Sunday, September 24, 2023
Columnist and Everett local Ben Watanabe reflects on the lessons learned from over 3 years covering transportation.
Where stations go, displacement and redevelopment follow. Everett is weighing options to cushion the blow for Casino Square.
The driver and passenger were ejected from the motorcycle Sunday afternoon west of Darrington. DUI was suspected, according to the state patrol.
Cost increases and shuttering child care centers prompted the city to dedicate ARPA funds to addressing the problem.
A reader asked for better warning about short curbs at Madison Street and Evergreen Way. Flexible posts are coming.
The city will lead work to find a new site for a 40-bed shelter after the county ended its proposal to buy and convert a church.
Since 2020, only 53 “mother-in-law” units have been approved, with another 11 under review. New rules could streamline the process.
This weekend, lanes on 128th Street SE and Highway 96 will be closed west of Dumas Road and Elgin Way for culvert replacement.
The Everett Public Library installed the devices in bathrooms in April. There were over 100 alerts in two months.
Judy Tuohy, Judith Martinez and Bryce Nickel differ on approaches to issues like homelessness, housing and public safety.
State patrol traffic stop data doesn’t show a significant increase in plate or registration infractions.
A former council member, a past candidate, a first-time candidate and a former bikini barista stand owner make up the field.
Connect Casino Road and House of Wisdom host two one-hour weekly sessions for K-12 students every Thursday.
Snohomish County Public Works is set to begin a study of intersection improvements near Lake Stevens.
The former Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church building could be run as a five-day homeless service center.
A city director said the initial recommendation is a $30 tax per firearm and 3 to 5 cents per round.
Henry M. Jackson and Wiggums Hollow parks now have “stay out of drug area” designations that prohibit drug offenders.
Ferry terminals and roads are likely to get busy as early as Thursday afternoon. Here’s how to beat the rush.
Leaked documents gave a glimpse into possible displacement. But a final decision on locations is still years out.
Larimers Corner has two intersections close together that can get busy during the eastbound afternoon commute.