Everett

School boundary change has Mill Creek parents worried

Crossing 35th Avenue SE and Highway 96 presents problems for some students who walk to school.

Set sail for the 18th century aboard salty square-riggers

The Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain will dock at the Port of Everett from May 25-30.

2 from Everett Fire Department helping with flood efforts

Water is expected to rise in Okanogan County until Sunday.

4th grade Everett inventor wins state competition

He’s headed to the national expo in Michigan.

Cascade High artist win’s superintendent’s award

Cascade artist wins contest A painting of “Kenny” by Cascade High School student Andrew Culver will go on permanent display at Everett School District offices.… Continue reading

EvCC builds BRIDGES and raises $9,200 for program

Everett Community College’s BRIDGES Transition Center raised over $9,200 for a transitional studies student emergency fund at a dinner held April 7. BRIDGES stands for… Continue reading

Rotary names Students of the Month

The South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Club regularly names Students of the Month from local high schools. Recent honorees have included: Owen Cromwell, Kamiak, a gifted musician… Continue reading

David Dilgard, a longtime historian with the Everett Public Library, speaks to members of the Everett Mayor’s Youth Council during his guided tour of the Evergreen Cemetery in 2010. Dilgard died Thursday at age 73. (Herald file)

David Dilgard, Everett Public Library’s longtime historian, dies

“He was a talented guy, a good soul, and he left an important legacy. There is a joy in that.”

David Dilgard, a longtime historian with the Everett Public Library, speaks to members of the Everett Mayor’s Youth Council during his guided tour of the Evergreen Cemetery in 2010. Dilgard died Thursday at age 73. (Herald file)

Suspect arrested in 1987 deaths of young couple from BC

DNA and ancestry research led investigators to a 55-year-old SeaTac man, who was jailed Thursday.

Longtime Everett firefighter Dave DeMarco named new chief

He has been with the department since 1994. The city has had an interim fire chief for over a year.

WSDOT postpones weekend work on US 2

The repair of pavement has been rescheduled for June 2 and 3.

‘We’re on schedule,’ says developer of Paine Field air terminal

Alaska, United and Southwest are expected to begin service from Everett in September.

Now’s the time to get excited about the royal wedding — or not

Matrimony across the pond is making a ripple around the Puget Sound region.

Teen stabbed after trying to steal pot

Deputies arrested him for investigation of first-degree robbery.

Victim suffered 24 wounds during Everett motel robbery

Police say the gunman had two accomplices. The victim was assaulted, then shot when he charged.

Rapist sentenced again, this time for domestic violence

Daniel Miltenberger was already serving 38 years for ambushing and sexually assaulting a stranger.

Everett woman sentenced to 3 years for punching her infant

A year later, the child still suffers from the effects of brain trauma.

Kroger’s e-commerce deal seen as warning shot in food battle

The main concern about the company was its ability to adapt to the e-commerce shift.

A sex offender challenges the state to define pornography

And the state Supreme Court agrees that a condition for his probation is “unconstitutionally vague.”