Friday, December 1, 2023
M/V Salish, one of the system’s smallest vessels, will fill in through Sunday after weeks of one boat on the route.
City officials want to keep the team in Everett. But will they play in a new stadium downtown in 2027? Or an updated Funko Field?
Mike Rosen handily defeated incumbent Mayor Mike Nelson. He talked with The Herald about how he wants to gather the “full input” of residents.
Three people spewed hate speech via Zoom at a council meeting this week. Then, the council moved on to regular business.
Protesters in Lynnwood called for better wages and safety measures. Staff at other Macy’s stores picketed in Bellingham and Tukwila.
Evan Reed felt inspired to pick up garbage around Everett. Now, he’s painting murals. “The reception has been extremely helpful.”
Developers are seeking the City Council’s approval to shelve a planned movie theater for a pickleball complex along the Snohomish River.
The delay comes amid fears of losing the team due to timing constraints from Major League Baseball.
The change reduces capacity by 20 cars, due to a systemwide shift to ensure routes align with ridership demands.
EPA violations at the wastewater treatment center weren’t a result of operator error, according to the city.
In July, the City Council approved a $55,000 contract to study a new minor league stadium. Now, they could invest $344,000.
Snohomish’s ex-mayor, John Kartak, lost a bid to return to city government. Vincent Cavaleri held a narrow lead for Mill Creek City Council.
Early returns favored Mike Rosen over Mike Nelson. Meanwhile in Arlington, Mayor Barb Tolbert trailed challenger Don Vanney.
Silver Lake Elementary School students gathered Friday in honor of second-grade teacher Crystal Moore.
At least two seats will be filled by fresh faces. One incumbent, Susan Paine, faces a challenger, Kevin Fagerstrom.
More than half of the Lynnwood City Council could be filled with new faces after ballots are counted Tuesday.
Washington State Ferries only has 14 vessels to operate their regular 15-boat system.
Located in Seattle before the pandemic, the new store offers books and other resources on meditation, spirituality and yoga.
The incumbent, Mike Nelson, says his opponent Mike Rosen lacks experience. Rosen believes his opponent’s tenure has led to “lost trust.”
Expect delays going to and from Edmonds as a ferry on the route had to be moved to the Seattle-Bremerton route.