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Homeless riders rack up RapidRide fare fines

A recent report shows that they make up a quarter of all recent citations. Metro says that it will review its system to account for bus riders who can not pay.

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United Way of King County helps locals file taxes

The organization’s Free Tax Preparation campaign will run until April 19.

  • Apr 5, 2018

Mod Pizza to open in Totem Lake

The opening this week will donate 100 percent of all pizza sales to Friends of Youth.

  • Apr 4, 2018

Kirkland man, woman charged with promoting prostitution

The victims were forced to turn over their money to a suspect and were afraid to leave.

EvergreenHealth CEO, Robert Malte, announces retirement

Malte plans to retire by the end of 2018 after almost eight years as CEO.

  • Apr 2, 2018

Seattle Magazine names EvergreenHealth Physicians as top doctors

The April 2018 Top Doctors issue features 446 total providers.

  • Apr 2, 2018

County council approves Eastside emergency system upgrade

The effort will enhance 911 to improve link to public safety providers that serve East King County.

  • Mar 31, 2018

QFC unveils meal kits at local stores

The company makes home cooking easy with Prep+Pared meal kits from $14 to $20.

  • Mar 30, 2018

Opera performer brings sound healing to Kirkland

Amidst the discovery of music’s healing power, opera-performer-turned-healer pioneers sound healing.

  • Mar 30, 2018

VFA-136 Holds Change of Command Ceremony

Commander E. P. Hadler relieves Commander David J. Haney aboard NAS Lemoore.

  • Mar 30, 2018

Amy Walen campaigns for 48th District Rep.

The Kirkland mayor announced her campaign after current Rep. Joan McBride announced her retirement.

  • Mar 29, 2018
The EvergreenHealth Silver tower, seen from the south edge of Totem Lake, is currently the tallest building in Kirkland. JOHN WILLIAM HOWARD/Kirkland Reporter

EvergreenHealth welcomes Dr. Brad Tyson to neuroscience team

Dr. Brad Tyson will join EvergreenHealth’s Neuroscience, Spine and Orthopedic Institute.

  • Mar 29, 2018
The EvergreenHealth Silver tower, seen from the south edge of Totem Lake, is currently the tallest building in Kirkland. JOHN WILLIAM HOWARD/Kirkland Reporter

State Rep. Joan McBride to retire from Legislature

Longtime Eastside leader endorses mayor of Kirkland for her seat.

The use of rectangular rapid flashing beacons was terminated due to a patent issue associated with the device. Courtesy of City of Kirkland

Feds reinstate use of rectangular rapid flashing beacons

The use of the beacons was terminated due to a patent issue associated with the device.

  • Mar 29, 2018
The use of rectangular rapid flashing beacons was terminated due to a patent issue associated with the device. Courtesy of City of Kirkland

Kirkland City Council votes to name Marina Park pavilion after Al Locke

The first city manager left a legacy in the community, especially with its waterfront parks.

Lake Washington Schools Foundation luncheon focuses on ‘bridging gaps’

Foundation aims to bring equal opportunities to students from all income levels.

Roads close for Inclusion Walk, Family Fair

The roads will close for vehicles during the event on April 8.

  • Mar 28, 2018

Evergreenhealth welcomes new addiction medicine specialist

Dr. Teresa Jackson recently joined the Recovery Center at EvergreenHealth Monroe

  • Mar 27, 2018

City celebrates former city manager’s legacy of service

Dave Ramsay helped found the Green Kirkland Partnership and went on to volunteer more than 1,050 recorded hours in seven parks over 13 years.