The International Ballet Theater (IBT) in Kirkland is dedicating their upcoming performances of The Nutcracker at the Kirkland Performance Center (KPC) to two of the most influential men in the city’s history.
Northeast 120th Street is performing “remarkably well,” said Chuck Morrison, a Kirkland transportation engineer who has been closely monitoring Totem Lake traffic since the city brought the 900-foot extension onto its street network Wednesday afternoon.
Ready to gobble down some turkey and stuffing? First, make a plan to navigate heavy Thanksgiving weekend traffic.
More than 600,000 travelers will go through Seattle-Tacoma International Airport during the Thanksgiving holiday week, with the busiest traffic days when everyone is headed home. It’s not the busiest time of the year (the summer is) but it may feel like it for travelers, so here are tips and some numbers for a little context.
The Metropolitan King County Council unanimously approved its first biennial budget on Nov. 18, which provides funding to keep the doors open at their public health clinic in Northshore until December 2015.
An anonymous Bothell man was in complete disbelief about winning a $1 million Powerball prize until the moment he walked into the Everett Lottery office to claim his prize a few days later.
The Kirkland Police Department now offers an ongoing program that allows citizens to dispose of unwanted prescription drugs into a secured receptacle in the Police Department lobby, located at the Kirkland Justice Center, 11750 NE 118th Street. Citizens can anonymously dispose of their unused prescription drugs Monday through Friday between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.
EvergreenHealth and Valley General Hospital announced Nov. 19 that their respective Boards of Commissioners have voted to approve the third and final phase of an alliance agreement in which Valley General Hospital in Monroe, Washington will become part of the Kirkland-based health care system and managed by EvergreenHealth.
The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency has lifted the Stage 2 Burn Ban for King County as of 6 a.m. on Nov. 20.
Due to continued weather conditions and air pollution levels, the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency is updating burn bans.
The Antique Mall property in the heart of downtown Kirkland is up for sale.
The water main that broke at Totem Lake Malls Tuesday has been fixed.
After months of collaborating with local and regional transportation planning organizations, the Washington State Department of Transportation is ready to present its annual list of future statewide transportation-improvement projects to the public for review and comment.
The trial for an Everett man believed to be the “cyborg bandit” bank robber has been set for Feb. 18.
A Kirkland man has pleaded not guilty to charges of assault after he allegedly chased a group of local boys found on his property at night last February. His trial is currently scheduled for Jan. 28, 2015.
A water main broke along 120th Avenue NE, between the Wells Fargo bank and the My Home Furniture Store.
Kirkland Fire Cpt. Bill Hoover has received the American Professional Management Services Meritorious Award for his efforts to improve firefighter training standards, as well as safety while responding to fires.
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.
Earlier this month Kirkland suffered a string of vehicle prowls, most of which were reported within a 24-hour period near the North Rose Hill Neighborhood.
Bellevue Police arrested a 33-year-old Bellevue teacher for allegedly engaging in a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student on Nov. 7, following a complaint received the day before.