Megan Campbell

Forum to discuss adolescent depression, anxiety set for Oct. 28

As part of its efforts to educate the public on mental health, Pacific Medical Centers is hosting a forum on adolescent depression and anxiety from… Continue reading


DUI hit-and-run suspect apprehended in Bothell

No one was injuried in the hit-and-run


Great Washington ShakeOut set for Oct. 19 | Video

It’s that time of year again, where Washington residents will have an opporutnity to practice what to do in an earthquake. Millions of people worldwide… Continue reading


Pop-up boutique coming to Kenmore’s Hangar Oct. 14-15

Crow, a pop-up boutique, will be at Kenmore’s Hangar building one weekend each month through the rest of the year. The little store will feature… Continue reading

UW Bothell prepares students to meet the demand in cybersecurity

There were one million cyber-security job openings in the United States in 2016. More than 200,000 of those positions went unfilled. This area of work… Continue reading

Woodmoor students busy as bees during Outdoor Education Day

More than 100 students from Woodmoor Elementary School in Bothell had a chance to learn about animals, insects and the wilderness during Outdoor Education Day,… Continue reading

Bothell’s Crosswalk Flashing Lights program ensures children have a safe route to school

The City of Bothell kicked off its Crosswalk Flashing Lights program with a little celebration on Sept. 13. The new program for pedestrian-activated flashing lights… Continue reading

Neighborly dispute over tree removal, road rage retaliation, meth | Kenmore police blotter Sept. 11-26

The blotter feature is a description of a small selection of law enforcement incidents and calls to the King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) that are… Continue reading

Leslie Harris leaves City of Kenmore after 11 years

On the eve of the #WhyILoveKenmore Summer Party, Leslie Harris was in the new Hangar building helping put up permanent signage. Getting ready for the… Continue reading

Learning happens everywhere at North Creek High School

Principal Eric McDowell’s goal for 2019 is to see every North Creek High School student across the graduation stage. It will be the first graduating… Continue reading

Eastside mayors talk challenges at the local, regional level

Some might think traffic would be the focal point in a discussion about challenges facing Eastside communities — but a room full of more than… Continue reading

Bothell finishes $23M multiway boulevard project | VIDEO

The City of Bothell celebrated another major step in the city’s downtown revitalization last week. Around 75 people attended a ribbon cutting and mini parade… Continue reading

Students, parents take advantage of Back to School Fair

On Aug. 16, hundreds of students and their parents took advantage of the Northshore School District’s Back to School Fair. In partnership with the Northshore… Continue reading

Hundreds enjoy #WhyILoveKenmore Summer Party | Photos

The people. The buildings. The community spirit. These are just a few of the reasons people love Kenmore. And to celebrate that love — along… Continue reading

Kenmore opens improved Tolt Trail

The City of Kenmore celebrated another step toward connectivity and its goal of creating a safer city for pedestrians and bicyclists last week. During a… Continue reading

#WhyILoveKenmore celebration of Town Square, Hangar set for Saturday

After the City of Kenmore incorporated in 1998, the city’s first job was to create a central community space, City Manager Rob Karlinsey said. “Job… Continue reading

Teamsters Local 174 reach deal with sand, gravel companies

A week after 86 Teamsters Local 174 members at CalPortland walked off the job, the union reached a contract agreement with five sand and gravel… Continue reading

Still no deal struck between Teamsters, CalPortland

Mediated negotiations between Teamsters Local 174 and several sand and gravel companies broke down Tuesday. Still no deal has been reached. At a Wednesday morning… Continue reading

Bothell math learning center owner focused on raising children’s confidence levels

Hao-Ching “Howard” Kuo wants to change children’s lives with math. Kuo, who has been a mechanical engineer for more than 30 years, recently opened a… Continue reading

Excessive heat warning in effect Tuesday through Friday

The National Weather Service in Seattle issued an excessive heat warning for the area in effect from 2 p.m. Tuesday through 9 p.m. Friday. The… Continue reading