Lake Stevens

Lake Stevens Vikings: No. 1 in state and in young boy’s heart

The high school’s football players dressed as superheroes to give a struggling family the party of a lifetime.

 

Highway projects wrapping up; some will carry over to 2020

Also: An update on Highway 99 tolling, and expect to see more electric buses in Everett.

 

‘Drugs, money, credit cards’: Last days of a murder victim, 20

After years of delays, Anthony Garver, 31, has been on trial in a 2013 Lake Stevens stabbing.

 

Happy hour at LJ’s in Lake Stevens will put a smile on your face

The restaurant now boasts a comfortable, stylish interior to go with chef Lindsay Herschlip’s excellent food.

Horror of 2013 Lake Stevens killing recounted at trial

Witnesses in Anthony Garver’s trial testified that a break-in and a murder were totally separate crimes.

New T.J. Maxx coming to Lake Stevens’ Frontier Village

The store will offer clothing for adults and children, jewelry, home goods, pet products and toys.

This Lake Stevens house is a relic of a time long gone

The Grimm House is one of the sprawling suburb’s last links to its distant past as a sawmill town.

What a possible Costco store would look like, on the southwest corner of Highway 9 and 20th Street SE. If approved, it could include a 170,000-square-foot warehouse store, 850 parking spaces and a 30-pump gas station on nearly 37 acres. (Stephanie Davey / The Herald)

Costco seeks parcel-dividing permit to build in Lake Stevens

The company filed a binding site plan — a standard permit for a large commercial building, the city said.

What a possible Costco store would look like, on the southwest corner of Highway 9 and 20th Street SE. If approved, it could include a 170,000-square-foot warehouse store, 850 parking spaces and a 30-pump gas station on nearly 37 acres. (Stephanie Davey / The Herald)
Defendant Anthony Garver listens to his defense attorney Jon Scott before pretrial motions on Tuesday in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Escapee’s trial begins in gruesome 2013 Lake Stevens killing

It will be a bench trial for Anthony Garver, who is accused of stabbing Phillipa Evans-Lopez to death.

Defendant Anthony Garver listens to his defense attorney Jon Scott before pretrial motions on Tuesday in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

One person seriously injured in Lake Stevens head-on crash

The collision took place Tuesday morning at the intersection of 20th Street SE and 91st Avenue SE.

Lake Stevens police may soon have a new station

By next summer, the department expects to move into a building now used by Lake Stevens Fire.

Man charged with drugging, raping boy in Lake Stevens home

He allegedly injected the boy with methamphetamine and is charged with second-degree rape.

Sewer dispute spills into public in Lake Stevens

Local sewer commissioners accused Mayor John Spencer of stymieing a plan to save millions.

Suspected drunken driver crashes, injuring 3 children

Police expected to arrest the woman, who was hospitalized. The children were passengers in another car.

Lake Stevens not probing Public Works director’s DUI arrest

City administrator says Durpos was off duty when arrested despite driving from city-sponsored event.

New report gives clues in fatal plane crash in Marysville

Witnesses heard loud engine revving or misfiring before the crash killed pilot Greg Capes, 64.

He could’ve faced a decade in prison. He got 27 months.

The Everett man admitted he was on meth during fatal crash, but proving impairment was tricky.

Developer plans to build about 190 houses in Lake Stevens

The Rhodora annexation was controversial and fought by neighbors. The land is along 123rd Avenue SE.

Unsafe dock to be removed at North Cove Park

Work at the Lake Stevens park is about halfway done. Another dock there was recently renovated.