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Kirkland Mayor James Lauinger says he would love to be able to speak with someone beyond “coma estas” or “muchas gracias.”
Additional parking stalls and increased hours for free public parking are now available at the Lake Street/Central Avenue and Marina Park/Lakeshore lots in downtown Kirkland, effective as of March 16.
The Kirkland Reporter is experimenting with GoogleMaps, an online interactive mapping resource supported by Google, to display the weekly police blotter.
Kirkland Downtown Association (KDA) board members voted in a new Executive Board at their March 4 annual membership meeting, re-energizing a key community voice in one of Kirkland’s most visible and popular neighborhoods.
state's multi-billion dollar deficit. Staring down at least $5 million in cuts forecast since last December, Lake Washington School District officials unveiled budget plans that may close the Juanita High Swimming Pool.
A 41-year-old Kirkland man who tackled a bank robber during a heist at a downtown Bellevue bank was honored Wednesday, March 11 for his heroism by the Bellevue Police and the FBI today at Bellevue City Hall.
About 50 Alexander Graham Bell Elementary students read to several dogs recently as part of the "Reading with Rover" program.
The Fifth Annual Fishing for a Cure auction cleared more than $200,000 and enabled this grass roots organization to claim a million dollars raised for FSH Muscular Dystrophy research.
King County prosecutors charged a West Virginia man with robbery after he carjacked a man at knife point in Kirkland and led police on a chase in the Jaguar he stole that ended in a crash on Interstate 5.
Between Feb. 25 - March 3, the Kirkland Police Department reported 406 traffic violations, 24 car accidents, 24 vehicle prowls, 21 alarm calls, 19 assaults, 16 noise complaints and 12 acts of fraud; 36 people were arrested.
By the time the leaky three-masted schooner arrived at the old Kirkland dock in 1973, the town's role as a seaport had all but disappeared.
Due to anticipated cuts in the state budget, Lake Washington School District anticipates that the district will receive nearly $5 million less in state funds next year.
The Lake Washington School District is seeing a growing need for Spanish-speaking volunteers to help with all levels of education.
To commemorate Girl Scouts 97th anniversary March 12, Kingsgate Library is displaying a collection of Girl Scout memorabilia through the month of March.
Moore takes two Toastmasters titlesJeffrey Moore of Kirkland Eclectics Toastmasters Club took the title of both the inspirational speech contest and the evaluation contest for Kirkland Eclectics toastmasters club recently.
When doctors told Barbara McKay she would probably not live much longer, she began to think about how she would end her life.
Some things are just too important to be left to chance. That was the majority position City Council took as they revamped downtown zoning codes at its March 3 meeting.
Kirkland City officials confirm the shopping center, long an underperforming dead-weight on the city's tax-base, is being privately shopped around by owners Coventry/DDR.
Kirklanders, get ready to increase your natural Vitamin D high.
Kingsgate resident Luis Fernando Koyoc-ek, 33, and Woodinville resident Oscar Chavarria-Sotelo, 24, pleaded not guilty to eight counts of first-degree robbery at a March 3 arraignment.