Noah Haglund

Michael Ciaravino talks during a Newburgh City Council meeting in 2018. (Kelly Marsh/Times Herald-Record)

Mill Creek signs contract with new city manager

The city is trying to move on after severing ties with Rebecca Polizzotto last fall.

 

Colton Harris-Moore, known as the “Barefoot Bandit,” as seen on a GoFundMe page where he sought to raise $125,000 for flight training. (GoFundMe)

‘Barefoot Bandit’ asks judge to shorten his supervised release

Colton Harris-Moore says travel restrictions are holding back a lucrative public-speaking career.

 

Un-development: Buildings are coming down — and staying down

A habitat restoration effort on Little Bear Creek aims to offset damage from future road projects.

 

By 2040, they aim to plant 1 million trees over 2,500 acres

Snohomish County has teamed up with the conservation group Forterra on the Healthy Forests Project.

PAWS awaits approval for new shelter and wildlife center

The Progressive Animal Welfare Society hopes to move to Cathcart from its long-time home in Lynnwood.

Providence looks to open new psychiatric unit in Everett

The state’s capital budget could provide the hospital millions of dollars for the 24-bed facility.

After years of easy riding, gas prices going up

The jump — 38 cents in a month — owes to refinery maintenance and geopolitics, one industry expert says.

Wildlife officers trap bear in Monroe neighborhood

The bear roaming the Fryelands area had a leg injury and was trying to avoid people, officials said.

Teen draws artistic inspiration from faith, family and music

Navid Rahbin, a North Creek High School junior, is creating illustrations, photos and video.

Drug distributor readies to close Everett facility

Dozens of workers will lose jobs as McKesson moves operations to a new location in Puyallup.

The site of the Frognal Estates subdivision was logged in December. Snohomish County is preparing to issue a grading permit for more extensive work on the proposed subdivision near Picnic Point Road. (Noah Haglund / The Herald)

Frognal Estates gets another key county approval

An environmental group is demanding more complete sewer designs for the 112-home development near Mukilteo.

The site of the Frognal Estates subdivision was logged in December. Snohomish County is preparing to issue a grading permit for more extensive work on the proposed subdivision near Picnic Point Road. (Noah Haglund / The Herald)

Mill Creek council looks to NY state for new city manager

Michael Ciaravino, who left a similar position there and has worked in Ohio, is the top pick.

A second city councilman enters the Lake Stevens mayor’s race

The field of candidates, so far, pits a police officer against a firefighter for the city’s top job.

Lynnwood drops plan to convert a motel into family housing

The cost of buying the Rodeo Inn on Highway 99 was too steep, officials said.

David Carlos took this photo in Mukilteo during Paine Field’s Aviation Day in 2016. (Courtesy of David Carlos)

Paine Field Aviation Day called off for 2019

Snohomish County and other event sponsors said “staging the event was not an option this year.”

David Carlos took this photo in Mukilteo during Paine Field’s Aviation Day in 2016. (Courtesy of David Carlos)

Local lawsuits inch forward to seek damages for opioid abuse

After Oklahoma settlement, Purdue Pharma continues to fight cases from Everett and Snohomish County.

Split Mill Creek City Council approves mixed-use development

Instead of luxury shops, The Farm at Mill Creek would bring apartments to bustling 132nd Street SE.

Kimberly-Clark is looking to sell about 58 acres where its former mill operated in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Rivals for Everett mill property seek to sway public opinion

A private partnership and the Port of Everett covet Kimberly-Clark’s vacant waterfront land.

Kimberly-Clark is looking to sell about 58 acres where its former mill operated in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Snohomish County exec celebrates successes, sets major goals

In an annual speech, Dave Somers announced new initiatives for housing, jobs and the environment.

New cleanup plans unveiled for Kimberly-Clark mill site

The waterfront land could be ready for development after debris and soil removal, among other steps.