Marysville

Police are looking for woman who robbed Marysville bank

She was last seen fleeing the scene in a gold Honda Accord, which was later found abandoned.

No, you can’t post your own no-parking sign on the street

If it’s a public thoroughfare, parking is for anyone — not just for you or your business.

Marysville Community Food Bank volunteer honored

Amy Howell was presented with the Governor’s Volunteer Service Award on April 9 at the Governor’s Mansion in Olympia in recognition for her service at… Continue reading

Boy, 14, stabbed by man, 27, in Marysville apartment

The adult, who also was injured, says the boy attacked him first. The boy was hospitalized.

Now arrested, he probably wishes he had left his ski mask on

Marysville police find a suspected robber thanks to security camera images.

Man sought after woman in her car is robbed

Security cameras captured photos of him. It is unclear whether he was alone.

Man spends nearly 2 hours in tree in standoff with police

A TV news helicopter hovered close enough to the scene that deputies could not negotiate with him.

Steamboat Slough bridge painting will bring maritime closures

The Steamboat Slough bridge on northbound Highway 529 entering Marysville is getting a new paint job, and mariners will need to prepare for long-term maritime… Continue reading

Lovonna Murray looks over a screen at a yard sale in Mukilteo on Friday. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Bargain-hunters rejoice, it’s yard sale season again

Other people’s junque would look really good in your house right now.

Lovonna Murray looks over a screen at a yard sale in Mukilteo on Friday. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Famine (Keith Gehrig), War (Rita Baxter), Pestilence (Julie Bryan), Death (Garrison Whaley-Sharp) and Caroline (Sherry Penoyer) fight over plans for the Apocalypse in Red Curtain’s production of “The Family Business.” (Photo by Kenny Randall)

Death takes a comedic holiday in ‘The Family Business’

The show in Marysville puts a satiric spin on the tale of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

Famine (Keith Gehrig), War (Rita Baxter), Pestilence (Julie Bryan), Death (Garrison Whaley-Sharp) and Caroline (Sherry Penoyer) fight over plans for the Apocalypse in Red Curtain’s production of “The Family Business.” (Photo by Kenny Randall)

Skilled trades get their day at school

At Trade Up in Marysville, high school students get a hands-on introduction to career alternatives.

Child ejected, adult injured in I-5 rollover near Arlington

A medical helicopter landed at the scene to take the child to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

Traffic backed up 7 miles after messy Marysville crash

The regular 8-minute drive to Everett took up to an hour or more.

Judge lifts ban of former Marysville festival volunteers

A court is deciding whether to throw out a previously secret and “bizarre” agreement.

Final feedback of future of Marysville’s schools

Officials now begin to prepare recommendations on high school reconfiguration and other issues.