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But I finally have a transit fare card, and I worry less about the COVID-19 risk on buses.
The 92.5-acre property near Valley View had been proposed as surplus before neighbors rallied.
Ibberson Drive neighbors criticized the city for plans to put a trail through a shared private lot.
An online open house and survey explore how bus service should evolve — and how much it will cost.
March 31 is the last day you can legally use them. The state claims they cause up to $33M in damage.
People who buy qualifying electric cars and charging stations can get hundreds of dollars back.
Starting Monday night, drivers should prepare for detours during closures for sign work in Everett.
After an outcry, the owner of the new Soup Nazi Kitchen in downtown Everett is changing the name.
The city is finishing an ADA transition plan to identify right-of-way barriers and how to fix them.
Named for Everett’s first teacher, Emma Yule Park will rise next to the YMCA on Rucker Avenue.
After cutting the budget last year, the city didn’t reinstate the $109,000 expense for 2021.
The highway’s long had backups. But now drivers are using apps that take them onto narrow side roads.
National tragedies and widespread racism spurred growth and pushed new leaders into inclusion work.
A stretch of 40th Avenue NE is mostly used for heavy trucking and isn’t in line for repairs soon.
Legislators propose requiring zipper merge instruction in drivers education and in license test.
The plan would complete a path encircling the lake. Some residents think it will attract crime.
So far, no government is seriously considering such a service, which would cost millions of dollars.
City of Everett code allows Williams Investment to build three-story and four-story apartment buildings.
Our transportation columnist’s one-month check-in: Convenience is a tough drug to kick.
A ropes course at Forest Park is just one public-private proposal under consideration.