[All coronavirus outbreak news]

Over 100 forced to disperse as Everett evicts homeless camp

The ACLU urged city leaders not to sweep the stopgap camp off Rucker Avenue. It was cleared Thursday afternoon.

‘Voice of Everett’ receives Herald’s top Emerging Leader award

Julio Cortes, 34, brings ‘passion and fearlessness to uplift our community.’

Humpback whale hit by Mukilteo ferry, Chip, is presumed dead

The whale, age 3, has not been seen since being struck Monday. His companion was later seen alone.

Navy now plans to send 3 more ships to Everett

The destroyer USS John S. McCain is the latest with plans to move here within the next 13 months.

Frontier hid fees and over-promised internet speeds, AG says

The company, which recently sold its holdings, has agreed to pay $900,000 to the state and customers.

Her wedding was weeks away when Marysville crash occurred

Sarah Blomquist, 22, hoped to become a teacher. She’s been unconscious since the Highway 9 crash.

Buffets and salad bars back on the menu in Snohomish County

Gov. Jay Inslee has revised rules to allow self-serve food areas in Phase 2 of the state’s reopening.

Most fall sports at Everett CC, Edmonds moved to spring

In an announcement, the NWAC also announced a delay to the men’s and women’s basketball season.

Defying the norm, Bethany adds wings for skilled nursing

The need is great at a time when many care facilities are closing due to low reimbursement rates.

Most of our weed issues are self-inflicted because of poor timing — aka neglect. It’s the No. 1 failure of gardeners. (Getty Images)

How to keep pesky weeds away for a much healthier garden

You’ll continue to have weed problems if you don’t plant new plants or cover the ground with mulch.

Coronavirus

Inslee: Trump threats on reopening schools ‘hogwash’

The president said he’d hold back federal money if school districts don’t bring students back in the fall.

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Commentary: COVID has made working moms’ struggle clear

The difficulties and inequities for working moms haven’t changed. What has is the urgency for change.

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State: Held up jobless claims to be resolved by end of month

Just under 35,000 people are still waiting for resolution of their claims for unemployment benefits.

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Marketplace
LaVonne Olsen, Peoples Bank

What to do if you’re the victim of identity theft or financial fraud

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With safety measures in place and with the help of riders following public health guidelines, public transit can continue to be an essential and reliable transportation option for anyone who needs to travel in our region.

Community Transit partners with riders on safety measures

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This kitchen project makes a new-to-you home ‘yours’

Engineered stone provides a beautifully practical solution to tired counters

 

Planting now, for the future

Active forest management does much more than produce timber and toilet paper.

 

Editorial Cartoons

Editorial cartoons for Friday, July 10

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Editorial cartoons for Thursday, July 9

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Editorial cartoons for Wednesday, July 8

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Editorial cartoons for Tuesday, July 7

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Photography

Protests continue, spreading to Granite Falls and Mukilteo

Hundreds of people in the small cities joined marches and demonstrations decrying racism.

 

Health-care workers take a knee at Providence in Everett

The nationwide event was sponsored by White Coats for Black Lives.

 

Gallery: Locked down, socially distant in Snohomish County

Daily Herald photographers share their images of life during the weeks-long stay-home order.

 

Tyler Chism was diagnosed with COVID-19 and is currently cleared, by CDC standards, but chooses to remain indoors at home on March 20 in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Gallery: Life in Snohomish County as coronavirus takes hold

A collection of images by our staff photographers from our COVID-19 coverage over the past month.