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A Monroe intersection without a signal caught the ire of one reader.
With the roads so empty and few entertainment options outside the house, it’s time for a joyride.
To stay active, stroll or roll around your neighborhood, pick up trash, and fight your sweet tooth.
Coronavirus prompted a run on them. But they’re wreaking havoc on utilities across Snohomish County.
Places are offering curbside pick-up and online orders and are banding together to draw wary customers.
People gathered to reflect on the loss of 43 people. Work remains for raising money for a memorial.
The 36th Avenue West project started a few years ago and is on schedule to wrap this spring.
Across Snohomish County, governments took action Sunday in response to the outbreak.
The program was designed to reduce violent crime, which has, but the relationship isn’t clear.
Yuki Tolmie had no phone, and due to COVID-19, no way to speak to family from Providence in Everett.
People are heeding recommendations to limit exposure to one another, and transit agencies see it.
A 2019 state law allows cities to retain a portion of sales tax from the state for housing.
A resident of a long-term care facility tested positive. Snohomish County has now logged 44 cases.
Forest and Legion parks’ sport courts are set for major renovations and repairs this spring and summer.
Of the 4,100 locations for a curb ramp, 1,000 don’t have one and 700 don’t meet ADA standards.
As of Sunday, 35 people, including one who died, were confirmed to have the illness in Snohomish County.
Other solutions included more enforcement and a parking manager, with revenue up to $1 million.
A new report tabulated the cost of necessary repairs and maintenance in aging city-owned buildings.
State law requires drivers move over at least 3 feet to pass cyclists, pedestrians and horse riders.
The city is considering allowing three more cannabis stores, with would-be owners ready and waiting.