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The city of Bothell lowered its flags Sept. 20 in remembrance of 1st Lt. Nicholas Madrazo, a U.S. Marine from Bothell killed in action while serving in Afghanistan.
The Northshore Senior Center is bracing for a fallout from King County’s projected $90-million budget deficit for 2009.
Deanna Neher is looking for a few good hosts. The Kenmore resident is a board member for Today’s Hope, a non-profit working to provide autistic children with funding for early intervention services.
Isoutsource.com, a local industry leader in information-technology (IT) services focused on small to medium businesses, is set to open a new office in Bothell to more effectively cover the entire Puget Sound region. Starting Sept. 8, the Queen Anne-based company shifted a number of employees, including many of their Eastside-based consultants, to the new location on North Creek Parkway.
The following Western Washington University students from Bothell have received scholarships for the 2008-2009 academic year:
City of Bothell urges residents to prepare for disasters
With ridership nearly 7 percent higher than this time last year, Metro Transit is adding two new bus routes and more service on 20 routes throughout King County, as it kicks off its September service change beginning Sept. 20. This includes some changes for the Northshore area.
Andru Edwards moved to the Northshore area as a matter of health, at least for his business.
Kenmore could be the first city in line for a pilot project that brings ferry service to Lake Washington next summer.
A Bothell Marine known for his warm smile and fierce play on the soccer field died Sept. 9 while serving in Afghanistan.First Lt. Nicholas A.… Continue reading
The city of Kenmore addressed residents’ concerns about flooding in the Swamp Creek area at a Sept. 2 public meeting.
A local employee union is threatening to file charges of unfair labor practices against the Northshore Utility District (NUD).
Working with the city of Bothell in an effort to improve safety and traffic conditions, a new traffic signal has been installed by Phoenix Development Corporation at the intersection of 228th Street Southeast and 31st Avenue Southeast as part of a new residential development. Phoenix has four new residential developments (approximately 140 homes total) in the area of the 228th and 31st intersection and funded both the design and construction of this $440,595 project.