Mill Creek

County faces tough questions about plans expanding urban growth

Growing pains in one of the fastest-developing parts of the state have left the Snohomish County Council with tough questions about how to… Continue reading

New health food grocer to open near Mill Creek sports arena

A fast-growing healthy foods grocer is coming to Mill Creek. Sprouts Farmers Market plans to move into Gateway Shopping Center, next to… Continue reading

Two injured in Mill Creek collision; lane closures clog traffic

Two people were taken to the hospital Monday after a van and a car collided in Mill Creek. It happened just before… Continue reading

YMCA honors volunteers

The YMCA of Snohomish County honored its outstanding policy, program, youth and financial development volunteers at a special recognition breakfast June 14. Policy Volunteers: Gary… Continue reading

Bags, curls and T-shirts: Some ways to keep cool this summer

or scary — in these sandwich bags by Russbe. The reusable bags are decorated… Continue reading

Teens selected for summer WAS program

Washington Aerospace Scholars is a competitive program for high school juniors from across the state whose academic performance on the WAS Phase One curriculum qualified… Continue reading

Seattle Hill Road set to close June 23-26 for construction

The first planned closure of Seattle Hill Road for construction is scheduled from Friday to Monday. The roadway will be closed for… Continue reading

Highway 527 lanes to close off and on for tree work

Southbound lanes of Highway 527 will be closed intermittently Wednesday through Friday while crews remove a dying tree. The work area runs… Continue reading

Brandt wins city scholarships

Abigail Brandt, a graduating senior from Archbishop Murphy High School, received a $1,000 scholarship from the Association of Washington Cities. She earlier received a $500… Continue reading

Rambler’s back yard is a little slice of Mill Creek heaven

The back yard of the 1987 rambler survived two active boys, hundreds of neighbor kids and the trampling of dogs. Now it’s… Continue reading

Fire District 7 threatens to end contract with Mill Creek

Snohomish County Fire District 7 is threatening to end its longtime partnership with the city of Mill Creek. Fire commissioner Randy Fay… Continue reading

Local Wesleyan students receive prizes

Two local students who attend Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn., were honored at a May 10 reception. Julia Indivero, of Mill Creek, a Jackson High… Continue reading

AAUW Everett names top juniors for STEM

The American Association of University Women Everett branch recently honored 12 high school junior girls with Certificates of Excellence for their achievements in math, science… Continue reading

Teen scientists compete to Imagine Tomorrow

More than 100 high school teams from across the Pacific Northwest competed May 20 at the 2017 Imagine Tomorrow conference. Jackson High School students Harshu… Continue reading

Teen injured after jumping in front of car in Mill Creek

A 19-year-old man was hospitalized early Saturday morning after he jumped in front of a car on 132nd Street SE, Mill Creek… Continue reading

In Uniform: Special parking for combat vets in Mill Creek

VETERAN NEWS Special parking in Mill Creek: Purple Heart recipients and other combat-wounded military personnel and veterans can now park in designated spots at City… Continue reading

High-speed chase from Mill Creek to Snohomish ends in arrest

A man was arrested early Wednesday after a high-speed pursuit that wound from Mill Creek to south Everett to Snohomish. No injuries… Continue reading

Volunteers dove into a variety of projects on Day of Hope

A warm and sunny weekend was perfect for working outside. About 1,500 people were well positioned for that on the third annual… Continue reading

Teen thespians receive Driftwood scholarships

The Edmonds Driftwood Players awarded $500 scholarships at a ceremony April 24. Local winners: Andrew Kim, an Edmonds-Woodway High School senior, plans a double major… Continue reading