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The moratorium has put on hold a plan to build 34 units for homeless public school students.
Road crews need not only dry conditions, but for overnight temperatures to not dip too low.
Brenda Stonecipher wants the $2 charge dropped. The port says it’s necessary to manage event parking.
Rules of the road for parking oversized vehicles on city and county roads.
Downtown Everett road will have trees lining the median and sidewalks, but fewer lanes for drivers.
The five-story building will have 124 units, 75% of which must be rented to students at the college.
Busiest ferries times are expected the Fridays and Saturdays before and after the 4th, and July 3.
Mindy Woods: “People with the lived experience are often left out of the conversation.”
The ORCA LIFT card will now be accepted on Community Transit and Everett Transit routes.
Lily Rummel’s first ride will likely be her last, after colliding with a truck.
A public hearing Thursday will review permits and site plan for a portion of the Lynnwood extension.
One reader says signs near Archbishop Murphy HS are needed to remind drivers parking is prohibited.
Plans for first multibuilding complex in area includes housing, parking office and retail space.
Clare’s Place will provide more than shelter. Treatment and medical care will also be offered.
The work aims to revive shoreline habitat and make it easier for people to reach the beach.
A reader was curious what caused the depressions to form. She thought water undermined the pavement.
Everett City Council placed a six-month ban on supportive housing buildings in single-family zones.
‘Cars to Housing’ pilot aims to provide a more secure environment for families living in their cars.
The widening project between highways 522 and 527 is set to launch with bus rapid transit in 2024.
A passion for math and computer science is taking the 15-year-old to UW Bothell two years early.