Mill Creek

Andrea Rosen, mother of two, quit eating sugar more than 1,000 days ago. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

How kicking her sugar habit changed a Mill Creek mom’s life

Andrea Rosen quit eating sweets 3 years ago, lost weight, felt better and her family also benefited.

 

Drive times improve when traffic lights talk to each other

A new system is in the works from Boeing to Bothell, Lynnwood, Mill Creek and Mountlake Terrace.

 

New veterans group sets up shop in Mill Creek

AMVETS hopes to avoid stepping on the toes of nearby American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts.

 

City of Mill Creek
                                John Steckler takes the oath of office Tuesday after being appointed to the Mill Creek City Council.

John Steckler appointed to fill seat on Mill Creek council

Position 1 was formerly held by Sean Kelly, who resigned in late November.

City of Mill Creek
                                John Steckler takes the oath of office Tuesday after being appointed to the Mill Creek City Council.

Suspect sought in Mill Creek home package theft

The man reportedly posed as a delivery worker.

16 apply for vacant Mill Creek City Council post

The vacancy opened after the departure of former Councilman Sean Kelly, who moved away from the city.

The Rev. Mark Kohls delivers his sermon Jan. 21 at North Creek Country Church in Bothell. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Standing the tests of time

A tight-knit congregation fills the pews of North Creek Country Church.

The Rev. Mark Kohls delivers his sermon Jan. 21 at North Creek Country Church in Bothell. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Issues that Matter series tackles mental health

The gatherings, which are put on by Sno-Isle Libraries, feature experts on each subject and draw large crowds.

Police chase, capture man in suspected Mill Creek robbery

He reportedly was seen walking out of a jewelry store that was supposed to be closed.

Man suspected of robbing Rite Aids

Mill Creek police released a sketch Monday evening of the suspect.

Masonic lodges merge

Two south Snohomish County Masonic Lodges merged at a special ceremony Dec. 30 in Shoreline. Robert Burns Lodge 243 was founded in Alderwood Manor in… Continue reading

Mill Creek accepting applications for council seat

The previous occupant stepped down after revealing he had moved out of city limits.

He thought he was buying a cellphone but got robbed instead

The lesson: If you’re buying from someone online, don’t do the exchange in a dark parking lot.

Standout teen wins $25,000

Sriharshita Musunuri, a senior from the Henry M. Jackson High School in Mill Creek, won the individual category and a $3,000 scholarship in the Siemens… Continue reading

Caregiver gets $30 at pawn shop for 90-year-old’s wedding ring

Police recovered and returned the ring — and arrested an Everett cocaine-user who they say confessed.

Transit employees deliver holiday cheer

Employees with Community Transit and the Everett Community Service Office of the Department of Social and Health Services collected gifts and raised money for Giving… Continue reading

Church lines up to help families for Christmas

Each holiday season, Advent Lutheran Church in Mill Creek packs and delivers the ingredients for a traditional holiday meal to about 225 families in south… Continue reading

Man accused of fatally stabbing wife faces May trial

Matt Alton, of Mill Creek, is charged with second-degree domestic violence murder.

Clues in recovered backpack help identify robbery suspect

Police find a ticket with the man’s name on it after an attempted shoplifting at a Safeway.

Losing Mill Creek candidate wants to be declared the winner

Carmen Fisher sued to get the council seat now vacated by incumbent Sean Kelly, who lives elsewhere.