Monday: A 90-year-old Redmond woman after the car she was driving left the roadway, struck a rocky embankment and flipped before landing a few inches away from a house. Police said speed was believed to be a factor in the collision.
Tuesday: City officials to learn how the nonprofit is reaching out to immigrants on the Eastside. The program, which operates an office in Redmond at the Together Center, helps immigrants and refugees understand and obtain access to a wide range of social services, including housing assistance, finding employment, learning the local bus sytem, and more.
Wednesday: The Redmond City Council to the city's plans to construct a 2.5-acre bike park on Education Hill. Several residents remain concerned about the size and scope of the project, saying it will have a negative impact on the neighborhoos. The matter will likely head to King County Superior Court next.
Thursday: The Washington Brewers Festival is . Held at Saint Edwards State Park in Kenmore for several years, the festival is expected to draw about 15,000 people and 60 breweries to the park next month.
Friday: Sharon Crosetto, a mother of three, after her daughter Chelsea uploaded a photo of her with a touching tribute. Sharon will be receiving a $25 gift certificate to Pomegranate Bistro after being randomly selected as the winner.
Saturday: Nearly 200 concerned residents to discuss a recent string of daytime burglaries in the Rose Hill area. Police are advising residents to be on the lookout for suspicious activity.
Sunday: Former Redmond fire chief Tim Fuller is back r, following the retirement of Bill Campbell last month, the city announced earlier this week. A department reorganization involving transportation planning was also announced.