The city attorney said condemnation is a “necessary step.” Only nine of 57 property owners signed easement agreements.
While incarcerated in Monroe for 10 years, Gabriel Herrera used a ballpoint pen to stick out.
Since opening last year, Meatheads Smokehouse and Beer Works has won plaudits for its brews and slow-roasted meats alike.
A once-redacted report shows Eric Durpos admitted to violating policy. He also accused an employee of a false police report.
Some Snohomish County parents have objected to supportive groups for LGBTQ youth. For the kids, the clubs can be lifesavers.
Doug Warren of Lake Stevens turned his daughter’s bedtime story into a published book.
A jury convicted Alejandro Meza of manslaughter in the killing of Gene Peterson in Everett. On Wednesday, their verdict was tossed.
Superintendent Ken Collins said Lake Stevens police are helping to investigate “the origins and intentions” of a social media post.
Neighbors reported hearing gunshots. Deputies arrived and found a man who had been shot and later died at the scene.
Vicki Wahl, 78, makes the scarves annually, ahead of the county’s Point-in-Time count.
Expect traffic disruptions and weekend closures as crews build the roundabout at Highway 9 and South Lake Stevens Road.
The retiring Brent Barnes enters his final Mat Classic with a talented and highly motivated team.
After a state Supreme Court ruling, Monroe prisoner Arthur Longworth had his sentence reduced for the killing of Cynthia Nelson, 25.
This time, the state was sterner about the spill in Steamboat Slough. They called Ron Barber’s actions negligent.
She ran two Everett restaurants, raised two kids and was “not one to complain.” She died of an aggressive cancer.
“The Woman” will feature scenes shot at Norm’s Market in Lake Stevens and Flat Iron Gallery in Sultan.
Stupid Geeks owner Joshua Jacobson wants his store to be a hub for retro video game enthusiasts.
Eric Durpos is no longer a city employee. An investigation report obtained by The Herald was completely blacked out.
Eric Durpos was accused of skirting permits, creating unsafe working conditions and threatening employees.
Days after a separation was proposed, the about-face was announced Tuesday in a statement by the library network.