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EVENTS Everett VBS: “Miraculous Mission” Vacation Bible School is set for 9…

 

Democratic U.S. Rep. Larsen: Time to impeach President Trump

Everett’s congressman says Trump’s attack on four female colleagues denigrates the meaning of citizenship.

 

Members of the Ivy Five and some friends play at the Edmonds home of Gary Ostlund (second from right on trumpet) on July 12, 2019. In 1956, five guys from Everett Junior High started a combo band, the Ivy Five, to play in the school talent show and played through high school. Those who live locally still get together to play regularly. On this date, Karner Trethewey (right, on trombone) was visiting from California. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Revive of the Ivy Five, a band started in 1956 junior high

63 years later, the jazz combo begun in Everett plays on. “We’re in it for the friendship…”

 

Beecher’s at Paine Field defies expectations of airport food

The menu includes Japanese-style steak, salmon, salads, sandwiches and, of course, grilled cheese.

Get ready to party like it’s 1999 with the Backstreet Boys

The boy band, revitalized with a new No. 1 album, are set to perform July 29 in Everett.

Proposed high-speed rail not pie-in-the-sky idea, says WSDOT

A study says the network from Portland to Vancouver could cost up to $42 billion — and serve Everett.

Unexpectedly, longtime county tourism director is departing

Amy Spain has led the marketing agency since 2005 and has worked there since 1996.

Jay Priebe, who grew up in foster care, is chief executive officer of Hand in Hand. The nonprofit operates Safe Place, an Everett facility that houses children removed from homes by law enforcement or social workers. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Hand in Hand’s new Safe Place a better shelter for children

The Everett nonprofit’s leader grew up in foster care. The agency serves kids removed from their homes.

Jay Priebe, who grew up in foster care, is chief executive officer of Hand in Hand. The nonprofit operates Safe Place, an Everett facility that houses children removed from homes by law enforcement or social workers. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Lynnwood robbery trial dismissed for last minute evidence

The defense argued that it couldn’t prepare for a new key witness and a 33-page police report.

Sentencing delayed in case of man who froze to death

The Everett man pleaded guilty to robbery and agreed to testify against pair charged with murder.

One possible vision of the future Mariner light rail station area. (Snohomish County)

County sees a dense, tall future near light rail stations

Buildings 10 stories or higher could tower over stops off I-5 at Ash Way and Mariner park and rides.

One possible vision of the future Mariner light rail station area. (Snohomish County)

125 years ago, it started with 1,000 books at City Hall

The Everett Public Library celebrated its quasquicentennial by bringing to life the era of its founding.

Everett man has history of raping patients, prosecutors say

The nursing assistant is charged with second-degree rape. His license to practice was suspended.

Eight candidates and one seat make for a primary scramble

Seven Democrats and a Republican are hustling for votes in Snohomish County Council District 2.

Does your lawn need tending? There’s an Everett app for that

including lawn care. GreenPal, a free app that connects homeowners… Continue reading

New school’s uniform requirement creates storm with parents

Tambark Elementary’s policy has some up in arms at the Everett School District’s newest campus.

The Western wear seller who helped build Everett’s synagogue

A new online museum exhibit explores the life of Billy Sturman, a local icon for generations.

Demolition moving fast on historic Judd & Black building

Built in 1892, the building burned last year in an unsolved arson. Now its walls are coming down for good.

Faith Calendar

EVENTS Block party: Edmonds Lutheran also is hosting a summer block party from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. July 20. The free event includes an… Continue reading

Cameron McCaffree, 26, is a bartender at The Anchor Pub in Everett. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

From millennials to elders, he serves ‘em all at the Anchor

Cameron McCaffree says he enjoys the historic Everett bar’s diverse, colorful customers.

Cameron McCaffree, 26, is a bartender at The Anchor Pub in Everett. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)