Mukilteo

Thai ice cream treat finds home at new shop in Mukilteo

Sugar Cane specializes in super-cold, super-yummy ice cream logs.

Mukilteo mayor’s spending becomes a $10,000 legal question

The City Council has voted 4-3 to get outside legal advice to investigate contract practices.

Everett airline service gets one last airing, pro and con

The FAA’s required hearing on the impact of commercial flights at Paine Field was held Monday night.

Second suit against Mukilteo killer also targets gun dealer

The shooting victim’s older brother seeks damages from Allen Ivanov and the store that sold him the murder weapon.

Workshop and hearing on commercial air service is Monday

The FAA will hold an information session, then take public comment on airline plans for Paine Field.

Sound Transit board plans to give CEO a new contract

While praised for overseeing expansion, Peter Rogoff has weathered criticism for his management style.

He tortured and killed two men ‘for the flimsiest of reasons’

Anthony Hernandez-Cano, 18, will spend the rest of his life in prison without the chance of parole.

Test scores: Math still a struggle; science turnout low

There was a new science test in spring 2018. It’s not yet required to graduate, so many didn’t take it.

Everett teacher makes room for diverse books and students

Challenger teacher Nardos Habtemicael created special section of multicultural books in the library.

GOP candidates face incumbent Dems in 21st District

Three seats are open — one in the Senate and two in the House — in Nov. 6 election.

Tim Eyman during a court hearing about the legality of an anti-tax measure, in King County Superior Court in Seattle on Jan. 19, 2016. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Eyman trial in case brought by state AG pushed to 2020

AG Ferguson is still waiting for financial records from the Mukilteo initiative promoter.

Tim Eyman during a court hearing about the legality of an anti-tax measure, in King County Superior Court in Seattle on Jan. 19, 2016. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
Overlook at Riverfront is the new housing development in Everett. (Kevin Clark / Herald file)

The US Census wants to count you — and put you to work

The government is hiring now for the 2020 tally. Most jobs are home-based with flexible hours.

Overlook at Riverfront is the new housing development in Everett. (Kevin Clark / Herald file)

Boeing leases aerospace gallery with lofty improvement plans

The company is expected to invest millions of dollars in the former Future of Flight Aviation Center.

Missing road paint made for a scary right turn

The turn lane from the Mukilteo Speedway to Lincoln Way and Highway 99 now is properly marked.

Freedom on a string: Kites teach you a lesson about living

The president of the American Kitefliers Association says flying a kite can change you.

The $300,000 sticking point in Mukilteo ferry project

The city might decide Monday on fencing and concrete changes in the ferry terminal plan.

Colossal Mukilteo club: 18,000 square feet for 3,000 youths

Boys & Girls Club needs sponsors to fund items big and small in its new building.

One of nearly a dozen steamroller operators reverses down down the runway at Paine Field while workers check compaction of the new asphalt on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 in Everett, Wa. Workers spent the week milling and repaving a swath of the nearly two-mile runway that was 65 feet wide and 8,000 feet long. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Main runway at Paine Field gets a paving do-over

The airport reopened to jet traffic Monday after a week-long closure to repair an earlier repair.

One of nearly a dozen steamroller operators reverses down down the runway at Paine Field while workers check compaction of the new asphalt on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 in Everett, Wa. Workers spent the week milling and repaving a swath of the nearly two-mile runway that was 65 feet wide and 8,000 feet long. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Pink is the new gold when it comes to police badges

Officers are sporting pink shields for breast cancer awareness during October. Hairy faces are next.

What good are planting strips when all they grow are weeds?

When there’s no homeowner to maintain greenery next to a sidewalk, the county mows — but infrequently.