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Sara Gering cares for the sickest of COVID-19 patients. She couldn’t do it without her co-workers.
Peggy Jahn spent six weeks in the hospital. These days, she’s climbing a ladder to paint the bedroom.
Diane Lopes steered the Sunrise View retirement villa through the pandemic. She retired this month.
Dr. Ryan Keay says “the science just wasn’t there” in the days after Everett hospital first saw COVID.
Home prices are soaring and bidding wars are back, and Snohomish County “Zoom towns” are hot locations.
CBD lotions and potions are touted to treat pain, insomnia and anxiety. Owner: “We’re not a pot shop.”
State lawmakers will work remotely as they tackle COVID-19, economic recovery, police reform and more.
The 2021 Point-In-Time Count will not include a survey of people on the streets, as it usually does.
About 200 turned out for a rally at a park-and-ride in Everett, which was followed by a parade of vehicles.
When the rent is unpaid, property owners and lessors look to Rachel and Britt Morgan for help.
Barrel-aged beer is a prestige product that can burnish brewers’ reputations and bottom lines. But it’s difficult and costly to make.
Under two proposals, the city would annex about 570 acres of land and the lake itself.
The rate of gas being released has slowed substantially and will continue to diminish over time.
The Tulalips are expanding efforts to protect land and water that are integral to their identity.
Lynnwood’s Patrick Crosby wasn’t in the military, but he felt it was time to “give something back.”
The $187 million project, which opened Tuesday evening, replaces a 63-year-old terminal nearby.
Having a car is expensive but convenient. I’m challenging you and me to make small changes.
The waterfront gem once housed offices of an Everett lumber mill. Next year, it could be reborn.
For Bobby Warwick and Sarah Foo, a tarp at Peace Arch park has been the site of a fledgling romance.
The display is up through New Year’s Eve as volunteers look ahead to Wintertide Lights for 2021.