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In spite of the pandemic, the number of new businesses is up sharply compared to last year.
An Arlington woman’s “spiritual awakening via pee cloth” led to a popular product for outdoorsy women.
Anthony Zayas, 26, claimed he did not know the girl he met on Tinder was 14, charging papers say.
Ronald Borovec, a longtime aviation enthusiast, was active in the Experimental Aircraft Association.
The Marshall Law Band’s performances during Black Lives Matter protests inspired their new album.
As a gunner in B-17 “Flying Fortress,” Arlington’s Art Unruh flew 50 missions to fight Nazis in Europe.
Winning teams from six cities took home $75,000 in prize money. One winner built a better still.
A proposal to merge with North County Fire will be on February special election ballots.
Richard D. Sheppard, 50, died from blunt-force injuries, the Snohomish County Medical Examiner found.
The investigation of the fatal crash on Pioneer Highway closed stretches of it to drivers.
Incumbent Sidney Logan faces former Marysville City Council member Rob Toyer for the District 1 seat.
If the Arlington City Council decides to move forward, voters would make the final decision.
A man reportedly walked out of a classroom with “his arms full of computers” worth $750.
The house in the 20400 block of 64th Drive NE was a total loss, according to the city.
The dog’s odyssey landed him at the bottom of a “Silence of The Lambs” pit. A PUD crew saves the day.
Detectives believe he was walking the roadway when the vehicle struck him on 33rd Avenue Northeast.
Take a smartphone quiz as you stroll the trail. If you answer every question correctly, you’ll win a prize.
Stanwood is already teaching kindergartners on campus. Sultan and Arlington will soon follow suit.
Amanda D. Smith was 43. Police are seeking tips about her “suspicious” death.
The rider of a stolen bike fled Bellingham police and the State Patrol before surrendering in Everett.