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Local trash collection agency Waste Management announced last week a new partnership with Eastside law enforcement agencies to help drivers report crime -- if they see it.
Fresh from its retreat in La Conner, the City Council met for its April 1 meeting facing a full agenda of development and environmental issues.
Annexation proponents “Citizens for One Kirkland” talked up reasons for the incorporation of their neighborhoods into the city at a community forum at Heritage Hall last Saturday.
A disease that has killed off honeybees and devastated crop production along the West Coast has some Northwest farmers growing uneasy.
The Police Log is available to the public, free of charge, during Kirkland Police Department business hours Monday through Friday. A small number of the calls to police on a weekly basis are excerpted in the Kirkland Courier-Reporter. These summaries are prefaced by a brief synopsis describing significant numbers or important types of calls received.
The Seattle Seahawks aren’t leaving Kirkland for Renton just yet. Team president Tim Ruskell said the Seahawks will hold training camp at Northwest University for one more year because of uncertainty over the timetable with the team’s new facility in Renton.
The results are in for the latest neighborhoods improvement projects under Kirkland’s popular Neighborhood Connections program.
A Kirkland neighborhood taskforce is ready to present proposed safety improvements to Slater Avenue to residents who live along the corridor between N.E. 97th Street and N.E. 112th Place.
Reversing an earlier position, King County Executive Ron Sims last week announced his support for preserving the tracks along a 42-mile BNSF Railway corridor running through Kirkland from Snohomish to Renton.
Despite pressure and incentives from county and state officials, Kirkland’s Potential Annexation Area (PAA), which includes Kingsgate, Juanita and Finn Hill, will stay part of King County for now.
Like tulips and daffodils heralding spring, rising prices typically mark the end of the real estate winter slumber -- until this year.
Nokia has become the latest high-tech giant to call downtown Kirkland home, last week announcing it will move into a 25,000-square-foot space at Parkplace sometime this summer.
Aggressive enforcement of two downtown parking lots may have worked to keep spaces free and visitors moving along in the past, but no longer.
Slashes in the King County budget may force Sheriff Sue Rahr to cut as many as 100 deputies from the county roster, she told members of the Sammamish Chamber of Commerce last week.
Rising gas prices and fears of a recession are beginning to impact local car sales, Kirkland dealerships say.