Ellen Galbraith will start the job in June, with help from the ski area’s interim manager Tom Fortune.
Peyton Vandanacker, 7, thanked her siblings for helping her through chemotherapy. Firefighters came out to celebrate, too.
Another victim, a teenager, has been released from the hospital. The driver cooperated with police.
It was a domestic-violence call. Another police officer first tried to subdue him with a stun gun.
Voting “yes” on the April 26 ballot is the best deal, the city says, citing rising costs either way.
Holly Hawthorne says she got sick after working at a Paine Field hangar. Boeing declined to comment.
The company, still headquartered in downtown Everett, is moving distribution operations to Arizona.
After affirming Calvin Walker’s hiring, Sheriff Adam Fortney was eventually persuaded it jeopardized public trust.
The historic Port Gardner building at 2802 Wetmore Ave., in the heart of downtown Everett, is listed in a $52M offering.
An Everett man, 22, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and vehicular homicide.
Interview: After a rough season start, Tom Fortune wants to make the rest of the winter worthwhile for skiers.
Joni Kirk claimed the former mayor wanted her out and that she was wrongfully fired. The city denies wrongdoing.
Vail Resorts said returning customers can get discounts for 2022-23 if they renew their passes by May 30.
The toymaker is closing Everett warehouses. But a recent “HQ2” expansion has the city confident Funko will remain rooted here.
The ski resort’s new manager says he’s working to address frustrations about lines and closures.
A new interim general manager, longtime Stevens skier Tom Fortune, will deal with concerns about understaffing and long lift lines.
Lift ticket fine print bars a class action lawsuit, saying passes are non-refundable. But those might not be the last words.
Skiers, snowboarders and employees blame owner Vail Resorts for a “dysfunctional” season. Management cites industry-wide issues.
Even on a ventilator, Gunard Hulskamp never stopped joking. His story is a miracle, his family says.
Tony Coty, Dan Hagar and Charles Moody make ends meet with help from Angel Resource Connection.