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Sewers are usually out of sight and out of mind, but after a wedding ring was flushed down toilet, it was all one local family could think about.
A bobcat was recently seen at Centennial Park in Bothell, leading city officials to issue a warning to residents.
Thursday, June 30, is the last day in Bothell for three businesses after the downtown building they lease space in was acquired and condemned earlier this year by the city.
Bus rapid transit (BRT) along State Route 522 along with light rail to the South Kirkland Park and Ride has been included in a Sound Transit 3 (ST3) update.
Kenmore residents will be voting on a 20-year, $19.750 million dollar sidewalks, bike lanes and parks improvement bond this November based on suggestions the city received during their Imagine Kenmore program.
Pop Keeney Stadium and Blyth Park in Bothell could be renamed if one Bothell veteran's proposal is approved by the school district and the city.
The Bothell City Council voted to implement an ethics code late last year as well as created the position of Ethics Officer to investigate complaints.
The Bothell City Council has hired Wayne Tanaka of Ogden, Murphy and Wallace as the city's Ethics Officer, a position which he will serve in for a minimum of one year.
Bastyr cafeteria is a great place to eat after roaming through St. Edward State Park | Reporter notes
Did you know Bastyr University has an open cafeteria?
Around 20 Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) volunteers clad in bright yellow vests and green hardhats converged on Kenmore Junior High on the evening of June 7 to get hands-on experience setting up an emergency water purification system.
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Thirty-seven families in King and Snohomish Counties received newly constructed ramps for their homes on May 21 during the 23rd annual Master Builders Association Rampathon.
Nearly 50 acres known as the Front Nine of the Wayne Golf Course in Bothell were purchased on May 31, bringing the entire 89-acre course under control of the conservation group Forterra.
The 18th annual Kenmore Art Show run from June 22-26 at Bastyr University and will feature the works of nearly 300 regional artists.
Challenge courses will be retained for Northshore School District middle school students after the School Board voted to preserve a modified version of the program.
"Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name," is the famous chorus to the Cheers theme song and as the Northshore continues to grow, finding that place can be harder than ever.
For more than 160 years, Iranian Baha’i have faced religious persecution for their beliefs, facing expulsion from civil, government and educational institutions.
A 63-year-old man is being held on $100,000 bail after he was accused of groping a 17-year-old girl with special needs on a Northshore School District bus.
May 20 was the final day to file for public offices up for election on November's ballot. Races with more than two candidates will have a primary in August, where the top two candidates will advance to the general election.
A potentially lengthy legal battle between Kenmore and contractors Kiewet/General/Manson (KGM) was avoided on May 23 after the City Council agreed to a settlement over the fate of the old State Route 520 bridge.