Here are some of the top stories and items you might have missed on Bellevue Patch in the past week:
Replay our chat with Kim Estes of Savvy Parents, Safe Kids and Amy Lang of Birds and Bees and Kids, the creators of MamaCon about the upcoming conference.
Bellevue College's trustees extended the duration of interim president to June 30, and according to its college paper, trustees told staff that the search could extend into the 2012-13 year.
Registration is now taking place for the Bellevue Schools Foundation’s annual Spring for Schools Luncheon, being held Friday, May 18, 2012, 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue.
Sunday May 6 marked six months since the toddler was last seen.
International School makes the top 10 of U.S.News and World report's national list of best high schools. Bellevue, Newport and Interlake high schools all make the top 200.
Pssst – hey students! Looking to be the next Steve Jobs? Check out StudentRND
The new pedestrian suspension bridge hangs over a ravine in the Bellevue Botanical Garden, immersing visitors in the sights and smells of a forested area in the middle of the city.
The city passed an interim ordinance Monday night to give officials six months to gather public input on marijuana collective gardens.
Washington is among five states that offer a full gamut of rights to gay people, according to The Guardian. Washington passed a gay marriage law earlier this year, but it could face a referendum.
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