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Violet Martinez and her two friends on either side meet Kenmore Mayor David Baker shortly before throwing the first pitch at Moorlands Park. Violet has Lymphoma and has begun to lose her hair after recently finishing her second round of chemo. Photo courtesy of Kenmore

Kenmore celebrates Moorlands park with first pitch ceremony

Mayor David Baker joined local little league player Violet Martinez in throwing the first pitch.

Violet Martinez and her two friends on either side meet Kenmore Mayor David Baker shortly before throwing the first pitch at Moorlands Park. Violet has Lymphoma and has begun to lose her hair after recently finishing her second round of chemo. Photo courtesy of Kenmore

Northshore schools receive Gold Star Award by College Bound Scholars program

Four hundred eighty-four eligible eighth-grade students completed the College Bound application.

  • Mar 25, 2019
Deepthi Chandra and Haze Lee of North Creek High School developed Eclipsnotes, an online platform made by students for students. Madison Miller/staff photo

Northshore School District students create educational platform

Eclipsnotes is an online platform that features short videos made by students for students.

Deepthi Chandra and Haze Lee of North Creek High School developed Eclipsnotes, an online platform made by students for students. Madison Miller/staff photo

Leota Middle School Science Olympiad Club members earn medals at Southwest Regional Tournament

The Science Olympiad Club went to the regional tournament with three teams comprised of 36 Leota students.

  • Mar 19, 2019

Sound Transit seeks volunteers to serve on agency oversight panel

Opportunity to serve on the Sound Transit Citizen Oversight Panel representing Pierce County or Snohomish County.

  • Mar 18, 2019

Srebnik receives McMaster award from Kenmore Heritage Society

Srebnik has participated in Kenmore’s development since the mid-1990s.

  • Mar 18, 2019

Kenmore resident is 2019 humanities speaker

Carlos Gil will speak about immigration, specifically the Mexican American experience.

PopUp StoryWalk announces new book

“The Water Princess” by Susan Verde will launch at Brightwater Education Center on March 23.

  • Mar 13, 2019

Bothell’s female leaders celebrate International Women’s Day

Bothell has many women on its executive team and City Council.

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