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Everett firefighter and paramedic Jack Murrin will return to the stage for a Halloween show at his home.
The city is set to benefit from over $2 million in state investments for electric vehicle charging.
Water is flowing through new channels, salmon have new spots to spawn and kayakers have more chances to battle whitewater.
Evan Leggett and his family lost their home to a fire. But “I’ve still got what I love,” he says.
Among other concerns, a 14-year-old student says she was forcibly kissed by a boy in the hallway.
The Great ShakeOut offered a dress rehearsal Thursday for a new system that aims to warn before the tremors start.
Brandi Smith’s map lists nearly 500 — and counting — addresses for trick-or-treating and spooky decorations.
Everett Consignment in the former Bramble building has 60,000 square feet of new and vintage items.
Deena Jones’ nephew died in a random knife attack. His death could keep the Arlington pastor alive for decades.
The ship brings with it over 300 sailors and their families to the area from Yokosuka, Japan.
Sharp teeth, reptilian eyes — Cameo and Nick Beedle’s house is a frightful, delightful experience.
Swords, armor and collectibles are included. The 19-acre property has a gun range and 9-foot dragon.
The two teams sat atop the Wesco 4A standings heading into Tuesday’s match.
As the weather becomes more extreme, the trees that are synonymous with Washington are suffering.
Longtime residents say the new owner, an investment company, is trying to bully them out of the building.
A landslide had been dumping more than 40,000 tons of silt a year into the river. Not anymore.
The model ship is part of a new exhibit about the maritime industry and the Port of Everett.
Toting feminist signs and chanting, “My Body, My Rules,” protesters walked along Everett Mall Way.
A showcase by Everett photographer Bob Fink — a major donor — was delayed due to his art, not his past, Schack leaders say.
A sunset gathering Thursday brought attention to mistreatment of children at Tulalip and elsewhere.