Aaron Kunkler

City of Bothell in talks with two hotels for downtown development, old Safeway redevelopment moving forward slowly

Plans for two large developments in downtown Bothell seem to be moving ahead, as a residential and retail center submit demolition applications, and two hotels continue purchase negotiations with the city.

UW Bothell ranked seventh by Best Value Schools

The University of Washington Bothell was recently ranked as the seventh best value university out of 15 in the state according to a list compiled by Best Value Schools.

Art enthusiasts host gourd-eous art exhibit

The Washington State Gourd Society will be hosting a gourd art gallery and competition from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Nov. 21 and 22 at Country Village in Bothell.

Fatal crash in Bothell blocks 101st Avenue Northeast

A man was killed and a woman passenger was sent to Harborview Medical Center after police said their vehicle crashed into a tree in the 18500 block of 101st Avenue Northeast around 8:45 a.m.

Bastyr founders talk past, present and future in Kenmore

Bastyr was founded in 1978 by Dr. Les Griffith, Dr. Joseph Pizzorno, Dr. William Mitchell and Sheila Quinn as a place to teach natural medicine, though Mitchell died in 2007.

Rheaume, McNeal, Duerr and Baker have commanding leads in Northshore city council races

Voting for the Bothell and Kenmore City Councils, two positions on the Northshore School Board and King County Proposition 1 ended Nov. 3, with early results being posted and updated during the past days.

Bothell man among a dozen people arrested for heroin, methamphetamine trafficking

A Bothell man was among a dozen people arrested this morning in King and Snohomish counties in conjunction with a two-year investigation into heroin and methamphetamine trafficking.

Bothell doctor’s medical license restricted by DOH for over prescribing medication

A Bothell doctor's medical license has been summarily restricted by the Washington State Department of Health relating to allegations that he improperly prescribed more controlled substances than any other doctor in the state, according to a press release from the Department of Health.

Creation of Kenmore Junior City Council on life support

The idea of creating a Junior City Council in Kenmore has been floating around for the past few years, and despite some community interest, it may be dead in the water for the time being.

Area officials grapple with increasing traffic

An increasing population in the Northshore area coupled with state route and interstate revisions may be routing more cars over local roads.

Bothell detective found not guilty of sexual misconduct returns to work Monday | UPDATE

A King County jury took just two hours of deliberation to acquit a Bothell police detective on Tuesday on all three counts that she engaged in sexual misconduct with a then female Bothell High School student.

Kenmore initiative aims to get residents to the water

Kenmore city officials continue working on increasing public access to Lake Washington and the Sammamish River.

A look inside the new Bothell City Hall

City officials say it was completed under budget and with an eye towards the future.

Sorenson Early Education Center offers a place for students with special needs to grow

Teachers and parents come together at Sorenson in Bothell to help preschool children develop crucial skills.

Former Bothell footballers coach next generation on hometown turf

Six Bothell High School graduates now spend four days a week coaching the Cougar's Junior football team.

Bothell business owner creates new industry for recycling fiberglass

Don Lilly hopes to create hundreds of jobs in Bothell following the opening of his plant early next year.

Kenmore man creates app to help people make new friends

Antoine El Daher has been designing Patook for two years, and finally released it last week.

Evergreen Church breaks ground on new children’s wing

The Orangetown wing should be finished by the end of January.

Bothell business hopes to put a dent in modern slavery

Kristina Valiani's Beauty of Hope opened last Saturday in Country Village with a unique sense of calling.

Bothell citizens worry about potential development in Shelton View Woods

Miles of footpath winds through thickets of blackberries and groves of cedars and pine, up steep inclines and over ridges. The clamor of traffic is quickly weeded out by old growth vegetation and steep hills filled with the sounds of bird calls and creaking wood inside Bothell's Shelton View Woods.