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After 20 years of business at Carillon Point, Yarrow Bay Grill will close at the end of the month.
Kirkland Deputy Mayor Joan McBride cut the ribbon at Juanita Vision Works, welcoming the newest addition to the shops inside Juanita Village March 18.
Communications provider Sprint Nextel announced plans March 25 to expand the new 4G ("Fourth Generation") WIMAX broadband service in a number of key US markets, including Seattle.
A Kirkland native, UW alumna and mom of two, Tina Montgomery has her work cut out for her.
Virginia Mason Kirkland is now seeing patients at a new location in the Evergreen Plaza Building. The clinic will occupy the entire third floor in the building located at 11800 N.E. 128th Street in Kirkland.
Kirkland-based Allyis, Inc. won the United Way of King County’s annual Spirit of Caring Awards in the “Best New Campaign” category on March 4.
Just when you think the stock market has hit bottom, it drops another 1000 points, as it did the week of January 13.
Acupuncture & Chiropractic Integrative Clinic recently celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Engineering firm PACE Engineers of Oregon City, Ore. has announced that it recently acquired local management firm Peterson Consulting Engineers on Lake Washington Boulevard.
Juanita Vision Works announces its grand opening on Wednesday, March 18.Mayor Jim Lauinger will preside over the ribbon cutting ceremony at 6 p.m.
Wireless broadband communications provider Clearwire Corporation announced on March 9 telecom industry veteran William (Bill) T. Morrow, 49, was joining the company as Chief Executive Officer.
Counting on the promise of increasing demand for hi-tech portable devices, streaming video and interactive media, local telecommunications firm Clearwire said they will continue to expand their network.
At first glance the Shumway Mansion looks out of place among its smaller neighbors.
Organized Spaces owner Paul Valley is moving his 7-year-old custom closet company to a new and larger facility. Currently the company’s‚ showroom and warehouse are in separate locations in Kirkland about four miles apart. Now Valley and his 10 employees will enjoy being under one roof, right next to 405, just south of the 116th on-ramp in Kirkland. The company has four sales people and three install trucks that serve King and Snohomish Counties installing closets, garage, pantry, home offices, entertainment centers and all sorts of creative storage solutions.
Keller Williams® Realty Inc., the fourth largest real estate company in North America, recently announced that it outpaced the market in 2008, while remaining free of debt, and gave back more than $30 million in profits to its agents.
Civic and business leaders are fighting to stay above water as the ripples of an economic recession hit Kirkland’s shores.
Seeking a new edge during hard times, Designer’s Consignment in Kirkland has taken off with the addition of children’s clothing lines.
Amidst December’s heavy snow, Ford of Kirkland dealer Jim Walen was busy brushing off his cars and trucks and directing a snowplow to clear a path for potential customers to reach his business.
Rumored for months but never confirmed publicly until now, Google’s ambitious expansion plans in Kirkland have been scaled back for the foreseeable future.
DECA chapters from Interlake, Issaquah and Lake Washington high schools have adopted “Ten Grands-Seattle” as a marketing and community service project. Between now and mid-March these associations of marketing students will have a chance to demonstrate their marketing, entrepreneurial and leadership skills as they help promote “Ten Grands,” a benefit concert scheduled for April 3 at Benaroya Hall. Concert proceeds fund music education for K-12 students.