Herald Headlines

Staffing and print changes: The Herald’s outbreak response

On “Herald Headlines,” Executive Editor Phillip O’Connor provides an update about the Herald newsroom.

 

A message from Herald Executive Editor Phillip O’Connor

In this edition of “Herald Headlines,” thoughts about our commitment to covering the coronavirus crisis.

 

Meet the newest Daily Herald reporter, Rachel Riley

In this episode of “Herald Headlines,” Executive Editor Phil O’Connor interviews a new staffer.

 

A neighborhood where the daily routine now requires an ATV

“Herald Headlines” for Feb. 14 features reporter Joey Thompson.

Coming Sunday: Unauthorized marinas on the Snohomish River

This week on “Herald Headlines,” reporter Joey Thompson previews a story about boats parked illegally.

Our reporter insists the Grouchy Chef is not grouchy

Andrea Brown talks about a visit to the Grouchy Chef restaurant. She says he simply has high standards.

Meet the sorta new guy

“Herald Headlines”: Reporter Ben Watanabe discusses light rail, the waterfront and Everett.

Light rail inspires a big planned development in Lynnwood

“Herald Headlines”: Reporter Joey Thompson discusses the proposed Northline Village.

In Everett, a lively public meeting about supportive housing

“Herald Headlines”: Reporter Lizz Giordano discusses a proposed ban in areas of single-family zoning.

‘Herald Headlines’: Potential big news for two bus systems

It’s early, but Everett Transit and Community Transit have begun talking about a merger.

2 legacy Everett businesses closing, plus sad theater news

“Herald Headlines” features Executive Editor Phillip O’Connor interviewing columnist Julie Muhlstein.

I-976 debate moderators assess Thursday’s showdown in Everett

In “Herald Headlines,” Jerry Cornfield and Jon Bauer sum up the forum that featured sponsor Tim Eyman.

Preview of our livestreamed forum on car-tabs measure I-976

Reporter Lizz Giordano discusses the initiative, which would slash vehicle taxes and fees.

This reporter has a grab-bag of stories to share

“Herald Headlines” features Janice Podsada, who works even when she’s buying her lunch.

Bridge to the waterfront: A good idea, then and now

Meet the tireless reporters who covered not just the bridge, but the people who witnessed its rise.

Raising the Midas: imagine stepping in deep mud wearing a shoe

On “Herald Headlines,” meet the fearless crew who followed the tale of the castaway boat.

We couldn’t find the source of that smell in north Everett

On “Herald Headlines,” meet the reporter who followed her nose but failed to solve the mystery.

Our reporter went to high school to learn about football

Andrea Brown became a Snohomish Panther for a time to soak up the culture surrounding the gridiron.

Education in the news: New superintendents, teacher raises

Political reporter Jerry Cornfield is the guest for this week’s “Herald Headlines.”

Big contracts signal start of work on Lynnwood light rail

Reporter Noah Haglund discusses Sound Transit’s approval this week of contracts to extend the Link line.

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