 27 in a boating accident on Lake Washington.
Hit the road, Heidi Klum.
Eastside residents have a safe, convenient and free way to dispose of household hazardous waste when the King County Wastemobile rolls into Redmond, Oct. 3-5.