Arlington

Another Mukilteo man is guilty of murder in torture killings

Hassani Hassani, 20, is the second defendant to plead guilty to torturing and killing Ezekiel Kelly.

On Dec. 2nd, Andrea Reedy (right), a Salvation Army pastor laid out mats as she prepared for the first night the cold weather shelter was open this winter. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Near-record cold pushes emergency shelters to their limits

The Salvation Army, expecting to stay open for another week of freezing temps, needs volunteers.

On Dec. 2nd, Andrea Reedy (right), a Salvation Army pastor laid out mats as she prepared for the first night the cold weather shelter was open this winter. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Arlington school construction bond failing in third try

The new measure aimed to allow the district to tear down Post Middle School and replace it.

Weather might be a factor in Arlington school bond election

Voting ends today on $96 million for school construction and security upgrades.

In 3rd try, Arlington schools propose a leaner bond measure

Tuesday’s special ballot asks for up to $96 million. Earlier proposals sought $107.5 million.

State plugs away at mapping landslide-prone areas

The DNR wants to study the area around the Oso slide and similar terrain across the state.

Wrong-way drunken driver gets max sentence for deadly crash

“I ask no pity,” said Aaron Gentry, who killed Miriam Robinson, 28, on I-5 last summer.

Arlington police looking for missing 13-year-old girl

Destiney Vanderweele was last seen in Arlington on Jan. 5.

For legal cannabis growers, there’s little room for error

Four violations could shutter The Clone Zone, an Arlington cannabis firm that employs 30.

Cherished documents stolen from Arlington church

A safe containing sacramental registers for baptisms, marriages, deaths and confirmations is missing.

Hulu reality show sends marketing team to Arlington

The city is vying for the starring makeover role in “SmallBusiness Revolution — Main Street.”

Forest ranger’s retirement is blocked by border-wall standoff

While waiting for separation papers to be processed, “I’m trying to stay non-political as best I can.”

A stunning show of Snohomish County Council bipartisanship

The council has appointed a Republican vice chairman. But not every Democrat is on board.

Business is brisk as new Arlington truck stop opens

The Pilot Travel Center at Island Crossing has restaurants, gas pumps, restrooms, showers and more.

Snohomish County works to boost development around airports

A new initiative aims to lure businesses to Paine Field and the Arlington-Marysville industrial area.

Snohomish County avoids more court battles over Oso mudslide

An appeals court upheld an earlier decision excluding the county from suits over slide deaths, injuries.

Man posing as a real estate agent steals jewelry, police say

Apparently this wasn’t the first time the Mercer Island man has stolen from homes on the market.

After laying down flowers, Ann O’Donnell touches a plaque with her late husband Dan’s name on it as family members and riders from “The Big Shots Bicycle Group” pay their respects at a bench in founder Dan O’Donnell’s name along the Centennial Trail on Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018 in Arlington, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Snohomish County trail gets bench honoring a real ‘Big Shot’

Dan O’Donnell started the senior bicycle group that has kept riding, somehow, since his 2017 death.

After laying down flowers, Ann O’Donnell touches a plaque with her late husband Dan’s name on it as family members and riders from “The Big Shots Bicycle Group” pay their respects at a bench in founder Dan O’Donnell’s name along the Centennial Trail on Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018 in Arlington, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

It started with a stolen Pepsi — then more than $5,600 was taken

A Walmart employee working the night shift allegedly loaded her debit card with thousands of dollars.