Skyler MacKay, 14, of Lynnwood is collecting 1,000 toys for his Eagle Scout project. Toys will be given year-round.
The latest settlement marks the earliest known allegations against Kurt Hollstein, who worked in the district until last year.
Four days after his arrest, Jeffrey Premo, 52, was no longer in custody. He remains a suspect in the killing of Jennifer Brinkman, 19.
The sophomore quarterback’s growth since last year’s championship loss was the biggest difference for the Vikings on offense this time around.
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The Queen of the Skies was dethroned by smaller, more fuel-efficient jets. The last 747s were built for a cargo carrier.
Not long ago, the Snohomish County PUD projected 50,000 electric cars registered in the county by 2040. Now it expects up to 660,000.
Plus, Meadowdale grad Rover Stewart is named the NWAC Athlete of the Year, Aussie football is coming to Lake Stevens and more.
Taylor Goebel shares news of her departure, as well as her favorite moments as The Herald’s food & drink reporter.
Pecans, cinnamon, brown sugar and butter liven up roasted pumpkin and other winter squashes.
A Costco-size bottle of Neutrogena Rainbath takes the author back to the carefree days of seventh grade
Ramadan is perhaps the best time to travel to the country where the Islamic world meets the Christian world.
Also, Boeing workers’ donations support local nonprofits and fundraiser for businesses impacted by Bolt Creek wildfire.
More than just space, the Everett museum’s new $25 million wing is an investment in mental health.
The goal for more electric cars will require a beefed-up grid and a network of charging stations.
Three Herald photographers chose a favorite photo and share the behind-the-scenes of how they got that shot.
Almost half of Snohomish County PUD customers lost power early Saturday morning. It could take days for all households to be restored.
Lynnwood is home to the nation’s 2ooth Gold Star Family Memorial, featuring three unique items built into the foundation
Event in Lynnwood draws many dressed as catrinas, or skeletons. More festivities slated this week.
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Cooke Aquaculture has until Dec. 14 to wrap up steelhead farming and begin deconstructing their equipment.
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