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New Year's

A new baby restores optimism in the world-weary among us

For months I called him “Baby New Year” — but no. That title goes to newborn Jillian Britt in Snohomish County, and to a baby named

Date: 01/04/2015 | Local News

New Year’s stampede leaves 36 dead, 47 injured in Shanghai

SHANGHAI — Grieving relatives identified the bodies of loved ones a day after a stampede during New Year’s celebrations along Shanghai’s historic waterfront area killed 36 people. Some families lashed out at authorities, accusing them of being unresponsive to their plight and failing to prevent the...

Date: 01/01/2015 | Nation & World

A few things to work on in 2015

With the new year begun, it's customary to make a few resolutions. Typically, the custom applies to resolutions for oneself, but we'll make an exception here and recommend a few resolutions for others.Resolved: Those running for office should stop making...

Date: 01/01/2015 | Editorials

Fun with fizz

Try these cocktails to brighten up your New Year's Eve

Date: 12/31/2014 | Life

Make better eating choices

Slow and steady works for weight loss

Date: 12/28/2014 | Light for Life

Kids can ring in the new year a few hours early in Everett

Here's some good news, ye olde (and young) tired moms and dads.You only have to stay up until 9 p.m. on New Year's Eve to ring in 2015.At Imagine Children's Museum, families can party like they are in Times Square and do it...

Date: 12/26/2014 | Entertainment

Try these tips to help beat the holiday blues

It’s supposed to be the season to be jolly — but not everyone feels like celebrating this time of year.

Date: 12/23/2014 | Life

How to avoid holiday party troubles

If John Olajide's staffers have one too many at his company's holiday party he'll have them shuttled home in a taxi or send them to a hotel room for the night."If they're at our party, we're responsible for them," says Olajide,...

Date: 12/06/2014 | Business Wire

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