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John Thornburg of Asterhouse performs for Northshore Fire Foundation’s benefit concert. Madison Miller/staff photo

Local rock bands hold benefit concert for Northshore Fire Foundation

Donations went to support Operation Warm Coat for Mary’s Place and Babies of Homelessness.

John Thornburg of Asterhouse performs for Northshore Fire Foundation’s benefit concert. Madison Miller/staff photo

A taste of my own medicine

Gratitude mindfulness helps see sun on horizon.

  • Mar 4, 2019

Bring your Garden into the Kitchen

Unlocking medicinal benefits from your own plants.

  • Mar 1, 2019

Bothell Fire Department welcomes new truck with time-honored tradition

Community members attended a ‘push-in’ ceremony on Feb. 23.

Everyday habits for a healthy heart

Heart Health Month may be done, but here are some tips that can help all year-round.

  • Feb 26, 2019

‘American Pickers’ puts out call for antique finds

The History Channel show is coming to Washington and seeking finds throughout the state, including the Eastside.

  • Feb 22, 2019

Romero to speak at next Pub Talk at McMenamins

He will speak about how arsenic was used historically as a common pesticide, spreading poison across the United States.

  • Feb 21, 2019

Inglemoor’s Vuu serves as page in State House

Pages’ responsibilities range from presenting the flags to distributing amendments on the House floor.

  • Feb 19, 2019

Wastemobile begins household hazardous waste collection season in Bothell, Feb. 22-24

Visit Wastemobile website for details about acceptable materials and amounts, plus upcoming collection events and convenient, permanent disposal sites

  • Feb 18, 2019
From left, Clara Ling (franchise owner) and Daisy Quitugua (center director) at the soft opening of Code Ninjas on Feb. 1. Madison Miller/staff photo

Bothell resident opens coding center in Newcastle

This is the first Code Ninjas center in Washington.

From left, Clara Ling (franchise owner) and Daisy Quitugua (center director) at the soft opening of Code Ninjas on Feb. 1. Madison Miller/staff photo

Townsend to speak on turning forests into biofuel at Northshore Senior Center

This event is set for Feb. 28 and is free and open to all.

  • Feb 11, 2019

Songwriter group to hold showcase to benefit incoming Kirkland shelter

The showcase will be from 6-9 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Den Coffee Shop in Bothell.

Despite ‘wait-and-see’ approach from Feds on interest rates, real estate ticking onward

Though the feds are in a wait-and-see mood there are benefits to buying and/or selling now versus waiting

  • Feb 5, 2019

PopUp Storywalk blends books and nature in Northshore

The program combines the joy of reading with the beauty of the great outdoors.

Eastside thrift shop donates $151K in 2018

Eastside Community Aid Thrift Shop provides grant funds to nonprofit organizations on the Eastside.

  • Feb 1, 2019

Motivation springs us to action

Progress doesn’t come overnight and maintaining health is almost always hard work.

  • Jan 29, 2019

Kenmore mails parks and recreation surveys to some homes

The last Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan was adopted in 2013 and it is typically updated every five to six years.

  • Jan 25, 2019

Cotton to speak at next Pub Night Talks event at McMenamins

He will discuss Frederick Law Olmsted’s legacy of including green spaces in urban planning.

  • Jan 22, 2019

Bothell offers insight on rainy season streams and gardening

Locals can learn how to prepare their garden for spring and offer input on future workshops.

  • Jan 19, 2019
IHS junior Sam Trott and sophomore Daisy Held play Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet in IHS’s upcoming production of “Pride and Prejudice.” Madison Miller/staff photo.

Inglemoor takes on Jane Austen

The school’s first show of the new year will be the author’s “Pride and Prejudice.”

IHS junior Sam Trott and sophomore Daisy Held play Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet in IHS’s upcoming production of “Pride and Prejudice.” Madison Miller/staff photo.