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Construction on the Evergreen Branch expansion is expected to start early next year.
The Housing Authority wants to create mixed-income communities as new Everett sites are acquired.
As light rail inches north, Snohomish County is developing plans to shape Sound Transit’s expansion.
Jeff Collins wants to dispel the myth that bone marrow transplants are always an invasive process.
And in a council race, Liz Vogeli, with more than 51 percent of the vote, was leading Tyler Rourke.
Whoever is elected will have some tough decisions to make next year.
The college fears the 140-unit complex will lead to vacancies in its dorms and create congestion.
Everett officials say the demand for services has outstripped available funding.
The Everett Housing Authority board OK’d a plan for the aging, 15-acre complex east of Broadway.
Nearly one in nine households spends at least half their income on rent, according to a new report.
After a rough winter, a Lynnwood homeless encampment wanted to swap out tents for small shelters.
The city wants to reduce the number of vehicles overstaying the time allowed at downtown spaces.
If Proposition 1 is approved, City Council seats no longer would be elected entirely at large.
Collin Wojahn, a junior in the ORCA program, counted crab populations for a research foundation.
The bus service and workers have been negotiating for two years. A sticking point is driver safety.
The project on Kristoferson Creek was initiated by residents.
Plastic bags are already prohibited in Edmonds, Mukilteo, Shoreline and Quil Ceda Village.
The land is needed to add lanes to the busiest east-west corridor 196th Street SW, officials say.
The infestation is postponing one resident’s back surgery.
Mayor Franklin asked the Everett Housing Authority to delay a vote for additional public input.