Take home the design and decor savvy of hometown real estate twins Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis.
Farmers markets are one-stop shops for all things locally grown, homemade and delicious.
Judge Karen Moore originally sentenced Kenneth Parker to 2½ years for sexually touching patients.
Building guidelines and affordability goals for the new district were sketched by a 13-person task force.
Brent Marty, who worked for two Snohomish County fire districts, was sentenced to over three years in prison.
The Sonic Squirrels’ robot can climb monkey bars and drive autonomously. “Everything has to be built from scratch.”
Parks staff will soon unveil plans for the 1,400-acre trail network. Mountain bikers feel like “we didn’t get any input.”
Former Glacier Peak standout Paisley Harding signs a training camp contract with the Seattle Storm.
The 13 new episodes show that with elbow grease and ingenuity, nothing is unsellable in this wild market.
When the pandemic ended Jim Sorensen’s corporate career, he began drawing birds wearing shoes.
A new glimpse into Washington’s earliest COVID deaths — and why we may never have a complete record.
Anna Lomachenko: “I think that I have to show the world not only the war, but also the good things” about her home country.
Here are four Snohomish County-area purveyors that specialize in gluten-free menu items.
Kenneth Parker, 62, who practiced in Snohomish, abused women under the guise of medical treatment.
Among the provisions are money to build a Community Recovery Center in Lynnwood and aid Afghan refugees in Snohomish County.
In 2021, Alec Gajdos struck and killed Carson Cox, 32, and Sara Fox-Heath, 39. He then went to work.
One reader noticed more litter along Highway 522. Cleaning up is a team effort of state agencies, volunteers and inmates.
Facebook’s “View From My Window” launched early in the pandemic continues to connect people worldwide.
Heather Thomas, the public and government affairs manager for the Snohomish Health District, will start Monday.
After affirming Calvin Walker’s hiring, Sheriff Adam Fortney was eventually persuaded it jeopardized public trust.