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Arlington real estate company Vine Street Group donated an all-terrain vehicle to the Arlington Police Department on Nov. 20. The ATV will be used for… Continue reading
Everett Firefighters IAFF Local 46 collected toys through December to donate to Toys for Tots and Christmas House. “As firefighters it’s our mission to help… Continue reading
Authorities say Russell Beeman, 57, lived a crime-free life before two Wells Fargo branches were hit.
AMVETS hopes to avoid stepping on the toes of nearby American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts.
Sister Barbara Geib, a pillar of Monroe Catholic parish and chaplain to first responders, dies at 85.
A weekly collection of The Herald’s top images by staff photographers and others.… Continue reading
Investigators estimated the damage at $80,000.
The Edmonds Lions Club on Jan. 22 donated $5,400 to the Edmonds Food Bank. Proceeds come from a raffle of gift certificates donated by local… Continue reading
She’s compiled a list of books, DVDs and online resources for armchair winter sports fans.
St. Thomas More Parish School in Lynnwood celebrated Catholic Schools Week, Jan. 28-Feb. 2. Catholic Schools Week is a tradition started in 1974. It celebrates… Continue reading
William Matthews initially denied any involvement but later told police he used a lighter to start it.
It passed a bill which would put a similar diversion center program in Spokane County.
A bill was approved to give every community a safe way to dispose of unused medications.
Police reports say he had altered training grenades into pipe-bomb-style devices.