Two celebrations scheduled for graduating seniors
Concern, confusion, and hurt feelings have surfaced regarding the two events scheduled this week to celebrate the accomplishments of the seniors in the Woodinville area: the WHS Senior Celebration and the Woodinville Baccalaureate.
Woodinville introduces two new police officers
The City of Woodinville's community police force has said goodbye to Mark Konoske and Nick Minzghor--who have moved on to other assignments--and are greeting Officers Craig Barnes and Mary Pat Illingworth.
Field of Dreams project may be too pricey
With an asking price on the property reportedly two-and-a-half times its appraised value, King County is looking for an alternative to the "Field of Dreams" project at the corner of Woodinville-Duvall Road and 171st Avenue NE.
Citizen group struck from Fire Commission's agenda
The Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District Board of Commissioners voted 2-1 at its meeting to strike the Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) comment period from the agenda.
Kingswood residents waiting for asphalt
With complaints of tar-stained carpets and damaged automobiles and worries about their children's safety, parents in the Kingswood Valley development marched on City Hall again last Monday.
King County roads in for a long summer of traffic improvements
Capital Improvement Projects scheduled for this summer by the Washington State Department of Transportation include several in this area.
Metro announces new bus schedules
Service to the new Auburn race track, increased service in the Overlake area, and summer-quarter reductions in service to the University of Washington are among Metro Transit's annual June service changes.