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Very rarely do people open a book, become inspired and put a plan into action, but this is exactly what one Kirkland man did after reading “The Abundant Community” by John McKnight and Peter Block.
King County executive Dow Constantine proposed paying the Port of Seattle $15.8 million for nearly 20 miles of the Eastside Rail Corridor last week. If accepted, the disused railway that occupies the corridor would go to public ownership and connect the Eastside in a more ways than one.
A Kirkland man pleaded guilty on Aug. 5 to assault in the second degree after being arrested for having sex with a 15-year-old prostitute last winter at his Kirkland condo.
Kirkland firefighters extinguished the flames of a kitchen fire at a house in the Finn Hill neighborhood Wednesday evening.
Between Oct. 25-31, the Kirkland Police Department reported 379 traffic violations, seven DUIs, 14 school zone traffic violations, seven animal calls,
Police are still investigating the recent homicide of a Kirkland mother of four.
Downtown Kirkland dwellers need only look toward the bronze Cow and Coyote statue on Central Way to figure out what major holiday is quickly approaching.
Executives with Prudential Real Estate Investors have partnered with Talon Private Capital, a local real estate investment firm, on the downtown Kirkland Parkplace project.
Between March 22-28, the Kirkland Police Department reported 412 traffic violations (two DUIs), 21 school zone traffic violations, 17 alarm calls, eight noise complaints, 12 calls of disturbance, two animal calls, 13 thefts, eight car prowls, one car theft, 15 traffic accidents,
One Kirkland resident was able to escape a kitchen fire Monday night before Kirkland firefighters arrived at the Houghton home.
After a Friday night of happy hour and late-night drinking, many fail to consider the repercussions of driving while impaired, but legislators have.
Many residents of the Garden Gate neighborhood want a nearby one-acre piece of land turned into a small children’s public park, but others in the surrounding neighborhood say that opening up the enclosed space may subject the site to criminal activity.
Public works crews worked long into the night to repair a water main break that left 16 homes without water and two flooded.
A nurse, who once worked at a Kirkland plastic surgery clinic, was recently arrested and charged for tampering with painkillers and stimulants — an alleged act that caused a patient to seizure on the operating table in a “possessed” state.
Bonefish Blonde, Hopper Pale Ale, Yakima River Red and Rocky Ford IPA.
As First Lady Trudi Inslee addressed the crowd at a Friends of Youth event, she called on legislators, who were also present, to get more organizations like Friend of Youth implemented statewide.
With the inkling of a Super Bowl win this season, 34 women were chosen for the 2013 Sea Gals NFL cheerleading squad.
After nearly 40 years of providing the Kirkland community with free summer concerts, Kirkland Summer Concert Series organizers are $15,000 short in their fundraising goal for 2014.
Between March 8-14, the Kirkland Police Department reported 460 traffic violations (nine DUIs), 21 school zone traffic violations, four animal calls, 29 alarm calls, nine noise complaints,
Kirkland firefighters responded to a house fire Wednesday evening in the Finn Hill neighborhood. Three fire engines, three ladder trucks and one medic arrived at 9242 N.E. 135th Street at 5:34 p.m.