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Kenmore city officials continue working on increasing public access to Lake Washington and the Sammamish River.
City officials say it was completed under budget and with an eye towards the future.
Teachers and parents come together at Sorenson in Bothell to help preschool children develop crucial skills.
Six Bothell High School graduates now spend four days a week coaching the Cougar's Junior football team.
Don Lilly hopes to create hundreds of jobs in Bothell following the opening of his plant early next year.
Antoine El Daher has been designing Patook for two years, and finally released it last week.
The Orangetown wing should be finished by the end of January.
Kristina Valiani's Beauty of Hope opened last Saturday in Country Village with a unique sense of calling.
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.
The Northshore area has a long history of thirsty patrons and entrepreneurs willing to roll the dice to try and satisfy them, a tradition which dates back to prohibition.
After five years of preparation, construction and anticipation, the McMenamin’s Anderson School in Bothell held a pre-opening Tuesday night and will open its doors to the public this weekend.
Bastyr University in Kenmore is preparing to serve up the scares again with their annual Haunted Trails event starting tonight.
They face felony charges after police say they entered the houses and lit one on fire.
Soccer was a big part of Nicholas Madrazo’s life, so with construction tentatively scheduled to begin this fall on the long-awaited park bearing his name, his family says they’re happy it will be filled with sports fields and courts.
Firefighters are monitoring the blaze, which could take days to fully burn out.
A summary of police responses between Oct. 5 and Oct. 13 in Kenmore.
Station 51 provides Northshore, Bothell, Woodinville and Shoreline firefighters a place to prepare.
Fourteen teams of chili cooks and community members took part in the annual Chilifest and raised nearly $600 for local food bank Hopelink on Thursday night at the Evergreen Washelli Funeral Home in Bothell.
University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College opened a new student Activities and Recreation center on their joint campus Wednesday morning, culminating a six-year process between students, faculty and outside contractors.
Negotiations between four area fire agencies regarding the formation of a Northlake Regional Fire Authority (RFA) continues despite set-backs.