Catherine Krummey

Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe shares ‘retirement’ plans

Following her retirement from the State Senate in January, Rosemary McAuliffe, who has lived in Bothell for 52 years and represented the area from the… Continue reading

Agenda for Saint Edward Seminary special meeting posted

The full agenda has been released for the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission’s special meeting to consider a 62-year lease agreement with Daniels Real… Continue reading

‘Colors of My World’ exhibit features vibrant pieces by artists with disabilities

Bellevue artist David Baker has been making art for as long as he can remember. “I couldn’t compete with my classmates on many levels,” Baker,… Continue reading

Zulu’s Board Game Cafe grows steady base of regulars

A bit of the “Cheers” mentality is felt when walking into Zulu’s Board Game Cafe in Bothell: It’s a place where everyone knows your name.… Continue reading

‘Colors of My World’ exhibit features vibrant pieces by artists with disabilities

Bellevue artist David Baker has been making art for as long as he can remember. “I couldn’t compete with my classmates on many levels,” Baker,… Continue reading

PSE makes electric system improvement presentation to Kenmore City Council

Energy reliability continues to be a major area of concern for the Kenmore City Council and city staff. In an effort to become more informed… Continue reading

New Bothell City Manager Jennifer Phillips says she is here to stay

The enthusiasm Jennifer Phillips feels for the City of Bothell is almost contagious. She was hired as the new city manager last month, but given… Continue reading

Kenmore City Council approves 2017-18 biennial budget

The Kenmore City Council unanimously approved the 2017-18 biennial budget on Monday night. The total budgeted expenditures for the two-year period are just over $56.7… Continue reading

Bothell City Council approves biennial budget, capital facilities plan

The $228.9 million 2017-18 biennial budget was approved by the Bothell City Council during its Dec. 6 meeting by a 5-1 vote, with Councilmember Joshua… Continue reading

Kenmore orthodontist to retire after 60 years

Dr. Robert J. Bendzak first opened Kenmore Dental Clinic more than 60 years ago, working as a dentist after leaving the U.S. Navy. “I was… Continue reading

National Weather Service issues Winter Storm Watch

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch, in effect from 7 a.m. Thursday through 7 a.m. Friday. A weather system will move… Continue reading

Kenmore boy plays key role in EBT’s ‘Nutcracker’

Daniel Chernyavskiy has been dancing for more than half of his life, and that hard work has led to his casting as Clara’s mischievous brother,… Continue reading

Local businesses partner to create children’s book

Just as the characters in “Jengo and Pengo’s Acts of Kindness” developed a strong friendship, the partnership between The StoryMakers and Snapdoodle Toys has been… Continue reading

Local electric violinist brings Celtic Christmas Celebration to the NPAC in Bothell

If you’ve already heard “Jingle Bells” and “Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town” 50 times too many this holiday season, mark your calendars for Dec.… Continue reading

Bothell City Council approves new city manager contract

Jennifer Phillips has been named the new Bothell city manager, following the unanimous approval of an employment contract by the Bothell City Council at its… Continue reading

Holiday happenings in Northshore

The holidays bring with them a wide variety of events throughout Bothell and Kenmore. Here are some of the festivities happening this year: • Live… Continue reading

Come for the classes, stay for the camaraderie at Northshore Senior Center

Northshore Senior Center has something for everyone, whether you’re in need of a hot meal, a creative outlet, a new exercise routine or simple coffee… Continue reading

Neighbors rally around Bothell couple displaced by fire

Takeshi and Lee Sato made it out of their burning home in the Carlyle neighborhood of Bothell on Nov. 14 with their lives, his car… Continue reading

Main Street a mainstay for local business owners

Bothell’s Main Street won’t be defeated by fire. Following the July 22 incident, the street in the heart of downtown has seen a variety of… Continue reading

Kenmore takes closer look at energy reliability

Energy reliability has been a long-standing issue for Kenmore, and the city’s officials and staff are trying to stay as informed as possible ahead of… Continue reading