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The city’s revenue projections are not keeping pace with spending, and costs are mushrooming.
The city says the conditions at Broadway Station Apartments were unsafe for tenants.
The baristas say they seek to protect their civil rights. The case is on hold pending the appeal.
The chain restaurant is listed as a tenant in new development at Alderwood mall.
Faith Lutheran seeks to offer fellowship, service opportunities to immigrants
Free training focuses on a known strength of coaches: Being positive role models.
Trains have been blocking access to one side of the new housing development.
His stepmom, 53, was left for dead in the road on the Tulalip Indian Reservation. She later died at the hospital.
The Port of Everett has installed bold new public art in anticipation of a new hotel and shops.
An 82-unit complex, with social services on site, is planned for Baker Heights in north Everett.
Volunteers at St. Mary Catholic Church have backpack ministry work parties every week.
Police reports say he had altered training grenades into pipe-bomb-style devices.
Minor landslides and high water prompted closure of some Snohomish County roads Sunday and Monday.
David “Pete” Vier was arrested in Wyoming after two girls, 13 and 15, contacted police.
On this day it was navigation. Next month, texting. Classes demystify the computer in your hand.
The building ties into plans to redevelop the south end of town around the waterfront.
Convicted sex offender Jerry Wood reportedly tried to have the woman killed.
Lars Snow’s freedom is a possibility thanks to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling about young offenders.
The girls likely had little air left in the room, officials say.
Little Cedars Elementary says the move will reduce its waste by 38 bags a year.