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Ever wonder where the litter and graffiti are? They start work at 5 a.m. so you don’t see it.
“Essentially, we are having two flu seasons in one winter,” says an Everett Clinic doctor.
An Historical Society program will tell stories of lost landmarks and inmates who built bricks.
The brewer opens in Marysville Friday, two years after a crushing disappointment.
An analysis estimates there are 230 residents unhoused, and the city provides no services for them.
Hart and two others are named to All-Washington Academic Team of top scholars from community colleges.
Washington made a preemptive strike by securing him with a contract an extension through 2025.
The No. 1-seed Bulldogs squash any thought of an upset with a lopsided 87-49 win over the Knights.
It’s where you’ll find halo-halo, the Philippines’ most popular dessert.
Jordan Peele spins an occasionally baffling tale of a family terrorized by their exact doubles.
Experts in Everett began with Z cars, now service and modify a wide range of imports, domestics
You’re a valued member of the team at Procura Mortgage in Everett
Snohomish County Music Project invites you to tap into your creativity at Music YoUFEST
Everett Memorial Stadium will get new branding, promotional nights and a 15-foot statue.
Limiting vaping products’ availability and taxing them can address an alarming rise in youth vaping.
March 24 is a national day for soft bread with juicy meat and oozy cheese.
This time-lapse shows construction of the new airport terminal at Paine Field in Everett.
Surveillance video shows him rolling the chair out the door. He says he can explain.
The Panthers forced 25 turnovers and held the Golden Eagles to 34 points.
Herald photographers cover Snohomish County
People were eager to be aboard the first flights out of the new passenger terminal in Everett.
Images by Herald photographers
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The use of the encrypted messaging application could run afoul of the Presidential Records Act.
The Border Patrol is so overwhelmed that it announced plans to start releasing some families.
Still investigating the suspect’s background and why he led the officers on a chase.
After taking over from Puget Sound Energy, the maintenance would affect 53 miles of power lines.