Bothell

Family displaced by blaze near Bothell

A family was displaced after a house fire early Sunday north of Bothell. A man and a woman also suffered smoke inhalation, said… Continue reading

Why lawmakers failed to fix Sound Transit’s taxing boundary

What was supposed to be an easy fix for property owners stuck partway in the Sound Transit taxing boundary never materialized in the… Continue reading

DUI suspected in SUV driver’s Highway 527 crash in Bothell

A man, 57, was arrested for investigation of vehicular assault after a collision north of Bothell Saturday evening. He was suspected of driving… Continue reading

Everett educator recognized by UW Bothell

The University of Washington Bothell honored more than 50 of its community partners at a recognition luncheon June 8. Becky Clifford, the Everett School District’s… Continue reading

Bothell alum graduates from Air Force basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman Thomas Jenkins graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Jenkins is the son of Tom… Continue reading

New beer festival at McMenamins Anderson School in Bothell

After five years, the Everett Craft Beer Festival was effectively shut down earlier this year, meaning that Snohomish County lost its largest beerfest. In its… Continue reading

Family remembers man killed in unsolved Bothell homicide

Friends and family of Henry Faison gathered Wednesday night on Alki Beach in West Seattle to release lanterns in his memory. Faison, who was a… Continue reading

New shoulder lane drives down I-405 tolls at north end

Drivers who commute along I-405 are seeing lower evening tolls thanks to the new shoulder lane. In April, the state started allowing shoulder… Continue reading

Bothell teen, aspiring scientist, assembled school TED talk

Deepthi Chandra has been setting an example for North Creek High, months before the brand new school prepares to welcome its first students… Continue reading

Home builder awards scholarships

Sundquist Homes, based in Lynnwood, awarded $2,000 scholarships to Savannah Thompson (Northshore School District) and Emilie Mathiason (Edmonds School District). To submit items for Way… Continue reading

Biotech firm CMC Biologics to add 100 to 150 in Bothell

CMC Biologics plans to add 100 to 150 employees over the next two to three years as it becomes the hub for bioscience… Continue reading

County faces tough questions about plans expanding urban growth

Growing pains in one of the fastest-developing parts of the state have left the Snohomish County Council with tough questions about how to… Continue reading

Man faces drug, gun charges in drug deal that turned fatal

A King County man may face years in prison for his alleged role in a drug deal that ended in fatal gunfire. Brian… Continue reading

Olson graduates from Air Force Academy, Bothell High

Laura Olson has graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo. The graduate received a bachelor of science degree and was commissioned as… Continue reading

Students hold Rubik’s Cube showdown

Seattle Hill Elementary School hosted the Western Washington Rubik’s Cube Competition on May 20. More than 100 area elementary and middle school students participated. Fernwood… Continue reading

Teens selected for summer WAS program

Washington Aerospace Scholars is a competitive program for high school juniors from across the state whose academic performance on the WAS Phase One curriculum qualified… Continue reading

In Uniform

EVENT Aviator talk: The PBY Naval Air Museum holds its monthly no-host luncheon at 11:30 a.m. June 28 at the CPO Club, 1080 Ault Field… Continue reading

Revolve True Food & Wine Bar all about good-for-you eating

It’s Saturday. Relatives are in town. Where to go for brunch? If you live in south Snohomish County, a short drive to Main Street in… Continue reading

Sustainable Bothell community compromises with developers

At Songaia, they pride themselves on living lightly on the land. So when a national homebuilder prepared last year to raze the woods… Continue reading

Three earn big scholarships to Catholic university

Two local graduating seniors from Archbishop Murphy High School in Everett have earned Abbot Scholarships to Saint Martin’s University in Lacey. The full-tuition, need-based awards… Continue reading