Everett

A few samples of the free comics available at Everett Comics on Free Comic Book Day. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Today’s Free Comic Book Day caters to fans of every stripe

Hundreds of comic shops and libraries nationwide participate in the event.

A few samples of the free comics available at Everett Comics on Free Comic Book Day. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Breakfast raises $120K for EvCC

The Everett Community College Foundation breakfast on April 17 raised a record-setting $120,000 to support student scholarships and college programs. More than 450 people attended.… Continue reading

Everett boy dons cape to lead local March for Babies

Everett boy Dominic Gonzalez, 3, donned a purple cape as he served as Ambassador for the 2018 March of Dimes Snohomish County March for Babies,… Continue reading

Rotary lauds outstanding Everett teens

The Rotary Club of Everett on April 17 honored three Students of the Month. Nathan Ness, Everett High School, plans to study chemistry and criminology… Continue reading

USS Sampson completes deployment

The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Sampson is scheduled to return to homeport at Naval Station Everett on Wednesday , completing a seven-month… Continue reading

Judicial appointee is a specialist in child and family law

Jennifer Langbehn is to replace Superior Court Judge Michael Downes, who retires May 31.

This Silvertips coach has been here for both WHL title bids

Mitch Love played for Everett during the team’s inaugural season of 2003-04.

Silvertips fans: Meet the enemy stronghold of Swift Current

Home of the Broncos, Saskatchewan’s seventh-biggest city is a hard-core hockey town on the prairie.

Evergreen Middle School in Everett mourns loss of student

Remembrances are planned for the 13-year-old, whose cause of death has not been released.

You’re un-fired: US House chaplain gets his job back

The Rev. Patrick Conroy, a Snohomish County native, had sent a caustic letter to Speaker Paul Ryan.

Gold Bar activist-blogger ordered to reimburse about $78,000

Now disbarred, Anne Block was a prolific public records requester whose lawsuit was dismissed.

Learn to be a safe skipper at Saturday’s Boat Skills Festival

The free event in Everett will feature 50-minute workshops and vessel safety checks.

Isaac Petersen, 30, holds a 6-foot long forest cobra that has been devenomized for handling safety. Petersen, who bought the Reptile Zoo from his dad, Reptile Man Scott Petersen, will be showing animals at the Youth & Family Wellness Fair Saturday at Evergreen Middle School. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Annual Youth & Family Wellness Fair set for Saturday

Enjoy a free lunch, entertainment, services and attend a workshop or two.

Isaac Petersen, 30, holds a 6-foot long forest cobra that has been devenomized for handling safety. Petersen, who bought the Reptile Zoo from his dad, Reptile Man Scott Petersen, will be showing animals at the Youth & Family Wellness Fair Saturday at Evergreen Middle School. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Boeing vows much-delayed tankers will be delivered this year

Disagreeing with an openly skeptical federal government, the company says success is in sight.

Fugitive Watch

The state Department of Corrections’ Everett office has felony warrants for the following offenders. If you have information about them, call police or… Continue reading

This YA novel taps the rich heritage and culture of Africa

Refreshingly, Tomi Adeyemi’s “Children of Blood and Bone” gets deserving publishing industry support.

Police seek woman suspected of stealing packages

The two thefts occurred March 16 in Everett and April 3 in Snohomish.

Stabbing inflicts life-threatening injuries to man in Everett

The victim was taken to a hospital, but a suspect drove away from the south Everett scene.

Council votes to end merit raises for some county managers

The discretionary raises had been granted in addition to normal pay increases.

New boundaries coming for Everett elementary schools

An estimated 1,350 south end students would be shifted under a proposal.