Bothell

Chef Greg Claus of Revolve Food & Wine pairs food and wine that creates lasting sensations. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

A Bothell chef demystifies the art of pairing food and wine

Chef Greg Claus of Revolve Food & Wine shares his philosophy: Drink the wine you like with the food you like.

Chef Greg Claus of Revolve Food & Wine pairs food and wine that creates lasting sensations. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

County hires UW-Bothell vice chancellor to lead Public Works

Kelly Snyder will replace Steve Thomsen, who retired in December after 33 years with the county.

Everett man charged with robbing four banks in one week

He warned of an armed man waiting outside and made off with thousands of dollars, prosecutors wrote.

Amazon names its big, yellow lockers: Call me Iggy

Somewhere in the world, or down the street, there’s an Amazon Locker that probably shares your name.

Mara Rozzano chosen to be Bothell’s municipal court judge

Before her work in Monroe, she spent 24 years primarily as a criminal prosecutor for Snohomish County.

Get artsy with your food at this 6-week workshop in Bothell

Cloud 9 Art School’s Anya Toomre will teach sketchbook techniques in a workshop held Jan. 8 to Feb. 12.

Man convicted of robbing banks allegedly has done it again

Police in Bothell and Marysville are investigating him for robbing two banks within days.

Bothell man dies in I-5 crash in Mountlake Terrace

The man, 28, reportedly was not wearing a seatbelt when the vehicle struck a bridge abutment.

Bothell murder conviction overturned by state appeals court

A Superior Court judge’s edit to a jury instruction upended the verdict in the trial of Jesse Ackerman.

And the name for new Northshore school is … Ruby Bridges

More than 700 names were submitted for the elementary. The civil rights leader said she “is honored.”

Thompson captures Bothell City Council post by 5 votes

Meanwhile, recounts will decide seats on the Everett School Board and the South County Fire commission.

Kamiak, Jackson and Mariner top feeder schools to UW Bothell

Snohomish County makes up 27% of the freshman class at UW’s Bothell campus.

Maltby’s new wine country is kept in a not-so-secret Vault

Six wineries and a distiller have moved to a new facility that was custom-built to their requirements.

This Bothell ballot battle is still too close to call

Mason Thompson trailed Leigh Henderson for two weeks. He moved ahead by two votes on Thursday.

Electric scooters will remain in Bothell, for now

A 90-day pilot program has ended for the rented rides and the city has extended the trial 180 days.

Jim Corcoran at his home near Mill Creek on Friday. He’s donated the land to Snohomish County, to be preserved as a park. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Bothell-area man donates land worth $1.5 million to county

Jim Corcoran has lived on the property since 1986. Now, it will be preserved forever as a park.

Jim Corcoran at his home near Mill Creek on Friday. He’s donated the land to Snohomish County, to be preserved as a park. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Buckle up for a madcap romp through Shakespeare’s 37 plays

The Reduced Shakespeare Company’s show is Oct. 19 at Northshore Performing Arts Center in Bothell.

Bothell’s Susan Zahler, 59, and her daughter Alicia Lochrie, 33, (right) survived the Las Vegas shooting rampage that killed 58 people at a country-music festival on Oct. 1, 2017. The women have struggled with the aftereffects of what they saw, heard and survived. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

‘Too many triggers’ bring back the horror of Vegas shootings

Bothell woman and daughter survived 2017 country-music festival rampage, but live with aftereffects.

Bothell’s Susan Zahler, 59, and her daughter Alicia Lochrie, 33, (right) survived the Las Vegas shooting rampage that killed 58 people at a country-music festival on Oct. 1, 2017. The women have struggled with the aftereffects of what they saw, heard and survived. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Northshore School District servers hit by cyberattack Friday

Schools are staying open, but student data and other systems are shut down.

Bothell man, 72, died while hiking near Spada Lake

Search and rescue teams found him quickly, but he was already dead on Greider Lakes Trail.

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