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Kiwanis Club tree lot benefits students and other local causes

The Kirkland Kiwanis Foundation is accepting scholarship applications through April 15, 2019.

  • Nov 21, 2018

Malte joins LWTech board

Malte is the CEO emeritus of EvergreenHealth, where he served as its CEO for more than eight years.

  • Nov 21, 2018
KCLS launched their first podcast called The Desk Set. The podcast is hosted by librarians Britta Barrett and Emily Calkins. Courtesy of The Desk Set.

KCLS launches first podcast, The Desk Set

Librarians Britta Barrett and Emily Calking co-host new podcast.

KCLS launched their first podcast called The Desk Set. The podcast is hosted by librarians Britta Barrett and Emily Calkins. Courtesy of The Desk Set.

Celebrate volunteers at Green Kirkland Day

More than 2,000 volunteers help maintain the community’s healthy forests.

  • Nov 16, 2018

Coldwell Banker Bain launches monthly dinners for Imagine Housing’s Velocity community

Office brokers and staff establish support for affordable housing services.

  • Nov 14, 2018
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Entering the winter real estate market – what to expect

Over the last five months, there has been more inventory than in previous years previously.

  • Nov 9, 2018
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Kirkland road closures set for half marathon on Saturday

The event will benefit Cascade Challenge, a nonprofit dedicated to providing leadership and outdoor adventure opportunities to youth ages 14-20.

  • Nov 2, 2018
Greg McClellan (center) talks with friends at the release party for his 48 hour album, “Listen2Daze,” at Vortex Music & Movies in Kirkland. Madison Miller/staff photo.

Kirkland man releases 48-hour album

McClellan released his 48-hour album, “Listen2Daze,” at Vortex Music & Movies.

Greg McClellan (center) talks with friends at the release party for his 48 hour album, “Listen2Daze,” at Vortex Music & Movies in Kirkland. Madison Miller/staff photo.

Volunteers help Kirkland commemorate Arbor Day

The city hosted a celebration and forest restoration event on Oct. 20.

  • Nov 1, 2018
Michele D’Amour and the Love Dealers stay at No. 1 on Roots Music Reports blues chart. From left: Brian Olendorf, Noel Barnes, Patrick McDanel, Michele D’Amour, Dave Delzotto and Jeff Cornell. Photo courtesy of Michele D’Amour.

Kirkland-based blues band tops national charts with new album

Michele D’Amour and the Love Dealers stay at No. 1 on Roots Music Reports blues chart.

Michele D’Amour and the Love Dealers stay at No. 1 on Roots Music Reports blues chart. From left: Brian Olendorf, Noel Barnes, Patrick McDanel, Michele D’Amour, Dave Delzotto and Jeff Cornell. Photo courtesy of Michele D’Amour.
The new campus officially opened Oct. 1. Enrollment is still open. Photo courtesy of Jeannine Hanson.

Chestnut Montessori opens second campus in Kirkland

The new campus will be able to hold 12 students.

The new campus officially opened Oct. 1. Enrollment is still open. Photo courtesy of Jeannine Hanson.

Halloween activities for the whole family

Halloween events are being held throughout the whole Eastside.

LWHS English teacher publishes poetry book

‘The Difference Between Solitude and Loneliness’ is seven years in the making; teacher’s dream come true.

The Locke family gathered to officially name the pavilion in honor of Kirkland’s first City Manager, Al Locke. Photo Courtesy of the City of Kirkland.

Marina Park Pavilion named after Kirkland’s first city manager

Community members attend ceremony in honor of former city manager, Al Locke, on Oct. 13.

The Locke family gathered to officially name the pavilion in honor of Kirkland’s first City Manager, Al Locke. Photo Courtesy of the City of Kirkland.

Kirkland schools particpate in national Walk to School Day

The national event was Oct. 10.

Viva Volunteers! Fair on tap Oct. 20

Attendees will learn about opportunities to make a difference in their community.

  • Oct 17, 2018

Fall housing market shifts, but still seller’s market

Real estate snapshot for Kirkland

  • Oct 12, 2018

Kirkland hosts second City Hall for All

The event focused on diversity, inclusion and city issues.

Cirque du Soleil dazzles audience with new ‘VOLTA’ show

‘VOLTA’ introduces electronic music and BMX biking to tell story with universal theme.

The panel included Dr. Joseph Castleberry, Megan Nakanishi, Brian Gawthrop, Marianna Beetham, Sally Otten and Walt Yeager. Photo courtesy of Kirkland Chamber of Commerce.

Town Hall hosts symposium to discuss Kirkland Now and Then

Kirkland Chamber hosts symposium on Sept. 25.

The panel included Dr. Joseph Castleberry, Megan Nakanishi, Brian Gawthrop, Marianna Beetham, Sally Otten and Walt Yeager. Photo courtesy of Kirkland Chamber of Commerce.