Residents said water damage issues began years ago. Mid-winter repairs forced them into hotels.
Kyle Caperoon is the last of three defendants to be convicted in James Scannell’s death in 2020 at Langus Riverfront Park.
Council member Doug McCardle will step down this month. The process of finding a successor is under way.
The Small Business Administration offers loans to businesses, nonprofit and farms harmed by disasters.
Crews need to replace a girder on the 12th Street NE bridge that was damaged by an overheight load in September 2021.
Rosen, a city planning board member, is backed by five former Edmonds mayors. It’s unclear if incumbent Mike Nelson will run again.
UW travels to face No. 18 Gonzaga on Friday night. It will be the Bulldogs’ first game against a state foe in two years.
Six Huskies and one Cougar are named to either the first or second All-Pac-12 teams.
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, Eviation order book tops $2 billion and Bothell business incubator secures half-million dollar grant.
The Everett store that opened in May can trace its roots to an enterprising Girl Scout troop in Snohomish.
A threat helped scuttle legislation to pay local newspapers for the news social media profits from.
The Spartans outscore the Bruins 33-18 in the final quarter to rally for a 64-54 win.
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.
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