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The attorney general is seeking a judicial order to continue the litigation over alleged violations.
Community Transit’s second rapid-transit bus line will run between Boeing’s Everett plant and Bothell.
But an environmental nonprofit vowed to continue oversight of the 112-home proposal near Mukilteo.
Mukilteo preschoolers give a “12 Days of Christmas” treatment to big food drive.
Five Kamiak High School students won Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Music, and Best Sound Design for their video titled “Mr. President,” a short film… Continue reading
The airplane builder, which is vague about its plans, will have up to two years to study the site.
Quick action — and a defibrillator — are credited with saving the life of a man at the Traxx Raceway.
The Diamond Knot Brewery & Alehouse on front street serves up delicious — and giant — Knot tots.
The harpist will perform his Christmas concert on Dec. 18 at the Everett Performing Arts Center.
An environmental group wanted to halt work at the Mukilteo-area subdivision until a court hearing next year.
The city of Mukilteo budgets around $647,500 a year for waterfront parking — revenue and spending.
12 Days of Goodness is a program bringing together local elders with Hawks players from the past.
A group is fighting in court to overturn logging and grading approvals for the subdivision near Mukilteo.
City Council moves to hire law firm to review Jennifer Gregerson’s payments on contracts.
Students at Mukilteo Elementary School collected 3,623 pairs of new socks during the school’s third annual Socktober event. The socks were donated to local shelters.… Continue reading
A developer is taking initial steps ahead of major logging and grading at the Picnic Point project.
His grandmother may have saved many lives when she found his journal and rifle and called police.
The phase includes the passenger building, holding lanes, toll plaza and waterfront promenade.
The project, valued at $49.7 million, includes passenger building, holding lanes, a toll plaza and a promenade.
Appeals are pending on the project, which would put 112 homes on steep forested land south of Mukilteo.