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The organization is offering classes as another way to help meet the demand for affordable housing.
Robert Myrick Jr., 16, who loved basketball, died in August. His killer admitted to manslaughter.
The awards for well-cared-for properties will continue, but the event to honor winners will cease.
That and the creation of a gang unit are part of the mayor’s initiative to reduce gang violence.
The second annual family-friendly event features a slower pace to promote bicycling.
Instead of the furniture giant, a vacant commercial area is likely to have smaller shops and housing.
People who have lived on the streets will speak at Faith in Action’s “Who Is My Neighbor?” programs.
Alan and Jordan Correa always bonded over their passion for soccer and now, law enforcement.
The busy east-west route runs through the area set to become City Center.
Money designated for the arts will complement another $3 million in construction work.
Veterans from all generations get together monthly: “We’ve all been through the same experiences.”
A taxing district collects about $1.2 million annually. The money goes toward city road projects.
Mary Fosse, 35, teaches “Carnivorous Terrariums” classes at libraries, schools and parties.
Jerry Wood is accused of trying to orchestrate a killing from behind bars in Everett.
Nearly 40 years after its creation, the artist is still miffed about the placement of his work.
The 32-bed facility on 10th Street would serve people with addiction and mental illness.
Classes with teacher’s connection to the latest school shooting find even more relevance in story.
About 40 people gathered for a cleanup Saturday, finding needles and even a handgun.
The Boys & Girls Club provides a growing on-site, after-school program in south Everett.
The city wants to be ready for an anticipated population boom around the mall and light rail.