- Print Editions
- Subscriber Center
- Home Delivery
- About Us
The original code section established a registration process that hasn’t been used in years.
The ordinance works with the recently passed substitute house bill 1406.
The program does not affect the city budget.
The survey was conducted at an April council meeting.
The business recently relocated to the city.
The parks, recreation and open space plan was recently updated for the first time since 2013.
The first phase of the North Link Connections Mobility Project began in June.
The Bothell Planning Commission was updated on the proposal at a July 17 meeting.
Strong Towns was founded in 2008.
If Joshua Freed were elected governor, he would be the first Republican since 1980 to hold the office.
The renovations began on June 25 and will run through October.
One of the proposed projects under the Sound Transit 3 plan might undermine the Bothell staple.
The state Parks and Recreation Commission is beginning the EIS process for the proposed project.
Bothell Landing’s temporary dog park’s end date is being reconsidered.
The annual function provides tips on how to sustainably live effectively.
The two-day event will take place in the Northlake Lutheran Church parking lot.
Intern Blake Peterson shares his experiences at the Kirkland and Bothell/Kenmore Reporters.
The Seattle-based startup launched its work in Bothell last month.
The class is a different environmental class to help people who find the thought of climate change “depressing.”
This week, Bothell and Kenmore residents voted on two Northshore School District levies and one bond addressing increasing enrollment numbers. Early returns from the election… Continue reading