Arlington

Flooding closes roads in Arlington, Stanwood; snow in store?

The Stillaguamish, Snohomish and Skykomish rivers reached flood levels, but should dip Wednesday.

A man works on a balcony Monday at the Cedar Pointe Apartments, a 255-unit complex for adults 55 and older, at 17309 40th Ave. in Arlington. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Arlington: It’s growing everywhere with more on the horizon

All over the city, construction to build housing, retail and industrial is underway or in the works.

A man works on a balcony Monday at the Cedar Pointe Apartments, a 255-unit complex for adults 55 and older, at 17309 40th Ave. in Arlington. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Local flooding and rising rivers follow return of heavy rain

As a precaution, the state sent crews Friday to the eastbound U.S. 2 trestle to avoid a river logjam.

Family traditions inspired Arlington singer’s new recording

Hear Kristen Palmer sing songs from her “A Homemade Holiday” EP at a gig Friday.

Hazelnuts plus cranberries equals one pretty pie in Silvana

The special Christmastime treat was a hit at Hazel Blue Acres’ cooking demonstration.

Neo-Nazi suspect, tied to Arlington, charged with gun crime

A judge granted an “extreme risk” protection order against Kaleb Cole, whose whereabouts are unknown.

Score! 800-pound Ivan is a heckuva Seahawks 12th Man

The 8-foot chain saw chiseled dude with a mohawk and shouting mouth swivels around Arlington.

Robert Jared Dickson was a sailor aboard the USS Curtiss at Pearl Harbor during the 1941 attack. Here, he shared that experience during a 2016 interview at his Arlington home. He died Oct. 22 at age 98. (Photo Kevin Clark / The Herald)

He survived Pearl Harbor’s hell, and lived to raise a family

Robert Jared Dickson of Arlington, who picked up the dead in open boat, returned on 75th anniversary.

Robert Jared Dickson was a sailor aboard the USS Curtiss at Pearl Harbor during the 1941 attack. Here, he shared that experience during a 2016 interview at his Arlington home. He died Oct. 22 at age 98. (Photo Kevin Clark / The Herald)

2 long-time Arlington School Board members leave a legacy

Kay Duskin served for 20 years; Jeff Huleatt for 16. Much changed during their tenures.

Find comfort in cabins and yurts when camping in the cold

You don’t have to camp in a tent. There are more comfortable ways to enjoy the quiet joys of winter.

Port of Everett signs on with new Cascade Industrial Center

“Arlington and Marysville are the future of this county,” a port official says of the economic effort.

Janiva Magness headlines Legends of the Blues in Arlington

The American roots singer will be joined by the Northwest All-Star Blues Broads at the Nov. 23 show.

Suspected neo-Nazi with ties to Washington arrested in Texas

He and another man were caught with cache of weapons they are not legally allowed to possess.

Arlington council member rebuked for calling mayor ‘corrupt’

Sue Weiss’ unsubstantiated claim about Mayor Barb Tolbert prompted the ire of other council members.

Get your game face on at downtown Arlington’s newest sports bar

With more screens than the Situation Room, the Centennial Bar & Grill is the place to watch the game. The food’s good, too.

Drug use blamed for Arlington shelter’s closing

The Hands Together shelter is shutting its doors this year for the first time in a decade.

Arlington man, 50, died in crash into pasture

Norman Sandretzky was found deceased Sunday afternoon off Arlington Heights Road.

PUD accepting applications for low-income solar power grant

The grant is open to nonprofit or government organizations and totals about $27,500.

Arlington man dies after vehicle crashes into pasture

The man, 55, reportedly was not wearing a seat belt when his vehicle went off the roadway.

Candidates make their case for election during a forum at Rosehill Community Center in Mukilteo on Oct. 23. (Kevin Clark / Herald file)

Hang onto your seat for the homestretch of the election race

Some council and school board races are too close to predict. The next vote counts are Monday.

Candidates make their case for election during a forum at Rosehill Community Center in Mukilteo on Oct. 23. (Kevin Clark / Herald file)
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