Everett

Video: You’ll be dazzled by this ‘dazzle ship’-inspired art

Harold Hollingsworth is one of the artists to be featured in the Schack Art Center’s upcoming show.

 

Artist’s mural inspired by British ‘dazzle ships’ of WWI

Harold Hollingsworth’s wall painting will be on display until June 2 at the Schack. (Video)

 

More locations added to get needle cleanup kits

About 800 kits have been distributed since the program started in September.

 

Drownings, fires, falls, exhaustion — enjoy the hot weather!

It’s summer in April, and first responders remind us that danger lurks on land and in the water.

County master builders group offering scholarships

The $30,000 in scholarships is aimed at students enrolled in residential construction programs.

Man pleads guilty in Everett pot deal that turned fatal

His co-defendant in that case pleaded guilty in an unrelated drive-by shooting.

Everett’s corner veteran flag-wavers honor one of their own

Evergreen Troop Support Group members turned out to remember Vietnam veteran John McKee, 79.

Why can’t we walk to Everett’s waterfront? It’s complicated

It’s long been a priority of the community, but the railroad and funding are tough obstacles.

Mermaid’s sculptor is still at work — in the California desert

Kay Henkel left Edmonds nearly 40 years ago. She is still creating art — in Palm Springs.

More needle cleanup and disposal kits available to residents

The free kits, which include gloves, are designed to help people safely get rid of discarded syringes.

Motorcyclist flees Everett crash, deserts injured passenger

The driver and a friend hauled the bike away and left the passenger at the scene in Everett.

3 crashes caused by driver of stolen car

A police dog chased down the suspect near the scene of the third crash.

Vacant house fire in Everett deemed suspicious

There were no injuries reported and the cause of the blaze is under investigation.

A strong economy + growth = a shortage of school bus drivers

Districts are having a hard time staffing many of their routes.

This is one trend that’s come back around

On Record Store Day, old-fashioned vinyl is more popular than ever.

Again, students here join nationwide protests over shootings

Friday’s marches and walkouts marked the 19th anniversary of the shootings at Columbine. (With video)

Longtime Grace United Methodist Church office manager Linda Doyle finds a memento—an intact yellow brick—to remind her of all the good memories here. But Doyle and many church members are excited about Cocoon House’s new home. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

A new generation of good works takes root in Everett

Spirit of Grace United Methodist Church comes down as Cocoon House prepares to build.

Longtime Grace United Methodist Church office manager Linda Doyle finds a memento—an intact yellow brick—to remind her of all the good memories here. But Doyle and many church members are excited about Cocoon House’s new home. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Everett school leaders mull next steps on bond, overcrowding

Officials are in this position after voters did not approve a $330.6 million bond measure in February.

Grossman ride clocks 15K miles

The Dr. Art Grossman Memorial Bike Ride was held April 14 on the Centennial Trail. The Everett Family YMCA sponsored the event in memory of… Continue reading

Health students shine at state competition

Washington HOSA is a student organization focused on careers in health care (formerly known as Health Occupations Students of America). The State Leadership Conference was… Continue reading