Saturday, February 24, 2024
Big names and local legends alike are coming to downtown Everett for the music festival from May 16 to 18.
In one year, rent for the average two-bedroom apartment in Snohomish County went up 20%. A bill seeks to cap any increases at 7%.
The U.S. senator visited Everett to talk with local leaders on Thursday, making stops at the YMCA and a roundtable with the mayor.
Anthony Boggess, 33, reported hearing the voices of “demons” the night he strangled James Thrower, 65.
The northbound section of the Snohomish River Bridge will be closed 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The monthslong closure is slated for mid-May.
It’s day 47, here is what’s happening in the Legislature.
The national chain’s Lynnwood joint is the first in the state. The pizza is tasty — hot or cold. And it makes good date food.
She tucked the ticket away for months. With the winnings, the master electrician paid off her debt.
Ahead of Everett treatment plant’s new permit, locals want Ecology to draft stricter requirements for flame retardants like PBDEs.
In 2018, Denise Huffer died of a methamphetamine overdose in her cell at the Snohomish County Jail. Her family took a $50,000 deal in February.
Get ready for St. Patrick’s Day with music by the Stumbling Fiddler Band in Everett.
The new contract, 10 months in the making, includes bonuses and extra pay to counterbalance chronic understaffing.
A driver crossed the center line and crashed head-on into a minivan Wednesday night, killing a Monroe woman, troopers said.
After operating months without the right paperwork, OMA Construction applied for permits last week. The county found it still violates code.
Annie Sue Anderson, 51, has been held in the Snohomish County Jail since December. She’s facing extradition.
Deputies said the man barricaded himself for five hours early Thursday in his house in the 23200 block of 115th Avenue NE.
A demolition date hasn’t been confirmed for the Clark Park gazebo, but city staff said it’s too expensive to save. “The decision’s been made.”
Voters must indicate a party preference to vote for a candidate. Ballots are due March 12.