Kailan Manandic

Sajeenaa Jebanathan (Middle) from Lake Washington High School receives the Lee Johnson Student Community Service Award. Katie Searle (Right) a Lake Washington School District CTE Specialist, and Tod Johnson (Left) of the Johnson family presented the award. <em>Kristina Bowman, Lake Washington School District</em>

Kirkland Chamber of Commerce honors community at annual awards luncheon

The chamber recognizes individuals who’ve been impactful on Kirkland’s business community.

 

Getting with the program: Frost students participate in Hour of Code

The worldwide computer science event aims to teach young minds the basics of computer programming.

 

City receives more than $5 million for road, sidewalk improvements in Totem Lake

Improvements aim to improve mobility for drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians.

 

City to use updated geological data to amend zoning process

The data was collected by a University of Washington research team after a year-long field study.

The exterior of the new Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa. The location is still under renovations at the former Massage Envy location in Juanita Village. Kailan Manandic, Kirkland Reporter

Long-time locals join the Kirkland small business market

Three long-time locals are replacing a closed massage and skincare business in Juanita Village with their own massage and facial spa to provide more health… Continue reading

The exterior of the new Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa. The location is still under renovations at the former Massage Envy location in Juanita Village. Kailan Manandic, Kirkland Reporter
Stacy Edwards, owner of the Eastside GYMGUYZ franchise, opens his van to show the various equipment his trainers use with their clients. Kailan Manandic, Kirkland Reporter

Local gym takes equipment on the road

Local gym owner Stacy Edwards opens his doors at 5 a.m. every weekday, when his earliest clients start their training sessions, and closes them at… Continue reading

Stacy Edwards, owner of the Eastside GYMGUYZ franchise, opens his van to show the various equipment his trainers use with their clients. Kailan Manandic, Kirkland Reporter

EvergreenHealth partners with county to provide youth mental health training

The Youth Mental Health First Aid initiative uses levied funds to provide community-based programs in youth mental health.

Council to vote on newly amended HENC ordinances

The vote is scheduled for Dec. 12

A tow truck pulls the damaged from the wrckage. Kailan Manandic, Kirkland Reporter

Vehicle wreckage injures three, displaces several more

Two women plowed their vehicle into a Kirkland apartment building Wednesday afternoon, injuring three people and displacing multiple others. The women were returning from a… Continue reading

A tow truck pulls the damaged from the wrckage. Kailan Manandic, Kirkland Reporter

City council discuses HENC incentives and other topics at first November meeting

Kirkland City Council met Nov. 8 and discussed several topics that may impact the community, including five-story incentives for the Houghton/Everest Neighborhood Center, an animal… Continue reading

From outer space to the Eastside: Astronaut Scott Kelly comes to Kirkland Costco to promote books

Astronaut Scott Kelly visited Kirkland’s Costco last week to promote his two new books, “Endurance: A Year in Space, A Lifetime of Discovery” and “My… Continue reading

Kenmore Mayor, David Baker, speaks at the grand opening celebration for the new EvergreenHealth location across the street from city hall.

EvergreenHealth opens new location in Kenmore

EvergreenHealth opened its new Kenmore location this month. Just across the street from City Hall in the LINQ at Spencer Square building at 18151 68th… Continue reading

Kenmore Mayor, David Baker, speaks at the grand opening celebration for the new EvergreenHealth location across the street from city hall.
An artistic rendering of the central plaza and storefronts at The Village at Totem Lake. Courtesy of CcnterCal.

Construction continues at Totem Lake village with completion set for early 2020

Development and construction continue around the recently opened Trader Joe’s and Nordstrom Rack as The Village at Totem Lake paves the way for Whole Foods,… Continue reading

An artistic rendering of the central plaza and storefronts at The Village at Totem Lake. Courtesy of CcnterCal.

Heavy wind storm leads to power outages in Inglewood and Finn Hill neighborhoods

National Weather Service expects up to 60 mph gusts throughout today for the greater Seattle area.

Initial election results in for Kirkland races

Ballots continue to be counted for Tuesday’s election, with the latest numbers in Wednesday afternoon. Results are according to King County Elections. In Kirkland, residents… Continue reading

City and county prepare for onslaught of cold weather

King County and Kirkland are preparing for winter weather conditions as an early snowfall sprinkled the region last weekend. King County Metro warned drivers to… Continue reading

Kirkland behavioral therapy center receives national accreditation

A local behavioral therapy center recently received national accreditation, making it one of the three accredited organizations in Washington and one of only 47 in… Continue reading

Eastside organ recipients represent Washington at national transplant summit

Two local organ donation recipients represented the transplant community last month at the inaugural Transplant Patient Summit in Washington, D.C. They were joined by more… Continue reading

City regulates short-term rental businesses

Short-term rental houses have recently disrupted some single-family neighborhoods in Kirkland and in response to community outcry, the City Council quickly passed an ordinance regulating… Continue reading

City discusses traffic, construction and more at Finn Hill meeting

Community members gathered at Finn Hill Middle School on Oct. 25 to hear officials discuss emergency response in Finn Hill, traffic safety, ongoing traffic projects… Continue reading