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Todd Peterman-Dishion of Everett, let go by Boeing and addicted, turned to dark internet commerce.
A winter storm watch predicted chilly temps and inches of snow around Puget Sound through the weekend.
City of Everett code allows Williams Investment to build three-story and four-story apartment buildings.
An optional dual-language Spanish immersion program will be a first in the Everett School District.
Below-freezing temps are expected the next few days. Odds are good that Snohomish County will get snow.
Patrick Kunz, suspected of voyeurism, volunteered at Leading Edge Gymnastics Academy for five years.
The Angel of the Winds Arena will host the Saving Our Jobs Virtual Comedy Festival on Feb. 14.
The driver was driven in the wrong direction on northbound I-5 and hit another vehicle head-on.
The Seaspan Brilliance has been anchored in Port Gardner for over a week. The ship is bound for Canada.
A cold front headed for the Northwest is expected to bring the lowest temperatures of the winter.
Eventually, it could bring a year-round indoor farmers’ market to the area.
Chad Harris was a holdover from a Fire Marshal’s Office where inspectors were rumored to take midday naps. Then he got new bosses.
After 12 years of marriage, pregnancy was a surprise. Friends and family have helped in the midst of the pandemic.
Salish Sea Ceramic Studio on Hewitt Avenue offers classes, clay, inspiration and plenty of light.
Two critics said Merle Ash profited from his public role. A Snohomish County ethics commission disagreed.
The Everett City Council must still vote on the project’s components, including a “no-sit, no-lie” ordinance.
Lombardi’s owner Kerri Lonergan-Dreke is unhappy with government but is coping with the changes COVID brought.
It’s the fourth mass vaccination clinic in Snohomish County and can administer 10,000 shots per week.
A woman allegedly drove recklessly. She and her passenger, a dealership employee, were hospitalized.
A ropes course at Forest Park is just one public-private proposal under consideration.