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A field of 20 is now down to six. They are contenders for a seat vacated by Anna Rohrbough.
Salons are busy styling and removing hair in Phase 2. But no more wine or magazines for clients.
Mike Papadimitriou, 90, closed the shop his uncle started in 1934. He’s retiring, and will be missed.
The building with a colorful past of dancing and fine dining at 1414 Hewitt Ave. is for rent — again.
The state classifies them as gatherings and says no more than five people can attend — per week.
Is it FOMO — Fear of Missing Out — that makes us crave battered and breaded fun on a bun?
“I’m just here for the looting,” a teen told police Monday. Costco and other nearby stores also closed.
Increased use of hand sanitizers and disinfectants has led to more calls to the Poison Helpline.
Bob Martin is defying orders to close. The man he calls his attorney didn’t go to law school.
It’s against the law to deface public property with spray cans, no matter how artful.
You can fill the vacancy for Anna Rohrbough’s sudden departure. Pay is $500 a month.
The controversial aerospace owner and failed council candidate has launched another mailer campaign.
South Whidbey Animal Clinic vets primped up a 2007 Nissan Xterra for house calls and other services.
There are dozens of prizes worth millions unclaimed. Winners have 180 days from draw date.
Enjoy a margarita or a Manhattan with lunch or dinner to go. At Buck’s in Everett, you keep the mason jar.
Martin felt emboldened by Sheriff Fortney, whose office later served him a cease and desist order.
Face masks make a fashion statement. It’s the dress code for Costco and now the White House.
Bob Martin estimated he’s done 150 haircuts, without gloves, since defying an order to close amid COVID-19.
He was honored in the “2 minutes of gratitude” Mukilteo parade for COVID-19 heros. He rode his bike.
The push will be strong in the fall for flu shots, in the event the coronavirus pandemic comes back.