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Eastsiders looking for home care services have one more option after Executive Care opened in Bothell last month. Kirkland resident Aarti Bindlish is the owner… Continue reading
Dough Rough had pushed himself further before, so what was another flights of stairs? The 60-year-old Kirkland resident and his wife, Lorraine, were exercising at… Continue reading
Thousands of beer enthusiasts and families descended on Marymoor Park last weekend for the annual Washington Brewers Festival, which brought in 130 breweries from across… Continue reading
Advocates say safe injection sites would allow users to consume the drugs in a safe environment with clean needles, which reduces the risk of contracting diseases like HIV, as well as letting staff respond to medical emergencies.
The City of Bothell will be saying goodbye to a deputy city manager on May 12 as Peter Troedsson departs for a job as city… Continue reading
What a crazy year for Bothell and Kenmore, right?
Developer may alter proposal for Saint Edward seminary building in response to changes by state legislature
Kevin Daniels, a Seattle-based real estate developer who has been working with the state in an attempt to transform the crumbling Saint Edward Seminary into a lodge, said decisions by the legislature this year may alter his proposal plans.
The Bothell Fire Fund has raise more than $65,000 in relief money for some 20 businesses which were damaged by the July 22 fire which destroyed two historic buildings in downtown Bothell.
More than 100 veterans and their families and friends gathered for a trap shoot at the Kenmore Shooting Range on Aug. 20 as the club continued a tradition designed to honor them.
Some bad behavior was reported Aug. 19 on a King County Metro bus in Kenmore where an unknown suspect spat at a bus driver.
In the wake of a late-July fire in Bothell which destroyed a dozen businesses and damaged many more, Gov. Jay Inslee has endorsed the city's bid for a Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) grant to continue downtown development.
Gov. Jay Inslee met with city officials and business owners affected by the July 22 fire in downtown Bothell which destroyed a dozen businesses and damaged many more in the city's historic downtown.
Preliminary results from today's state-wide primary election have been posted by King and Snohomish Counties. Contests include 1st District House and Senate Legislative seats and Proposition No. 1 which, if passed, would increase the number of board members in the Public Hospital District No. 2 from five to seven.
Relief may be on the way for Kenmore residents who have dealt with frequent power outages.
Hundreds of people flooded onto Main Street in downtown Bothell yesterday for the Bothell Fire Fund Block Party.
A Seattle-based developer submitted an environmental review application with the city of Kenmore for a proposed restoration and conversion of the St. Edward seminary into a lodge late last month, and a notice was sent out on July 12.
Kenmore has seen a rash of vehicle vandalism incidents during the last month with deputies unable to find suspects.
The Kenmore Grocery Outlet will be running a food donation drive through the end of July, a tradition they have been continuing for seven years.
The Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce and the Northshore Rotary Club 5030 will be hosting a Bothell Fire Fund Block Party on Thursday with all proceeds going to businesses affected by last Fridays fire.