Everett

Trial of man accused of killing 2 children in crash is delayed

The case against Todd Eugene Brown now goes to court May 25.

4-year-old Hunter Rose takes race against cancer personally

She’s a patient — and a participant — as preschool raises money to donate to Seattle Children’s Hospital.

Everett’s Everpark Garage might see upgrades in coming months

The aging garage is intended to play a bigger role in the challenging downtown parking scene.

Southwest plane in Everett for repairs after fatal accident

The twin-engine Boeing 737 was reportedly flown to Paine Field on Monday.

Adventurous spirit yields a sub that can reach the Titanic

The CEO of OceanGate says the Everett firm’s mastering tech and logistics for a deep-sea mission.

Sound Transit kicks off planning for I-405 bus rapid transit

A second line will run on Highway 522 between Bothell and Shoreline’s light rail station.

Second Grocery Outlet Bargain Market coming to Everett

The discount store is getting a new franchise near the Evergreen Lanes bowling alley and DOL office.

Who will pay for all those mandated new ballot drop boxes?

Snohomish and other counties want to be reimbursed by the state, whose lawmakers required them.

EvCC joins the legal effort to protect DACA’s ‘Dreamers’

The college has signed an amicus brief challenging the Trump administration’s termination.

Dust settles, and so does striping for E Marine View lanes

and, so too, have the rules about what lane is for what. East Marine View Drive in Everett was a… Continue reading

Supervisor Andrea Holliman of Providence Medical Center Women’s Services (center) accepts an Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Patriot Award from Washington Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Monica Alvarez (left) and John Van Dalen, Washington ESGR ombudsman. (Contributed photo)

Providence supervisor recognized by ESGR

The Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve on April 19 honored Andrea Holliman with a Patriot Award. Holliman is a supervisor with Providence Medical… Continue reading

Supervisor Andrea Holliman of Providence Medical Center Women’s Services (center) accepts an Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Patriot Award from Washington Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Monica Alvarez (left) and John Van Dalen, Washington ESGR ombudsman. (Contributed photo)

Steamboat Slough bridge painting will bring maritime closures

The Steamboat Slough bridge on northbound Highway 529 entering Marysville is getting a new paint job, and mariners will need to prepare for long-term maritime… Continue reading

At least 3,901 students in county considered homeless

The state estimates that one in every 25 students experienced homelessness in the 2016-17 school year.

Felony charges ahead for erratic I-5 driver

The man, 24, was arrested after he allegedly struck at least five vehicles headed north on the interstate.

Instead of top high school athletes, STEM students shine

Letter of intent signing day uplifts science, technology, engineering and mathematics ace students.

A 1907 beauty of a house at 2108 Rucker Ave. in Everett has been restored and renovated into six apartments after sitting empty and in disrepair for 15 years. Its owners now seek listing on the Everett Register of Historic Places.The house is next to the one Everett’s Bill Belshaw renovated in 2012. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Top-to-bottom renovation rejuvenates Rucker home

Contractor takes a historic house and creates six homes in one

A 1907 beauty of a house at 2108 Rucker Ave. in Everett has been restored and renovated into six apartments after sitting empty and in disrepair for 15 years. Its owners now seek listing on the Everett Register of Historic Places.The house is next to the one Everett’s Bill Belshaw renovated in 2012. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

A brand new destroyer arrives at its home port of Everett

The USS Ralph Johnson has a crew of more than 300, and many of their families are already here.

Lovonna Murray looks over a screen at a yard sale in Mukilteo on Friday. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Bargain-hunters rejoice, it’s yard sale season again

Other people’s junque would look really good in your house right now.

Lovonna Murray looks over a screen at a yard sale in Mukilteo on Friday. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Dog rescued in house fire that leaves $90K in damage

It was not clear how long the family will be displaced.

Everett grad wins at DataFest

Everett native Tiffany Coons and a team of three other Wesleyan University students was awarded the prize for “Best User Insight” at DataFest, held April… Continue reading