Property owners might get relief from tax they didn’t vote on

Bills would bar Sound Transit from levying its property tax on anything less than a whole parcel.

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The latest collection of top images by Herald photographers.

David Dilgard, a longtime historian with the Everett Public Library, speaks to members of the Everett Mayor’s Youth Council during his guided tour of the Evergreen Cemetery in 2010. Dilgard died Thursday at age 73. (Herald file)
David Dilgard, Everett Public Library’s longtime historian, dies

“He was a talented guy, a good soul, and he left an important legacy. There is a joy in that.”

WSDOT postpones weekend work on US 2

The repair of pavement has been rescheduled for June 2 and 3.

2 from Everett Fire Department helping with flood efforts

Water is expected to rise in Okanogan County until Sunday.

Longtime Everett firefighter Dave DeMarco named new chief

He has been with the department since 1994. The city has had an interim fire chief for over a year.

At the conclusion of his talk, 95-year-old Dick Nelms, who flew 35 missions in B-17 bombers in World War II, tips his cap to appreciative fellow military pilots at the Stanwood Eagles Thursday. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
Step into ‘a wonderful comradeship’ of military fliers

The Stanwood gathering recently hosted Dick Nelms, 95, who flew 35 missions into Germany during WWII.

Mukilteo paramedic helped save his former Little League coach

Neither recognized the other, as one supervised a 30-minute effort to restart the other’s heart.

Each day, school leaders eye students for potential threats

State lawmakers have established a work group to help identify possible mass-shooters.

More townhomes could rise near center of Mountlake Terrace

New rules will allow 3-story buildings closer to businesses and the future light rail stop.

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