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Juicers keep the battery powered vehicles moving on Everett’s streets.
The proposal would bring 34 low- to moderate-income units to Everett’s Port Gardner neighborhood.
Housing Hope is partnering with the Everett School District to build 34 low- to moderate-income units.
After making a helpful suggestion, a driver has waited years for change at 112th Street SE and 7th Avenue.
These issues have continued to dominate the conversation during election seasons.
Soon after service to Snohomish County begins in 2024, trains are forecast to carry up to 55,000 riders a day.
Back to back weekend closures of the highway — starting September 6 — is needed to complete the work.
Monday is the last day visitors can see the animals or take a ride in the carnival area.
The free ferry to the two-mile isle off Everett stops running after Labor Day.
A gag order prevented officials from talking about the Purdue Pharma negotiations.
The college was worried that the 5-story apartment building would siphon residents from its dorms.
Avoiding traffic congestion can be a guessing game, but here’s what state agencies are predicting.
The Grand Avenue Park Bridge span will be lifted, rotated and installed over a 10-day period.
The supportive housing building opened 65 units for the chronically homeless in July.
It’s a bittersweet time for residents in the WWII-era public housing where many lived for decades.
Crews will be finishing up a fish passage project along Little Pilchuck Creek.
The most common question submitted to Street Smarts: How do I get a roundabout installed?
Since the pilot began in mid-May, over 28,000 rides have been taken in the city.
City Council is considering permanently adding the rentable scooters to city.
Emails between port officials and market leaders reveal concerns about maintaining order.