Kailan Manandic

Joslyn brings classical fusion to performance center

The performance is set for Friday.

Kirkland City Hall - Reporter file photo

Council adopts 6th Street corridor study

The study began in mid-2016 and covered the 2.5-mile 6th Street corridor that includes 6th Street, 6th Street South and 108th Avenue Northeast.

Kirkland City Hall - Reporter file photo
Kirkland resident Mary Madaline Roe (right), Eden Campbell (middle) and Morgan Chandler (left) act in a scene during the filming of “They Reach.” Courtesy of Single Schred Films

From Little League to big screen

Kirkland’s Mary Madaline Roe to star in upcoming adventure-horror film

Kirkland resident Mary Madaline Roe (right), Eden Campbell (middle) and Morgan Chandler (left) act in a scene during the filming of “They Reach.” Courtesy of Single Schred Films

Mayor Walen elected as Sound Cities president

The Kirkland mayor will work as the Sound Cities Association president to better the region.

City honors Ulrich for 40 years of service

Ulrich served as firefighter till 2015 before becoming fire inspector

Homelessness rises as counties collect data

Snohomish and King counties’ annual homeless counts took place last week.

Walt and Kathy Krueger are on the Lake Washington Citizens Levies Committee and attended the Red Monday rally at Kamiakin Middle School. Kailan Manandic, Kirkland Reporter

Locals rally for Lake Washington School District propositions

Lake Washington School District parents, students, teachers and elected officials rallied Monday to remind voters to approve propositions 1, 2 and 3, which will be… Continue reading

Walt and Kathy Krueger are on the Lake Washington Citizens Levies Committee and attended the Red Monday rally at Kamiakin Middle School. Kailan Manandic, Kirkland Reporter
Perry Dolan, local author and the former head coach of the Inglemoor High School girls swim team. Courtesy of Perry Dolan

Local author offers a place to cry

Perry Dolan shares his life stories to help comfort those who have lost loved ones.

Perry Dolan, local author and the former head coach of the Inglemoor High School girls swim team. Courtesy of Perry Dolan

City council passed Finn Hill Neighborhood Plan

The Kirkland City Council held a busy meeting on Jan. 16 as they touched on tolls, the 2018 legislative session and passed the Finn Hill… Continue reading

Shopping for a cause: ECA Thrift Shop gives back to local nonprofits

The shop gives a majority of its profits away in cash but also provides vouchers for those in need.

Firewalls for small businesses

Kirkland Chamber of Commerce educates local entrepreneurs on cyber security

A rendering of Verizon’s light pole small cell implementation designs. <em>Courtesy of the city of Kirkland</em>

Small cell technology comes to Kirkland

The city council approved the first small cell master use permit with Verizon.

A rendering of Verizon’s light pole small cell implementation designs. <em>Courtesy of the city of Kirkland</em>
Congresswoman Susan DelBene works to remove invasive blackberry bushes as UW students Alec Roseta and Elise Chiba direct a local volunteer. Kailan Manandic, Kirkland Reporter

Local volunteers take the ‘day on’

Congresswoman Susan DelBene joined Green Kirkland and UW students to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

Congresswoman Susan DelBene works to remove invasive blackberry bushes as UW students Alec Roseta and Elise Chiba direct a local volunteer. Kailan Manandic, Kirkland Reporter
Claudia Smith owns and runs the Kirkland and Redmond franchise of Murphy Business and Financial Corporation. <em>Courtesy Photo</em>

Local small business helps sell other small businesses

Smith helps businesses get the most value when they sell.

Claudia Smith owns and runs the Kirkland and Redmond franchise of Murphy Business and Financial Corporation. <em>Courtesy Photo</em>

Kirkland remains hot in the housing market

Experts agree that 2018 will be another hot year for the Puget Sound housing market and Kirkland is only getting hotter as demand increases while… Continue reading

1st District legislators talk priorities for 2018 session

UW Bothell and Cascadia College recently hosted 1st District Sen. Guy Palumbo and Reps. Shelley Kloba and Derek Stanford.

The city’s map of the renovation area. <em>Courtesy of the City of Kirkland</em>

City breaks ground for renovations at Edith Moulton Park

Construction is scheduled to take place through July.

The city’s map of the renovation area. <em>Courtesy of the City of Kirkland</em>
Kirkland Municipal Court Judge, Michael Lambo swears in newly elected council member Tom Neir at the Jan. 2 city council meeting. <em>Courtesy of the City of Kirkland. </em>

Kirkland City Council re-elects Walen over Asher for mayor at Jan. 2 meeting.

Asher said he wanted consideration for the position as he is in the last half of his last term on council

Kirkland Municipal Court Judge, Michael Lambo swears in newly elected council member Tom Neir at the Jan. 2 city council meeting. <em>Courtesy of the City of Kirkland. </em>
Eastside Birders participate in the 2017 Karismatic Kestrels Birdathon. Locals spotted and recorder 109 bird species throughout Eastern Washington during a single day in May. Mick Thompson, Eastside Audubon

Eastside Audubon provides an active community for birders

The organization will host itsnext Juanita Bay Park tour on Sunday.

Eastside Birders participate in the 2017 Karismatic Kestrels Birdathon. Locals spotted and recorder 109 bird species throughout Eastern Washington during a single day in May. Mick Thompson, Eastside Audubon
A woman and her dog play near the new fenced area for Lake Washington United Methodist Church’s Safe Parking program. Brian Grubb, Fences For Fido

Volunteers build dog park for homeless women’s pets

Fences For Fido, a regional nonprofit organization, recently partnered with a local church to provide an off-leash area for dogs who live in cars with… Continue reading

A woman and her dog play near the new fenced area for Lake Washington United Methodist Church’s Safe Parking program. Brian Grubb, Fences For Fido