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You won’t find fancy frills at Nuevo Amanecer Pupuseria, but the pupusas are delicious.
Employees complained that Rebecca Polizzotto yelled and swore at them and made them run personal errands.
Lee introduced characters such as Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four and the Incredible Hulk.
A Lynnwood woman is taking the time to write beautiful essays about the veterans she loved.
A company says the work is necessary to improve safety and meet growing customer demand.
It’s quieter since Sax posted excerpts of sex abuse investigation of Lovick that produced no charges.
The elementary, located between Bothell and Mill Creek, should open in fall 2019.
Democrat Jared Mead opposes the Republican state House rep on roads, mass transit and schools.
Bob Stowe has been filling in for another city manager, who was terminated earlier this month.
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Rebecca Polizzotto also gets a lump sum for unused vacation. In return, she drops a $1 million legal claim.
The council approved a separation agreement Tuesday. Details were not immediately disclosed.
The ordinance would prohibit selling or igniting common fireworks around cities than ban them.
The Swift Green line is to open next spring. It will connect Boeing with the Canyon Park area.
The city’s attorney forbade elected officicals from saying anything publicly.
In this unedited video, Herald editors question U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen and challenger Brian Luke.
Mill Creek is the latest city to hide five geocaches, just in time for Geocoinfest 2018 in Issaquah.
Two suspects have been arrested in a handful of heists. Police in two counties continue to investigate.
Snohomish County considers banning fireworks sales and use from some unincorporated areas.
The Democratic state representative’s lawyer has threatened to file a defamation lawsuit.