Downtown Kirkland opened it’s parking spots and shut out normal traffic last weekend to ensure that the Kirkland Classic Car Show was a triumph... no not a Triumph car, but a triumph of auto-shows.
The Seattle Knights are a stage combat performance troupe that sell their services to Renaissance faires, Medieval Times-style dinner theater venues and film or television productions — recently, members even appeared as extras on HBO’s Game of Thrones.
The Board of Directors of Attain Housing has announced the selection of Cheri Kilty as its new executive director.
Kirkland City Councilmember Shelley Kloba has been endorsed by the Cascade Bicycle Club for her re-election to position 2.
King County Councilmember Jane Hague has been endorsed by the Washington Federation of State Employees Local 1488 (WFSE). WFSE represents 3,300 state employees including healthcare providers at Harborview Medical Center.
For the third consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report recognized EvergreenHealth as one of the top health care organizations in the region for its exceptional clinical care. The publication’s 2015-16 rankings name the Kirkland-based health system the No. 3 hospital in the Seattle metro area and No. 4 hospital in Washington State.
The Metropolitan King County Council gave its unanimous support for a program that will provide a financial boost to arts, cultural and heritage capital programs and landmark preservation throughout King County by using a portion of the proceeds of the county’s hotel-motel tax.
Several new alcohol- and marijuana-related laws became effective on July 24.
For Kirkland residents on the fence over whether to get a pet or not, Invisible Fence might convince them to finally jump over and join the other pet owners in the community.
Jason Chinchilla has been endorsed by the Eastside Business Alliance.
The Sound Transit Board has been seeking input on developing a draft Priority Project List (PPL) to be considered for the next round of system expansion (ST3).
Drivers on Interstate 405 in Kirkland should prepare for possible delays Saturday evening, July 25, through Monday morning, July 27.
Sizzleworks owner Carol Dearth shows us how to make crispy squashed potatoes.
It's an exciting time to be a Northwest theater geek.
This week, the New Yorker magazine decided to drop a bombshell of an article about earthquakes in the Pacific Northwest coaxing local-area seismologists and geologists out of their data for an Ask Me Anything (AMA) on Reddit.
Two construction projects will close two sections of the city’s streets starting tomorrow. The first closure—a 50-foot section of 132nd Avenue Northeast, just south of Northeast 85th Street—begins and ends Friday, July 24.
Businesses small and large across King County are being honored for their commitment to recycling and waste prevention - diverting tons of recyclable materials from the landfill and saving resources, including 13 in Kirkland.
During its July 21, 2015 meeting, the Kirkland City Council unanimously approved Ordinance O-4484 placing a ballot measure before Kirkland voters on the November 3 General Election to create the Kirkland Aquatics and Recreation District that, if approved, would fund the proposed Kirkland Aquatics-Recreation-Community (ARC) Center. Following discussion on proposed amendments to a companion ordinance, the City Council unanimously approved Ordinance O-4485 (PDF) that authorizes the city manager to sign an interlocal agreement with the Kirkland Aquatics and Recreation District should its creation be approved by the voters, which would ensure transparency and accountability.
The 35-year-old’s stand-up, a deadpan wit combined with the soothing lull of his guitar, has been featured on television shows like The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Conan.
The Washington State Patrol is seeking information regarding an accident in Bellevue that took the life of a man from Kirkland.