Bothell

Escape from work with lunch at Bothell’s Salted Grape Cafe

The cozy place offers quick bites, include hoagies, tacos and paninis, in a relaxing atmosphere.

 

Un-development: Buildings are coming down — and staying down

A habitat restoration effort on Little Bear Creek aims to offset damage from future road projects.

 

Ed Nixon, president’s brother, remembered at memorial service

He was a longtime Snohomish County resident who died Feb. 27 in Bothell.

 

Scottish ‘rock star’ returns to fix stone wall crafted in 2001

It’s more than a 220-foot-long wall made of rocks; it’s the foundation of a transatlantic love story.

Students walk to classes at the UW Bothell campus on May 5, 2018 in Bothell, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

UW Bothell sees unprecedented increase in applications

About 35 percent more incoming freshmen applied to attend the university this fall than last year.

Students walk to classes at the UW Bothell campus on May 5, 2018 in Bothell, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Country Village announces some shops will remain open until June

The well-loved village announced the two-month extension for certain businesses two days after its supposed closure.

Teen draws artistic inspiration from faith, family and music

Navid Rahbin, a North Creek High School junior, is creating illustrations, photos and video.

Bothell’s Country Village opened in 1981 and offers around 40 small businesses a place to operate. Aaron Kunkler / Bothell-Kenmore Reporter

After 34 years, Country Village shopping center closes

The Loveless family is selling the Bothell property to a townhouse developer.

Bothell’s Country Village opened in 1981 and offers around 40 small businesses a place to operate. Aaron Kunkler / Bothell-Kenmore Reporter
Passengers catch an Uber after arriving at Paine Field Friday. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)
Passengers catch an Uber after arriving at Paine Field Friday. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

From Bothell to Boeing: Green Line bus route begins Sunday

The new rapid route will connect with the popular Swift Blue Line at Highway 99 and Airport Road.

Chris Poage, a Bothell multi-instrumentalist, is performing with his band at March 16 at McMenamins Anderson School. (Kayla Lynn)

Bothell multi-instrumentalist’s message: Chase your dreams

The Chris Poage Band will perform songs from its new album at the McMenamins Anderson School.

Chris Poage, a Bothell multi-instrumentalist, is performing with his band at March 16 at McMenamins Anderson School. (Kayla Lynn)
Water over 35th Avenue SE in Mill Creek. (City of Mill Creek)

Sinking Mill Creek arterial reopens after extended repair

Crews shut down part of 35th Avenue SE for months to fix a section that often wound up under water.

Water over 35th Avenue SE in Mill Creek. (City of Mill Creek)

After pause, pipeline expansion gets initial county approval

Some neighbors have concerns about the natural gas project through Bothell, Clearview and Maltby.

Ed Nixon (left) with his brothers, President Richard Nixon (center) and Donald Nixon, in San Clemente, California, in 1970. A longtime Lynnwood resident, Ed Nixon died Wednesday at age 88. (Richard Nixon Foundation Photo)

Ed Nixon lived for years in Lynnwood and once taught at UW

The former president’s youngest brother, who died at 88, wrote of his boyhood, campaigns and Watergate.

Ed Nixon (left) with his brothers, President Richard Nixon (center) and Donald Nixon, in San Clemente, California, in 1970. A longtime Lynnwood resident, Ed Nixon died Wednesday at age 88. (Richard Nixon Foundation Photo)

Visit Snohomish County breweries during Saturday’s open house

About a dozen local brewhouses are opening their doors for this year’s Washington Beer Open House.

Brother of President Richard Nixon dies in Bothell

Edward Nixon was the last surviving brother of the former president. He was living in a nursing facility.

Alleged shooter at large, 3 arrested in teen’s death

Police say Raul Cuadros, 19, of Bothell, died Sunday in a drug ripoff at an Everett Jack in the Box.

Bothell neighbors irked by colleges’ parking garage plan

Five floors and 600 stalls would address a shortage for students of UW Bothell and Cascadia College.

Lawmakers want carpool lane cheaters to pay a higher penalty

And an extra amount could get tacked on for those who put a dummy in the passenger seat.

In a mock trial, North Creek students puzzle over evidence

The fictitious court proceedings at Bothell Municipal Court were filled with laughter and applause.