Wednesday, February 21, 2024
Prouty chronicled “100 Years of Arlington” in a series of books. “She’d turn over any rock,” a former mayor said.
At Sherwood Village, residents are now homeowners. They pay a bit more each month to keep developers from buying their property.
The Climate Vulnerability Tool outlines climate hazards in Snohomish County — and it may help direct resources.
Annie Sue Anderson, 51, has been held in the Snohomish County Jail since December. She’s facing extradition.
Police said the man was driving the wrong way south of Tacoma and crashed into another car. Angelica Roberto Campos, 52, later died.
Altasciences was cited for five alleged violations in the last two years that resulted in animal injuries and deaths.
The park has just under 1,500 members east of Lake Stevens. The riverside hill usually loses 18 inches a year. But it was more this year.
Island County officials acknowledged they should have given Springwood Forest School families more time to prepare for an impending closure.
City finance staff see three options to deal with a $12.9 million deficit: a library merger, a fire department merger, or a new property tax.
Henrietta and Betty, a goose duet, entertain passersby in the yard between Colby Avenue and Evergreen Way.
The man crashed off the road Monday morning in the Three Lakes area. Nobody else was injured.
The annual reading event features books by award-winning and shortlisted authors Neal Shusterman and Diane Cook, who will launch the series Friday.
When a processing plant in Alaska closed, Edmonds-based business Keyport stepped up to solve a “no-win situation.”
Police nationwide are remodeling to create soothing rooms for interviews with victims of crime, like the new “soft room” in Mountlake Terrace.
Molly Lally, 34, was turning left when she was hit by a car going at least 20 mph over the limit, according to new charges.
The pilot reportedly called 911, stuck in a tree, on Friday. The sole occupant survived “without a scratch,” the president of Puget Sound Flyers said.
UW’s Parent-Child Assistance Program is designed for mothers, like Aunalisa Dawn Evans, who struggle with addiction during and after pregnancy.
Jennifer Ross, a case manager with UW’s Parent Child-Assistance Program, made a big difference for Ashley Kozachenko.
Residents fled the Everett shelter in October due to dangerous levels of meth in the building. Its operator knew of contamination since April.
The County Council approved an agreement under which local officials will provide input on any plan to reintroduce grizzly bears.