Members of Edmonds Lutheran Church congregation gathered last June as the first Blokable unit is placed on church grounds. The project will bring low-income housing to the city. The church, which also hosts a community dinner each week, is one of a handful of faith-based organizations in Edmonds that provides almost all of the supportive services for homeless Edmonds residents. (Lizz Giordano / Herald File)

Homeless report surprises Edmonds city councilmembers

The analysis done by Koné Consulting estimated there are about 230 city residents currently unhoused.

 

Edmonds CC student Lazarus Hart excels in and out of class

Hart and two others are named to All-Washington Academic Team of top scholars from community colleges.

 

A map of the green line along with a stop list on Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019 in Everett, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Major changes coming to Community Transit in March

The new Swift Green is opening this week, as Boeing routes are being trimmed down.

 

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OPPORTUNITIES Stories from a historic Everett building Do you have any photos or memories from your time at 1611 Everett Ave.? The historic brick structure… Continue reading

Man sentenced for drowning his 6-year-old nephew in bathtub

Matthew Henckel, 21, intended to end Dayvid Pakko’s life, prosecutors said.

Baseball gets more fun: AquaSox venue renamed Funko Field

Everett Memorial Stadium will get new branding, promotional nights and a 15-foot statue.

Car strikes family crossing street in Monroe; boy, 5, hurt

A family of eight was crossing the street. Police said the driver may have had a medical emergency.

Pentagon to probe if Shanahan used office to help Boeing

A complaint alleges the defense secretary made statements promoting Boeing and disparaging competitors.

Snohomish County exec celebrates successes, sets major goals

In an annual speech, Dave Somers launched new initiatives for housing, jobs and the environment.

New Tulalip tribal leader is following in her dad’s footsteps

Recently elected chairwoman Teri Gobin learned lessons in leadership from her father, Stan Jones.

Deputy shot and killed by road rage suspect near Ellensberg

A second police officer was injured and the suspect also died.

  • Mar 20, 2019

What tax raising idea will win out in March budget madness?

Democrats, who control the House and Senate, are set to release spending plans and revenue packages.

Two women, a generation apart, united by indomitable spirits

Garda Fogg and Courtney Bell embraced adventurous lives in the wild Cascades.

  • Mar 20, 2019

Victim’s sister begs hit-and-run driver to come forward

Hal Fisher, 56, was struck in an Everett crosswalk on March 11. And as he lay dying, was robbed.

With Emma Ka’aha’aina (fourth from left in lei), program manager of EvCC’s Diversity & Equity Center, are members of the college’s First Nations Club who proposed a space for Native American, Indigenous and Pacific Islander students. They are, from left, Cullen Zackuse, Kayah George, Tara Duffin, Sebastian Corrales and Rafael Alverez. (Photo by Derek Walker, EvCC)

‘Place of Our Way’ welcomes Native, Pacific Islander students

The new space in EvCC’s Monte Cristo Hall has cedar-plank walls to evoke the sense of a longhouse.

With Emma Ka’aha’aina (fourth from left in lei), program manager of EvCC’s Diversity & Equity Center, are members of the college’s First Nations Club who proposed a space for Native American, Indigenous and Pacific Islander students. They are, from left, Cullen Zackuse, Kayah George, Tara Duffin, Sebastian Corrales and Rafael Alverez. (Photo by Derek Walker, EvCC)

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NEWS BRIEF Principal named for new Maltby-area school The Northshore School District has named Cathi Davis as principal of Elementary No. 21, a school that… Continue reading

Spring it on! Free DQ cones, sunshine, super-duper moon

Today’s vernal equinox brings longer, brighter days ahead and leaves winter woes behind.

Man, 27, identified as victim of wrong-way crash in Everett

Reynold Joel died at the scene in the 10800 block of Evergreen Way.

BPA could remove thousands of trees from Renton to Monroe

After taking over from Puget Sound Energy, the maintenance would affect 53 miles of power lines.

Police: Driver in fatal Everett crash wore meth on necklace

The teen driver reported he’d been reaching for his phone. The collision killed an Everett man, 27.