Here are some of the top stories and some others you may have missed in the past week on Bellevue Patch:
According to the National Weather Service, there is at least a chance of snow through Monday, and the possibility of more precipitation next week, though it is too early to say if it will be snow or rain.
Former Medina Police Chief Jeffrey Chen filed a lawsuit against the city of Medina this week, accusing city officials of racism against Chen's Chinese-American heritage.
The bill, which also has a companion bill in the House, would include student input and student growth as part of the criteria.
Personnel changes and dining deals abound in the New Year.
Fun activities and some sweet deals for the whole family this upcoming week.
The governor's B&O tax plan might streamline the taxing and licensing process, but it also could cost Bellevue up to $6 million in revenue, according to city officials.
All lanes will be closed between Seattle and I-405 beginning at 11 p.m. Friday. State Route 520 is set to reopen Monday.
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