Andrea Brown

New study pulls back veil on Everett’s coronavirus patient

A New England Journal of Medicine article with local expert insight is guiding officials worldwide.

Coronavirus test results pending for two in Snohomish County

Health officials are monitoring 67 people who were in close contact with the Snohomish County man.

County resident is among 7 with negative coronavirus test

Result is pending for another Snohomish County resident tested of 16 in state sent to CDC lab.

2 county residents among 8 statewide tested for coronavirus

Tests results also pending for 2 UW students living on campus. Five cases are confirmed nationwide.

The f-word: Everett woman turned frustration into fashion

The longtime social worker figured why not turn @$#*%! into $$$. She started My Curse Purse.

Robot doc treats local coronavirus patient; 5 cases in U.S.

The number of people in Washington possibly exposed to the patient rose to 69, health district says.

2nd virus case in U.S.; 43 came in contact with patient here

A Snohomish County man, the first U.S. case of the Chinese coronavirus, remains hospitalized.

Honks, waves, flags and flowers for Everett’s tattooed patriot

Fans have been honoring Samiu Bloomfield, who died Sunday, at his favorite corner on Broadway.

Snohomish County man is first U.S. case of new coronavirus

A man in his 30s was hospitalized in Everett after contracting the virus during a trip to China.

Twin sisters do makeover magic to local homes in HGTV series

New “Unsellable Houses” focuses on transforming modest Snohomish County homes into hot properties.

Straight-shooting fire chief retires after 40 years

District 7’s Gary Meek was respected for leading, listening and having a great mustache.

Snohomish County has third flu death; new cases decline

Predominant B strain is decreasing. It is uncertain what a second round of influenza will bring.

EvCC engineering teacher helped foreign students thrive

Richard “Dick” Prouty, 89, was a role model, community supporter and half of “Dick and Shirley.”

When the lights go out, the PUD storm troopers kick into gear

We may panic, but utility workers thrive on the challenge of getting the power back on.

Jennifer Gregerson (Andrea Brown / The Herald)

Mukilteo mayor: It’s getting harder to call this place home

The gap between housing costs and income means fewer can afford to live in the lighthouse town by the sea.

Jennifer Gregerson (Andrea Brown / The Herald)

Flu kills 2 local residents; both had multiple health issues

The peak might be over but a second wave is possible. It’s not too late to get a flu shot.

Grouchy Chef owner denies being grouchy — he’s focused on food

Chef’s manifesto: Sit up straight. No clinking crystal. No shoveling food in your mouth. NO jeans!

This Edmonds HS student went to India to meet the Dalai Lama

Kaylee Meyers, 14, was among six Washington teens on a Compassion 2020 trip with Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib.

What’s up with these folks? Your favorite quirky 2019 stories

A flat-Earther, a He-Man and a naked man stood out this year in the world of What’s Up With That?

Flu shots are available at a variety of places throughout Snohomish County, including this Safeway in Everett. (Sue Misao / The Herald)

Last year, he was in a coma. This year he got a flu shot

The 2019-20 flu season started earlier and with more intensity than last year.

Flu shots are available at a variety of places throughout Snohomish County, including this Safeway in Everett. (Sue Misao / The Herald)