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The dog’s odyssey landed him at the bottom of a “Silence of The Lambs” pit. A PUD crew saves the day.
Fred Sirianni of Marysville and his son, Jake, walked 19 hours from New York City to Connecticut.
Flu season officially starts Oct. 1, but shots are available now. Experts recommend not waiting.
Meet Charlotte Daphne-Celeste Buzard Simmons-Otness of Whidbey Island. Her mom’s initials are ORCAS.
“Hope the Whale” hopefully can do for Langley what “Rachel the Pig” did for Pike Place Market.
Sno-Isle Tech will have limited in-person classes for a chance “to see it, feel it, touch it, do it.”
The pandemic freed us from our desks and opened our eyes to the Everett around us.
To find the new art you might have to walk down an alley. Graffiti murals are on 16 walls downtown.
The hot HGTV show, in which dated Snohomish County homes get revamped, will expand to an hour.
Everett’s most notable home “holds the imagination of the city.” And it’s for sale.
Starting Saturday, waits for the busy crossings will still be long at times — but only half as long.
The FBI, among other agencies, is investigating two incidents. Officials don’t know what the motive was.
The New England classic sandwiches are sold by the highway in Freeland. It’s next to a pot shop.
The coronavirus lockdown means less metal is in circulation. Banks and merchants are desperate for change.
The fiberglass statue has social distanced atop a building in downtown Everett since 1983.
Check out the city-centric ship montage with an airplane wing, seagull, Funko crown, hockey stick.
Fewer boats mean longer waits on weekends. No more frolicking on the boat.
I got hooked on journalism while at a state mental hospital in the early 1980s. From the outside, it was gothic and foreboding. Inside were… Continue reading
Wai Eng opened his shop 35 years ago. Once he gets to know you, he knows what to make you. Cash only!
An Everett neighborhood staged a spectacular celebration for a 5-year-old boy with terminal cancer.