Sept. 21-28, participating restaurants throughout the U.S. will donate portions of their proceeds to Share Our Strength’s Great American Dine Out program to benefit hungry children.
A 46-year-old Sammamish man died after he reportedly fell while hiking in the Guye Peak area near Snoqualmie Pass on Monday, according to King County Sheriff’s officials.
Mayor John Marchione will give a “The State of Redmond” speech at the Sept. 18 Redmond Rotary luncheon. The meeting will be held 12:15-1:30 p.m. at the Redmond Mariott Town Center, 7401 164th Ave. NE.
An ordinance was passed at Tuesday’s City Council meeting to allow Verizon to provide cable television services within Redmond for a term of up to 12 years.
Project signs are up, announcing the start of construction for the new traffic signal on 166th Avenue Northeast at Northeast 104th Street in front of Redmond Junior High School.
Tuesday, Sept. 2
It was a bittersweet reunion for Anthony “Tony” Pedeferri last month, as 180 friends and relatives flocked to his parents’ home on Union Hill. The Redmond native said this homecoming felt “like being alive at your own funeral.”
A 36-year-old Shell Station clerk from Redmond was treated at Harborview Medical Center for injuries to the head and released on Tuesday.
Redmond Way has been reduced to one lane in each direction as a construction crew worked to permanently fix a severed fiber optic cable that temporarily shut down 911 service for thousands of residents in Redmond and unincorporated King County on Tuesday.
During the month of September, the Old Fire Teen Center (OFH), 16510 NE 79th St., is celebrating 16 years of innovative programming. The OFH is known for its wide array of recreational and educational opportunities, as well as strong music and arts programs for young people from diverse backgrounds.
Hopelink’s Eastside Literacy and other programs are constantly looking for volunteers comfortable communicating in English. Eastside Literacy needs volunteers to:
In July 2007 at age 28, Katy Rock was diagnosed with multiple brain tumors. Now in her 11th round of chemotherapy out of 12, she is doing well, but she wanted to help others.
Health care reform will be the topic of discussion at the Sept. 4 Redmond Rotary meeting.
Redmond Police are looking for three male suspects who stole cigarettes from a Redmond Shell Gasoline Station early Thursday morning after hitting the male clerk in the head with an “undetermined weapon,” according to a police press release.
Friends of Youth, a Redmond-based, non-profit agency that provides services for youth and their families in King and Snohomish counties, has appointed Rick Antezana and Jeffrey Barager as its board of directors.
With high average WASL scores, Lake Washington School District (LWSD) met the standard for Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) in 49 of 59 areas under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), according to preliminary information released Aug. 28 by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.
The world watched, awestruck, as Michael Phelps and other American athletes brought home gold for the U.S.
And for three Redmond High School alumni, there’ll be other, more personal memories of the phenomenal 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing.
Strike it rich at the Healthy, Wealthy and Wise Fair, Saturday, Sept. 6 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Redmond Senior Center, 8703 160th Ave. NE.
An ancient language is alive and well at The Bear Creek School (TBCS), which provides a classical curriculum through a Christian world view.
Self-defense training for teens and parents is coming to the Old Fire House Teen Center, 16510 NE 79th St.