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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.
The Incident Response Team clears collisions, debris and stalled vehicles to keep traffic moving.
In her annual speech, Mayor Cassie Franklin reflected on losses and triumphs and stated her priorities.
The devices have generated millions of dollars of revenue for nearby Lynnwood over the past decade.
Ric Ilgenfritz anticipates continued growth and more bus service adjustments as light rail extends north.
In a new proposal, a developer envisions 350 units, two buildings of at least seven stories, a one-acre courtyard and a dog spa.
David Blend called the watering holes “an essential part of the American experience” in an ode to the haunts.
A reader asked if a roundabout is planned at 67th Avenue NE and 108th Street NE. The city says no.
Costs for construction and property have soared as revenue dropped during the pandemic.
At least two school districts canceled classes as thousands woke up without power after storm.
A reader asked whether they are allowed. The law’s clear on when.
Change orders for the project added nearly $2 million to the project’s original $9.5 million budget.