Everett

These adults are volunteering to hang out at middle school

They serve as role models, and their extra eyes and ears look for early signs of trouble.

A painful, hopeful recovery for Lynnwood woman hit on I-5

A man suspected of two DUIs in a week hit Amanda Perry. “He’s going to kill someone,” she said.

Jury deadlocked in revenge case against slain man’s mother

Prosecutors say the woman set the killer’s house on fire as retaliation. A judge ordered a mistrial.

Tasty pho and much more at new Vietnamese restaurant in Everett

Basil on Everett Mall Way is run by the son of longtime Vietnamese-American restaurateurs.

The Magnolia Brass Quintet will make its premiere performance at a Veterans Day-themed concert on Nov. 11 in Everett.

Veterans Day concert to feature American music, brass quintet

Music composed by Stephen Foster and George M. Cohan will be on the program Sunday.

The Magnolia Brass Quintet will make its premiere performance at a Veterans Day-themed concert on Nov. 11 in Everett.

Everett voters say yes to City Council districts

And in a council race, Liz Vogeli, with more than 51 percent of the vote, was leading Tyler Rourke.

Seated next to the Everett Massacre plaque and dressed with a vintage look, history buff Christopher Summit talks about the events that took place Nov. 5, 1916, from a little different perspective. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Massacre’s details not fully known, but new sources may help

Digital information is more available, says a history buff who worked at Little Bighorn Battlefield.

Seated next to the Everett Massacre plaque and dressed with a vintage look, history buff Christopher Summit talks about the events that took place Nov. 5, 1916, from a little different perspective. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Radio measure passing; Arlington school levy failing

Voters were supporting a countywide tax for emergency radios, rejecting an Arlington schools bond.

TSA holding job fair for Paine Field passenger screeners

The hiring event will be Wednesday and Thursday, in the afternoon, in Lynnwood.

Drills may close Naval Station Everett at times on Wednesday

People might hear loud noises from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The same exercise is planned for next week.

The buffalo is back at ‘The Buff’ — but you can’t ride it

After a theft gone awry, the iconic statue of an Evergreen Way saloon now stares down from the roof.

No, a Discover Pass doesn’t permit chopping down big trees

Two men are accused of poaching $12,000 worth of public timber. Their Discover Pass excuse didn’t fly.

What employers need to know about opioids in the workplace

A Snohomish Health District initiative is aimed at helping employers deal with the epidemic.

Arlington woman gets 10½ years for DUI death in US 2 crash

The sentence includes a two-year penalty for having a previous drunken driving conviction.

Vogeli and Rourke vie for open Everett City Council seat

Whoever is elected will have some tough decisions to make next year.

Facing murder charge, girl, 17, pleads to lesser felony

Gladyz Valencia-Anguiano is accused of staying in the car and smoking a cigarette during a deadly robbery.

More scholarships going to EvCC students

Scholarships are “a vote of confidence in the students,” the director of the EvCC Foundation said.

A proposed 140-unit student housing complex in Everett could add another big building to north Broadway.

EvCC is taking Everett to court over student housing project

The college fears the 140-unit complex will lead to vacancies in its dorms and create congestion.

A proposed 140-unit student housing complex in Everett could add another big building to north Broadway.

Election to decide who’s in power at the PUD; two seats open

Two of the three Snohomish County Public Utility District’s commissioner seats are on the ballot.

Tax hike would fund increased emergency calls, higher costs

Everett officials say the demand for services has outstripped available funding.