No one hurt when vacant commercial building burns in Monroe

The building along U.S. 2 has been condemned for years.

Police: Father attacks son with bulldozer at Maltby nursery

John Postema, 78, the owner of Flower World, reportedly has had disputes with his son in the past.

For these new school leaders, their teacher was a student

This is the fifth year incoming Everett school administrators have learned the ropes on a yellow bus.

Meet the new executive editor of The Daily Herald

Phillip O’Connor, a Midwest transplant, has covered many beats and brings 34 years of newsroom know-how.

1 dead, 1 arrested after Saturday-night shooting in Everett

Police were called to a car crash and found a man who had been shot — and the suspect standing nearby.

Andrew Abt is back and forth, from the kitchen to the sales counter, at Monroe’s Sky River Bakery Tuesday. He and his wife Mary Thorgerson have all they can handle and would like to sell the bakery and retire. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

‘The Hub of Main Street,’ Monroe bakery may soon change hands

After 32 years, Sky River bake shop’s owners are hoping to retire. “This is how your grandmother baked.”

Andrew Abt is back and forth, from the kitchen to the sales counter, at Monroe’s Sky River Bakery Tuesday. He and his wife Mary Thorgerson have all they can handle and would like to sell the bakery and retire. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Jurors share why they found Talbott guilty of double murder

In interviews, three jurors gave a window into deliberations in 1987 murders of a young Canadian couple.

Suspect in custody after Friday night shooting in Everett

A teenager was reportedly shot in the leg. He was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

Are ferry fare hikes fair? Tell the state your view

Until July 29, you can weigh in on the proposed across-the-board increases through an online survey

As time expires, Eyman lacks signatures for anti-tax measure

In spite of the setback, Eyman still has an initiative dealing with car tabs on the November ballot.

Costco, Lake Stevens reps to attend public meeting next week

Folks are invited to share their thoughts. The wholesaler has asked to build along Highway 9.

Dozens of wedding gowns stolen from Lynnwood boutique

Some brides-to-be may be left without a dress after a burglary at Brides and Beyond.

Faith Calendar

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Front Porch

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More than 3,000 calls came into 911 on July 4th

One man lost his hand in an explosion east of Everett.

Reykdal wants second term leading state public school system

Snohomish native, who narrowly won the seat in 2016, announced his re-election bid Thursday

Suspect in 2013 Lake Stevens murder may soon go to trial

Anthony Garver, who is diagnosed with schizophrenia, was recently found competent stand trial.

Pace slows, but county population keeps growing

There’s been an increase of 13,580 people in the past year, more in unincorporated areas than in cities.

1 dead and 1 jailed after head-on crash near Lake Stevens

The collision involving a truck and a motorcycle occurred around 3:30 a.m. Friday.

July 4th parade is a ‘special tradition’ for local families

Everett’s annual event was larger this year than any other — about 90 acts moved through downtown.