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Tulalip Tribes biologists are relocating nuisance beavers to forest areas where they can thrive.
Keep your eyes peeled and let the cyclists go, drivers. But the new law doesn’t mean bikes can zip by.
Employers made space for students to attend virtual classes on-site. But at least one learning pod had to shut down.
For some local high school students, auto shop is the thing that keeps them from dropping out.
Friday food distributions at Faith Lutheran Church in Everett serve about 1,600 people each week.
In a trial run, the city of Everett launches a new food truck lot on city property.
Archbishop Murphy High School has welcomed freshmen and sophomores back to campus, in small numbers.
The Snohomish house comes complete with tracks, speeder car and people looking in the window.
It’s running again, but the damage will cost the city $1,200 to $1,500.
Walt Gillette and Saundra Cope are now Boeing retirees with focus on local arts, culture and children.
The city’s First Street bypass opened Friday afternoon.
First a pandemic, now the departure of the Dreamliner. Many Everett restaurants are struggling to survive.
The Bay Wood property on the north end of West Marine Drive is contaminated from its sawmill days.
The dog’s odyssey landed him at the bottom of a “Silence of The Lambs” pit. A PUD crew saves the day.
A video posted by kindergarten teacher Mackenzie Adams has been viewed more than 10 million times.
Tyler Fryberg and his former teacher finish 1,000-mile challenge to support Leah’s Dream nonprofit.
Take a smartphone quiz as you stroll the trail. If you answer every question correctly, you’ll win a prize.
Online or by phone, resources are widely accessible as millions struggle with mental health.
With funding tied to getting students to school, districts are uncertain how much money they’ll receive.
After a year-long pilot program, the city council voted to permanently open city streets to all-terrain vehicles.