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Bothell woman raises awareness, funds for breast cancer research

Bothell is full of many caring individuals. Nidhi Mehta Seth, Bothell resident and mother, recently hosted a dance-a-thon in Redmond to raise funds for cancer research.

WCOG officials say Bothell City Council violated law by discussing Wayne purchase | UPDATE

According officials with the Washington Coalition for Open Government (WCOG), after reviewing a Bothell Reporter investigation, the Bothell City Council violated open meetings laws by discussing the potential purchase of Wayne Golf Course during a 2013 executive session, and then allowing the right of first opportunity to purchase the back-nine property to lapse without taking the issue to a public council meeting.

Jan Viney artwork hosted at Kenmore City Hall

The Arts of Kenmore is hosting the photographic art of Jan Viney at Kenmore City Hall, open Monday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., between May 8 and July 16.

Extension of lane closures along Locust Way

The Snohomish County public works has authorized an extension of road work along Locust Way.

Suspects skipped out on $6.55 restaurant bill | Bothell Police Blotter

The Bothell Blotter is a description of a small selection of police incidents all calls to the Northshore area that are dispatched to on-duty officers.

Treating the funny bone: Dr. Patch Adams visits with local students in Kenmore

Patch Adams engaged students at Bastyr University with funny delights, sad stories and fake boogers in his nose.

Volunteer work party and barbeque for Kenmore Parks

Kenmore is hosting it's annual Parks Appreciation Day on Saturday, April 25, at Log Boom and Rhododendron Park.

50’s Sock Hop! at Kenmore City Hall, funds to help Ethiopian orphans

All ages are welcome to participate in the '50s Sock Hop! going on this Saturday, April 25, at Kenmore City Hall.

Water main breaks in Bothell, up to 20 homes without water

The city of Bothell is advising citizens of a broken water main near the intersection of 129th Avenue NE and NE 184th Court.

Element Residential violated municipal code in Verde construction, will pay fines

The city of Bothell municipal code violation concerning the historic buildings removed to construct the Verde, developed and owned by Mayor Joshua Freed's company Element Residential, was due to misunderstanding by the contractor, according to an April 15 city memo.

A Kirkland-area Aurora Cobra 289

On nice summer days, all the nice cars start coming out of the woodwork, especially on the Eastside. The day in March in question, it was gloriously blue skied out and the red 1984 Aurora Cobra 289 stood out from the lush green spring foliage and the clear skies.

West-A construction starts along 522 in Kenmore

The City of Kenmore has announced the beginning of the West-A improvements along 522 between 65th Avenue NE and the east-end city limits.

Roadwork coming to 234th Street SW

Snohomish County Department of Public Works has granted Puget Sound Energy (PSE) and InfraSource Construction authorization to close one lane of traffic on 234th Street SW.

Roadwork along the 4100 block of 212th St. SE

The Snohomish County public works department has issued permission to Puget Sound Energy (PSE) and InfraSource Construction to alter lane closures along 212th Street SE in Bothell.

Northshore Family Center offers preschool for low income families

The Northshore Family Center's Center for Human Services announced free Head Start pre-school for low-income families in the Northshore area.

Tab fees an option in Bothell to fund street repairs, maintenance

During the 2015 Bothell City Council retreat, and again at the April 7 City Council meeting, a potential Transportation Benefit District (TBD) license fee was discussed to help partially fund street maintenance costs in Bothell.

Armed gunman attempts second house burglary, tazed by police | King County Sheriff’s Blotter

The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the King County Sheriff’s Office that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The King County Sheriff’s Office blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kenmore.

Verde construction may have violated two Bothell municipal codes

As the controversy around Bothell Mayor Joshua Freed and the purchase of the Wayne Golf Course intensifies, more information about other developments tied to Freed are coming to light - including two possible Bothell municipal code violations.

The Kia K900 is affordable opulence

The Kia K900 is a luxury sedan aimed at the purchasers of BMW 7-series and Mercedes Benz S-Class, however, whether it has what it takes to lure drivers away from German-made and into Korean-made cars is another matter.

Distracted driving law dies in Olympia

Senate bill 5656 would have expanded Washington State's ban on talking and texting to include emailing and searching the web while behind the wheel, also known as distracted driving, has died in Olympia.