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Everett restaurateur Andrew Ho plans to sell food, juice and his books, including “How to Cook Like a Racist.”
Firefighter Gary Parks “was a trusted partner and friend you could always count on.”
For 34 years, a blaze at the old Everett Community College library was a mystery. Now Elmer Nash, 47, has pleaded guilty in the death of Gary Parks, then 48.
The venue was hit hard by the pandemic. It has reopened after a six-month shutdown thanks to a $150,000 loan.
His channel, “74 Gear,” offers the flight-deck insight and humor of a 747 Dreamlifter pilot.
The defendant, 20, remained in jail Tuesday on a charge of first-degree assault.
Kevin McKay, who’s in a rock band, marked the pandemic year by blowing his horn at Grand Avenue Park.
The pilot walked away uninjured from the crash Tuesday morning.
Christopher Peterson, 39, died of blunt force injuries. A passenger in the car was hospitalized.
The newest area code in Washington has infiltrated 360 territory, and 425, 206 and 253 are next.
The passenger, a 28-year-old woman from Everett, was taken to Providence Regional Medical Center.
The suspect was arrested for investigation of first-degree domestic violence assault.
Those nearby may hear blank gunshots, emergency vehicles and loudspeaker announcements.
People who buy qualifying electric cars and charging stations can get hundreds of dollars back.
Witnesses told Everett police officers they heard and saw gunfire from a truck before collision.
Anthony Garcia, 21, pleaded guilty last week to first-degree assault. He stabbed another man 30 times.
Starting Monday night, drivers should prepare for detours during closures for sign work in Everett.
After an outcry, the owner of the new Soup Nazi Kitchen in downtown Everett is changing the name.
Roderick Muchikekwanape escaped a Canadian prison in October. He was last seen taking a bus to Everett.
“Bob Peterson Day” was declared in Marysville as the 93-year-old Navy vet was honored.