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The payroll tax should be delayed to allow lawmakers time to adjust the program for long-term care.
The state Supreme Court accepted the redistricting panel’s work, but limited the scope of its ruling.
A joint study will gather information on whether to combine Everett Transit and Community Transit.
A requirement for vaccination only means those unvaccinated will have to attend sessions remotely.
Organizations, such as Imagine Children’s Museum, need our support as we look past the pandemic.
Using federal funds, the mayor’s office has outlined $20.7M in projects to address covid’s impacts.
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The cameras, planned for seven Everett locations, should help prevent costly and deadly accidents.
With a panel unable to finish on time and in public, the job is left to the state Supreme Court.
The county’s food banks are seeing increasing demand for help; cash donations help them serve needs.
Congress and president have their $1.2 trillion plan. What’s yet to come from state lawmakers?
The budget calls for purchase of EVs for the county’s fleet; serving as an example for others.
A legislative work group is considering tax reforms that could result in a more equitable system.
Sen. Patty Murray has renewed her call for Congress to permanently adopt daylight saving time.
A backlog of maintenance work and projects already is costing us billions. We just don’t notice it.
The state’s top election official is leaving for a federal post. Here’s how to continue her good work.
Doubts and questions about a covid vaccine for kids should now be directed to the family doctor.
Resumed talks may bring a final answer to assessing the balance of what the dams provide and cost.
A Mill Creek city official’s call for police applicants was more about anti-vax politics than jobs.