Arlington

Arlington School Board OKs leaner bond proposal for February

The requested amount has been decreased from $107.5 million to $96 million.

 

Arlington in top 10 for small business revolution TV show

“The Small Business Revolution – Main Street” with home improvement guru Ty Pennington is on Hulu.

 

Credit union hands out $15K awards to three local nonprofits

BECU recently announced its 2018 People Helping People Awards, recognizing area nonprofits and credit union members who serve their local communities. Local Community Benefit Winners… Continue reading

Arlington raises fees after China ban on ‘dirty’ recyclables

Residential customers currently paying $7.53 will pay 68 cents more per month

Spawning salmon have one less barrier in an urban creek

Restoration projects like one along Highway 531 in Arlington are gradually undoing damage to habitat.

Arlington Rotary honors students for making a difference

Three outstanding middle and high school students were recognized Nov. 29 by the Rotary Club of Arlington for making a difference in their respective schools.… Continue reading

Dr. Wright’s Christmas show turned into ‘spectacular’ tradition

The 18th annual show in Everett will be filled with song-and-dance acts and benefit area food banks.

These Arlington volunteers haven’t seen the need subside

For nearly a decade, Hands Together has hosted a cold weather shelter and provided sack lunches.

Hearing on Monday for Arlington-Marysville industrial center

The city council hopes to adopt the area’s master blueprint for job creation. The hearing is at 7 p.m.

Arlington School Board to consider third try for school bond

The option that gained the most traction was a trimmed down $96 million measure.

Doctor charged with groping during exam at Arlington clinic

Dr. James Laurino, 71, had four pending investigations when he was put on leave in 2017, charges say.

Finding two along the course, Brooklyn Hill and Katie Clark run with frozen turkeys during the Turkey Trot 5K on Thursday Arlington. Runners could keep the turkey if they finished the race with it in hand. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Hundreds run through Arlington before Thanksgiving dinner

The Turkey Trot 5K was complete with turkey bowling and pumpkin pie. About $5,000 was raised.

Finding two along the course, Brooklyn Hill and Katie Clark run with frozen turkeys during the Turkey Trot 5K on Thursday Arlington. Runners could keep the turkey if they finished the race with it in hand. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

They’re our moms and pops, so after the mall, shop small

Saturday is a big deal for small businesses. Free hot cocoa. No stress or shopping cart rage.

Fired deputy prosecutor gets 4 days in Chelan assault case

Christopher Dickinson, 55, must also undergo alcohol abuse and sexual deviancy evaluations.

Family members of Civil War veteran John Louis Grant stand next to his tombstone before the tombstone dedication ceremony on Veterans Day on Sunday in Arlington. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

New tombstone for Civil War veteran in Arlington

Cpl. John Grant was a Union soldier from Indiana who later settled in Arlington.

Family members of Civil War veteran John Louis Grant stand next to his tombstone before the tombstone dedication ceremony on Veterans Day on Sunday in Arlington. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

His job in Arlington is teaching teenagers how to drive

James Brooke talks about life beyond the giant “student driver” sticker.

Rotary cleans up Portage Creek

The Arlington Rotary Club completed stream restoration projects along a 165-foot reach of Portage Creek, one of two main fish-bearing creeks passing through the Old… Continue reading

Radio measure passing; Arlington school levy failing

Voters were supporting a countywide tax for emergency radios, rejecting an Arlington schools bond.