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Police are investigating if the suspect is connected to three other robberies this summer.
A Snohomish County team finds crime, drugs, squatters and destruction at abandoned homes.
Engineer Tyler Rourke and organizer Liz Vogeli challenge appointed incumbent Ethel McNeal
A South Snohomish County Fire and Rescue camp teaches young people skills including first aid.
Instead, the group will campaign for one of the options the City Council is putting before voters.
The reasons are many to shift to standard boundary-based enrollment, the superintendent says.
Five years after admission, 87 percent of graduates are crime-free.
Officials say the Hannah Marie’s owner has been responsible, and it’s on private property — er, mud.
The City Council has unanimously agreed to put the proposed change on the November ballot.
About 50,000 people a season make the crossing.
Directors said they need the extra time for more public outreach before coming up with a solution.
Ted Wenta stepped down Friday. He will remain vice president of operations at the YMCA.
Two things to know: Where certain fireworks are legal, and a new non-emergency phone number.
Improperly placed pots caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage to three boats in 2017.
The council’s geographical-districting ordinance is expected to include changes from the citizen group.
The School Board voted 3-1 against a change; the school is about to start a $50 million renovation.
The unusual June 10 weather resulted in nine damage claims from home and business owners.
Elementary students must switch schools as the district prepares to open its 18th elementary.
As they do, educators are working to balance high-school-rigor with the middle-school experience.
Do you want five geographic districts and two at large, or four district positions and three at large?