Two children dead in apartment fire in Lynnwood

A boy and two adults escaped from the home in the 6700 block of 196th Street SW.

Washington State Ferries plans for an electric-hybrid fleet

It will be a literal sea change for the nation’s biggest system — and a technically ambitious one.

Tuesday’s election features a ballot full of consequences

And if you’re not registered and want to vote, it’s not too late.

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SAVE THE DATE Meet finalists for the next chief of South County Fire People will have an opportunity to meet three finalists vying to be… Continue reading

Profiling the next Edmonds school leader is a public event

An online survey and meetings will help identify the most desired traits for a new superintendent

Wet hair, don’t care: Stanwood senior excels in pool and school

Stanwood High School senior Jetlynn Hau graduates this spring. She hopes to swim in college in 2020.

With Sea-Tac nearly maxed out, where to land a new airport?

Paine Field is certain to be studied by a state commission looking for a “relief valve” or replacement.

Police looking for woman, 87, with memory issues in Lynnwood

The woman left a church service without any money or knowing English.

In turbulent times of the hostage crisis, they were embraced

As American flags burned in Tehran 40 years ago, Iranian students found a home at EvCC.

Salmonella outbreak from backyard poultry hits Island County

The chickens, ducks, turkeys and geese that carry the contagious germs often look healthy and clean.

County residents giving most to Sanders, Warren, Buttigieg

Former VP Biden leads state donations, with 90% of his cash coming from King County, FEC data says.

Everett killing suspect’s escape was caught on many cameras

Detectives retraced Jamel Alexander’s route minute-by-minute from the woods where Shawna Brune was killed.

The warehouse and vacant land of the former Kimberly-Clark paper mill on the Everett waterfront, as seen Tuesday. (Chuck Taylor / The Herald) 20191022

Port of Everett takes control of waterfront mill property

Port commissioners authorized the $33M purchase in October. Cleanup is scheduled to start next year.

The warehouse and vacant land of the former Kimberly-Clark paper mill on the Everett waterfront, as seen Tuesday. (Chuck Taylor / The Herald) 20191022
Everett’s antique bookmobile, Pegasus, is stored in a massive building just south of Thornton A. Sullivan Park at Silver Lake. Ruben Sanchez (left) and Doug Acheson, both with the city, look over the 1924-1929 customized Ford. It may eventually be on display at the Everett Museum of History. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Wild ride of bookmobile Pegasus could end in place of honor

Everett Museum of History hopes for a long-term loan of the city library’s 1924-1929 customized Ford.

Everett’s antique bookmobile, Pegasus, is stored in a massive building just south of Thornton A. Sullivan Park at Silver Lake. Ruben Sanchez (left) and Doug Acheson, both with the city, look over the 1924-1929 customized Ford. It may eventually be on display at the Everett Museum of History. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Gallery: Some spooky and not-so-spooky trick-or-treaters

It wasn’t all just ghosts and goblins out in Everett on All Hallow’s Eve

Arlington to pay $1.5M to woman shot by police 5 times

Police had found the then-17-year-old in the street, distraught and talking about harming herself.

Sheriff fires 2 deputies for illegal vehicle search

The sheriff’s opponent in the November elections called the terminations politically motivated.

Edmonds man who stole car from good Samaritan pleads guilty

He has a history of theft, burglary and trafficking in stolen property out of Snohomish County.

Arlington School Board approves bond, levy ballot measures

Three measures, including one to replace Post Middle School, will appear on the February ballot.

Faith Calendar

EVENTS Women’s Connection: The Mill Creek Christian Women’s Connection is hosting an 11:45 a.m. luncheon Nov. 11 at Shawn O’Donnell’s Restaurant, 122 128th St. SE,… Continue reading