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Kenmore residents throw a party at Kenmore Village

While the idea of a community summer party didn’t make it to the winner’s circle during the first ever For the Love of Kenmore event, held in early April, it did make it to the list of ideas coming to fruition.

City of Kenmore officials push for more access to light rail

Following a Sound Transit presentation concerning the impacts of light rail transit coming to Shoreline, some citizens and cities of Kenmore and Bothell are pulling together to see light rail run through the Northshore area.

2015 Elections Q&A with Candidates – Tim Ottersburg | #Vote2015

The November 2015 Bothell City Council Candidates have filed with the state and are getting ready for the coming elections.

Gasline work road closures along 2500 block of 196th Street SE

The Department of Public Works for Snohomish County has approved Puget Sound Energy (PSE) and InfraSource Construction LLC to close one lane of traffic on 196th Street SE along the 2500 block.

2015 Elections Q&A with Candidates – Davina Duerr | #Vote2015

The November 2015 Bothell City Council Candidates have filed with the state and are getting ready for the coming elections.

Local resident sights black bear at Big Finn Hill Park

This week has been a busy week in lives of wildlife of the Northshore area; not only has there been beavers building homes at Swamp Creek in Kenmore and deer flitting across the streets near Simonds Road and a local resident sighting a black bear at Big Finn Hill Park.

Burn ban enacting Monday to impact all of Snohomish County

Effective Monday, June 22, Snohomish County's Office of the County Fire Marshal (OCFM) will be enacting an outdoor burn ban for unincorporated areas of the county due to hot and dry weather conditions.

Bothell Chamber celebrates 11 years of business with free party

The Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce is celebrating their 11th birthday with an invitation for all to their free party on June 24.

Kenmore scraps more than 67,000 pounds of recycling

Kenmore's annual Spring Recycling Event was a huge success, with more than 67,000 pounds of recycling materials brought in by citizens.

FBLA offers car wash to fundraise Chicago trip

The Bothell High School FBLA is hosting a car wash fundraiser on Saturday, June 20, in the parking lot next to The Den Coffeehouse and Cafe.

Former NSD substitute teacher, arrested by Kirkland police, sentenced to 12 months for child porn

Kurt Kasner, former-substitute teacher of Northshore School District, plead guilty in April to possessing child pornography and was sentenced on May 29 to a year in jail. The court dismissed the second and third degree counts of child pornography.

Boaters beware: Renewal deadline June 30

The Washington State Department of Licensing is reminding boat owners that their annual boating registration deadline of June 30 is fast approaching.

NSD boundary changes finalized, some students face prospect of four schools in four years | UPDATE

The Northshore School District (NSD) announced the final draft plan for boundary changes that will impact the lives of each family in the Northshore area on May 29.

Meeting tonight at Kenmore City Hall on possible Link light rail along SR 522

Officials from Sound Transit gave a presentation during the June 15 Kenmore City Council meeting on the local options for accessing light rail.

Bastyr University hires Charles Powell as new president

Kenmore will not only be welcoming Charles “Mac” Powell as the new President to Bastyr University on July 1, but will also be welcoming one of the few openly gay men in the upper echelons of higher education - oh, and he’s a foodie.

Key to ‘Kenmore hearts’ awarded to outgoing Bastyr University president

The Kenmore City Council meeting on June 15 was paused to honor Dr. Daniel Church, current and retiring president of Bastyr University, and to present him the first ever Key to the City.

Chris Evans announced as Top Gear lead host

Today, the BBC announced a change in leadership to the Top Gear brand in the addition of Chris Evans as new lead host of the internationally popular TV show.

The Autos of E3 | UPDATED

Video games aren't just for killing orcs with elves or heading out into the stars to battle aliens; some of the most popular games are racing games, or those that heavily feature automotive combat.

Magical Adventure of Super Reader at Blyth Park

Blythe Park is hosting The Magical Adventures of Super Reader on June 30, starting at 7 p.m., as part of the City of Bothell's Programs in the Park series.

Kenmore Art Show presents Kirkland Choral Ensemble

The Kirkland Choral Ensemble will be performing at Bastyr Univeristy's Auditorium from 2 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, June 28.