Here are some of the top stories and some others you may have missed in the past week on Bellevue Patch:
Cuts also will be made to arts funding in order for the city to meet a $6.5 million general fund budget gap.
Kirkland Police identify the suspect at Dakota M. Wolf, a soldier in custody at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
With holiday season stress, check one item off your Christmas list: cooking Christmas dinner. Eat out at a local restaurant.
A car drove into the Pet Pros store on Main Street in downtown, the Bellevue Fire Department reported. No injuries reported.
Read the winter 2011 edition of Bellevue Youth Link's "Youth Connection" newsletter online. Check out Bellevue Patch's Youth Connection column this week for some of the select stories from this edition.
A Kirkland woman is in stable condition at Overlake Hospital after she was hit by a wheel that flew off a trailer headed in the other direction on 520.
Volunteers will gather at the First Presbyterian Church of Bellevue at 1:30 am on Friday, Jan. 27 for the annual count of the Eastside homeless.
Take our new gallery and our new Traffic and Gas prices map for a spin.
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