Man likely to be arrested after six-car pileup in Everett

Police expect to arrest him for investigation of vehicular assault after he’s released from the hospital.

 

Holy steeple! Tiny chapel on U.S. 2 a sacred stop since 1962

Respite, weddings, un-immaculate conceptions are part of the legacy of the miniature Wayside Chapel.

 

Les Reardanz. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Port of Everett CEO to step down; board eyes successor

Les Reardanz is leaving to focus on his aging parents, military duties and a new job.

 

Arlington man charged with murder by car in north Everett

A series of escalating confrontations ended in the death of Michael Smith, 32, charges say.

Developer proposes 150-unit senior housing in Arlington

The affordable housing complex would be four stories high and be built along Highway 9.

Everett set to add 80 parking spots near transit station

The parking lot south of the Swift terminal will be expanded to accommodate the new spaces.

Four candidates look to succeed Edmonds School Board leader

They’ve worked in the school district or with it. Now they want to shape the policies that guide it.

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Edmonds police open house The Edmonds Police Department is having an open house from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the station at 250 Fifth… Continue reading

In Lake Stevens signage debate, city ordinance may be unlawful

A Lake Stevens code regulating sign size based on content is violating a 2015 Supreme Court ruling.

Four challengers taking on Edmonds School Board incumbent

They are talking about teacher layoffs and improving communication between the board and parents.

Scuffle over I-5 ends with deputy, suspect injured in Everett

Male suspect reportedly had outstanding warrants and allegedly fought, fled from law enforcement.

The reversible express lanes I-5 most days flow toward Seattle during the morning commute and north in the evenings. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

A driver can dream: Can I-5 express lanes be more nimble?

And switch direction to adjust to current conditions rather than stick to a strict schedule.

The reversible express lanes I-5 most days flow toward Seattle during the morning commute and north in the evenings. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Clubs & Interests

SERVICE CLUBS There are multiple local chapters of these service clubs, which serve both locally and globally. Kiwanis International focuses on improving the lives of… Continue reading

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HEADS UP Navy exercise Security drills are happening at Naval Station Everett from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday. Those nearby may notice more emergency… Continue reading

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EVENTS DAV, also known as Disabled American Veterans, and RecruitMilitary are joining forces to attract, hire and retain military veterans and military spouses in the… Continue reading

Merger would make mega fire district with 162,000 residents

Lake Stevens area voters will decide whether to join a district serving Monroe and Mill Creek.

Unsealed record suggests Talbott left DNA on zip tie in 1987

William Talbott is set to be sentenced Wednesday in the murders of Jay Cook and Tanya Van Cuylenborg.

An era is ending for once bustling Camp Silverton

Kids started to learn in nature there in the 1940s. Most buildings at the site have been torn down.

A photo of Pilchuck Julia taken around 1910 by the Rigby Photo Shop. (Everett Public Library)

Snohomish park named for tribal woman with Tulalip descendants

Pilchuck Julia was part of the Snohomish tribe, and was known to predict the weather.

A photo of Pilchuck Julia taken around 1910 by the Rigby Photo Shop. (Everett Public Library)

Snohomish County farms shrink, but there are more of them

The new Census of Agriculture sheds light on how Snohomish County grows food, and how that’s changing.