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The traditional sail-in cinema is transforming to meet Inslee’s Phase 2 requirements.
Salons are busy styling and removing hair in Phase 2. But no more wine or magazines for clients.
Many Canadians fear a reopening.
The Seattle facility was operating 10 of its 14 impatient beds before closing.
Funds were reserved for Alaska Native corporations awaiting the outcome of a lawsuit over eligibility.
New research reinforces the importance of face masks in limiting the spread of coronavirus.
The Snohomish Health District is sponsoring testing at McCollum Park and Sno-Isle Library locations.
Public Health Essentials! A blog by the Snohomish Health District.
The building with a colorful past of dancing and fine dining at 1414 Hewitt Ave. is for rent — again.
Advocates worry the fiscal toll of COVID-19 could shutter some day-care providers for good.
An artist and global traveler, Christine Jubie lived at a care facility before she died of the virus.
Eligible residents must make less than 60% of the county median income. Aid could be ready by early July.
The state classifies them as gatherings and says no more than five people can attend — per week.
The prison is restricting movement in its medium-security unit.
Patients may see the new charges on their next bill. Many single-use masks can now cost up to $10.
Increased testing, more contact tracing and reopening in some counties are to blame, officials say.
An Arlington mother and other advocates are working to ensure people with disabilities get the help they need.
Superintendent Chris Reykdal says in-person instruction is possible if schools comply with safety rules.
Auditors want to know how criminals used stolen IDs to collect up to $650 million in benefits
One employee tested positive and another has mild symptoms. All are getting tested, district says.