- NEW MOBILE APP!
- Subscriber Center
- Print Editions
- Classified Ads
- Photo Requests
- Site map
- About Us
Each site will offer tests for one day this week. Tests will continue at McCollum Park in Everett.
The state agency says it has a plan to resolve claims, starting with those who’ve waited the longest.
Eligible residents must make less than 60% of the county median income. Aid could be ready by early July.
One employee tested positive and another has mild symptoms. All are getting tested, district says.
The USS John Paul Jones will leave Pearl Harbor for Everett in June 2021, the Navy announced.
Scott James joined the city in 2014. He’s the third department director to leave in the past year.
Tulalip Resort Casino and Quil Ceda Creek opened the doors on Tuesday after a two-month closure.
There are too many new daily cases and not enough testing or contact tracing to advance by June 1.
PA Fitness closed after the state attorney general filed a lawsuit. “We would lose,” a co-owner conceded.
Guests must wear a mask and occupancy is limited, the Tulalip Tribes announced Wednesday.
The drug Remdesivir may have led to shorter hospital stays and fewer deaths for patients in Everett.
One program will target aerospace companies. The other will focus on service and retail industries.
Antibody tests were positive for two patients who had symptoms a month before the first confirmed U.S. case.
Warm weather and Mother’s Day are near, but data shows Washington may be stalling against the virus.
Masks and temperature checks will be required for guests. Tulalips leaders are eyeing a May 26 opening.
The state is entering phase one of a four-tiered plan to reopen businesses and loosen restrictions on activities.
Those earning less than 60% of the median income are eligible for rent and grocery money and more.
Boat ramps, trailheads and golf courses can reopen — with social-distancing measures in place.
If approved, residents earning under $52,000 could qualify for cash or services via nonprofits.
Mayors, meanwhile, urged him to be transparent about plans to gradually resume commerce and reopen society.