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The restaurant, an Everett landmark since 1994, is a prime spot for outdoor dining.
The 50-foot sailboat near the Langus park in the Snohomish is about a half mile from the Midas.
Military experiences will be preserved for all time, thanks to Library of Congress history project.
For now, they’ve requested a rehearing after the federal court sided with the city of Everett in July.
Officials at Angel of the Winds Arena also expect to host regular-season WNBA games again next year.
Snohomish County Public Works has installed live traffic webcams at five solid waste facilities.
South County Firefighters Foundation gets $3,000
Judges say court-appointed guardians broke the law to keep a child away from her troubled parents.
No one was injured by the loose 1967 Chevelle in the southbound lanes Sunday morning.
James Kohlhepp, 46, was charged days ago with robbing a bank. At his first chance, he admitted guilt.
The Sheldon family’s friends have organized Sadie’s Night on Aug. 27, with small bites from 8 chefs.
A delivery truck hit the softball field fence, where a Special Olympics competition was taking place.
The catwalk between Andersen Insurance Agency and Beverly’s Auto Licensing is a tradition for many.
Christopher Yacono had a long history of mental illness, before he killed Marta Haile, 31.
Lisa Lefeber, now deputy executive director, will assume the top leadership post Oct. 16.
In this week’s “Herald Headlines,” we talk about Alaska Airlines’ evolving service at Paine Field.
Downtown Everett businesses cope with road closures, debris and the roar of the jackhammer.
Since the pilot began in mid-May, over 28,000 rides have been taken in the city.
The students completed the high-stakes test at Mariner High in June. Where are they?