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‘Holy smokes’: For Everett veterans, a chance to restore war memorabilia
For Memorial Day, a local VFW post partnered with a restoration company to save decades-old uniforms and medals.
800 free pancakes at Everett’s Lowell Elementary feed the masses
The annual breakfast was started to connect the community and the school, as well as to get people to interact.
County Council OK’s Stanwood behavioral health center
After an unsuccessful appeal to block it, the Tulalip Tribes are now on the cusp of building the 32-bed center in farmland.
Fire damages Arlington bar that received death threats
Arlington police say initial indications show the fire at ReMyx’d did not appear to be intentionally set.
$123M project starting on Highway 529 interchange, I-5 HOV lane
A reader wondered why the highway had a lane closure despite not seeing work done. Crews were waiting on the weather.
Court: Snohomish County jurors’ opaque masks didn’t taint verdict
During the pandemic, Justin Bell, 32, went on trial for a shooting. Bell claims his right to an impartial jury was violated.
Snohomish County prosecutors declined 3,000 felony cases in 2022. Why?
A pandemic backlog and inexperienced cops begin to explain the trend, even as police raise the alarm about rising crime.
Everett’s Cruzin’ to Colby car show is ‘place to play on Memorial Day’
And it’s free! Last year’s event drew 50,000 people downtown to see hundreds of gleaming hot rods and cool cars.
Everett’s mini-Frank Lloyd Wright builds neighborhood of extra tiny homes
A tiny lighthouse, a spooky mansion and more: Gary Fontes’ miniature world of architectural wonders is one-twelfth the size of real life.
Police: Mill Creek man fatally stabbed wife amid financial woes
After quitting his job at Amazon, the man amassed about $50,000 in debt, triggering a discussion about finances, he told police.
Inslee appoints Steffener as Superior Court judge
Attorney Will Steffener will replace Snohomish County Superior Court Judge Janice Ellis, who is retiring in June.
Monroe health care workers picket for new contract
About 170 hospital workers are bargaining two contracts with EvergreenHealth Monroe. Two sticking points have emerged.
$8M in behavioral health grants to benefit children, youth, families
Snohomish County awarded one-time federal funding to five projects that will reach at least 440 new people each year.
Detectives: Unresponsive baby was exposed to fentanyl at Everett hotel
An 11-month-old boy lost consciousness Tuesday afternoon. Later, the infant and a twin sibling both tested positive for fentanyl.
South County Fire opens free life jacket stations at 2 parks
The self-serve stations at Martha Lake County Park and Lake Ballinger Waterfront Park provide free life jackets through Labor Day.
Woman’s body found in Mill Creek home after domestic assault report
A man reportedly called police Thursday to turn himself in for assaulting his wife. Officers discovered a body in the home.
Hepatitis A confirmed in Taco Bell worker in Everett, Lake Stevens
The health department sent out a public alert for diners at two Taco Bells on May 22 or 23.
Mukilteo Parklet, closed by sinkholes, could reopen soon
After two sinkholes formed in early May, the Port of Everett closed the space for repairs. The property has a history with nature.
To beat the rush this Memorial Day weekend, go early or late
AAA projects busy airports, ferries and roads over the holiday weekend this year, though still below pre-pandemic counts.
Coming soon to Marysville: indoor pickleball, games, drinks
“We’re very confident this will be not just a hit, but a smash hit,” says co-owner Allan Jones, who is in the fun industry.