Chris Winters

For Everett, budget deficits pose an ongoing challenge

It has now been three years since the city of…


Village Restaurant reopens with new name, location

The Village Restaurant, a Marysville icon for generations, burned down…


Hearing planned to discuss plans for second methadone clinic

The city’s Planning Commission has scheduled a public hearing Tuesday…


Marysville to evaluate changing or ending small high schools

The Marysville School District’s 10-year experiment with smaller high schools likely is going to change. It might even come to an end. The… Continue reading

Everett City Council passes rules for ride-hailing companies

After more than two hours of testimony and wrangling over details, the Everett City Council passed an ordinance on Wednesday that regulates online… Continue reading

Hearing examiner OKs plan for ‘low-barrier’ housing in Everett

An Everett hearing examiner has approved key permit decisions that will allow the city and Catholic Housing Services to build apartments for homeless… Continue reading

Marysville special-ed director leaving ‘most rewarding’ job

Three years ago, the Marysville School District turned to a Marine Corps veteran to try and fix the problems in its special education… Continue reading

Michael Larson, Everett High School: Gonzaga bound

The Future is Now This is one of a series of profiles of noteworthy Snohomish County high school graduates: Michael Larson, Everett (Gonzaga) • Arianna… Continue reading

Penny Creek Elementary students are abuzz about bees

Two classrooms at Penny Creek Elementary School were overrun with visitors Friday. The kids were in charge, leading parents and other guests… Continue reading

Marysville history museum opens a 30-year dream

After more than 30 years of dreaming and planning, the Marysville Historical Society’s new museum is opening its doors to the public Saturday.… Continue reading

Council OKs bonuses to entice police officers to Everett

The Everett Police Department now is able to offer some officers more of a reason to choose Everett. On Wednesday, the City Council… Continue reading

Volunteers dove into a variety of projects on Day of Hope

A warm and sunny weekend was perfect for working outside. About 1,500 people were well positioned for that on the third annual… Continue reading

Changes likely ahead for Marysville Getchell High School

Some big changes might be coming to the four schools on the Marysville Getchell High School campus in 2018 that could send ripples… Continue reading

Naval Station Everett remembers and honors the fallen

Naval Station Everett marked Memorial Day on Thursday with a solemn ceremony to remember… Continue reading

Group to help Casino Road area of Everett with $700,000

Efforts to improve the lives of people in south Everett are gaining traction, and now a new initiative is bringing some financial muscle… Continue reading

Everett council approves expanded drug enforcement areas

The Everett City Council has approved a measure that expands its Stay Out of Drug Areas ordinance to include more parts of the… Continue reading

Church learns how to better fulfill mission to serve poor

Local leaders from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints recently decided they wanted to better understand homelessness. They felt it was… Continue reading

Neighbors of Everett’s proposed housing project feel ignored

People got another chance Thursday to sound off on the city’s plan to build an apartment house for those chronically without a home.… Continue reading

Retiring Everett school bus driver gets taken for a ride

The Everett School District’s bus drivers decided to send their boss off in style for her retirement. As in retro style, in a… Continue reading

Public hearing planned to address homeless housing project

A public hearing on Everett’s plan to build a homeless housing project is set for 6 p.m. Thursday in Everett Station’s Weyerhaeuser Room.… Continue reading