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Former Kenmore store opens year-round Christmas boutique
Trained as an interior decorator, Chris Howard 10 years ago started a retail store on Bothell’s Main Street on what she called “a wing and… Continue reading
“Dear Customers: Life moves fast, that we know, but here at Carolina Smoke we like slow. If your wait seems long, just remember that we are not a fast food restaurant.”
Evergreen Hospital Medical Center, which serves the Bothell and Kirkland areas, has been named A Best Workplace for Recycling and Waste Reduction for 2009 by… Continue reading
Late last year, store manager Jenni Jensen described finding a new location for the Hidden Treasures thrift shop as a “Christmas miracle.”
Off a gravel drive on 53rd Avenue Southeast in Bothell (actually unincorporated Snohomish County), Jim Jamison is at the ready in his attached garage. Ready, that is, to go to work with what he hopes eventually will become the various tools of his trade.
Susan Knobeloch has joined Lovsted-Worthington of Bothell as director of personal lines operations. Knobeloch is an insurance-industry veteran who was a principal and manager of personal lines departments for more
ISOutsource, an information-technology services provider for small and medium-sized businesses in Bothell and other cities, has launched CIO Support services, which allows businesses to hire a chief information officer on demand with no long-term contract.
Hub International Limited announced that its Northwest operating unit has acquired the assets of Meier Insurance Agency, a Bothell-based full-service insurance brokerage firm offering commercial lines, personal lines and employee benefits products and services to customers throughout the Pacific Northwest. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
After spending 20 years in the same spot, the city of Bothell’s ambitious plans to redefine itself caught up with what had become a local institution in the form of Bothell Ski and Bike.
The University of Washington, Bothell has announced the winners of its eighth annual “Hell Night,” a student entrepreneurial competition.
Recently the Puget Sound Business Journal (May 22-29
University of Washington, Bothell professor Steven Collins said Bothell’s biotechnology infrastructure simply is not in the same class as that to be found in Boston or San Diego.