Downed trees at Wallace Swamp Creek Park in Kenmore have blocked walkways and littered the area with debris.  - Liz Abersold, Northshore area resident

Kenmore weathers the storm with strong community

  • Today at 10:00AM updated at 4:57PM

With one storm past and another heading on in, it's a good time to stop and tip our hats to the people who have been mitigating the storm's damage even when it was still occurring.

From HOV to express toll lane, early signs of transformation coming to I-405 in Kirkland

  • Today at 5:47PM

During the past six months, the Washington State Department of Transportation installed new signs between Bellevue and Lynnwood in preparation for the Interstate 405 express toll lanes; most still covered from view. Overnight Sept. 2, drivers will start to see white rectangular signs on the side of the roadway that read “Illegal to Cross the Double White Line.”

Kirkland Reporter

King County District Court unveils new online system to tackle traffic tickets

  • Today at 5:39PM

King County District Court has unveiled an online, e-mitigation system for citizens to deal with traffic tickets.

Bellevue Reporter

Don't Miss: Matilda The Musical

  • Aug 31, 2015 at 4:00AM updated Sep 2, 2015 at 2:33PM

Now on its U.S. Tour, Matilda is currently telekinetically tickling the Seattle metro.

Back to school, watch out for kids

  • Today at 2:31PM

Every parent knows the emotions that accompany this week as kids head back to school. It is a little bit of stress, thinking about schedules, supplies, music or sports practices, etc...

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Do you like the idea of turning the Saint Edward Seminary into a type of lodge or hotel for visitors to Kenmore?

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