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They will work with the FBI after eight people were arrested in the assault of an African-American DJ.
“You can’t be what you can’t see,” says Noni LaLone, who helped start the program at the Boys & Girls Clubs.
The Everett Public Schools Foundation awarded 46 classroom grants totaling $30,174 for…
But college leaders must convince the governor and lawmakers to put it in the next state capital budget.
His grandmother may have saved many lives when she found his journal and rifle and called police.
The Galeanas and their five children all are taking part in a leadership program.
The senior vice president of operations helped shape the new Everett Y. Meanwhile, he’s battling cancer.
Imagine Children’s Museum will host a holiday event for children sensitive to light, noise or crowds.
Longtime Everett man Ralph Lower, who died at 99, was a proud World War II veteran and avid boater.
The state Department of Corrections’ Everett office has felony warrants for the following offenders. If you have information about them, call police or… Continue reading
After collecting turkeys for the Everett Gospel Mission, the motorcycle club will collect donated toys.
Gov. Inslee appointed the long-time defense attorney to replace retiring Judge Ellen Fair.
It will go into effect in September. Shoppers will be able to purchase a thicker plastic or paper bag for $0.05.
Motor Trucks in Everett on Nov. 8 was honored with the Hire-A-Vet Award from the Washington Employment Security Department for its practice of hiring veterans.… Continue reading
The 18th annual show in Everett will be filled with song-and-dance acts and benefit area food banks.
The biomedical industry is looking for graduates and the university is seeking $1.5M to produce more of them.
Elizabeth Webber died in 2015, but her legacy is helping new generation through holiday card sales.
Economic development director Dan Eernissee hopes to turn the city into a more happening place.
On freezing nights, a patchwork of emergency homeless shelters opens across Snohomish County.
Officials last year declared the opioid crisis an emergency on par with a natural disaster.