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Sales tax provides about 80 percent of the service’s revenue. And Everett’s retail sector has struggled.
Lars Snow will have to submit a release plan after serving 20-plus years for a Lynnwood-area murder.
Reading led local fire departments through emergencies, conflicts and mergers.
The project is getting a second look to see if the price can be pared back.
A judge found no proof that automated camera tickets violated the plaintiffs’ civil rights.
Everyone at Refuge Foursquare chips in to keeps services on track each Sunday.
Daniel Miltenberger attacked a stranger at gunpoint at the front door to her home. He’s a 10-time felon.
17 local schools are incorporating new thinking on adverse childhood experiences.
After the court case, though, problems continue with the Everett site, which is now for sale.
The property, at 2721 Wetmore Ave., is currently a parking lot. Sixty-three units are planned.
Prosecutors are seeking 30 days behind bars, which is the higher end of what’s allowed for minors.
The city’s revenue projections are not keeping pace with spending, and costs are mushrooming.
The city says the conditions at Broadway Station Apartments were unsafe for tenants.
The baristas say they seek to protect their civil rights. The case is on hold pending the appeal.
The chain restaurant is listed as a tenant in new development at Alderwood mall.
Faith Lutheran seeks to offer fellowship, service opportunities to immigrants
Free training focuses on a known strength of coaches: Being positive role models.
Trains have been blocking access to one side of the new housing development.
His stepmom, 53, was left for dead in the road on the Tulalip Indian Reservation. She later died at the hospital.
The Port of Everett has installed bold new public art in anticipation of a new hotel and shops.