Carol Thomas, Everett’s cultural arts manager, says goodbye

She has worked on projects that fostered artistry and community. Her position has been eliminated.

Multiple vehicles and life threatening injuries were involved in a Thursday afternoon crash on SR 526. (Everett Police Department)

Teenage boy dies after multiple vehicle crash on Highway 526

Austin Nguyen, of Marysville, died at a hospital Monday from blunt-force injuries.

Multiple vehicles and life threatening injuries were involved in a Thursday afternoon crash on SR 526. (Everett Police Department)

Everett public safety committee to discuss police policies

The meeting comes after nationwide protests over law enforcement and calls to “defund the police.”

Instead of arrest, new diversion program to offer resources

The county has a nearly $1.7 million grant for the initiative, which focuses on repeat offenders.

Everett’s Statue of Liberty welcomes weary travelers on I-5

Steve Breeden bolted the replica to his deck for year-round patriotism and quirky fun.

Everett High students seek equity, racial justice

Members of the school’s Black Student Union issued a list of student demands during a protest June 6.

Cuts, coronavirus create concealed-carry license backlog

More than 2,000 people await permits as applications to the sheriff’s office have increased in June.

Driver hospitalized after crash on Evergreen Way in Everett

Southbound lanes were closed and northbound traffic was reduced to one lane Sunday night.

A homeless camp of last resort pops up on the county campus

Dozens of people live in tents on a patch of concrete in downtown Everett. The county does what it can to help.

Former Boeing worker charged in fatal shooting in Everett

Ryan Leenders is accused of killing a neighbor he invited to a party. He posted $1 million bond.

Fortney’s first 6 months as sheriff: ‘A lot to reflect on’

In a lengthy interview with The Daily Herald, he talked about his decisions, the pandemic and protests.

Everett district: What should school look like next year?

With the academic year over, school district leaders seek input about concerns for 2020-21.

‘I can’t breathe’: Video shows Black man pinned by Everett cop

Police say the arrest of Joseph Hill was within policy, but it led the city to update its use-of-force manual.

Longtime Herald columnist James McCusker dies at 82

He passed away June 21 after a fall weeks earlier. He had written for The Herald since the 1980s.

Solved: For 43 years, she was ‘Precious’ Jane Doe

She was murdered near Everett in 1977. Years of detective work finally revealed her name: Lisa Roberts, 17.

Port makeover of old mill property loses $15.5 million grant

Key federal money was rescinded because of a technicality, the Port of Everett says, and it has reapplied.

Jetty Island ferry service canceled, another COVID casualty

People can still luxuriate on the sandy strip off Everett’s shores, just pack out what you bring.

Multiple vehicle crash closes Highway 526 Thursday evening

The collision resulted in multiple life-threatening injuries.

Happy ‘retro pop’ songs are this Everett musician’s bag

“Come Into My Studio” is Dana Countryman’s latest album of upbeat music inspired by artists such as the Carpenters and Burt Bacharach.

Is pollution at old mill site reaching the Snohomish River?

Over 20 years after an initial cleanup, the state isn’t sure arsenic on a 9-acre lot is contained.