Everett

7-year-old helps lead Walk to Cure Arthritis

Hallee Jette, 7, was the youth honoree at the 2018 Snohomish County…

 

County settles sexual harassment suit for $350K

Accusations centered on human services and contractors.

 

Everett Community College honors Distinguished Alumni

Everett Community College has selected real estate developer Henry Robinett and school…

 

Everett grad doing swimmingly

Swim team captain Gabrielle Schmidt headed to Gonzaga.

A mother hands her child a strawberry as families with children and teens eat at the Summer Free Lunch Program in the cafeteria at Sunnycrest Elementary on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 in Lake Stevens, Wa. This is the seventh summer of free lunches in Lake Stevens and the second at Sunnycrest.(Andy Bronson / The Herald)
A mother hands her child a strawberry as families with children and teens eat at the Summer Free Lunch Program in the cafeteria at Sunnycrest Elementary on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 in Lake Stevens, Wa. This is the seventh summer of free lunches in Lake Stevens and the second at Sunnycrest.(Andy Bronson / The Herald)

No left turn to Everett schools administration building

Carol Forsberg, of Everett, writes: “Coming off Broadway and wanting to go up to 41st, there is no turn lane by the new Everett school… Continue reading

No name change for North Middle School in Everett

The School Board voted 3-1 against a change; the school is about to start a $50 million renovation.

It’s getting real: Light rail is coming to the ’burbs

Plans are farther along in Lynnwood than in Everett, which is the end of the line in more ways than one.

Teenager shot during fight at Everett park-and-ride lot

A crowd of minors there reportedly came from an earlier house party, which police had shut down.

Five-year-old Autumn climbs onto a sturdy tricycle in the playground area at Tomorrow’s Hope Child Development Center in Everett Friday. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

‘Attachment’ called key to children’s wellbeing

Childhood experts here do critical work amid reports of migrant children being separated from parents.

Five-year-old Autumn climbs onto a sturdy tricycle in the playground area at Tomorrow’s Hope Child Development Center in Everett Friday. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Everett defense investigator accused of witness tampering

He allegedly warned an assault victim he could be deported if he testified against gang members.

Rotary helps teens get ready with College Essentials

The Rotary Club of Everett on June 7 took 10 teenagers on a shopping spree to buy what the teens needed to take the next… Continue reading

Paul Brandal, 64, walks with his 25-year-old bison, “Wobble,” across a portion of his 70-acre farm between Ebey Slough and Sunnyside Boulevard Monday afternoon. “He just knows me,” Brandle says about the 1,800-pound animal. “He follows me around like a puppy.” (Dan Bates / The Herald)

The Daily Herald stories and photos win 11 journalism awards

The Society of Professional Journalists also gave a lifetime achievement award to a departed editor.

Paul Brandal, 64, walks with his 25-year-old bison, “Wobble,” across a portion of his 70-acre farm between Ebey Slough and Sunnyside Boulevard Monday afternoon. “He just knows me,” Brandle says about the 1,800-pound animal. “He follows me around like a puppy.” (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Property values continue skyward in Snohomish County

Home values climbed an average 12.2 percent since a year ago, the assessor says.

Everett STEM night honors young innovators

Nearly 2,000 people attended the Everett School District’s 2018 Innovation Expo, held June 6 at Angel of the Winds Arena in downtown Everett. Judges considered… Continue reading

Providence supervisor honored by Coast Guardsman

Providence Regional Medical Center supervisor Peter Smeltz was presented with a Patriot Award May 15. Smeltz was nominated by U.S. Coast Guardsman Petty Officer Nat… Continue reading

Man, son injured in electrical accident in downtown Everett

They were using a mechanical lift, which touched a power line. The boy, 5, was in serious condition.

There’s a new signal at a busy 128th Street intersection

Adding 15 minutes to travel time just for waiting at a traffic light? Yep. It took up to five cycles for Cheryl Perhatch, of Everett,… Continue reading

Death near Port of Everett marina was ruled a suicide

The body of a man, 75, was recovered June 14 from the waterfront near the Weyerhaeuser Building.

US 2 trestle work postponed a 3rd time due to forecast rain

It must be perfectly dry when repaving material is applied. They will try again next weekend.