Snohomish man killed in wrong-way crash on Highway 520

He was driving east in the westbound lanes in Redmond, the Washington State Patrol said.


Snow is gone but it’s still a headache for school leaders

Making up all the missed days without extending the school year too long is going to be a challenge.


Mel Steele, a member of Fleet Reserve Association Branch 170, clears snow Wednesday from the parking lot by Mad-Bev Espresso on Beverly Boulevard in Everett. It made it possible for the stand to open for business after being closed for two days. (Photo by Rachel Pessa)

Random acts of snowy kindness to warm your heart

The good “snow-maritans” stepped up. Some had big shovels and trucks. Others had hot chocolate.


Love of literature spurs sisters to stage huge garage sale

Proceeds will help the mobile “Book Cafe,” which brings books to Snohomish students during the summer.

They know how to get your food product on grocery shelves

The city of Snohomish is bringing expert advice to entrepreneurs and small businesses.

Students, neighbors join to test health of Blackmans Lake

The group plans to share the results at its first meeting on Feb. 11 in Snohomish.

Maine-based folkies to play sweet, sad songs in Snohomish

Josephine County’s musical roots can be traced to Appalachia and Ireland.

Snohomish-area photojournalist Mark Harrison dies at 58

Before a 30-year career at The Seattle Times, he worked for The Daily Herald. He had retired in 2015.

Swords and sorcery in Snohomish, from the minds of children

A group gathers every weekend to play Dungeons & Dragons, the fantasy role-playing game.

State adding medians to US 2 between Snohomish and Monroe

Median barriers will follow in a separate project next year.

Meetup to explore how to enter the prepackaged food business

Discussion will include experts from the local food, financial and grocery industries.

He’s the 6-foot-4 Marine in photos of Bush’s memorial services

Bryce Carnahan, 20, of Lake Stevens, was part of the honor guard at the 41st president’s funeral.

VW emissions settlement paying for bus-fleet upgrades

The worldwide scandal involved an array of vehicles from the German carmaker.

Snohomish mulling what to do with plot of land on Avenue D

As city looks to the future, some hope to see more affordable housing, shops and restaurants.

Drink this: A look ahead at the brew year of 2019

Here are a few things the Herald’s beer aficionado Aaron Swaney is looking forward to next year.

He’s the pancake Picasso of Snohomish County

This dad’s fancy flapjacks come to life on the griddle as Harry Potter, sharks and cartoon characters.

Sheriff: Man wasn’t shot walking in Snohomish — he shot himself

He drove to a walk-in clinic and said he was hit by a bullet while strolling near a boat launch.

500 candles light the way for Snohomish’s solstice river walk

The Winter Solstice Candlelight River Walk is 4 to 7 p.m. Dec. 21 along the Riverfront Trail.

New idea: Carbon fee for transportation, environmental work

A lawmaker’s statewide plan would remove culverts, redo the U.S. 2 trestle and fund many other projects.