Katie Metzger

Kirkland council reviews preliminary budget

The theme of the document is keeping Kirkland “safe, sustainable, connected.”

 

One of the things Kirkland’s Proposition 1 will pay for is police services. Courtesy photo

Voters decide on city’s Prop. 1 measure

The sales tax increase for police services and community safety was passing as of election night.

 

Democrats lead in 45th Legislative District

Dhingra, Goodman and Springer earned about two thirds of the vote.

 

Legislative candidates talk testing, taxes at voters’ forum

The focus was on education issues, including funding and preparing students for the future.

Kirkland Fire Department receives pet oxygen mask donation

The equipment can save the lives of pets suffering from smoke inhalation.

Kirkland hosts second City Hall for All

The event focused on diversity, inclusion and city issues.

Kirkland City Council reviews Totem Lake Park design

Due to budget constraints, the city will explore alternative locations for the planned sprayground.

Female mayors discuss opportunities in their cities

Emerging leaders focus on diversity, development and deliberate actions.

Kirkland Police Explorers bring home hardware

Law enforcement professionals in training win first place at local competition.

Citywide block party ‘Crossing Kirkland’ connects community

Residents got to walk, bike, eat and meet on the Cross Kirkland Corridor.

Kirkland church groups build tiny houses for the homeless

The homes will be donated to villages in Seattle.

One city, one story: Kirkland to launch city-wide reading program

The idea is for Kirklanders to read one book, and to have deep discussions about its themes.

Summerfest brings weekend of music and art to Kirkland

Diverse lineup of bands, new KidZone entertain festival goers of all ages.

DennyFest promises family fun in Kirkland

The annual neighborhood festival will be held Aug. 19 at O.O. Denny Park.

Update: Preliminary results roll in for August primary

Kirkland mayor leads her race for 48th district rep., according to early returns.

Kirkland fitness instructor receives statewide recognition

Gina Casanova is the 2018 Washington Instructor of the Year for EnhanceFitness.

Kirkland continues gun safety discussion

The city’s sales tax measure would address some ideas raised by the community.

Juanita Friday Market offers a taste of summer

Farmers, musicians, beach-goers and more come together for weekly community event in Kirkland.

Kirkland reopens Edith Moulton Park to public after renovation

Boardwalks, off-leash dog trails, a picnic pavilion, a play structure and a restroom were added.

Kirkland hosts inaugural Pet-a-Palooza

Community event encouraged pet health and safety with fun activities.