Business

Sushi Zone’s on Bothell’s Main Street, but has a Hong Kong feel

Believe it or not, Bothell's Main Street now has something in common with the city of Hong Kong. According to co-owner and chef Cody Lin, the double-decker, roughly 130-foot conveyor belt system that dominates his new Sushi Zone restaurant is one of only two in existence.

  • Jan 21, 2011

Artist finds home in Country Village’s vintage train car

Artist opens new business in Bothell's Country Village

  • Jan 21, 2011

Hilton Garden Inn Bothell holds grand opening

The Hotel Group (THG) gathered Jan. 18 at 22600 Bothell Everett Highway to celebrate the grand opening of its Hilton Garden Inn Bothell, the first Hilton brand hotel in the local market.

  • Jan 18, 2011

University of Washington, Bothell and Bellevue College to jointly enroll international students

A new type of educational partnership in the state of Washington will be launched Jan. 19, when the University of Washington, Bothell and Bellevue College sign a memorandum of understanding to establish a cooperative admissions process for international students studying business in the United States.

  • Jan 17, 2011

For Country Village sculptor, Christmas is an art form

For Dennis Brown, Christmas isn’t just one day or even a season. An artist for 35 years, for Brown, Christmas is pretty much a full-time job that lasts all year. His speciality: hand-molded, hand-painted Santas.

  • Dec 15, 2010

FDA gives A-OK to Bothell company’s cryo stem cell storage media

Bothell's BioLife Solutions Inc., a leading developer and marketer of proprietary hypothermic storage and cryopreservation media products for cells, tissues and organs, announced that its Master File for CryoStor cryopreservation media has been accepted by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

  • Nov 12, 2010

Elle Marie Hair Studio continues as top-five salon in 2010 ‘Best of Western Washington’ contest

Guests of Bothell's Elle Marie Hair Studio have recognized their salon as one of the best in Evening Magazine’s “Best of Western Washington” contest on… Continue reading

  • Nov 5, 2010

Kenmore receives boost in 3G wireless coverage with new Verizon cell site

Residents, businesses and visitors to the north end of Lake Washington are enjoying improved service thanks to the activation of a new Verizon Wireless cell… Continue reading

  • Nov 5, 2010

Bothell Hilton Garden Inn’s ‘doors are open wide’

Even before the doors formally opened, Bothell’s new Hilton Garden Inn was set to host a number of business meetings and a wedding reception, said… Continue reading

  • Nov 4, 2010

Bothell High grad Tomlin is new chief medical officer of Evergreen Healthcare

A 1972 graduate of Bothell High, Jeffrey Tomlin, MD, has been named the chief medical officer of Evergreen Healthcare in Kirkland.Tomlin is the executive director… Continue reading

  • Oct 29, 2010

Bothell High students volunteer at Rivershores

Bothell High FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) volunteered at Rivershores Mobile Home Park Oct. 16. Twenty-eight students assisted the residents with yard work and… Continue reading

  • Oct 25, 2010

Book lovers hope customers share their passion

Couple opens new book store in Bothell's Country Village

  • Oct 6, 2010

Emeritus Senior Living acquires Kenmore’s Spring Estates

Emeritus Senior Living, a Seattle-based operator of senior-living communities has acquired Kenmore's Spring Estates Senior Living Community. Emeritus operates more than 460 residential and assisted-living… Continue reading

  • Sep 30, 2010

Starting a business? Prepare a business plan / Business Tips

You wouldn’t start out on a cross-country trek without a map, so why would you try to start a business in King County without a… Continue reading

Bothell’s Eden Rock Communications keynotes LTE World Series Conference on Self-Organizing Networks

Bothell's Eden Rock Communications, LLC, a leading innovator of 4G wireless Self Organizing Network (SON) solutions, announced that it will be delivering the keynote address… Continue reading

  • Sep 13, 2010

Murray, Inslee announce new research and development funding for Washington Clean Tech Project

Sen. Patty Murray and Rep. Jay Inslee announced a new Department of Energy grant of $30 million for Belleuve-based Ramgen Power Systems Sept. 8. The… Continue reading

Bike rides become inspiration for couple’s Tandem: A Wine and Cheese Bar in Bothell

When she and husband, Brad, both were economically downturned out of gainful employment, Lisa Havens, 43, said the couple traveled almost 2,000 miles on their tandem bicycle built for two.

  • Aug 31, 2010

Brooks Biddle president says information regarding Lemon Law violation was ‘misleading’

According to the state attorney general's office, Washington’s Lemon Law requires that car dealers inform buyers if a vehicle has ever been returned to a manufacturer.

For Bothell owner, Senior Salons could be award winner

“I just knew I didn’t want to work for somebody else, have somebody else control my paycheck,” said Barbara Bollinger, 47, owner and operator of the Bothell-based Senior Salons.

  • Aug 18, 2010

Relocated Bothell community clinic is ‘health safety net’

Formerly known as Community Health Centers of King County, the private, but nonprofit HealthPoint has served as a community health center for the Seattle area for four decades, said HealthPoint Marketing and Communications Director Diana Olsen.

  • Aug 18, 2010