After 22 years, he’s ending 5-month gig at Arlington schools

Bob McClure joined during a time of contentious change, and is leaving the district in “a good place.”

Arlington man severely injured in serious assault

Police dogs searched the neighborhood but found no suspects.

Turkey Trot raises $4,600

The Arlington Runners Club and the Rotary Club of Arlington put on a Turkey Trot 5K on Thanksgiving morning. Devin Brossard, who is a member… Continue reading

Kudos for three local school boards

The Washington State School Directors Association recently named its 2017 Boards of Distinction, which this year include the Arlington, Everett and Northshore school boards. The… Continue reading

Community boards are taking on school truancy

Support and follow-through, not punishment, seems to be more effective at keeping kids in school.

Celebrating the origins of Christmas

LDS church holds annual nativity festival featuring more than 600 sets.

Old Silvana Creamery recalling whole raw milk

The milk was sold at the farm store, directly to customers and at local stores.

Investigation recommends girl shot by officers face charges

The teen is accused of assaulting her boyfriend and the responding police officers.

Parents of man who died during WSP chase still have questions

Garrett Olson crashed after fleeing a trooper. WSP says the trooper’s actions were within policy.

Foundation awards grants to Arlington schools

The Arlington Education Foundation on Nov. 13 presented a check to the Arlington School Board for over $7,800 in classroom grants. The Foundation awards classroom… Continue reading

Lakewood schools locked down after man grabs student

The student was able to get away. The campus has re-opened.

Arlington native serves on USS Antietam

Ensign Alvin Abes, a 2012 Arlington High School graduate, serves in the U.S. Navy aboard the guided missile cruiser, USS Antietam. Abes… Continue reading

She created a space for Oso mudslide survivors to heal

Suddenly there was a dire need for people to gather, talk and cry, in a place where they felt safe.

At Arlington reptile store, you need to watch where you step

It’s a hotbed of scaly, hissy and slithery critters — in cages and on the floor.

Stillaguamish River crests; more flooding depends on rain

Rising water created problems along the Snohomish and Skykomish rivers, too. Landslides are possible.

Woman who died in 5-car crash identified

A car driven by Susan E. Sill rear-ended another vehicle Wednesday on Smokey Point Boulevard.

5-vehicle crash in Arlington kills 62-year-old woman

Medics had transported her to the hospital, where she later died.

Legendary bluesman Curtis Salgado to play Arlington show

The Northwest blues-soul-funk-R&B living legend performs with Ben Hunter and Joe Seamons Nov. 18.

Two seriously injured in crash in Arlington

The intersection of Smokey PointBoulevard and 188th Street NE was closed and traffic was being detoured.

Eagles don purple to raise awareness of domestic violence

The Sept. 29 Arlington High School football game was dedicated to domestic violence awareness. Coaches wore purple hats, players wore purple socks and towels, and… Continue reading