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An Everett company wants to recognize nurses, first-responders and others, with proceeds going to charity.
Anne Anderson and April Berg revved up campaigns this week. Republican Mark James was already in the running.
Federal grants are based on 2018 passenger counts. Unfortunately, Everett passenger service began in 2019.
The woman, 61, had been riding with friends when she lost control of the motorcycle, authorities said.
Comedians Blake Kiltoff and Kate Carlson Carlsen turn their jobs into a game you can play with your kids.
The Americana band’s songs have been streamed a combined 250,000 times on all platforms.
Rules for funerals limit attendees to immediate family. In Darrington, a memorial tradition is on hold.
Lynnwood’s Temple Distilling is now making the alcohol-based cleaner — but you can still order spirits.
Two Mukilteo businesses, and others around the county, have shifted their focus to fight COVID-19.
Districts across the state are expected to offer online learning. Locally, those plans differ.
Places are offering curbside pick-up and online orders and are banding together to draw wary customers.
They must cope with shortages of take-out containers, steep online ordering fees and lost revenue from alcohol.
Some Snohomish County theaters and nightclubs are turning to live-streaming and online fundraisers.
You can hear the country-rock band in a live stream at 7 p.m. Saturday. Donations benefit FareStart.
The day after the governor ordered the closure of many businesses, people in Snohomish made adjustments.
By Rick Burke Navy Office of Community Outreach Petty Officer 1st Class Henry Pugh III, a native of Snohomish, builds and fights around the world… Continue reading
Cleanliness is a big part of the beer-making process, and that’s more true than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 10th annual Washington Beer Open House is Feb. 29. Here is a list of local breweries participating.
“There’s no replacement,” head of care facility agency says of place once known as Snohomish Chalet.
The brick structure was attached to the library in the late 1960s. Workers tore it down Tuesday.