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The 126,700-square-foot, $125 million building replaces the old “Q” that began as a bingo hall in 1983.
Bowling and indoor dining were back as Snohomish County moved to Phase 2 of the “Healthy Washington” recovery plan.
A partnership at the Arlington airport is taking supplies to tribes while prepping for a big earthquake.
The Everett hospital has apologized for sending vaccination invites to more than 200 big-money donors.
In her annual speech, Mayor Cassie Franklin reflected on losses and triumphs and stated her priorities.
Several districts, including Everett and Marysville, will bring students back to campuses in February.
Construction is complete, except for some finishing touches. Staff have started to move in.
The manufacturer’s small, temporary homes have helped hundreds of people get off the streets around Puget Sound.
The trail snakes down the island on its often-confounding route from the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean.
In a new proposal, a developer envisions 350 units, two buildings of at least seven stories, a one-acre courtyard and a dog spa.
The company builds electric motors, and it’s teaming with Arlington’s Eviation to launch a fully electric plane.
The COVID-19 pandemic hit just as Matt and Jill Wurst were getting the business off the ground.
Sara Gering cares for the sickest of COVID-19 patients. She couldn’t do it without her co-workers.
A center to produce innovative wood products could stabilize Darrington’s drained timber economy.
David Blend called the watering holes “an essential part of the American experience” in an ode to the haunts.
Peggy Jahn spent six weeks in the hospital. These days, she’s climbing a ladder to paint the bedroom.
Diane Lopes steered the Sunrise View retirement villa through the pandemic. She retired this month.
Dr. Ryan Keay says “the science just wasn’t there” in the days after Everett hospital first saw COVID.
Developed by the city, Snohomish Delivers encourages online shoppers to look local. And it’s free.
Home prices are soaring and bidding wars are back, and Snohomish County “Zoom towns” are hot locations.