Aaron Kunkler

Capps Club opening this spring in Kenmore

A new club and restaurant, designed by the Food Network’s ‘Restaurant Impossible’ designer Lynn Kegan, is in the cards for the old Mia Roma location along State Route 522 in Kenmore.

Bothell Legion post begins remodel, hopes to expand services

The Post currently serves hundreds of veterans and their families, helping them with benefits and legal paperwork, providing a gather space for families and engaging in outreach, like offering a space for Boy Scout troops or police and business groups to meet.

Bothell City Council to hold meeting on Fitzgerald development tonight

The Bothell City Council will vote tonight on whether to continue an appeal filed in response to a Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board ruling which overturned city legislation regarding development in the Fitzgerald area last year.

Andy Rheaume chosen as Bothell mayor, Davina Duerr deputy mayor

New Bothell City Council elects Andy Rheaume as mayor, newcomer Davina Duerr as Deputy Mayor in Jan. 5 council meeting, destroying previous voting bloc.

Major Kenmore development on track, park could be completed by summer

Construction a retail and residential complex in downtown Kenmore continues as planned.

Bothell woman who died in wreck on State Route 2 identified

A Bothell woman who died on Dec. 31, after authorities said the sports utility vehicle she was riding in crossed the center line on State Route 2, hitting another SUV around ten miles east of Skykomish, has been identified.

I-405 tolling glitch incorrectly charged drivers

A glitch in the Interstate 405 toll lanes incorrectly charged all toll-lane drivers between Dec. 17 and Dec. 25 according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.

Top 20 Bothell/Kenmore Reporter stories of 2015

Many big stories graced the pages of the Bothell/Kenmore Reporter this year. Here is a list of the most read stories of 2015 from bothell-reporter.com.

Bothell teen battling cancer helps to give back

For most 14-year-olds, entering their teenage years is a time for growth, both physically and emotionally, many of whom get involved with sports, and it’s no different for Skyview Junior High School’s Michael Albrecht, although the Bothell native’s path is a bit different than most.

UW Bothell, Cascadia look to expand, neighbors upset

The University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College are presenting plans to retire the master building plans with the city in order to increase autonomy and cut down on costs associated with development applications.

Bothell Parks Board considers recommendation on Shelton View Woods

The Bothell Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will consider making a recommendation to the City Council on acquiring two plots in Shelton View Woods on Jan. 7.

PSE presents solutions on notorious circuit 26 to Kenmore City Council members

Circuit 26 runs between and over back yards and next to dense patches of trees. Asah said the drought and recent storms have combined to cause ever increasing power outages as trees that dried out over the summer are knocked into power lines by intense winter winds.

Kenmore begins PSE franchise agreement negotiations partially in the dark

Negotiations between the city of Kenmore and Puget Sound Energy will begin shortly to hash out the details of possibly renewing a franchise agreement to supply the city’s residents with power and establishing the company’s right of way for maintenance and power restoration.

Fireworks ban advisory vote to be on November 2016 ballot in Bothell

Bothell voters will be asked to provide feedback to the City Council on next November’s ballot concerning a potential fireworks ban.

Kenmore woman arrested on first-degree trespass at Starbucks

A 34-year-old Kenmore woman was arrested last Saturday at a Starbucks after being trespassed in November, authorities said.

Bothell’s first distillery is passion play for owners

Tucked away underneath Beardslee Public House in Bothell is the city’s first distillery, which opened its doors for business last Friday.

‘Tis the season for scammers and thieves, beware of fake IRS calls

A Kenmore man fell victim to scammers last month after sending them $11,000.

Higher property taxes forcing train and pony rides to leave Bothell’s Country Village

For nearly 13 years Kent Manchester has been building a train-lovers utopia in an open field behind Bothell’s Country Village, but by Jan. 1, the Iron Horse Railway and pony rides will be gone until further notice.

Bothell honored by Greenroads for two downtown construction projects

The city of Bothell was awarded two certifications from Greenroads at the Dec. 8 Bothell City Council meeting for implementing environmentally sustainable practices in the Crossroads and Multiway Boulevard construction projects.

Bothell business aims to keep Bitcoins protected

Darin Stanchfield is in the currency security business in Bothell, but instead of riding shotgun in an armored car or investigating counterfeit money, he deals with Bitcoins.