Yes, Digable Planets will be at Everett’s Fisherman’s Village fest, but here’s a peek at some acts you might not know.
“My heart just bleeds for this (expletive) town,” said Jeremy DeBardi, of the Everett multi-genre supergroup Steel Beans.
Data released Monday confirmed what advocates suspected: The local homeless population grew amid the pandemic.
Red tape and scarce staffing are obstacles for Snohomish County teens in need of addiction care. “We may not get another chance.”
As hospitalizations surge, Snohomish County health officials recommend people wear masks indoors and in crowds.
Our stinky trash mountain could spontaneously combust, so officials are arranging to send garbage to Oregon.
Stuart Nakamura was chosen to create a steel sculpture in Everett to memorialize our collective experience.
In Lei Wiley-Mydske’s tattoo shop, “neurodivergent narwhals” are educators and advocates uplifting autistic voices.
“I don’t think society realizes how big a problem it is,” said Randy Tharp, an ex-dealer in Snohomish County. Doctors agree.
After 61 years in business, Everett’s much-loved roller rink closed on Sunday.
Hundreds of camera images are sitting in the light station. Now they can finally be processed.
Nataliia and Yosip’s families got to Everett after a treacherous journey from Ukraine, over the U.S.-Mexico border.
The numbers look good, but Snohomish Health District officials say they’re keeping an eye on the BA.2 subvariant.
Marina is from Russia. Mike is from Ukraine. Both rebuke Russian propaganda, but some loved ones back home believe it.
Moving away from mandates, officials say the next phase in Washington’s response is about “empowering” residents to keep safe.
They met when Maizie was a USO girl and Roy was a Marine. Their stories now span a century.
Meet three locals who are passionate about our avian friends — but insist they’re not ‘true birders.’
Some are nervous. Some are relieved. Snohomish County’s health officer and top elected official will keep their masks on.
Lots as small as 25,000 square feet are now allowed to build detached accessory dwelling units.
Mykyta, 11, spent the winter here and returned to his Ukrainian orphanage to await the formalities. Then Russia invaded.