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His calling for 42 years: Everett police officer retires
Deputy Chief Mark St. Clair ended his lengthy service to the community and profession on Friday.
Providence stays local in selecting a new regional CEO
Based in Everett, Darren Redick will lead the health care provider’s Northwest Washington area.
Former community hub in Marysville set for demolition
Built in 1949, the Ken Baxter Community Center will be removed to make way for the new civic center.
Anger boils over a year into Washington’s unemployment mess
Legislators and locals agree, the Employment Security Department failed when people needed it most.
The Smith Avenue homeless community has suddenly dispersed
A new no sit, no lie ordinance hasn’t taken effect, but the law is already being felt on the street.
Lake Stevens high schooler wins a ‘Madden NFL’ national title
Jair Velazquez, 16, dominated the competition en route to a historic esports victory.
Gone fishing: Trout season has begun across Washington
The Department of Fish and Wildlife stocked more than 16 million trout in state waterways this year.
Dental staffing shortages are more than a pain in the mouth
With hundreds of open hygienist and assistant positions statewide, local dentists are short-handed.
County nixes new shelter plan, expands cold-weather refuge
A shelter at the United Church of Christ on Rockefeller Avenue will remain open year-round.
New digs will give Granite Falls nonprofit room to grow
The small town’s community coalition and food bank have found a home on school district grounds.
It has been one volatile year in the county’s job market
A 2.8% unemployment rate skyrocketed to 19.3% before easing toward recovery in the past 12 months.
Restored Carnegie library in Snohomish is nearing a debut
The $2.7 million project modernized the 110-year-old building and preserved historic details.
In places like Stanwood, Phase 3 gives reason for optimism
Restaurants have welcomed the increased seating capacity, longer alcohol service and larger groups.
7 years ago: ‘We waved hello, not realizing it was a goodbye’
Forty-three people perished in the 2014 Oso mudslide. On Monday, the community gathered again.
Everett City Council passes ‘no sit, no lie’ law in 5-1 vote
It affects an area around a homeless shelter but won’t take effect until a village of small shelters is opened.
Businesses and the homeless at odds over Everett ordinance
Even with a shelter village nearby, some say a limited “no-sit, no-lie” law would criminalize homelessness.
County wants non-profit food distributor to find a new home
Farmer Frog is operating on unleased land and could cause environmental harm, the county alleges.
Public speaks out against Everett’s ‘no-sit, no-lie’ proposal
The ordinance would target homeless people near the site of a proposed village of small shelter dwellings.
Students plead for better mental health support from schools
Three Marysville Getchell seniors want more counselors and improved training for staff.
Hobbyists and pros bake homemade bread to donate in Everett
Community Loaves delivers the fresh goods to groups helping those who are experiencing food insecurity.