Everett

Rose Johnson, 80, is a member of the Everett Area Newcomers Club, which meets and dines once a month at Sno-Isle Tech’s student-run Le Bistro Restaurant. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Old-timers can join the Everett Area Newcomers Club

Everett group welcomes women for friendship and fun at multiple meet-ups.

 

Joe Gibbens and Tracy O’Toole, of the U.S. Forest Service, look over a map showing planned work to remove hazardous material from the abandoned mining town of Monte Cristo during a walkthrough of the area June 11, 2015. (Ian Terry / Herald file)

Public encouraged to weigh in on Monte Cristo’s future

One key question includes whether motorized access to the ghost town should be allowed.

 

Teen charged with murder in shooting over car

A Lynnwood teen has been charged with second-degree murder for…

 

Former councilman files second lawsuit

Ron Gipson is suing Snohomish County claiming he suffered racial discrimination.

Lake Stevens man shot by deputies reportedly was suicidal

The fatal shooting is the latest incident where someone apparently wanted police to fire.

Man fatally shot in confrontation with deputies under US 2

The reportedly suicidal man was holding what appeared to be a weapon. Deputies fired multiple shots.

Former Everett councilman suing sexual harassment accusers

Ron Gipson claims allegations of sexual harassment caused him financial loss and emotional distress.

Everett man accused of causing his baby’s brain damage

He told police he shook his son to get him to stop crying, and the boy slipped out of his hands.

Residents are helping turn Casino Road in a new direction

An initiative backed by a $700,000 grant goes to the community for solutions to the area’s challenges.

Hunter Standley, 6, scoots backward into a cozy cubbyhole in Wee Fit’s sensory room while holding an artificial aquarium. Hunter, who has autism, is with his mom, Breanna Standley, 25, and his grandmother, Barbara Bambrick, 63. They are all from Tulalip. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Family sets feast for the senses

Wee Fit is a new sensory play space in Everett for children on the autism spectrum.

Hunter Standley, 6, scoots backward into a cozy cubbyhole in Wee Fit’s sensory room while holding an artificial aquarium. Hunter, who has autism, is with his mom, Breanna Standley, 25, and his grandmother, Barbara Bambrick, 63. They are all from Tulalip. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

New sculpture at WSU-Everett is a math-focused masterpiece

Artist Paul Vexler’s “Conic Sections” showcases the circle, ellipse, parabola and hyperbola shapes.

Everett marchers: ‘There’s too much to protest’ for one sign

About 150 people joined the “March to Impeach” from the waterfront to a county courthouse rally.

4 from Snohomish County still missing since mid-December

There was a stretch earlier this month when a person was reported missing almost every day for a week.

Groups step up to help bring holiday cheer to at-risk youth

The Snohomish County Court Appointed Special Advocate program partnered with local businesses, community organizations and individuals throughout Snohomish County to ensure all children represented by… Continue reading

Number of flu-related deaths in county continues to grow

Statewide, 86 people have died from the flu, most of whom were 65 or older.

Everett man killed at bar had criminal history, gang ties

A bar employee reportedly shot Matalepuna Malu, 29, whose street name was “June Bug.”

Inslee: County’s plan for homelessness and addiction is ‘genius’

The governor was in Everett on Thursday to tour the diversion center that will open in March.

$75K gift to complete Arboretum

The Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens President Trevor Cameron on Jan. 10 presented Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin and the Everett City Council with a check for… Continue reading

Pedestrian bridge will offer easier link to Everett waterfront

That area is seeing an increase in shops and restaurants.

Snohomish County’s emergency radios are breaking down

A plan to convert to digital equipment is in the works with an estimated cost of up to $75 million.