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The Friends of Cottage Lake will host its third outdoor fundraising concert in an effort to reduce invasive milfoil and an unhealthy amount of phosphorus in the local body of water.The group hopes to raise $8,000 to cover the costs of milfoil treatment at Cottage Lake next summer, FOCL Presi…

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New reporter Madysen McLain, a recent graduate of Washington State University, joined our expanding team at the Woodinville Weekly on Sept. 1. 

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Residents at The Creekside, a senior living facility in Woodinville, launched a month-long charity drive for the Forgotten Dogs Rescue on Thursday, Aug. 26. Mayor Gary Harris, alongside his wife Carol, donated several bags of dog food. In honor of National Dog Day, the infamous Freddy the Ba…

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Cars of all makes and models stopped by The Big Woodinville Car Show at the Woodinville Sports Club on Sunday, Aug. 29. The event, which was hosted by the Woodinville Cruisers Car Club, recorded over 150 vehicles.

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It’s no secret the COVID-19 pandemic further amplified existing inequities across Washington state. Access to healthcare, housing, education, broadband and childcare are some of the longstanding barriers that became even more apparent over the last year and a half.

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Initial election results indicate King County voters have shown strong support for the six-year Best Starts for Kids levy in the primary election on Tuesday, Aug. 3. The measure is passing with about 59% of county residents in favor of renewing the levy. 

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Over the last week, several new laws related to police went into effect in Washington State, including HB 1310, HB 1054, and SB 5066. These laws impact police departments on a range of issues and will change how Woodinville Police operates. Here’s why you should care: if you call 911 because…

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As of July 25, cities in Washington state are required to allow transitional housing and supportive housing in any zones in which hotels are allowed. Woodinville recently adopted an ordinance to put in place interim development regulations in order to be in compliance with the new law, which…

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The U.S. Department of Justice and the Department of Health and Human Services announced on July 26, the 31st anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, that “long COVID” may be seen as a disability under the ADA and in the Affordable Care Act, according to a press release.

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The Woodinville Chamber has announced the 2021 Celebrate Woodinville Grand Marshal. The person who holds this title typically has the honor of leading the Celebrate Woodinville Community Parade, but this year will be a little different.

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With the primary election quickly approaching, 10 candidates for the school board shared why they are the best fit to represent all 23,000 students in the Northshore School District. 

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On Tuesday, July 6, Woodinville City Council appointed Phil Mark to fill the seat vacated by former councilmember Chuck Price. Mark was selected in a 4-1 vote, with Councilmember Susan Boundy-Sanders voting for the other candidate Michelle Evans and Councilmember Mike Millman abstaining beca…

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An early-morning fire on Friday July 2 caused extensive damage at Viva Pizzeria, forcing the indefinite closure of the restaurant. However, co-owner Tanya Fraioli said she’s feeling confident that it will open again. 

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With nearly 70% of Washingtonians now immunized with at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, medical experts from EvergreenHealth in Kirkland say the number of cases and hospitalization are starting to decline.

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In an effort to help Northshore School District evolve beyond the pandemic and into the future, four mothers are vying for the open District 5 seat on the school board of directors. 

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The King County Library System (KCLS) encourages King County residents of all ages to participate in its annual Summer Reading Program from June 1 to Aug. 31, according to a press release. 

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In a continued effort to oust the current Northshore School District board of directors, a group of parents and kids gathered outside the district offices on Monday, May 24 to protest the slow return to in-person learning. In attendance were various candidates vying for positions on the boar…

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