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It was described as a “near head-on collision.” Another person was also transported to a hospital.
Reed Baldwin reportedly crossed into the oncoming lane and struck a Ford Explorer. He was 22.
One teen had a minor gunshot injury. Deputies were searching the area for the suspect.
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Jeff Balentine declined the job for “personal reasons.” That’s all he can say under a city contract.
Todd Peterman-Dishion of Everett, let go by Boeing and addicted, turned to dark internet commerce.
The Marshall Law Band are under consideration for the Pulitzer Prize for their album “12th & Pine.”
Lombardi’s owner Kerri Lonergan-Dreke is unhappy with government but is coping with the changes COVID brought.
The Everett hospital has apologized for sending vaccination invites to more than 200 big-money donors.
Jeff Balentine has been assigned deputy city manager and internal auditor. The position was created last month.
Costs for construction and property have soared as revenue dropped during the pandemic.
Prosecutors allege Jaclyn Singleton forged power of attorney and took tens of thousands of dollars.
Bus cuts, light rail and road work highlight the year ahead for Snohomish County.
Vacating the guilty verdict for Terrence Miller “quite simply, it is not the right thing to do,” the judge said.
Sound Transit is working on realignment plans for upcoming capital projects, including Everett Link.
Jeff Balentine left after budget season. Laurel Gimzo comes from Ottawa, Kansas, to replace him.
Jeffery Young spent 25 years with the Phoenix Police Department. He becomes chief in a time of turmoil.
As Link stations crawl northward, officials are looking for input what housing to allow around them.
A homeowner reportedly found the Lake Stevens man, 40, hiding in a garage and called 911.
Dozens of people gathered near a grocery store on Main Street to protest the state’s restrictions.