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The teen-sheltering nonprofit hopes to consolidate services and reach more young people in need.
It includes a holiday farmers market, a lighted boat parade, Santa visits and more.
Dr. Sanford Wright, an arts patron, started the fundraising variety show in 2001, after 9/11.
Over the past year, 4,762 local kids sported new clothing or shoes, thanks to Assistance League.
Patrick Hall is turning his front yard into environmentally friendly spot with the city’s blessing.
Harv and Jan Jubie, and Larry and Linda Jubie, are to be honored at the Festival of Trees.
They’re favorites on nighttime national TV, which means “broadcasting from an empty stadium.”
A joyful day at county courthouse tempered with the great need for stable, loving homes.
By year’s end, no U.S. carrier will fly passengers on the iconic Boeing jet, the first jumbo.
The costume and party-supply store on Evergreen Way will close for good on Nov. 30.
Army paratrooper Fred Fillbrook, 80, was instrumental in its return to the city.
Teen kidnapping victim Elizabeth Smart brings a message of hope to Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center.
It’s possible to fight seasonal affective disorder, but it takes effort.
Everett-based Housing Hope is using the money to help pay for construction of HopeWorks Station II.
Through its rituals, death is seen as a natural part of life, and the dearly departed are celebrated.
Eileen Simmons helmed the programs through the recession and guided it to service expansion.
Past and present players will rev up fans and sign autographs outside the Tulalip mall on Friday.
However, a donor is sticking with a pledge to help the nonprofit buy another location.
As a Daily Herald columnist, I’ve met remarkable people and learned much since 1997.
Fundraising event helps patients and residents at Bethany of the Northwest’s Everett area facilities.