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Some fear the local behavioral health system, which has bled revenue, isn’t ready for the onslaught.
Residents of the Everett tent city aren’t sure what’s next. Operations at local shelters have been curtailed.
The county has a nearly $1.7 million grant for the initiative, which focuses on repeat offenders.
Dozens of people live in tents on a patch of concrete in downtown Everett. The county does what it can to help.
Key federal money was rescinded because of a technicality, the Port of Everett says, and it has reapplied.
Some denied that systematic discrimination exists. Others called for reforms to fix the problem.
Lynnwood also announced a funding opportunity for local establishments struggling amid the pandemic.
Snohomish County is hosting the meeting via Zoom on Monday.
The new site at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe is expected to save the county money.
The tests will be offered in the parking lot of a local food bank on Thursday.
Advocates worry the fiscal toll of COVID-19 could shutter some day-care providers for good.
A prayer vigil at Everett’s Jubilee Church offered attendees solace at a time of civil unrest.
Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers is pushing for bail reform, body cameras and a citizen oversight board.
Reform advocates sparred with police supporters for hours during a Snohomish County Council meeting.
Effective immediately: Dining in restaurants, shopping in stores and getting a haircut.
The pandemic has hurt many inpatient rehab facilities, but Snohomish County is getting more beds.
Officials expect the state will decide “fairly quickly” whether the county is able to proceed.
County Hearing Examiner Peter Camp could decide the fate of the high-rise project this summer.
Governor says state will pay for test kits and personal protective equipment.