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Community Health Centers of Snohomish County received 80 donated devices for virtual appointments.
The Everett Gospel Mission couldn’t serve food due to an outbreak. So the mission called Vintage Cafe.
He brought racial diversity to Superior Court. In retirement, he’ll focus on therapeutic justice.
Families are invited to take Christmas photos this weekend as part of a scholarship fundraiser.
A farm in Monroe turns waste into electricity. A new partnership will double the anaerobic digester’s output.
An Arlington woman has created an online map of where to find the brightest lights and decorations.
In addition, a prolific pandemic mask maker and a disaster site volunteer were honored Dec. 10.
Special needs students were refused an education until six trailblazers launched a campaign around Puget Sound.
Luisana Hernandez engages in what she describes as “conscious flow” to create visual, literary and musical art.
A procession of patrol cars, motorcycles, dirt bikes and quads lined up to honor Charlie Cortez.
For some, serving customers on sidewalks and in the street has been a way to stay in business.
Our reporter hit the slopes to find out how the resort’s virus precautions work in practice.
The Port of Everett promised to paint two giant green cranes blue, then didn’t. The Bargreens took issue.
Christmas House won’t open this year due to COVID, but its toys will be distributed at area food banks.
Owners of the Maltby Cafe feared closure, but a wave of business and donations has thwarted the end.
Pass holders opened the season on Friday. The general public is welcome on Tuesday — reservations only.
Big and little changes are in the works along the north Everett shore, though they are easy to overlook.
Everett’s innovative team of a police officer and a social worker aided them in their time of greatest need.
The Lake Stevens shop’s Ben Libay likes to slather the cinnamon-y spread on a cheddar onion biscuit.
Last year the water tower was not illuminated, breaking a nearly quarter century-long tradition.