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These changes could affect up to 12 bus routes managed by Sound Transit and King County Metro which currently make stops at Eastside locations and in Seattle from the University of Washington down to South Lake Union and the city’s downtown core.
In 2012, custodians at Lake Washington School District (LWSD) decided to move their schools in a greener direction, and nearly five years later, their efforts… Continue reading
The King County Parks Department has been working since late July in Big Finn Hill and Denny Parks in north Kirkland to restore trails and create new bridges, which frequent park-goers say will greatly increase accessibility within the 46-acre park.
Developer may alter proposal for Saint Edward seminary building in response to changes by state legislature
Kevin Daniels, a Seattle-based real estate developer who has been working with the state in an attempt to transform the crumbling Saint Edward Seminary into a lodge, said decisions by the legislature this year may alter his proposal plans.
Maintaining healthy social bonds is one of the best ways to protect mental health, especially in old age.
One of the last remaining historic houses in Kirkland faces an uncertain future after being temporarily saved by an Everett-based house rescue company.
The election season is heating up across the country, and one Kirkland man's campaign signs fell victim to vandalism shortly after he posted them along a city street.
Months after the Firwood Lanes mobile home park's last residents vacated ahead of a planned redevelopment, the site still contains mobile homes and trash, which has divided opinions among neighbors.
Bike lane parking enforcement and marijuana buffer reduction were front and center at last night's Kirkland City Council meeting.
Conservative anti-tax heavyweight Tim Eyman has been picked to write the opposition argument for the Sound Transit 3 (ST3) measure in November's election, drawing criticism from local opposition groups.
The sixth-annual Kirkland Summerfest will return to Marina Park and downtown this year with a loaded lineup of music, food, drink and art.
George's in Kirkland will be celebrating 40 years serving up eats, drinks and keeping their customers happy this August.
Preliminary results from today's state-wide primary election have been posted by King and Snohomish Counties. Contests include 1st District House and Senate Legislative seats and Proposition No. 1 which, if passed, would increase the number of board members in the Public Hospital District No. 2 from five to seven.
Following a mix-up at the city-owned cemetery last year, Kirkland officials have been working to update their records and procedures on how plots are registered and recorded.
Reports of a man with a gun at the Rite Aid along Northwest 132nd Street prompted a police response yesterday around 9:20 p.m.
Washington State gubernatorial candidate Bill Bryant met with supporters today at the McMenamins Anderson School in Bothell.
A new ballot drop box was opened last Friday at Kirkland City Hall. The box will serve area residents, providing a more accessible and convenient location to drop off ballots.
Five Kirkland vehicles will soon be removed from the city motor pool and classified as surplus following a consent agenda item on last Tuesday's City Council meeting agenda.
Matthew Gordon as arrested around 11:30 a.m. by Kirkland police and the U.S. Marshalls in Sammamish after last Friday's standoff in a Kirkland neighborhood.
After 50 years of service, a 92-year-old ferry will be returning home to Astoria and returned to service.