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Sorticulture brings gardening galore, fun by the bushel at 130 booths
“Every year there’s something different to see,” one attendee said at the opening of the three-day festival in downtown Everett.
Treat yourself to bubble tea this summer at one of SnoCo’s best boba shops
Every spot does the sweet, creamy drink a little differently. We found the five best shops to suit any mood.
Snohomish, King counties train together for region’s next disaster
Dozens of agencies worked with aviators Tuesday to coordinate a response to a simulated earthquake or tsunami.
‘A delta for the future’: Scientists try to save salmon at Stilly’s mouth
The Stillaguamish River’s south fork once supported 20,000 salmon. In 2019, fewer than 500 fish returned to spawn.
GALLERY: Snohomish hosts first official Pride celebration
Scenes from the parade and other events celebrating LGBTQIA culture and people in downtown Snohomish.
Hot dog!: Funko Field’s Opponent Dogs give the classic a run for its money
Fans can catch ballpark dogs honoring AquaSox opponents this season. Our food writer has the definitive ranking of the five limited-edition creations.
At panel, mental health experts brainstorm answers to staff shortages
Workforce shortages, insurance coverage and crisis response were in focus at the Snohomish forum hosted by The Daily Herald.
Police chief departing Mukilteo after 20 years, 322 Yelp reviews
When he’s not keeping the city safe, Cheol Kang moonlights as an “elite” dining reviewer. He’s also known for his haircuts.
To keep Camano lights on, PUD builds a new power line
The new line establishes a second electrical connection to Camano Island, which will help maintain power in windstorms.
‘Holy smokes’: For Everett veterans, a chance to restore war memorabilia
For Memorial Day, a local VFW post partnered with a restoration company to save decades-old uniforms and medals.
800 free pancakes at Everett’s Lowell Elementary feed the masses
The annual breakfast was started to connect the community and the school, as well as to get people to interact.
$123M project starting on Highway 529 interchange, I-5 HOV lane
A reader wondered why the highway had a lane closure despite not seeing work done. Crews were waiting on the weather.
Snohomish County prosecutors declined 3,000 felony cases in 2022. Why?
A pandemic backlog and inexperienced cops begin to explain the trend, even as police raise the alarm about rising crime.
Everett’s mini-Frank Lloyd Wright builds neighborhood of extra tiny homes
A tiny lighthouse, a spooky mansion and more: Gary Fontes’ miniature world of architectural wonders is one-twelfth the size of real life.
Monroe health care workers picket for new contract
About 170 hospital workers are bargaining two contracts with EvergreenHealth Monroe. Two sticking points have emerged.
A portside Restaurant Row is opening this summer. Here’s what’s on the menu.
Five new eateries are coming to the Port of Everett’s waterfront, offering scratch pastries, dim sum and more.
To beat the rush this Memorial Day weekend, go early or late
AAA projects busy airports, ferries and roads over the holiday weekend this year, though still below pre-pandemic counts.
Coming soon to Marysville: indoor pickleball, games, drinks
“We’re very confident this will be not just a hit, but a smash hit,” says co-owner Allan Jones, who is in the fun industry.
$30M affordable housing project to start construction soon in Edmonds
Once built, dozens of families who are either homeless or in poverty will move in and receive social and work services.
After years of struggles, she’s college-bound with a scholarship
Morgan Gidney, a young mom whose teen years were filled with obstacles, was among dozens awarded $342,000 in Rotary scholarships in Everett.