Blake Peterson

Women and families homeless shelter in Kirkland receives grant

Premera Blue Cross selected Catholic Community Services and the Sophia Way as recipients for the $250,000 grant.

 

Kirkland City Hall. Photo courtesy city of Kirkland

Kirkland council passes new affordable housing initiative pilot

The pilot was approved 6-1 at the council’s Sept. 3 meeting.

 

Shake Shack makes its Kirkland debut

The new location, located at Kirkland Urban, is the second one to open in Seattle.

 

Fall CERT training starting Sept. 17 in Kirkland

The trainings have been seasonally offered by the city since 2005.

School zone traffic pilot project began at select Kirkland schools this week

Warnings about the cameras will be issued for the first 30 days of operation.

Kirkland city officials discuss progress on Prop. 1

The tax measure, which focuses on police services and community safety, was passed by the public in 2018.

First part of new rain garden project wraps up in Norkirk

The garden’s flora will be planted at a one-day volunteer event in mid-October.

Three neighborhood sidewalk projects underway in Kirkland

More than 3,000 feet of new sidewalks will be implemented by the city.

Community block party Crossing Kirkland returns Sept. 7

This is the third year the event has taken place in the city.

Exterior of Kirkland City Hall. Photo courtesy City of Kirkland

Kirkland looks at Totem Lake area traffic study

Transportation Solutions, Inc. recently revealed the findings of the study.

Exterior of Kirkland City Hall. Photo courtesy City of Kirkland

Charity swim event hits Kirkland this weekend

The Park to Park Open Swim benefits Seattle Children’s Hospital.

Kirkland City Council discusses potential affordable employee housing initiative

The initiative is the result of a partnership between the City of Kirkland and Sustainable Kirkland

Google to expand Kirkland reach

The company, according to public records, filed new building permit applications with the city.

Kirkland parks department expands its reach with scholarship program

The decision to expand the program was made in an effort to provide more opportunities for residents.

The Pet-A-Palooza Roadshow stops by Juanita Beach Park

The roadshow can next be caught on Aug. 17.

Metro RapidRide to end with Totem Lake following alternate Redmond proposal

Metro officials say they are moving forward with long-range plan.

Through the eyes of an intern | Editorial

Intern Blake Peterson shares his experiences at the Kirkland and Bothell/Kenmore Reporters.

Lake Washington defender to play for Bryant University in the fall

Casey Brine has played soccer since he was 4 years old.

Election returns from LWSD measures announced

The two levies are passing, while the bond is failing.

Beatles tribute band Creme Tangerine brings the Fab Four’s hits to downtown Kirkland

The rooftop concert was a benefit for Hopelink.