Samira Guirguis

Kirkland businesses participate in a giving tree

Community members help families in need to ease the burden and financial stress that comes with gift giving.

 

New recycling service hits the Kirkland market

Ridwell is a recycle service that for $10-14 a month will pick up difficult-to-recycle goods.

 

Armoire opens second location in Kirkland. Armoire is a start-up company that is based in Seattle and has branched out to the Eastside. Unlike most retail stores, Armoire rents their clothing to their customers through a membership. Photo courtesy of Armoire

Armoire opens second location in Kirkland

Retail stores are adapting to modern working women and their needs.

Armoire opens second location in Kirkland. Armoire is a start-up company that is based in Seattle and has branched out to the Eastside. Unlike most retail stores, Armoire rents their clothing to their customers through a membership. Photo courtesy of Armoire
PupPod owner Erick Eidus won the crowd favorite award and received $500 from the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce during last year’s Kirkland Investor Sharks. Aaron Kunkler/staff photo

Investor Shark continues with the tradition to help fund Kirkland startups

The event will also feature a teen startup team from LWSD.

PupPod owner Erick Eidus won the crowd favorite award and received $500 from the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce during last year’s Kirkland Investor Sharks. Aaron Kunkler/staff photo

E-liquid ban hits Kirkland vape store hard

Vape Savvy used to see 30-40 customers daily. Now, they’re luck if the store sees five.

Children get hands on at Truck-a-Palooza at Kirkland City Hall

For two hours last weekend, children were able to interact with a variety of vehicles, from garbage trucks to emergency response rigs.