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    Cultural Conversation to focus on mourning practices

    Bellevue residents from all over the world will get an opportunity to share their stories and their rituals around death and dying at a Cultural Conversations meeting on Tuesday Feb. 12, at the…

    Council Roundup: Hearing set on light rail permitting

    Also, advisory board for Downtown Livability Council members on Tuesday scheduled a second public hearing on Feb. 11 to take comments on amending the city's land use code related to the East Link…

    Bellevue's future: Driverless cars and smart homes?

    Jan. 29 event invites public's thinking about the future Ever think about what Bellevue will be like in the future? Will cars drive themselves on Lake Hills Boulevard or will your home's lights be…

    'X Factor' finalist to perform at MLK Day event

    LeRoy Bell, a veteran soul musician and songwriter who was a finalist in "The X Factor" talent competition reality show in 2011, will perform at Bellevue's Martin Luther King tribute event on MLK Day…

    Free glucose, blood pressure checks for Heart Week

    Bellevue firefighters and Overlake Hospital doctors and nurses will offer free blood pressure and blood sugar checks at community centers, shopping malls and other locations Feb. 16-23. During "Heart…

    Forum on teen drug and alcohol prevention

    Prevention and intervention will be the focus of the Teen Anti-Drug and Alcohol Forum, Jan. 23, 6-8:30 p.m., in the Sammamish High School cafeteria, 100 140th Ave. S.E. Topics include understanding…

    Police crack 33-year-old murder case

    Following a cold-case investigation by Bellevue Police, King County prosecutors today filed a first-degree murder charge in connection with a 1980 murder-rape case in Bellevue. Police used DNA…

    Training for would-be mediators

    People interested in developing mediation and conflict resolution skills can receive training from the Bellevue Neighborhood Mediation Program. The 40-hour training, for those who live, work or go to…

    Free naturalist training

    Applications are being accepted through Jan. 14 for free master naturalist training for volunteers who want to assist park rangers with environmental education, habitat restoration, nature hikes and…

    Council Roundup: Federal grant for 120th widening

    A plan to widen and improve 120th Avenue Northeast got a boost Monday, with the City Council's acceptance of a federal $1.1 million grant. The project -- which calls for realigning and widening 120th…
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