Construction is to begin in April. Pledges of $800,000 are needed to complete the project.
Anthony Schmidt, who is on the autism spectrum, has gallery exhibits, 2,500 model cars and a real 1957 Ford named Betty.
The winner has until Dec. 8 to claim the prize from a lottery ticket sold June 11 at Goodies Food.
Jacob Akers, 29, a Costco shelf stocker, knits cardigans made famous by the 1998 cult classic guy flick.
A signal box by Alderwood mall is a throwback to an era of big hair, lampooned on local sketch show “Almost Live.”
Local malls say he’s ready for a normal holiday, with kids on his knee. Want to stay ho-ho-home? Long-distance options remain.
PAWS in Lynnwood seeks TV donations to keep all 30 of its cats happy and entertained.
Over 100 vendors will be at the Monroe fairgrounds this weekend at the free bazaar of the bizarre.
Sean Reich teaches students, staff and Ellen DeGeneres how to halve apples with bare hands.
Reporter Andrea Brown commuted on the “20-minute” sailing between Mukilteo and Clinton. Service is taking a toll.
Everett firefighter and paramedic Jack Murrin will return to the stage for a Halloween show at his home.
With both candidates, voters know what they’re getting with Jennifer Gregerson or Joe Marine.
Three newcomers are in races for two seats. In each case, there’s a candidate calling for a “back to basics” approach.
Everett Consignment in the former Bramble building has 60,000 square feet of new and vintage items.
Housing, waterfront and public safety top the list of concerns for candidates.
The state blames route cuts on COVID factors and not enough staff. The vaccine mandate is a factor.
Swords, armor and collectibles are included. The 19-acre property has a gun range and 9-foot dragon.
The only non-gray cart at a Woodinville Costco got a name change but kept its job — and its magical powers.
Meanwhile, the state has ended the 877-764-HERO program, whereby the public could report violators.
Evan Wiederspohn of Arlington won a competition and $250 for his bacon-cheese-burnt ends bites.