Everett

Jacob Nanfito, an instructor with Goodwill Industries, teaches a large ESOL class to moms Tuesday at the Casino Road Academy, while in another room at the same Casino Road Community Center quad, instructors with the YMCA are teaching their preschool kids. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Collaborative groups awarded millions in grants from United Way

The money is aimed at combating multi-generational poverty in families with children younger than 8.

Jacob Nanfito, an instructor with Goodwill Industries, teaches a large ESOL class to moms Tuesday at the Casino Road Academy, while in another room at the same Casino Road Community Center quad, instructors with the YMCA are teaching their preschool kids. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Amazon delivery driver caught stealing from Everett home

A surveillance video shows the driver making off with a parcel after he dropped off a package.

2 seriously hurt crossing busy street in Everett

The pair, both in their 30s, were not in the crosswalk.

Everett City Council is seeking applicants to fill Franklin’s seat

She was elected mayor earlier this month. Her new job means her council seat will become open.

Everett Mayor-elect Cassie Franklin names transition team

The panel of 55 residents and community leaders is being asked to provide input on the city.

Everett to county: Where’s the money for low-barrier housing?

The city has yet to see more than $1M. The county says it’s waiting for requirements to be met.

Assistance League fills needs for thousands of students

Over the past year, 4,762 local kids sported new clothing or shoes, thanks to Assistance League.

At Sharing Wheels, rebicycling offers a link to freedom

Bicyclists can find affordable, reliable transportation and repairs.

Someone in his neighborhood sent an anonymous, critical postcard to Patrick Hall, a north Everett homeowner who is tearing out his lawn to create a rain garden. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

From his ‘place of caring’ blooms a rain garden

Patrick Hall is turning his front yard into environmentally friendly spot with the city’s blessing.

Someone in his neighborhood sent an anonymous, critical postcard to Patrick Hall, a north Everett homeowner who is tearing out his lawn to create a rain garden. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Everett’s spectacular Christmas show was surgeon’s brainchild

Dr. Sanford Wright, an arts patron, started the fundraising variety show in 2001, after 9/11.

Everett marijuana shop burglarized twice in two days

Police say it is unknown whether the burglaries are connected.

Jail video link speeds evaluation of mentally ill inmates

The goal is to reduce wait times to determine if people can assist in their defense.

Wanted: Salvation Army bell ringers

Volunteer and paid shifts are available at 35 stores in Everett, Lake Stevens, Monroe and Snohomish.

Deputy prosecutor says he’ll seek election to the top job

Adam Cornell, a Democrat, is endorsed by Mark Roe, who is stepping down.

Voters to consider $330M for new school, more classrooms

The Feb. 13 ballot in Everett will have a bond measure for a high school and a property tax levy.

This flight’s on time: Paine Field terminal work progressing

15 flights a day by Alaska and United are expected to begin in less than a year.

Everett High senior spreads his interests around

From drama and books to Scouting and chemistry, Nate Ness gets into a lot of everything.

Guild donates to Providence group

At an October board meeting, Providence General Children’s Association President Mary Lou Finley accepted a $2,000 donation from PGCA Guild 1. The nonprofit association contributes… Continue reading

Everett mayor’s election was close from start to finish

Tuohy’s narrow lead shrank as later ballots were counted; Franklin is prevailing by just 1.2 percent.

State waging war with tenacious ivy, an invasive ‘bully’

The public is being asked to help with a study by collecting and sending in samples.