Marysville

Boy and dad face charges in crash that hurt woman and baby

The 14-year-old driver allegedly hit a Marysville bus stop where the woman sat with her granddaughters.

 

Dog abduction gone bad sends two men to the county doghouse

The suspects allegedly tried to take the dog at knifepoint and threatened to kill the people at home.

 

Fundraiser to help 4-year-old Marysville girl fighting cancer

The Sheldon family’s friends have organized Sadie’s Night on Aug. 27, with small bites from 8 chefs.

 

Seattle man wanted in hit-and-run collision that injured 4

The alleged driver was being pursued on Aug. 3 by Marysville police when the crash occurred. He fled.

Manager and head coach Frank Grambo and former players, Jodie Bilow, Heidi Hale and Jami Nyblod get ready to welcome the rest of the Marysville Little League Softball World Series team of 30 years ago. They will get together Saturday at Wenberg County Park. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Softball All-Stars remember ‘fun stuff’ from ’89 World Series

Now friends in their 40s, teammates from Marysville will reminisce over a winning Little League season.

Manager and head coach Frank Grambo and former players, Jodie Bilow, Heidi Hale and Jami Nyblod get ready to welcome the rest of the Marysville Little League Softball World Series team of 30 years ago. They will get together Saturday at Wenberg County Park. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Pilot killed in crash was flying newly registered kit plane

Greg Capes, 64, owned a home in an aviation community north of Lake Stevens. He died Wednesday.

1 killed in single-engine plane crash in Marysville field

The fatal crash was reported around 7 p.m. in the 15700 block of 51st Avenue NE.

Marysville police ask for tips in Cedarcrest school arson

A small building burned down a couple of weeks ago. The damage added up to more than $72,000.

Truck driver gets 3 months for fatal Marysville hit and run

Randy Keith struck and killed Scott Williams, 52, in a crosswalk. He claimed he didn’t know he hit a person.

Grandmother, 2 granddaughters injured by vehicle at bus stop

The vehicle left the street in Marysville and hit the bus stop, seriously injuring the woman, police said.

Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden reads “It’s Only Stanley” by Jon Mgee to youngsters while visiting Sno-Isle’s Marysville Library last week with Congressman Rick Larsen. Appointed by President Barack Obama, Hayden is the first woman and first African-American to hold the position. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

‘Top librarian in the world’ is story-time star in Marysville

Library of Congress leader Carla Hayden visits Sno-Isle staff and sees a former colleague in Everett.

Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden reads “It’s Only Stanley” by Jon Mgee to youngsters while visiting Sno-Isle’s Marysville Library last week with Congressman Rick Larsen. Appointed by President Barack Obama, Hayden is the first woman and first African-American to hold the position. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
Most of the time Highway 526 flows smoothly, says the state Department of Transportation, but during Boeing shift releases congestion builds. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Lots at stake for commuters, neighbors with Highway 526 plan

The state aims to release a design for the corridor this fall, with work starting in 2021 or 2022.

Most of the time Highway 526 flows smoothly, says the state Department of Transportation, but during Boeing shift releases congestion builds. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

During 47-year career, this mechanic witnessed a revolution

Good riddance to carburetors, says Tim Dry. But high tech didn’t change everything about car maintenance.

Looking east toward the U.S. 2 trestle as cars begin to backup in Everett. (Andy Bronson / Herald file)

Relief for drivers: No more weekend closures of US 2 trestle

Crews were able to finish major work ahead of schedule. Overnight lane reductions are still to come.

Looking east toward the U.S. 2 trestle as cars begin to backup in Everett. (Andy Bronson / Herald file)

Protest shows solidarity for native Hawaiians vs. telescope

Mauna Kea’s summit is held as sacred. A rally near Tulalip drew attention to native rights.

In Marysville, 5 candidates run for city council position

Their top issues include reducing traffic, creating jobs and stopping opioid addiction.

Paving work on the U.S. 2 trestle during a weekend last year when the weather actually cooperated with moisture-sensitive construction. (Washington State Department of Transportation)

Work will close westbound U.S. 2 trestle this weekend

With clear skies expected, the state Department of Transportation plans to repave the roadway.

Paving work on the U.S. 2 trestle during a weekend last year when the weather actually cooperated with moisture-sensitive construction. (Washington State Department of Transportation)

Marysville school board incumbents face primary challengers

For the first time, Mariana Maksimos and Tom Albright will run opposed in school board elections.

Pedestrian killed by Marysville ambulance identified

Wayne D. St. John, 55, of Bellingham, was walking on Highway 529 when he was hit.

Pedestrian hit by Marysville ambulance early Saturday dies

Witnesses said the man, 55, was wearing dark clothes and walking in the road on Highway 529.