Leave extra early or late if you can, pack the winter essentials and prepare for traffic whether driving, flying or sailing.
Jeremy DeBardi’s solo act — as singer, guitarist, drummer — went viral after 15 years in Everett’s local music scene.
The new warehouse opening was pushed back to Dec. 2. Meanwhile, it’s still under construction.
It took six years to get a Patches Pal plate through the Legislature. It honors the state’s beloved clown, who lived in Edmonds.
With no grand winner, the jackpot in the national lottery keeps growing.
Ticket sales end at 6:45 p.m. for Saturday’s big prize. The drawing is at 7:59 p.m.
The prize is the highest in world lottery history. Tickets are $2 and odds are 1 in 292 million.
But if you don’t play, you can’t win. Wednesday’s pot is the second highest in the multi-state lottery’s history.
The Everett Sons of Norway started a “Save the Osa” campaign to restore the 30-foot ship for parades and use on Lake Riley.
They hit it big on shopping channel QVC. The handmade holiday stockings with zippers and handles sell for $20 to $30.
The sought-after 12-foot skeleton, Skelly, has lit up social media since 2020. In Lake Stevens, spooky season started in June.
Lianna Neyens uses the game as a tool with her personal finance students. And it paid off for her in Hollywood.
Gov. Jay Inslee signed the name change proclamation in effect through the team’s postseason.
Health officials recommended people get vaccinated against influenza and COVID-19
Phil Spirito has a double-life as “Phil the musician.” His indie slowcore band is getting a surprise revival with album reissues.
For M’s fans in Everett, the end of a postseason drought feels “like the World Series” and “like everybody’s dream had come true.”
Graham Kerr, the granddad of cooking entertainment shows in the 1960s, calls Snohomish County home.
Flu season is here. COVID never left. Officials say it’s time for people to get shots.
The move to let children ride ferries for free is the latest result of Move Ahead Washington legislation.
Dr. Prabhat and Trish Bhama are part of a HUGS volunteer team providing treatment for microtia in Guatemala.