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Wendy Poischbeg is among those honored for their contributions to Everett’s art scene.
The Nysether Family Foundation donation pays off a loan for the nonprofit that runs Operation School Bell.
38 scouting officials in Washington were known to be a danger to kids, including one in Everett.
A reader wondered why so many bus stops are on the far side of an intersection. It’s on purpose.
There’s still a sense residents “don’t feel safe,” the mayor says, and police are busier than ever.
The 20-year-old is charged with four counts of first-degree assault and unlawful possession of a firearm.
Child advocates lied, spied and destroyed evidence. Now, the program has been renamed and revamped.
Regina Lewis, 16, moved from California in 2018. She built a community here by saying “yes” to new things.
Paine Field was voted 8th-best among a selection of small airports, some of which aren’t all that small.
Jacob Hilkin, 24, of Everett, had been missing since 2018.
Work will begin on 82 units of a five-story apartment building after a groundbreaking Friday.
Hear from Maria Bot and her human creator at a TEDxEverett talk Feb. 22.
Jennifer Rodgers, the Chorale’s artistic director and conductor, will be a soloist at the Feb. 15 concert.
With ballots counted Wednesday, the $240 million bond measure is within a half-percent of approval.
If you have fond memories of the once-ubiquitous pizza chain, help yourself to one of Mo Pizza’s slices.
Henry Elliott, 66, doesn’t want the credit, but he saved a man in the water at the Port of Everett.
“This is not how government is supposed to work,” Sheriff Adam Fortney said Monday.
Yes. No. Maybe. Kind of. Sort of. It depends if traffic can move safely behind it.
Tony Rubio lost his son in 2004 to a drunken driver. Now his family fears he died the same way.