Catherine Krummey

Gaby Borromeo performs at Kenmore City Hall

If Kenmore had a walk of fame, one candidate would be Gaby Borromeo, who has gained a following after appearing as a contestant in this… Continue reading

Kenmore residents encouraged to share the love — again

Peter Kageyama is returning to Kenmore this spring to help engage the community in sharing their love for the city. The community-building expert, known for… Continue reading

Kenmore Hangar Building almost complete

The City of Kenmore is inching closer to seeing one of its long-term goals come true. Kenmore’s Hangar Building has been in the works for… Continue reading

Main Street construction to start next month

The Bothell City Council unanimously approved four contracts related to the reconstruction of Main Street on March 7. Westwater Construction Company will be paid more… Continue reading

Hearing examiner to issue decision on St. Edward Seminary

A hearing on the future of the St. Edward Seminary buildings took two days earlier this month for all interested parties to present testimony. Two… Continue reading

Kenmore Community Market opens June 1

An outdoor market will be one of the amenities available in Kenmore starting this June. A couple blocks north of downtown, the Kenmore Community Market… Continue reading

Kenmore City Council unanimously approves welcoming resolution

The Kenmore City Council unanimously approved a resolution reaffirming the city as safe, inclusive and welcoming for all people on March 6. “Our stance on… Continue reading

Bothell mayor, city manager deliver State of the City address

A full-capacity crowd gathered at the Rosewood Room in Country Village Shops last week to hear Bothell Mayor Andy Rheaume and City Manager Jennifer Phillips… Continue reading

UW Bothell, Cascadia partner to develop new campus master plan

University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College are partnering to engage with the public as they develop a campus master plan to increase the academic,… Continue reading

New Not Just Antiques store owners celebrate one year in business

When Maria Rosacia and Troy Lybbert took over Not Just Antiques in Bothell in March 2016, they weren’t sure what exactly was in store. The… Continue reading

Ron Sims headlines UW Bothell Equity and Inclusion Conference

Hundreds of people flocked to the University of Washington Bothell campus on Feb. 24 to participate in the college’s third annual Equity and Inclusion Conference.… Continue reading

Community members working on new “Welcome to Bothell” sign

A grassroots effort is coming together to bring back the “Welcome to Bothell for a day or a lifetime” sign. Local business owner Richard Olson… Continue reading

Open space officially named Bud Homan Park

An area of open space along the Bothell-Kirkland border has officially been named Bud Homan Park. The park’s namesake, Marion W. “Bud” Homan, was known… Continue reading

Bothell City Council issues inclusivity resolution

The Bothell City Council unanimously approved a resolution to promote and reaffirm that the city is a welcoming, safe and inclusive place to live, work,… Continue reading

Bothell group creates more than 17,000 quilts

From 1979 to 2016, the quilters at First Lutheran Church of Bothell made 17,343 quilts. The group continues its efforts this year, meeting every Thursday… Continue reading

Stewardship association advocates for Shelton View Forest

Now that the final parcel of land has been purchased to complete the City of Bothell’s North Creek Forest, another area of wooded land is… Continue reading

Police conduct drug raid at north Bothell residence

On the morning of Feb. 15, the Bothell Police Department (BPD) executed a drug search warrant at a residence in the 21900 block of Seventh… Continue reading

Hundreds attend seminary open house

Daniels Real Estate, in partnership with the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation, the Kenmore Heritage Association and the Association of King County Historical Organizations, held… Continue reading

Kenmore hosts West Sammamish River Bridge open house

The City of Kenmore hosted an open house on Jan. 26 to get residents’ input on the West Sammamish River Bridge replacement project. The bridge,… Continue reading

Northshore Fire Department wins $8,500 dryer

The Northshore Fire Department has new equipment to ensure firefighter safety thanks to a Hometown Heroes contest sponsored by Ram Air Gear Dryer. The company’s… Continue reading