'The Wedge' turns out against proposed development
Residents describe "The Wedge" as an island, bound by topography and the freeway and with only two ways out. Last week, the Wedge mobilized and more than 70 of its residents turned out for a city public hearing.
Ambulance goes back to Lions after 22 years of service
In 1974, the Woodinville Fire Department was known as the Summit Fire Department, with three full-time firefighters working five days a week, 30 volunteers, and a converted station wagon doubling as their ambulance and the chief's car.
Maltby community looking at options for local control
Roughly 30 people turned out last week to hear Rep. Dave Schmidt (R, 44th District) recount his experience and give his advice on the growing incorporation effort in the area.
Woodinville man charged with rape
Facing three counts of third-degree child rape, a Woodinville man pleaded not-guilty last Friday and a Kirkland woman will be arraigned Oct. 10 after both allegedly engaged in bondage and raped the woman's 15-year-old daughter as many as 50 times.
New ordinance to regulate Bothell adult entertainment
This Wednesday, city staff are expected to present to the Bothell Planning Commission a new draft ordinance regarding the regulation of adult entertainment businesses and strip clubs.
Obituary: Paul Richard Stubbs
Paul Stubbs, 27, of Woodinville died July 23 while vacationing in Aruba.