Sarah Kehoe

Spooky Halloween events kick off in Bothell and Kenmore | UPDATED

Halloween events are occurring throughout Bothell and Kenmore this month, including the return of Bastyr University’s famous Haunted Trails.

 

Resident creates sign against Bothell city projects

A sign appeared in downtown Bothell this week with words that stood against the redevelopment projects by the city of Bothell.

 

City of Bothell set to host the first beer festival tomorrow

Bothell Assistant City Manager Peter Troedsson wanted to add an event to the city’s calendar that would bring residents together. That event will be a festival on the most appropriately named street in the city.

 

Group in Bothell is working for others

A team from FEMA Corps Bayou 1, a track of the AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) program, will be serving at the FEMA Region X Regional Response Coordination Center (RRCC) in Bothell and the Northview Corporate Center (NCC) in Lynnwood until Nov. 28.

City of Bothell approves amendments on regulations for dwelling units downtown

Bothell City Council members unanimously voted in favor of proposed code amendments to remove the existing 20 dwelling units per acre density limit in the downtown transition district.

Break-ins and assaults reported | King County Sheriff’s Office Crime Blotter

The King County Sheriff's Office Crime Blotter is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the Northshore area that are dispatched to on-duty officers.

Bothell set to host the first beer festival in the city Oct. 18

Bothell Assistant City Manager Peter Troedsson wanted to bring an event to the city that would bring residents together.

Resident creates sign against Bothell projects

A sign appeared in downtown Bothell this week with words that stood against the improvement projects by the city of Bothell.

Northshore School District forced to send letter about ‘failing’ schools

For the first time, parents with students enrolled in the Northshore School District received letters informing them that their schools are failing.

September wrap-up | King County Sheriff’s Office Crime Blotter

The King County Sheriff's Office Crime Blotter is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the Northshore area that are dispatched to on-duty officers.

Kenmore City Council elects new deputy mayor

Kenmore City Council selected council member Allan VanNess to serve as deputy mayor during a meeting Sept. 22. VanNess is taking the place of former deputy mayor Glenn Rogers. Rogers retired in August due to a medical condition.

Bothell’s bus shelter receives historic makeover

People waiting at the bus shelter near Brooks Biddle Automotive in Bothell, can now view historic transportation moments in the city, starting from 1912.

New store owner brings fashion to Country Village

When Nicole Wright moved from Bellevue to Bothell, she fell in love with Country Village because of its small town, country feel.

Northshore School District forced to send letter about failing schools

For the first time, parents with students enrolled in the Northshore School District received letters informing them that their schools are failing.

Public weighs in on the future of Saint Edward Seminary

Kenmore residents had the chance to voice their opinion on the fate of Saint Edward State Park at a meeting held by Washington State Parks last week.

City of Bothell celebrates completion of SR 522 projects with ribbon cutting

The city of Bothell celebrated the completion of three key downtown revitalization projects with a ribbon cutting ceremony Sept. 18.

Northshore School District whittles down choices for new high school name to three

The Northshore School District is one step closer to a finalizing a name for the new high school that will open in the fall of 2017.

Bothell survivors of tree-fall crash on Highway 2 awarded $10 million

The surviving members of the Owen family that survived a tree fall incident in December 2012, will receive $10 million from the state of Washington.

Kenmore’s Ramsey family gets ready to celebrate 50 years of business

Dick Ramsey purchased Ostroms Drug & Gift from Harry Ostrom in 1964 because he thought it would be a great investment, but it is an entirely different reason that makes him never want to retire.

Bothell discusses parks and public spaces levy at chamber luncheon

Bothell City Manager Bob Stowe provided attendees of the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce luncheon with information on the upcoming parks and public spaces levy, coming to the Nov. 4 ballot.