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Last week’s vote by the Everett City Council could have benefits beyond a project serving homeless students.
But the six-month study may not gather enough data to judge the effectiveness of the cameras.
The Trump administration’s proposed rules would frustrate efforts to aid families seeking steady work.
Charitable giving is down slightly, so Giving Tuesday is a timely reminder of what we can do.
A proposal to limit where it is used could exclude it from neighborhoods where it can be a good fit.
Small Business Saturday encourages shoppers to patronize independent shops and aid the local economy.
If politics is off the menu at the table, keep the conversation going by delving into family stories.
One secures full funding for parks grants. The other would fix a maintenance backlog at national parks.
The Medicare for All debate is informative, but a more immediate concern needs to be addressed.
Banking groups are suing over a tax increase that was passed quickly and with little public review.
Community Transit has pitched a merger with Everett Transit; that raises issues for the city’s voters.
Too much is at stake to allow the measure to gut transportation revenue without a constitutional vetting.
Voter turnout improved over recent off-year elections but is still below what’s needed for good government.
Low Medicaid reimbursement rates are forcing closures and the relocation of elderly residents.
Greater oversight is needed of the ingredients of e-cigarette products and how they are sold.
Limiting Everett and Sno-Isle libraries to one ebook copy of new titles isn’t publishing.
A new study looks at options other than asphalt paving for the highway’s 14 miles of gravel road.
With the state facing an infrastructure debt, how should we pay for the roads and transit we need?
There’s too much at stake — in particular I-976 — to be left to just a third of voters in the county.
Grab your ballot, a pen, your voters guides and make sure your voice is heard in this election.