Everett

This video shows person of interest in fatal Everett assault

The 62-year-old victim, Jay Agostinelli, was homeless and died of a head injury.

Teen faces illegal gun charge after brother, 12, is wounded

They allegedly were playing with a revolver. Then the 16-year-old left the room.

In Historic Everett Theatre manager Curt Shriner’s world, the question of saving or selling the old playhouse largely owned by his brother is a question of finding more partners. The theater is for sale for $1.9 million. Curt Shriner, shown here in the mirrored lobby, plans to stay on as an owner and manager. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Historic Everett Theatre holds an audition for new investors

Says a prospective new owner, who is a local actress: “Culture strengthens the community.”

In Historic Everett Theatre manager Curt Shriner’s world, the question of saving or selling the old playhouse largely owned by his brother is a question of finding more partners. The theater is for sale for $1.9 million. Curt Shriner, shown here in the mirrored lobby, plans to stay on as an owner and manager. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

The Clipper staff take home journalism awards

Everett Community College student journalists won 16 awards from the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators for their work with the college’s student media organization,… Continue reading

Mukilteo teachers authorize strike and pack another meeting

They brought their contract beef to school district headquarters for a third time.

Titus Will of Snohomish received a bill from The Everett Clinic for $1.36 million for a visit to a walk-in clinic. Other Everett Clinic patients also received bills with miscalculated balances that were corrected. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

$1.36 million for a doctor’s visit to The Everett Clinic?

Some patients got sticker shock when they opened their May bills. Another was for $3.6 million.

Titus Will of Snohomish received a bill from The Everett Clinic for $1.36 million for a visit to a walk-in clinic. Other Everett Clinic patients also received bills with miscalculated balances that were corrected. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Mysa Tran, 29, bought Riverview Market & Cafe in 2016 and added a menu with American and Asian cuisine to expand the customer base. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Med school’s got nothing on this tiny market in Lowell

Tucked into a cozy enclave of Everett, the Riverview offers customers their “own little paradise.”

Mysa Tran, 29, bought Riverview Market & Cafe in 2016 and added a menu with American and Asian cuisine to expand the customer base. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Mysa Tran is the owner of the Riverview Market & Cafe. (Sue Misao / The Herald)

It’s a family affair at Lowell’s Riverview Market & Cafe

As you turn east off I-5 in Everett, this small community from the past unfolds.

Mysa Tran is the owner of the Riverview Market & Cafe. (Sue Misao / The Herald)

Bus driver credits team, equipment for accident-free career

He is 1 of only 2 in Community Transit’s 41-year history to reach the “3 Million Mile” milestone.

Families to get more time to adjust to new school boundaries

Many with children at Mill Creek Elementary are concerned about having to move them to Penny Creek.

Hard hats, shovels and a back hoe decorate the site of the new Everett Family YMCA Saturday morning. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Everett YMCA breaks ground for new facility

The new $33 million building will expand accessibility and recreational opportunities

Hard hats, shovels and a back hoe decorate the site of the new Everett Family YMCA Saturday morning. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Blake Guidice graduates from U.S. Naval Academy

U.S. Navy Ensign Blake Guidice graduated May 25 from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Guidice is the son of Walt and Crystal Guidice… Continue reading

New book chronicles Port of Everett’s first 100 years

It covers the agency’s history, from pre-war heavy industry to today’s recreation-focused development.

Kassi Blanchard will graduate from EvCC Friday and head to Western Washington University with a Washington State Opportunity Scholarship of up to $22,500. With serious health conditions, it has been no easy task. But the 34-year-old plans to become a doctor of osteopathic medicine. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Through all the hardships, she turns toward healing others

Relentless work and unshakable faith has propelled this EvCC grad to achieve the nearly impossible.

Kassi Blanchard will graduate from EvCC Friday and head to Western Washington University with a Washington State Opportunity Scholarship of up to $22,500. With serious health conditions, it has been no easy task. But the 34-year-old plans to become a doctor of osteopathic medicine. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Foster Grandparent program needs volunteers

It’s looking for people 55 and older to volunteer at sites such as schools or youth organizations.

Mariner alum is her Idaho district’s Teacher of the Year

Kim Dahlquist, a 1984 graduate of Mariner High School, was named the Twin Falls School District’s Teacher of the Year. Dahlquist has taught for 24… Continue reading

Snohomish County native shares Stanley Cup triumph with dad

T.J. Oshie’s father, Tim, suffers from Alzheimer’s disease, and T.J.’s moving post-game interview tugged at the heartstrings.

Armed Marysville man arrested after 4-hour police standoff

He was having an apparent mental health crisis on the sidewalk outside the Highlander Apartments.

Marilyn Ogden (left) and Kal Leichtman await the judge Wednesday afternoon at the Snohomish County Courthouse in Everett on June 6, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

A special wedding on D-Day

Kal Leichtman, 92, was there in 1944. He and Marilyn Ogden, 88, picked the anniversary to get married.

Marilyn Ogden (left) and Kal Leichtman await the judge Wednesday afternoon at the Snohomish County Courthouse in Everett on June 6, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Marilyn Ogden (left) and Kal Leichtman await the judge Wednesday afternoon at the Snohomish County Courthouse in Everett. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

They’re done shacking up: ‘I decided maybe it would work’

At 88 and 92, Marilyn Ogden and Kal Leichtman finally tied the knot.

Marilyn Ogden (left) and Kal Leichtman await the judge Wednesday afternoon at the Snohomish County Courthouse in Everett. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)