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He spent a dime on Mom and feels her love 80 years later
David Zinman’s inexpensive Mother’s Day present to her became a priceless gift for him.
Mill Creek man sentenced for near-drowning of ex-girlfriend
William Pool III was first charged with attempted murder. He pleaded guilty to second-degree assault.
500 donors create scholarship in Jackson grad’s memory
His family wants to support students who share Reed Baldwin’s passions for music and robotics. He died at 22.
Mill Creek has new drug law — it could be obsolete in days
The city council re-criminalized drug possession, while state lawmakers debate their own legislation.
Man identified in fatal Mill Creek crash
Ian Jensen, 32, died after a multi-vehicle accident Saturday on 35th Avenue SE.
Man died in Mill Creek crash, police investigating cause
It was described as a “near head-on collision.” Another person was also transported to a hospital.
Driver who died in Mill Creek crash identified
Reed Baldwin reportedly crossed into the oncoming lane and struck a Ford Explorer. He was 22.
Gunman suspected of shooting at 2 teens near Martha Lake
One teen had a minor gunshot injury. Deputies were searching the area for the suspect.
Barre3 teaches a fitness trifecta for balance during COVID-19
The full-body workouts combine strength conditioning, cardio and mindfulness to help you feel balanced.
Former Mill Creek director rejects appointment to top role
Jeff Balentine declined the job for “personal reasons.” That’s all he can say under a city contract.
Online heroin and meth dealer had a 4.94 rating, 1,650 sales
Todd Peterman-Dishion of Everett, let go by Boeing and addicted, turned to dark internet commerce.
Will local band follow in Kendrick Lamar’s Pulitzer footsteps?
The Marshall Law Band are under consideration for the Pulitzer Prize for their album “12th & Pine.”
Frustrated restaurateur reflects on transformative pandemic
Lombardi’s owner Kerri Lonergan-Dreke is unhappy with government but is coping with the changes COVID brought.
Providence gave special vaccine access to donors, volunteers
The Everett hospital has apologized for sending vaccination invites to more than 200 big-money donors.
Former Mill Creek finance director offered new role
Jeff Balentine has been assigned deputy city manager and internal auditor. The position was created last month.
Sound Transit projects ahead could need another $11.5 billion
Costs for construction and property have soared as revenue dropped during the pandemic.
Woman allegedly stole money from her comatose mother
Prosecutors allege Jaclyn Singleton forged power of attorney and took tens of thousands of dollars.
How we’ll get around as pandemic continues in 2021
Bus cuts, light rail and road work highlight the year ahead for Snohomish County.
Despite suicide, judge upholds conviction in 1972 murder
Vacating the guilty verdict for Terrence Miller “quite simply, it is not the right thing to do,” the judge said.
Dicey revenue outlook could slow Everett light rail timeline
Sound Transit is working on realignment plans for upcoming capital projects, including Everett Link.