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A reader’s question resurfaced an old request for meter signals on 88th Street NE to southbound I-5.
Do you prefer the 185th street corridor, the Aurora Transit Center or decongestion?
The Port sought public input on making them blue and adding lights or keeping them as they were.
A reader wondered why so many bus stops are on the far side of an intersection. It’s on purpose.
There’s still a sense residents “don’t feel safe,” the mayor says, and police are busier than ever.
The new facility connecting Mukilteo and Whidbey Island is expected to open in October or November.
Work will begin on 82 units of a five-story apartment building after a groundbreaking Friday.
Parking spaces at the Lynnwood Transit Center park and ride are moving around, but numbers steady.
Yes. No. Maybe. Kind of. Sort of. It depends if traffic can move safely behind it.
With about 30 vendors, the inaugural monthly bazaar saw a steady stream of visitors over four hours.
Ahead of the official season opener on Mother’s Day in May, the market is bolstering its offseason.
The FAA requires safety markings, including the white paint and red stripes already on them.
Western Washington hardly had time to dry out from last week’s flooding before another round hits.
In Marysville’s busy and growing 116th Street NE area, a left-turn signal caused some confusion.
Armando Anguiano-Escutia, an ACES High School senior, caught up on credits at alternative school.
The city took almost 2 years to name the 1.4-acre space next to the new Everett Family YMCA.
The decision spiked proposed apartments for students and families, which were opposed by neighbors.
City council members are scheduled Wednesday to consider a resolution “to get the public’s attention.”
For years the gazebo in Everett’s first park has been fenced off, to deter vandalism and other damage.
The Everett City Council is set to vote on the issue, which may delay homeless student housing.