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Smith helps businesses get the most value when they sell.
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
UW Bothell and Cascadia College recently hosted 1st District Sen. Guy Palumbo and Reps. Shelley Kloba and Derek Stanford.
Construction is scheduled to take place through July.
Asher said he wanted consideration for the position as he is in the last half of his last term on council
The organization will host itsnext Juanita Bay Park tour on Sunday.
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
The Sophia Way aims to eventually open a permanent emergency shelter in Kirkland.
More than 70,000 residents in parts of Bothell, Kirkland and the entirety of Kenmore recently lost a long-time public servant who quietly helped keep their… Continue reading
Kirkland’s Animal Services program will replace its contract with the Regional Animal Services of King County.
Kirkland native uses photo-matching to authenticate sports memorabilia.
The Bridle Trails Shopping Center lost a beloved high-school hangout last week when the Dairy Queen permanently closed, two months before the neighboring Red Apple… Continue reading
Kirkland’s City Council approved an ordinance last week that limits the Houghton/Everest Neighborhood Center building height to three stories and creates five-story incentives on the… Continue reading
An emotional crowd gathered at the Kirkland Performance Center on Dec. 14 to celebrate the extensive public service career of Kirkland City Council member Doreen… Continue reading
The chamber recognizes individuals who’ve been impactful on Kirkland’s business community.
The Kirkland Design Review Board voted 5-2 to approved designs for the Aegis Living after meticulous review at their meeting last Monday. The design update… Continue reading
The worldwide computer science event aims to teach young minds the basics of computer programming.
Improvements aim to improve mobility for drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians.
The data was collected by a University of Washington research team after a year-long field study.
Three long-time locals are replacing a closed massage and skincare business in Juanita Village with their own massage and facial spa to provide more health… Continue reading