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Licensing offices are set to close Aug. 31 and reopen Sept. 4, after the Labor Day holiday.
Katie and Dave Forbes, of Bothell, took a different path toward home ownership
After refusing several requests for a copy of Rebecca Polizzotto’s tort claim, the city reversed course Thursday.
Open government advocates say the city cannot keep secret Rebecca Polizzotto’s step toward a lawsuit.
A judge says the state and a timber company must defend themselves in a Seattle courtroom.
Curmudgeonly GOP champion Jim Donner will be honored with a renamed span in the Stanwood area.
Scientists believe warm weather and flower gardens are helping tiger swallowtails thrive.
The Smith Island restoration project in the Snohomish River delta reached a major milestone Friday.
Foresters issue warnings after an unusually high number of ursine encounters.
By toppling Lynnwood commercial buildings, Sound Transit clears the way for line from Northgate.
The City Council ignored strident calls to fire Rebecca Polizzotto, citing an ongoing workplace investigation.
Newly obtained records reveal complaints that went beyond her previously reported spending habits.
To cut costs, the Snohomish County Council reduced public arts funding on high-dollar projects.
Mountlake Terrace grad Josh Ignacio heading for UW engineering school
Save taxpayers $400,000 by shrinking the project’s commitment to artwork, says one councilman.
The claim filed on behalf of the estate of Steven Hadaway cites the documented history of landslides.
The goal is to attract buyers fleeing the congestion and high real estate prices on the Eastside.
The agreement resolves death, property damage and injury lawsuits against the state and a timber company.
They also paid for her steak dinner, desserts and more.
The state Public Employment Relations Commission reversed an earlier ruling for union members.