To help farmers clear their fields and generate a little extra cash, volunteers at the Sammamish Valley Alliance pushed out the last produce of fall harvest at its final pop-up market Tuesday, Oct. 6.
Woodinville’s planning commission voted unanimously to recommend that city council adopt the six-year capital improvement plan (CIP), during a virtual meeting Wednesday, Sept. 30.
MALTBY — Firefighters from Snohomish County Fire District No. 7, South County Fire, and Bothell Fire were dispatched to the scene of a burning commercial building on the 8300 block of Maltby Road on Thursday morning, Sept. 24, shortly after 11 a.m.
KIRKLAND — Kirkland Police have released descriptions of two male suspects involved in the shooting that claimed the life of a 16-year-old at Houghton Beach Park on Wednesday evening, Sept. 16.
MALTBY — Firefighters from Fire District 7, South County Fire, and Bothell Fire were dispatched to the scene of a burning commercial building in the 8300 block of Maltby Road this morning shortly after 11 a.m.
EVERETT — The 11th Annual Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County (DVS) Handbag Auction kicks off at 9 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 1 and concludes at 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 9.
KIRKLAND — EvergreenHealth is launching the next arm of clinical research studying the anti-viral drug Remdesivir as a potential treatment for COVID-19. The trial is known as the Adaptive COVID-19 Treatment Trial (ACTT), sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), was the first cli…
Three Redmond Police officers are on paid administrative leave after fatally shooting a 39-year-old woman Sunday evening at the Modera apartment complex in Redmond.
Housing and food security are at the top of Woodinville City Council’s priority list for using the remaining federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (known as CARES Act) funding.
The city of Bothell is partnering with the Northshore Senior Center to dispense $131,200 in grant relief dollars to eligible Bothell residents who lack sufficient income or resources to meet their financial obligations due to the coronavirus pandemic.
MONROE — Several fire agencies were dispatched just after 11 a.m. Saturday morning to a residential structure fire at the 9200 block of Woods Creek Road.
KENMORE — The Northshore Fire Department has named Doug McDonald, a 29-year veteran of the fire service, as the Department’s new Deputy Chief of Operations.
Kirkland based nonprofit Attain Housing is conducting a virtual fundraiser, “Home is Still Where the Heart Is.” The event kicks off Sept. 18 and will run through Sept. 24.
Planning and public spaces commissioners have placed widening the road at the trestle and bridge over Highway 522 as a top priority in the city's Capital Improvement Projects (CIP).
The Washington Department of Transportation is closing all lanes of SR 520 between Seattle and the Eastside to repair a damaged overhead sign structure and realign SR 520 ramps in Montlake.
DUVALL — Commuters are once again able to use State Route 203 south of Duvall. On Aug. 30 crews with Washington State Department of Transportation had pretty much wrapped up the project to remove the old culvert on Loutsis Creek, erect a first-of-its-kind arched bridge on the West Coast, and…
Four members of the Cedarcrest High School boy's cross-country team ran for a combined 160 miles over 24 hours to raise awareness for youth suicide prevention.
CHENEY – Firefighter Tyler Beahan and Provisional Lt. Kyle Byme with Woodinville Fire & Rescue along with Firefighter Mike Mentos from Shoreline Fire Department was among several crews deployed to contain the 200-acre Badger Lake fire 15 miles south Cheney.
In late April, the city of Woodinville's Human Services taskforce offered the nonprofit Farms For Life (FFL) a $10,000 COVID-19 relief grant to create a joint project to donate and deliver produce to agencies who serve people experiencing food insecurity it purchased from area farmers.
During the fall thousands of Chinook salmon make the long trek through the Ballard Locks to Lake Washington and upstream to the Sammamish River looking to spawn.
OLYMPIA — The state Office of Financial Management (OFM) has earmarked $2.5 million in federal funds for the professional development of educators for the use of online learning management systems.
SEATTLE —Desmond David-Pitts, a 19-year-old Alaska man, was charged with arson for setting fire to the Seattle Police Department’s East Precinct on Monday, Aug.24.
Detectives with the Snohomish County Multiple Agency Response Team (SMART) are continuing their investigation of the July 13 at Bothell Landing shooting incident that claimed the life of Police Officer Jonathan Shoop and caused injuries to a pedestrian.
Woodinville City Council, citing contract violations, last week revoked a grant aimed at distributing food to people in need and supporting area farmers. Members cast a 6-1 vote during an Aug. 18 meeting to terminate a $2,500 COVID-19 Emergency Human Services Grant awarded to Sammamish Valle…
Local Democratic incumbents have maintained strong leads, according to certified King County election results. The results, certified on Aug. 18, also showed much larger voter turnout than in the 2016 primary, according to a King County press release.
FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor has approved a grant for an extra $300 a week in unemployment benefits for a portion of Washington’s jobless population. The payments, according to a spokeswoman with the Employment Security Department, will be retroactive to Aug. 1, but no not everyone who has…
In an Aug. 13 poll of its Puget Sound workers, Amazon quired personnel where they would like to work outside of Bellevue and Seattle. The five options, according to USA Today, to consider were Bothell/Woodinville, Redmond, Issaquah, Renton, or Tacoma.
Crews with the Washington State Department of Transportation installed the fiberglass arches last Tuesday that will support the new fish passage culvert, which will eventually be located under SR 203 just south of the Big Rock Road in Duvall.
KIRKLAND —U.S. News & World Report has named EvergreenHealth among the best hospitals in the Puget Sound area and the state of Washington for the third year in a row, ranking it No. 3 in the Seattle Metropolitan area and No. 4 in Washington state. The 31st annual report compares nearly 5…
Northshore District athletes hopes of a limited fall sports season have been dashed with the recent Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) announcement of another modified schedule for the 2020-21 school year.
The Northshore Board of Fire Commissioners has given the thumbs up on a vote cast Wednesday, Aug. 6, to pursue consolidation with Woodinville Fire & Rescue.
When Carnation Farmers Market was readying for the season-opening on July 7, the uncertainty of pulling off a successful venue was lingering as organizers were in a state of flux.
SNOQUALMIE — Steam engine 924, built in 1889, will make its first public appearance during Snoqualmie Railroad Days on August 15. The historic locomotive is part of the Northwest Railroad Museum collection and is sure to be a crowd-pleaser at the event.
Four men were arrested in downtown Woodinville on Thursday, Aug. 6 following an online undercover sting operation conducted by Woodinville Police and King County Sheriff’s Office detectives.
BOTHELL — Citing recently released reports, Northshore School Superintendent Michelle Reid says it is not advisable to allow students to walk through the doors come September.
With dry conditions in the forecast, King County Fire Marshal Chris Ricketts has issued a Phase 1 burn ban for the unincorporated areas of King County. The ban will remain in effect until further notice and applies to all outdoor burning, except for small recreational fires in established fi…
Democratic incumbents for state Legislative Districts 1 and 25 emerged from this August’s primary election well ahead of their GOP challengers, according to preliminary results from King County.
BOTHELL — Staying true to her word of sharing fall reopening information as it becomes available, Northshore School Superintendent Michelle Reid said recently released reports show it is not advisable to allow students to walk through the doors come September.
BOTHELL — The Snohomish County Multiple Agency Response Team (SMART) is investigating an officer-involved shooting that took place in Bothell Wednesday evening.
Response teams from Woodinville Fire & Rescue, Woodinville Police Department, and the King County Sheriff's Office were alerted to a car-cyclist accident in the intersection of Northeast 171st Street and 143rd Place Northeast at 9:42 Monday morning. The incident claimed the life of the p…
Duvall — Construction crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation are removing an old culvert on Loutsis Creek just south of Duvall on State Route 203, and replacing it with a 15-foot tall arched bridge being billed as the first of its kind on the West Coast.
SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Alan Edward Dean, 62, was arrested Tuesday, July 28 for the April 1993 murder of 15-year-old Melissa Lee. Dean was taken into custody without incident at 5 p.m. near his Bothell residence.
Mukund Mohan, 48, of Clyde Hill has been charged with fraudulently seeking over $5.5 million in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans and laundering the proceeds. Clyde Hill is bordered by Kirkland, Bellevue, Medina, Yarrow Bay and Hunts Point.
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