Constume Frenzy opens in Kirkland

A new costume rental store, Costume Frenzy, opened July 15 in the Kirkland Music Academy.

  • Jul 20, 2016

Kirkland’s Astronics named one of the best companies to work for

The next time you fold up that tray table, strap yourself in and connect your phone to the charger in your seat, you may very well have a Kirklander to thank for the convenience.

Kids of all abilities welcome at Roo’s World of Discovery in Kirkland

The origins of Roo's World of Discovery, an indoor play area for kids in downtown Kirkland, are about as humble as they come.

‘Cooking school for kids’ opens in Kirkland

For kids with a sweet tooth, a savory tooth or even a fleeting interest in making their own food, there's a new option for scrumptious entertainment and learning this summer in Kirkland.

Kirkland Vision Center to celebrate grand reopening in Bridle Trails neighborhood

The Kirkland Vision Center will hold its grand reopening events from July 21-23.

  • Jun 20, 2016

Washington adds more jobs, labor market growth holds unemployment rate at 5.8 percent

The following is a release from the Washington State Employment Security Department:

  • Jun 17, 2016

Surgical Care Affiliates and Kirkland-based SwiftPath partner to provide outpatient support services

The following is a release from SwiftPath of Kirkland:

  • May 27, 2016

CMIT Solutions of Kirkland, Bellevue and Redmond honored with “President’s” award

Dallas Stewart, president and owner of CMIT Solutions of Bellevue, Redmond, and Kirkland, was honored with the "President's" award last week at the company's annual convention and awards ceremony in Atlanta, Ga.

  • May 23, 2016

Umpqua Bank honors Kirkland loan officer

Umpqua Bank has recognized Kristen Reavell, who works in the Kirkland branch, as a 2015 Construction Elite loan officer. The award goes to the top construction and renovation loan specialists in the Home Lending division.

  • May 17, 2016

Denny’s Pet World thriving in new location

Often, when loyal customers stop in at Denny's Pet World in its new location on Northeast 124th Street in Kirkland, they're on the lookout for a faithful staple at the 42-year-old business.

  • May 12, 2016

Totem Lake’s Trading Post shutting down after decades of business

After three decades of business, the Trading Post post office is closing its doors for good on May 27.

Puget Sound housing market hits another grand slam in April

The NWMLS May Market Update is set to be released today at It's baseball season, and we're excited about the Mariner's success. The real estate market is just as hot. In fact, we're calling it a grand slam market this month because of the fast-pace at which homes are selling and how many buyers are now into extra innings in their game plan of finding a home. Lennox Scott, chairman and CEO of John L. Scott Real Estate explains:

  • May 6, 2016

Freiheit & Ho Architects new hires in Kirkland

In Kirkland, Freiheit & Ho Architectshired interior designers Burcu Aldemir and Dorrie Brennick, architectural designers Charlotte Muschamp and Alex Tripp, and Katelyn Miles as receptionist.

  • Apr 28, 2016

Woodmark Hotel in Kirkland hires two new employees

The Woodmark Hotel and Still Spa in Kirkland has announce the addition of Brooke Gogerty and Jason Friendy to the staff.

  • Mar 28, 2016

Livengood Alskog law firm adds Kirkland resident as associate attorney

Kirkland resident Rebecca Penn has joined the Kirkland-based law firm Livengood Alskog as an associate attorney.

  • Mar 21, 2016

Ivars celebrates founders birthday with menu deals

Ivar’s Seafood Bars and full-service restaurants in celebration of what would have been the 111th birthday of Ivar Haglund, the restaurants’ iconic flounder, will hold a special celebration on March 15.

  • Feb 29, 2016

Emerald City Smoothie relocates in downtown Kirkland

Emerald City Smoothie, a Park Place tenant for more than 13 years, has moved less than a quarter mile to a new location off of Central Way.

  • Feb 17, 2016

Last of five former Juanita High School football players sentenced

The last of the five Juanita High School football players charged with second-degree attempted rape pleaded guilty to third degree assault Feb. 1.

Kirkland woman is Jill-of-all-trades

Sporting four separate business cards, Lauren Dillon-Merrill is something of a Jill-of-all-trades.

Kirkland company announces plans to move to Bellevue

Kirkland-based tech company Acumatica has announced its plans to move to downtown Bellevue following a year of explosive growth.