Bothell

Nite Wave is riding the ’80s nostalgia wave to sold-out shows

The Bothell band opened for Billy Idol in 2012. Now it’s playing New Wave hits for thousands of fans.

 

If you rent a scooter, it’s good to know where the brake is

At Lime’s First Ride Academy, participants learned that — and rules of the road. (Stay off the sidewalks.)

 

Bothell’s Country Village homes up for grabs, with a catch

Historic homes from the early 1900s are being offered up to anyone who can move them.

 

Eve Dietrich, 82, of Bothell, was one of 480,000 households selected to answer the mandatory 2019 Census Test. Half of those surveyed were asked the U.S. citizenship question, including Dietrich, who was born in London but has lived in the U.S. since her 20s. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Are you a U.S. citizen? Census asked a select few 240,000

The 2020 question was blocked, but a Bothell woman was among those required by law to answer it.

Eve Dietrich, 82, of Bothell, was one of 480,000 households selected to answer the mandatory 2019 Census Test. Half of those surveyed were asked the U.S. citizenship question, including Dietrich, who was born in London but has lived in the U.S. since her 20s. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

A quest to end queue jumping, especially on I-405 to Highway 522

Drivers use the maneuver to bypass a line of cars, waiting to merge until the last second.

Prosecutor won’t charge deputy who shot, killed Edmonds man

Nickolas Peters, 24, was shot shortly before voters passed a law easing prosecution against police.

Northshore enrollment growth has students shifting schools

Increasing numbers in the north end will affect North Creek and Bothell area campuses.

Bothell counselor was inappropriate with boys, charges say

He allegedly touched a 10-year-old underneath the shirt and often brought up sexual development.

Police: Father attacks son with bulldozer at Maltby nursery

John Postema, 78, the owner of Flower World, reportedly has had disputes with his son in the past.

UW Bothell’s oldest grad, 68: ‘I loved every minute of it’

A half century after high school, Linda Ellis survived statistics and earned the respect of classmates.

She’d go back to prison if it would erase her $7.6M debt

Christine Hendrickson stole expensive software from Microsoft. She’ll never pay off the restitution.

Decision made: Stanford appointed to vacancy in state Senate

His appointment created an opening in the House. Bothell councilwoman Davina Duerr tabbed for it.

Starting Monday, a reduced fare will be available for low-income riders on both Community Transit and Everett Transit. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Low-income fare available starting Monday

The ORCA LIFT card will now be accepted on Community Transit and Everett Transit routes.

Starting Monday, a reduced fare will be available for low-income riders on both Community Transit and Everett Transit. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Widened roads help keep pace with expanding neighborhoods

Upgrades to 35th Avenue SE are part of a $90 million plan for the Bothell-Mill Creek road network.

Bothell woman used employers as ‘piggy bank,’ stole $400K

Erin McCauley was a bookkeeper for a Lynnwood business. She was sentenced to three years in prison.

The A-Team has poured beers at Bothell’s The Bine since Day 1

Bartenders Mallory Galash, Alethea Kendrick and Valerie Hackett have become close friends.

Public’s help needed in locating missing Bothell man

Namig Bekirov last seen on June 7. His truck, with a Monster Energy decal, is also missing.

Styrofoam, rubber and more burn in Woodinville scrap fire

Foul-smelling smoke billowed over Highway 522 Wednesday evening, but it wasn’t believed to be toxic.

In May, 100 rentable e-scooters were placed in Everett and since have been whizzing down sidewalks in the city. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

E-scooters: more dangerous than Everett teen thought

Lily Rummel’s first ride will likely be her last, after colliding with a truck.

In May, 100 rentable e-scooters were placed in Everett and since have been whizzing down sidewalks in the city. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Maltby apartment proposal caught in traffic

Snohomish County planners are seeking a detailed traffic study for the 360-unit project near Highway 522.