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The city expects to enter a contract with HopeWorks, an affiliate of Housing Hope.
Three City Council members also are facing challengers on the Nov. 7 ballot.
Alternative services at First Congregational Church of Maltby offer “a good deal of silence.”
Combining SNOPAC and SNOCOM will obviate the need to transfer 50,000 calls per year.
Now the hard part: The city and the union must agree on minimum on-duty personnel at fire stations.
The highway from Snohomish to Monroe, known for deadly crossover crashes, will get safety fixes.
No construction yet in the area of a well-known mansion, but the project is sure to draw attention.
The former bank building from 1963 is owned by the city and leased long-term to the Village Theatre.
Trinity Lutheran Church says Everett’s Stay Out of Drug Areas law essentially banishes people in need.
Ride-shares were glad to see tweaks to certain requirements, but want less regulations.
Complex issues around addiction treatment clinics has stymied locating a second facility in Everett.
$7M project will raise the intersection of Ash Way and Maple Road, which was built on a peat bog.
The youngest member recently joined the youth arm of the service organization, Rotaract.
The area has the highest concentration of poverty in Snohomish County.
High-rises aren’t likely for many years. But planners are anticipating the need for taller buildings.
A neighborhood alliance focused on long-term revitalization will update the public Tuesday.
The city has benefited from increased revenues from sales tax.
Company lawyers say there is no proof linking Purdue to outcomes at the end of the supply chain.
The Rotaract arm of the service club is for those ages 18 to 30.
The Sitka spruce’s loss marks another season — and a moment to honor and treasure all that has passed.