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The beer is flowing again at Snohomish County breweries as COVID-19 restrictions ease. (Kevin Clark / Herald file)

Drink This: Raise a pint to breweries that survived COVID-19

The Herald’s beer aficionado enjoyed a beer crawl from Everett’s At Large Brewing to 5 Rights in Marysville.

 

Firefighters kept a wildfire in the Grandview area northeast of Arlington from growing beyond the 1.5 acres it torched Sunday afternoon. (North County Fire/EMS)

Brush fire near Arlington scorches grass and shrubs

The fire reached about 1.5 acres Sunday afternoon.

 

Drivers go around a roundabout at 204th Street NE and 77th Avenue NE on Monday, April 12, 2021 in Arlington, Washington.  (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

As Amazon moves in, Arlington’s roads are already strained

The city and state are spending millions to improve traffic flow with more lanes and roundabouts.

 

Father who fled state with 3 sons arrested in New Mexico

Richard Burke reportedly didn’t trust masks or vaccines. He was charged with custodial interference.

Richard John Burke

Charges: Citing COVID conspiracies, man fled with his 3 sons

Richard Burke left the state. “The Burke boys will be living on our own,” he wrote his ex-wife. He is now in custody.

Richard John Burke
Ivan Maik, 78, was shot to death outside a kidney dialysis center around 5 a.m. on April 10 in Arlington. (Courtesy of family) 20210414

Arlington gunfire victim, 78, was Marine who led simple life

Ivan Maik, of Granite Falls, was waiting for a dialysis appointment Saturday. The suspect remains at large.

Ivan Maik, 78, was shot to death outside a kidney dialysis center around 5 a.m. on April 10 in Arlington. (Courtesy of family) 20210414
Crews will begin preservation work on the the Stillaguamish Bridge starting April 12. (Washington State Department of Transportation)

Stilly River bridge work to jam I-5 traffic near Arlington

The southbound bridge is expected to be closed for five months during preservation work.

Crews will begin preservation work on the the Stillaguamish Bridge starting April 12. (Washington State Department of Transportation)

Police: Man shot in head outside Arlington dialysis clinic

He was dead at the scene. No suspects have been arrested. Police are asking for help.

Coho salmon fry from the Stillaguamish Tribe Salmon Hatchery at Harvey Creek on Friday, March 26, 2021 in Arlington, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

A tall task: Finding common ground in region’s floodplains

Tribes, farmers, cities and other groups make some headway in the Stillaguamish River Basin.

Coho salmon fry from the Stillaguamish Tribe Salmon Hatchery at Harvey Creek on Friday, March 26, 2021 in Arlington, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
Project Roxy is a proposed 2.8 million square foot distribution center that would be built on a 75-acre parcel at the Cascade Industrial Center. The rendering depicts the proposed project at 4620 172nd Street in Arlington from a northwest perspective.

1,000 jobs: Amazon to open distribution center in Arlington

The company is the tenant behind Project Roxy, a $355 million building at the Cascade Industrial Center.

Project Roxy is a proposed 2.8 million square foot distribution center that would be built on a 75-acre parcel at the Cascade Industrial Center. The rendering depicts the proposed project at 4620 172nd Street in Arlington from a northwest perspective.
Shaun Metz wears a mask with a slit in it so he can play the baritone during Haller Middle School band practice on Thursday, March 25, 2021 in Arlington, Washington.  (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

In Snohomish County, school bands are getting back together

Masked, in-person rehearsals come as a welcome change after months of virtual lessons.

Shaun Metz wears a mask with a slit in it so he can play the baritone during Haller Middle School band practice on Thursday, March 25, 2021 in Arlington, Washington.  (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Man critically injured in Arlington bar parking lot crash

The pedestrian was struck by a vehicle reversing from a parking spot. The driver is facing charges.

Arlington driver identified in Sunday night’s fatal I-5 crash

Christopher Peterson, 39, died of blunt force injuries. A passenger in the car was hospitalized.

A man died and a woman was hospitalized Sunday night after a car crash on southbound I-5 in Everett. (Washington State Patrol)

Arlington man dies after car crash on I-5 south of Everett

The passenger, a 28-year-old woman from Everett, was taken to Providence Regional Medical Center.

A man died and a woman was hospitalized Sunday night after a car crash on southbound I-5 in Everett. (Washington State Patrol)
Captain Carl Williams speaks to a socially distanced and masked group of whale watchers before boarding the Island Explorer 4 on Thursday, March 11, 2021 in Everett, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Snohomish County’s tourism workers feel hopeful, wary in 2021

Many seasonal ventures are waiting until the last minute to decide whether to open this year.

Captain Carl Williams speaks to a socially distanced and masked group of whale watchers before boarding the Island Explorer 4 on Thursday, March 11, 2021 in Everett, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Chaotic, wrong-way, 100 mph I-5 chase ends with no injuries

The lengthy pursuit went from Arlington to Everett to Lynnwood. Sparks flew as the suspect drove on shredded tires.

County vaccine taskforce to host second-dose vaccine clinics

Arlington Airport and Evergreen State Fairground sites will open this weekend for second doses only.

Girlfriend gets prison for Mukilteo torture-murder cover-up

Anika St. Mary helped clean blood from a car used in the brutal attacks and killings of two young men.

Every city may get a tax break used by Arlington, Marysville

It’s helped bring businesses to the two cities, so lawmakers want to make it available statewide.

Shianne Shelton, left, and Jennifer Smith, right, prep sandwich lunches to be delivered to the volunteers the the Arlington Airport COVID-19 vaccination site on Friday, Feb. 12, 2021 in Everett, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

A brown-bag reprieve for Arlington workers issuing vaccines

With about 1,400 people to vaccinate a day, lunch from Everett’s Kindred Kitchen was a welcome break last week.

Shianne Shelton, left, and Jennifer Smith, right, prep sandwich lunches to be delivered to the volunteers the the Arlington Airport COVID-19 vaccination site on Friday, Feb. 12, 2021 in Everett, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
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