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Incumbents leading after initial Aug. 7 election results.
Discussion focuses on upzoning and preservation of existing units, including mobile homes.
City plans to provide more information to help residents plan their back to school commute.
Bothell firefighter, volunteer and “rad dad” Kirk Robinson is battling metastatic melanoma.
Before their recess, city leaders review some important topics.
The project features new ballfield renovations, restrooms, a picnic shelter and play area upgrade.
Local officials, transit representatives discuss construction, funding progress on I-405 projects.
A levy will support police and fire operations, and a bond will help rebuild two fire stations.
Pride Week will be June 24-30 in the city of Kenmore.
Potential ordinance would encourage use of paper, resuable bags.
Projects include road widening and Safe Routes to School.
City re-evaluates business strategies with growth in population, downtown core.
Twenty-nine candidates are challenging incumbent U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell.
Local business owner inspires other acts of kindness in the community.
Local resident shares how community resources helped her family heal from abuse.
Washington’s secretary of state talks hacking, social media and more at Redmond Rotary.
Participants say inter-government coordination, expanded tax credit are needed.
City asks citizens to weigh in on fire, emergency medical, police and municipal court services.
Board places more oversight on voucher requests after allegations of misappropriated funds.
The space, which currently features a local artist, is the work of the newly formed Arts Commission.