Donations of money and time support work of charities. The times call for wise use of your dollars.
Floating offshore wind farms could be a boon for maritime employers like Everett’s Dunlap Towing.
Small Business Saturday is your invitation to help small businesses, their employees and your town.
With time short, the U.S. Senate can pass an act that would limit the lure of cash from shops.
A public dispute among state agencies and local governments can only delay solutions for homelessness.
Unless Congress makes changes soon, benefits could be reduced by 23 percent as early as 2034.
A shelved proposal to reintroduce the bears to the state’s wilderness has resumed with four hearings.
It’s a warning and a goal that we and our leaders must meet with a balance of alarm and optimism.
Sales or closures of stores could bring higher prices, loss of jobs and wider ‘food deserts’ for many.
You have access to the information you need; use it to cast your ballot and practice democracy.
The state treasurer wants to invest funds now for children to use later for financial stability.
There’s a cavity to fill in Snohomish County. Too few hygienists are available to fill open jobs.
Because of misrepresentations made by Clyde Shavers on his resume, his endorsement is rescinded.
Some advice to help you choose your candidates, submit your ballot and learn about elections.
As you consider your vote in the Nov. 8 election, the editorial board makes these recommendations.
The editorial board begins its endorsements with two state House races in newly redrawn districts.
Schrier has a record of working for practical solutions and will represent the eastern county well.
U.S. Rep. Larsen’s two decades of service have informed and prepared him to serve a changing district.
The 12th Legislative District race introduces new but veteran lawmakers to Snohomish County.
Voters should consider changes in leadership the district has undertaken as it seeks to avoid cuts.