Mill Creek

Via video monitor, Terrence Miller, a retiree living in the Edmonds area, pleaded not guilty to the first-degree murder of Jody Loomis in 1972, during his arraignment at Snohomish County Courthouse on Monday, April 15, 2019 in Everett, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Bail raised to $1M in 1972 murder case, and suspect posts it

Terrence Miller’s planned bowling date with his wife prompted the judge to raise it from $750,000.

 

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.

 

40-foot long maple bar invades Mill Creek and is devoured

Mill Creek bakery celebrated 10 years in business with a super-size bacon maple bar cake.

 

Widened roads help keep pace with expanding neighborhoods

Upgrades to 35th Avenue SE are part of a $90 million plan for the Bothell-Mill Creek road network.

Black bear spotted napping in a tree in Mill Creek

Mill Creek Police knew it was there and did not think it was aggressive. Just don’t feed or poke it.

Teens allegedly part of robberies, car chase, crash

Deputies pursued a vehicle in the Mill Creek and Everett areas before it crashed and caught fire.

Gardener finds a ‘slice of serenity’ in his Martha Lake yard

Tom Astrof’s “happy place” is one of six gardens featured on the Mill Creek Garden Tour on June 22.

The Farm at Mill Creek would build out more than 350 apartments, office space and other features along 132nd Street SE on between Seattle Hill Road and 35th Avenue SE. The Mill Creek City Council approved a development agreement with Vintage Housing for the project on Tuesday, March 26, 2019. (Vintage Housing)

Mill Creek affordable housing complex gets another approval

Crews could start clearing, grading within weeks for the 354-apartment development known as The Farm.

The Farm at Mill Creek would build out more than 350 apartments, office space and other features along 132nd Street SE on between Seattle Hill Road and 35th Avenue SE. The Mill Creek City Council approved a development agreement with Vintage Housing for the project on Tuesday, March 26, 2019. (Vintage Housing)

Transformed teacher writes self-help book she wishes she had

Plagued by health problems and stress, Jackson High School’s Lesley Moffat needed to change.

Man reportedly flashes gun outside Safeway, then gets shot

Mill Creek police say the confrontation may have begun as a complaint about driving.

Judge lowers bail for suspect in 1972 killing to $750,000

But there are stricter release conditions for Terrence Miller, who is accused of killing Jody Loomis.

Michael Powell, whose skeletal remains were found buried in the backyard of a Bothell-area home May 22. He’s been missing since the early 1990s. 20190530

Person of interest found after homicide unearthed in Bothell

Rick Nelson contacted detectives, who wanted to talk about a man’s body buried in a yard near Bothell.

Michael Powell, whose skeletal remains were found buried in the backyard of a Bothell-area home May 22. He’s been missing since the early 1990s. 20190530

This Mill Creek bartender thrives when the place is slammed

Jessie Meyers feels a rush of accomplishment when she makes everyone happy.

Meet your new Everett School District superintendent

After a marathon of interviews, the school board picked Ian Saltzman. He comes from Florida.

Could Seattle light rail tunnels delay the Link to Everett?

Snohomish County leaders aren’t sold on plans to study underground routes to West Seattle and Ballard.

After year of debate, Everett has new high school boundaries

Board members unanimously approved the changes, which take effect in 2020, starting with freshmen.

Tough decisions: Everett School Board weighs boundary changes

The district has heard from concerned families as it tries to address overcrowded high schools.

South County Fire commissioner Richard Schrock, 74, dies

Schrock played key roles in merging fire- and police-related agencies. “He left an imprint.”

As dad faces terminal cancer, gift lets family keep its home

The Comfort family had no idea they’d receive a $10,000 check at a benefit dance recital.

First Snohomish County measles case is Bothell-area student

Officials listed places the contagious teen visited. He is among five new cases statewide.