Arlington

Man injured in fire near Arlington

Several other fire departments responded, including Arlington, Getchell, Granite Falls and Silvana.

Pit bull dog attacks, injuring 4 people at home in Arlington

Two are Jehovah’s Witnesses missionaries. All were treated at hospitals. The dog was euthanized.

Go on a walk to give feedback about Arlington’s streets

The City Council last year adopted a resolution to work on what’s being called Complete Streets.

Arlington mom honored for work on distracted driving law

Tina Meyer, of Arlington, was among a trio of Washington state family members who were honored in April with a Public Service Award by the… Continue reading

Arlington Rotary grant pays for AEDs for police

Arlington Rotary and Rotary International recently awarded a grant for over $12,000 to purchase eight new automated external defibrillators (AEDs) for Arlington Police vehicles. Thanks… Continue reading

Post Middle School students plant trees for Earth Day

The Stillaguamish Tribe partnered with Sound Salmon Solutions to lead a tree planting April 18 at the Country Charm property in Arlington to celebrate Earth… Continue reading

Arlington arts advocate honored for 20 years of service

The Stillaguamish Senior Center has given its Lifetime Achievement Award to Virginia Hatch.

Instead of top high school athletes, STEM students shine

Letter of intent signing day uplifts science, technology, engineering and mathematics ace students.

Child ejected, adult injured in I-5 rollover near Arlington

A medical helicopter landed at the scene to take the child to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

Carter Howell, 12, (left) from Post Middle School, and Bjorn Gudgeon, 12, from Haller Middle School print messages on pop-up cards they made during a card-making party at Arlington Library April 12. The cards were to be sent to the nonprofit Cards for Hospitalized Kids. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Arlington tweens craft get-well cards for hospitalized kids

Creative time at library lets young people contribute to national program

Carter Howell, 12, (left) from Post Middle School, and Bjorn Gudgeon, 12, from Haller Middle School print messages on pop-up cards they made during a card-making party at Arlington Library April 12. The cards were to be sent to the nonprofit Cards for Hospitalized Kids. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Arlington school security improvements include call boxes

Installed at six schools, they’re intended to prevent unauthorized visitors from gaining access.

Missing teen girl found safe at Lake Stevens transit center

Lilly Potter hadn’t been seen since late Sunday, when she disappeared from the 28700 block of Highway 9.

New support group for those whose loved ones battle opioids

“I remember when my dad told me that every time our family member relapses, we relapse.”

Students to walk out over gun issues, school safety

Walkouts are planned Friday at schools around the country, including at least nine in Snohomish County.