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The major transportation stories to track in the coming year involve Everett, Lynnwood and Mukilteo.
The popular rentable electric scooters were removed from the city last week and will return in spring.
The City Council will decide, possibly in January, whether to raise the limit to eight.
The daily commutes this week could be less congested, but plan ahead just in case.
Four state workers spend 16 hours every week removing graffiti in King and Snohomish counties.
Street Smarts will continue as a resource for readers to get answers and will focus on justice.
The city has listed the locations under review. No decisions have been made.
The controversial traffic enforcement idea is getting revived, and the five-store cap may double.
The popular Snohomish River boat ramp will get new boarding floats, asphalt and lighting.
The City Council voted to amend a 2016 ordinance allowing supportive housing in single family zones.
After more than two hours and 50 public comments, the council voted 5-1 for an amended option.
Dave Somers’ idea got pushback from Sheriff-elect Adam Fortney, who promised vigorous opposition.
A boy and two adults escaped from the home in the 6700 block of 196th Street SW.
Owned and operated by a 22-year-old Marysville woman, the place has become a hotspot since opening in July.
Jarred Rome was in town for his induction into the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame.
The restaurant near Everett Community College and WSU also serves excellent chicken karaage.
The midseason relocation from port-owned waterfront space was met with a steady crowd.
Seaview Park’s new equipment includes an adaptive swing, disc swing and cushioned fall surface.
Kim Phúc, famous for being photographed naked and crying after a napalm attack, spoke at a Lynnwood church.
The original craft brewery in Snohomish has a menu of small plates perfect for sharing with friends.