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Project Talent launches 58-year follow-up study focusing on Alzheimer’s disease
Community event encouraged pet health and safety with fun activities.
Chamber showcases downtown boutiques’ hottest fashion lines.
The appointment will come after Bob Malte’s planned retirement.
Kirkland Uncorked will last the weekend, traffic delays expected.
Drs. Lora Plaskon and Mia Swartz will host the educational seminars on July 11, and July 26.
Volunteer committees will make statements for and against proposed sales tax ballot.
The accident occurred on July 5 on northbound Lake Washington Boulevard.
The city may decide to appeal the ruling to the Washington State Shorelines Hearings Board.
Steve Martin and Martin Short discuss bringing their two-man comedy extravaganza back to Seattle.
The event served to educate students how to eat healthy, manage stress and find fun in exercising.
International Community School grad looks to make a difference in cyber security
Heather LeRoss chronicles motherhood, womanhood and “wife-hood” in new book
The deadline for initiative petitions to be submitted is 5 p.m. on July 6.
Doolittle achieved academic success while dealing with anxiety disorder and ADHD.
Kirkland ranked in Top 10 by Livability.com.
John Kenny has managed more than 20,000 care packages that have been sent to troops.
The 2018 Community Survey results are in.
Changes increase access to transit services in the Puget Sound region
The organization donated $100,000 to The Sophia Way to keep it’s Women shelter open.