Washington’s imperfect ID verification system has stalled payments for people who need it.
With about 1,400 people to vaccinate a day, lunch from Everett’s Kindred Kitchen was a welcome break last week.
Phase two of the development at Twin Lakes Landing will add 60 units to the Housing Hope property.
The 126,700-square-foot, $125 million building replaces the old “Q” that began as a bingo hall in 1983.
Jason Thompson pleaded guilty to stealing more than $61,000 to fund a gambling addiction.
A partnership at the Arlington airport is taking supplies to tribes while prepping for a big earthquake.
The woman spent almost $50,000 on personal goods, according to a report from the state auditor’s office.
Community leaders Daria Willis and April Berg are finding new ways to honor King during COVID-19.
In a letter to Gov. Inslee, they are seeking the authority to begin vaccinating more people.
Developed by the city, Snohomish Delivers encourages online shoppers to look local. And it’s free.
Nine of Washington’s 10 U.S. representatives supported impeachment. Cathy McMorris Rodgers voted no.
About 200 turned out for a rally at a park-and-ride in Everett, which was followed by a parade of vehicles.
When the rent is unpaid, property owners and lessors look to Rachel and Britt Morgan for help.
After record joblessness last April, Snohomish County has a long road back to a pre-pandemic economy.
The $187 million project, which opened Tuesday evening, replaces a 63-year-old terminal nearby.
The MV Spokane was stranded by the accident, which disrupted schedules between Edmonds and Kingston.
The Eviction Resolution Program brings parties together to prevent a wave of displacement.
“It’s a lot of people to feed.” Community food banks prepare to supplement needs this holiday season.
Jack Arends of Everett doesn’t know how long his heart will last, but he was determined to fulfill his duty.
For some, serving customers on sidewalks and in the street has been a way to stay in business.