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Several places applied and were approved to claim public right-of-way room to bolster business.
A Snohomish reader writes about noticing more motorized use of the 30-mile path.
Lake Stevens and Marysville worked together on the traffic infrastructure because of nearby development.
Starting Monday, the links between the freeway and highway will close nightly for light rail work.
Everett United Church of Christ is applying to host one. It’s a 45-day process.
Projects between Snohomish and Index are set for the coming week, with single-lane traffic in spots.
Meanwhile, a reader is upset with a “hidden” 3% fee for using a credit card to pay for registration.
The swimming hole in east Snohomish County has been cramped with people — and bad parkers along U.S. 2.
The landmark civil rights legislation ensures people have equitable access in public places.
The city selected 50 small businesses and 11 nonprofit service providers for $10,000 to $100,000.
The hot weather lured people to potentially dangerous waters.
The temporary retaining wall blocks will be replaced with different retaining wall blocks.
The city wants to encourage social distancing and active transportation. That means biking, walking.
Development sites have requirements. Paving season is underway in unincorporated Snohomish County.
The electric rides popped up around north Everett in the past week. They’re probably from Bothell.
The city approved a $2.3 million study of the busy interchange, with an eye on alleviating backups.
Construction is set to finish later this month. But don’t expect a grand opening party.
The diamond/square-shaped panels are wireless antennas/radios for the city’s Ethernet communication.
Amid the pandemic, most cities and towns are getting creative with drive-by parades and decorations instead.
Members of the school’s Black Student Union issued a list of student demands during a protest June 6.