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The stores that are an island attraction for locals and tourists help fund the food bank.
Shane McDaniel and his twin sons split 40 cords to give to the needy. It took months, and muscles.
These twins have been behind the wheel of Everett Transit buses since the early 1980s.
At Kamiak High, the lockers actually lock and classes do not start on the hour. Weird. Very weird.
After a theft gone awry, the iconic statue of an Evergreen Way saloon now stares down from the roof.
Swedish/Edmonds nurse Stefan Torres is in the limelight for his award-winning flicks.
The City Council has voted 4-3 to get outside legal advice to investigate contract practices.
Kevin Grigsby, vinyl purist and Deadhead, is reliving and reselling the ’60s in his Lynnwood garage.
The dress code was Halloween-chic for a wedding at the Snohomish Community Food Bank.
Although most will be home-based, a bureau is slated to open next summer in Everett.
The 50-year Lynnwood landmark, which sells bait, gear and military items, is going to online sales only.
Challenger teacher Nardos Habtemicael created special section of multicultural books in the library.
Three seats are open — one in the Senate and two in the House — in Nov. 6 election.
It would be the biggest payout ever for Mega Millions. If you prefer cash up front, it’s $565 million.
The government is hiring now for the 2020 tally. Most jobs are home-based with flexible hours.
Sutter, 56, recently took over the top post at the Tulalip Tribes Police Department.
The city might decide Monday on fencing and concrete changes in the ferry terminal plan.
A couple is charged with first-degree robbery in alleged attack on pizza delivery man.
Boys & Girls Club needs sponsors to fund items big and small in its new building.
Officers are sporting pink shields for breast cancer awareness during October. Hairy faces are next.