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Everett is the USS Cape St. George’s new home port as it undergoes long-term repairs in Seattle.
Kimberly Mattson is drawn to the infinite number of elements that can be seen in a flower.
The homeowner, in his 70s, reportedly heard noise and confronted a burglar, in his 30s.
The fate of the vintage aircraft museum that featured Paul Allen’s private collection is up in the air.
William Thomas Harper III, 28, was shot to death Sunday. His alleged assailant is jailed.
The variance request will go to the state if approved by the Board of Health and the County Council.
Three people were involved in a robbery during which Michael Boone was tied to a tree and left to freeze.
For her parents, detectives and prosecutors, it’s less a whodunit than a question: Where’s Tracey Brazzel?
The company said it will lay off 6,770 workers this week, and another 5,520 are taking buyouts.
Five weeks after they returned to work, Boeing workers say measures inside the plants are mostly working.
Homage Senior Services continues to provide weekday meals at Carl Gipson Senior Center and other sites.
Police say the suspect, 35, made sexual advances and opened fire when he was turned down.
It’s against the law to deface public property with spray cans, no matter how artful.
It happened in the 6500 block of Beverly Lane, police said. Another man has been taken into custody.
The economy in and around Everett has struggled amid fallen revenues and uncertainty about the future.
In all, the County Council has OK’d nearly $75 million in federal CARES money. Only $70 million more to go.
City layoffs include a horticulturist, the “heart and soul” of the plant program.
Social distancing will be key to keeping pedestrians safe at city market.
Five staff members also won awards in the annual Society of Professional Journalists competition.
It docked in San Diego after about 80 sailors tested positive for COVID-19.