Woodinville council approves three grid roads
With 5-foot bicycle lanes and 9-foot sidewalks on every road within a 68-foot right-of-way, the City Council hopes they have passed a grid road ordinance that reduces congestion while being pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly.
Cities, counties ask more data on pipeline
Olympic Pipe Line Company will be reporting back to the Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council (EFSEC) on Dec. 9 to discuss its progress on ironing out dealings with the cities and counties through which its proposed petroleum pipeline would run.
City finishing up Comprehensive Plan
Mack's Corner as a possible historic landmark; mixed office and high density on 25 acres in the downtown; and low density on the Bellizi property are a few of the zoning decisions made by the City Council last week as part of the comprehensive plan.
Three students injured in early morning accident
Speed has been determined to be a contributing factor in the injury accident which resulted in a car fire and three trips to the hospital at 4:10 a.m. near Woodinville High School on Saturday, May 11.
Cottage Lake Park pool set to open
With summer around the corner, it's good to know that the Cottage Lake pool will be opening on schedule over the Memorial Day weekend.
Woodinville father and son part of search team for diver
Good Samaritans are still very much alive in the Pacific Northwest. John Pownall, Sr. and John Pownall, Jr. of Woodinville were among the private diving group called to search for a diver missing May 12 in waters near Bremerton.
Obituary: Leslie G. Gregory
Leslie Gregory, longtime resident of Woodinville, died May 15 at the age of 71. Mr. Gregory is remembered as a man who lived his life devoted to his friends and family.