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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.
The last of the five Juanita High School football players charged with second-degree attempted rape pleaded guilty to third degree assault Feb. 1.
Sporting four separate business cards, Lauren Dillon-Merrill is something of a Jill-of-all-trades.
Kirkland-based tech company Acumatica has announced its plans to move to downtown Bellevue following a year of explosive growth.
The spring housing market has come early to Kirkland. While it continues to be a sellers market, home buyers are starting to come out in big numbers. During January, pending sales of single-family homes rose 36.6 percent, from 41 to 56, and sales were up 9.8 percent from January 2015.
Juanita KinderCare Learning Center in Kirkland has been awarded accreditation by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, a leading professional organization for the early childhood education industry.
Local sign and visual graphics provider FASTSIGNS of Kirkland was named one of the top centers out of more than 600 locations worldwide at the 2016 FASTSIGNS International Convention, which was recently held in Orlando, Fla.
Kirkland-based entrepreneurs Mary Ellen Heinen and Len Kawell have released a third version of their Timebox app that is intended to help users handle the growing number of photos they take on a regular basis, especially while on vacation.
On Monday, the Parkplace Cinema will feature its final film, appropriately titled “Last Picture Show,” before closing as the property is on the cusp of redevelopment.
Freiheit & Ho have announced the acquisition of Kirkland-based Interiors Firm Officewraps.
The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical round-up of all calls to the Kirkland Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Kirkland Reporter police blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kirkland, which average about 1,000 per week.
Kirkland-based BitTitan is like Jack’s magic beanstalk, it just keeps growing.
Guild Mortgage Co. has hired Casey Oiness as sales manager of its Kirkland branch.
Twelve individuals, including one from Kirkland, shared the spotlight for special achievements at an association event held in December.
Cardiac Dimensions, a medical device company dedicated to addressing functional mitral regurgitation using an innovative, minimally invasive approach, has announced the appointment of Gregory D. Casciaro as president and chief executive officer (CEO), effective immediately.
While many Parkplace businesses are leaving for good in wake of the planned redevelopment next year at the downtown location, the owners of Purple Cafe and Wine Bar have announced they will return once the construction is finished.
A new Kirkland-based business is looking to change the way people sell their homes while benefiting both the owner and the buyer as well.
Kay Zatine Real Estate has been selected for the 2015 Best of Kirkland Award in the Residential Real Estate category by the Kirkland Award Program.
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene marked Small Business Saturday by holiday shopping at locally-owned small businesses in downtown Kirkland.
KeyBank’s newest branch opened at 332 Central Way in Kirkland on Nov. 16.