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Jigsaw puzzle sales have surged during the pandemic. The Best Puzzles & Gifts has hundreds of designs.
Is Rucker Avenue undergoing a retail revival? The owners of the Pops Skate Shop think so.
At Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center, the gradual return of in-person learning is a welcome reprieve from screen time.
With economic uncertainty, homeowners and businesses have put the brakes on alternative energy plans.
Dykeman Architects has designed sustainable buildings for more than a quarter-century.
The campus in north Everett will offer bachelor’s degree in business administration in the fall.
Bowling and indoor dining were back as Snohomish County moved to Phase 2 of the “Healthy Washington” recovery plan.
Newest canine of the Snohomish sheriff’s office force was injured in jump from a third-floor balcony.
Two hidden cellphones have been found at a gymnastics academy. The most recent discovery led to an arrest.
The Everett hospital has apologized for sending vaccination invites to more than 200 big-money donors.
The county set up drive-thru clinics quickly. But it’s still difficult to make an appointment.
In the mix are incumbent council members, a retired firefighter and a business manager.
In her annual speech, Mayor Cassie Franklin reflected on losses and triumphs and stated her priorities.
The governor says he has an agreement with lawmakers to commit to finding money to fix fish-blocking culverts
Those near Naval Station Everett and Naval Air Station Whidbey Island might notice unusual activity.
The company also reported a record loss of $11.94 billion in 2020, much of that due to the 777X delay.
Several districts, including Everett and Marysville, will bring students back to campuses in February.
The devices have generated millions of dollars of revenue for nearby Lynnwood over the past decade.
Roughly 1,000 homeowners were scammed by Josh Herrera, 34, who advertised impossible mortgage rates.
The manufacturer’s small, temporary homes have helped hundreds of people get off the streets around Puget Sound.