Wednesday, February 21, 2024
The PUD said the poles will connect two Everett power stations amid “increasing electrical demand.” Locals feel it shows a lack of “forethought.”
Edmonds and Stanwood-Camano voters favored levies for schools Tuesday. Arlington passed two levies, but rejected funding for a new middle school.
On Monday, Snohomish County announced $600,000 in grants for 39 organizations. Sports and arts took up a big slice of the pie.
A 28-acre plat of land will soon be townhomes, with approval from the hearing examiner. Locals previously appealed the decision.
Supply chain issues and weather delayed work on the $3.6 million project. A northbound lane will close for “the next month or two.”
Snowfall in the Cascade Range has been low — and what has fallen has been melting fast. That could spell trouble down the road.
A septic system failure forced the popular cabins to close starting Feb. 26. Visitors who had planned a trip will get refunds.
Parishes in Everett, Tulalip, Lake Stevens and elsewhere in Snohomish County will combine with their nearest neighbors over three years.
On Monday, the cameras will start issuing $130 tickets to violators. Police already counted over 1,000 violations in January.
A nearly $80 million bond, funded by property taxes, would build a new elementary school on Sultan Basin Road and fund more upgrades.
Volunteers set out to conduct the annual point-in-time count Tuesday around Snohomish County. Last year saw the highest census since 2012.
Light rail is one step closer to opening in Snohomish County. Keen observers can expect to see trains testing more frequently.
North of Everett, repairs of the old bridges along Highway 529 will be in full swing by February.
Led by Washington Democrats in Congress, the national legislation looks to continue efforts to understand and respond to landslides.
A new route, and changes to three others, could be coming this year for transit riders in Snohomish County.
The transit agency’s “Journey 2050” report gazes 25 years into the future, touching on ambitious goals with light rail arriving.
It’ll be a frigid weekend throughout Snohomish County, with lows projected to come close to a record.
Goran Sparrman, of infrastructure firm HNTB, will be Sound Transit’s next interim CEO. The board approved a one-year, $385,000 contract.
There was “no ETA” for the highway to open around Stevens Pass. Meanwhile, snow was falling in Darrington, too.
Phoebe Carpenter Eells is “100% sure” her art was ripped off, then rebranded on shirts and blankets in Arlington. The store declined to comment.