Eyman told he can’t talk about Inslee in voter guide statement

The initiative-promoter turned GOP candidate was informed his references to the governor aren’t allowed.

Dive on in: YMCA, some school pools reopening this week

Inslee modified Phase 1 requirements June 9, allowing some lap pools to reopen with restrictions.

Drive-in movies coming to the Port of Everett this summer

The traditional sail-in cinema is transforming to meet Inslee’s Phase 2 requirements.

Free COVID-19 testing coming to Lynnwood

The tests will be offered in the parking lot of a local food bank on Thursday.

Waxes and haircuts: Getting pretty involves new rules

Salons are busy styling and removing hair in Phase 2. But no more wine or magazines for clients.

Greek cobbler at People’s Shoe Repair has left the building

Mike Papadimitriou, 90, closed the shop his uncle started in 1934. He’s retiring, and will be missed.

Everett, Mukilteo, Stanwood host virus test sites this week

The Snohomish Health District is sponsoring testing at McCollum Park and Sno-Isle Library locations.

U.S. Supreme Court won’t hear Everett bikini barista argument

The issue likely isn’t over and it’s unlikely the baristas will be forced to button-up anytime soon.

COVID-19: Summer events and looking toward Phase 3

Public Health Essentials! A blog by the Snohomish Health District.

It survived a pan from Gordon Ramsay — but not a pandemic

The building with a colorful past of dancing and fine dining at 1414 Hewitt Ave. is for rent — again.

Child care services are in limbo as the reopening commences

Advocates worry the fiscal toll of COVID-19 could shutter some day-care providers for good.

Why are manhole covers in the road, where tires go over them?

It’s expensive to relocate an entire sewer or stormwater system when the world above them shifts.

After decades in district, Evergreen librarian checks out

Gregg Elder taught, coached and supported during his 43 years in the Everett School District.

Larry Jubie holds a photograph of his sister Christine Jubie outside his home on Friday, June 12, 2020 in Everett, Wa. Christine Jubie, who lived at a care facility in Everett, died of COVID-19 on June 2. She was 67. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

‘Our sister got it’: Family hopes others keep up COVID fight

An artist and global traveler, Christine Jubie lived at a care facility before she died of the virus.

Larry Jubie holds a photograph of his sister Christine Jubie outside his home on Friday, June 12, 2020 in Everett, Wa. Christine Jubie, who lived at a care facility in Everett, died of COVID-19 on June 2. She was 67. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Edmonds residents can apply for up to $1,000 in virus relief

Eligible residents must make less than 60% of the county median income. Aid could be ready by early July.

Will Phase 2 start a pandemic of yard sales?

The state classifies them as gatherings and says no more than five people can attend — per week.

Dozens call on God for peace, justice after Floyd’s death

A prayer vigil at Everett’s Jubilee Church offered attendees solace at a time of civil unrest.

Mill Creek man turns himself in after assault on 12-year-old

Eggings and possible damage to a car reportedly preceded the attack, leaving a boy with stab wounds.

Gail Larson, former Providence CEO, helped the hospital grow

After she retired, she continued to work behind the scenes to improve the hospital she once ran.

As dentists open, expensive PPE is in short supply

Patients may see the new charges on their next bill. Many single-use masks can now cost up to $10.