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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
- Nonprofit food program may continue — for now
- Annual seed swap set to begin ahead of planting season
- High school sports return under new restrictions
- Family-owned butcher shop slated to open in Woodinville
- Millman prioritizes growth planning, fiscal responsibility
- Reader Submitted Photo: Old Seattle Times press is demolished in Bothell
- King Conservation District to again offer electronic ballot access for voters
- Northshore School District staff receive threatening emails in response to Black History education
- Controversial clean fuels bill approved by the House
- Libraries awarded CARES Act grant to advance digital equity
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