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Bellevue celebrates BelRed transportation projects

Congressman Adam Smith joined Bellevue governmental officials Friday morning to celebrate transportation projects in the BelRed neighborhood. Recently completed transporation projects - the widening of 120th Avenue Northeast and extending Northeast Fourth Street - and new projects, such as adding No

BELLEVUEREPORTER.COM - 2017-11-17 21:20:00

What to Give Those that Already Have it All This Holiday Season: A Guide from Guide Dogs for the Blind

The holiday season is just around the corner, which means it's time to find the perfect gifts for your loved ones. But, what do you give to those who already have everything? Give them something you can't buy in stores. Donate to Guide Dogs for the Blind (GDB) in their name. Not only will this suppo


Council roundup: Bellevue City Council to consider property tax increase

On Monday evening during the extended study session, Bellevue City Council members participated in a general overview of the mid-biennium budget for 2017. Similar to previous mid-biennium updates, the budget review updates revenue projections and existing personnel costs, and builds reserves to addr

BELLEVUEREPORTER.COM - 2017-11-16 23:00:00

Silver Alert Issued For Missing Bellevue Man [Update]

BELLEVUE, WA - Police issued a silver alert for Leonid Zheleznyak, 87, who is pictured below. He was reported missing since 3 p.m. Thursday. Police reported he was and was safe at about 11:30 p.m. (For more local news, click here to sign up for real-time news alerts and newsletters from Bellevue Pat

PATCH - 2017-11-17 06:27:27

2018 economic forecast remains positive for Bellevue business community

Is the 2017-18 economy as good as it gets? About 10 percent of Eastside business leaders are less enthused about 2018 business expansion in the Puget Sound region compared to those surveyed last year. But that's not to say the majority aren't optimistic. According to the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce

BELLEVUEREPORTER.COM - 2017-11-16 23:30:00

Bellevue Magic Season Ice Arena Offers Free Admission on "Library Appreciation Day"

Begin your holidays and skate into Bellevue's "Magic Season" for free at its ice arena on "Library Appreciation Day," held on Tuesday, November 28, 3-9pm. For the second year in a row, the Bellevue Downtown Association (BDA) is offering "Library Appreciation Day" during its annual Bellevue Magic Sea


Washington state auditor: More accountability audits needed for state agencies

Washington state Auditor Pat McCarthy visited the Eastside last Thursday during her "world tour" across the state. Since she was elected in November 2016, McCarthy has made a concerted effort to connect with various editorial boards, teams, districts, commissions and more. In fact, the Office of Was

BELLEVUEREPORTER.COM - 2017-11-16 17:45:00

Bellevue School District tackles education funding as property tax hike, levies loom

A graph that shows the increase in the estimated state revenue Bellevue School District will get and the projected amount of money from local levies, if they are passed in February. If the levies do not pass, the district will be forced to rely on state revenue and other funds only. Image courtesy o


Winnebago Tribal Council hears concerns from public on hospital self-governance

The Winnebago Tribal Council held a public forum about its plans Tuesday. A passionate group of citizens came to have their questions answered and there were plenty of concerns raised. Questions included the involvement of the Omaha and Santee tribes in the process and how the takeover would be fund


Bacharach donates to Atlantic Cape nursing scholarship fund

MAYS LANDING - Bacharach Institute of Rehabilitation donated $25,000 from the Pauline Hollander Scholarship Foundation toward nursing scholarships at Atlantic Cape Community College, Monday, Oct. 9. Through the donation, ten $2,500 scholarships were awarded to the top ten second-year students enroll

SHORE NEWS TODAY - 2017-11-17 18:56:00

Watch for this nighttime restriction on I-83

A section of I-83 north will be restricted to a single lane Thursday night, PennDOT says. PennLive file photo The right lane of I-83 north will be restricted from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. while crews do survey work just north of exit 22 for North George Street in Manchester Township, York County. The survey

PENNLIVE.COM - 2017-11-16 14:30:44

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch to speak at Stockton

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP - New United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Neil M. Gorsuch will be a guest speaker at Stockton University this January as part of special academic initiative. "We are honored to welcome Justice Gorsuch to the university," Stockton President Harvey Kesselman said. "This wil

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2017-11-16 19:13:00

Cookie walks let others do the holiday baking for you

The smell of cookies just coming out of the oven is a welcome aroma for many people as the holidays draw near. But for those who lack either the time or the inclination to spend hours baking their own, area churches have the answer. It's called a cookie walk. A cookie walk is a tasty holiday custom

SHORE NEWS TODAY - 2017-11-16 05:29:00

Teens planned their escape from detention facility, official says

Hours after police collared the fourth and final teenager who broke out of a youth detention facility Wednesday, an official said investigators believe the escape wasn't a spur of the moment decision. "We do in fact believe it was a planned escape," Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon Tyner said Thursd

NJ.COM - 2017-11-16 21:27:55

Manhunt for escaped teen accused of murder continues into 2nd day

For a second day, law enforcement officials from multiple state and local agencies are combing areas of Bridgeton for a teen facing murder charges who escaped a detention facility early Wednesday. Michael Huggins, 18, and three other teenagers overpowered a corrections officer at the Harborfields Yo

NJ.COM - 2017-11-16 14:47:00

Dangerous NJ Teen Murder Suspect Caught

The teen was described as dangerous, and at least four school districts in the area of the search had closures during a two-day search. A dangerous teen murder suspect who escaped with three others from a youth detention facility in New Jersey on Wednesday has been caught. Michael Huggins, 18, was

PATCH - 2017-11-16 14:47:34

3 'Dangerous' Teens Caught; 1 NJ Escapee At-Large

Three of four "dangerous" teens who escaped from a youth detention facility in New Jersey early Wednesday have been caught according to reports. One, Michael Huggins, is still at-large. The escape and manhunt prompted local schools to close, according to authorities. Surveillance video shows the esc


Stony Brook student backs Trump and his border wall

Second in a series of profiles of Long Islanders in the Trump era that will feature a mix of political viewpoints. When President Donald Trump came to speak in Fuad Faruque's hometown of Brentwood, the Stony Brook University student scored a prime spot standing next to the stage. "He glanced over at

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-17 00:04:51

SBU's Minghua Zhang fine-tunes climate model for Southern Great Plains

Minghua Zhang spent a sabbatical year in China trying to improve climate models, which included analyzing errors of current models. A professor at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences at Stony Brook University, Zhang focused on the Southern Great Plains of the United States. He explored how

TBRNEWSMEDIA.COM - 2017-11-17 17:32:53

Against The Odds: Local Families Share Their Stories On World Prematurity Day

Jacqui and Jesse Fritz's Westhampton Beach home looks like that of any young parents. Baby gear dots the landscape of their kitchen and dining area-a stroller parked by the dining table, a high chair at the other end. A corner of the living room is cordoned off with brightly colored baby gates, fill

27EAST.COM - 2017-11-17 20:42:00