In an industry dominated by conglomerates, bakers at The Cottage work under the motto, “EAT REAL BREAD” — literally.
The hawk, found about three weeks ago, was likely hit by a car. PAWS rehabilitated the young bird.
“The pilgrims made Thanksgiving. I know that because we read books.” Read on for more lessons from Snohomish students age 5 to 7.
Teens learn water safety and leadership skills during the course. The training chips away at a history of racial disparities.
Jeremy DeBardi’s solo act — as singer, guitarist, drummer — went viral after 15 years in Everett’s local music scene.
A Snohomish County helicopter crew braved wind, smoke and more to save Benedict Delahunty, 28, of Montana, from the side of a cliff.
Thirteen children were adopted during Friday’s celebration. “This is the happiest thing we do as judges,” said Judge Millie Judge.
Angel Resource Connection gave away 160 Shelterbags, an all-in-one sleeping bag and shelter, on Wednesday.
In Monroe, Roger Evans wants to “give people the tools I was given to get here” after 35 years of homelessness.
Six years ago, Marie Riley heard about a law firm seeking aerospace workers whose children suffered birth defects — like her.
Reboot Recovery, a faith-based nonprofit, offers peer-led courses on overcoming trauma. City leaders say the need has never been greater.
Hupe, 101, was grand marshal in the city’s Veterans Day parade. It’s just the latest story in a long life full of them.
With the HVAC on the fritz, Evergreen branch staff were given space heaters. Management says supply chain issues are to blame.
Ahead of the monument’s 50th anniversary, the granddaughter of the designer donated a detailed record of the flame.
The state Department of Commerce doled out over $40 million this year to 54 affordable housing projects across the state.
All outages from Friday’s storm should be fixed by Thursday, per Snohomish PUD. Power was being restored Monday in North Everett.
A grant from the Gates Foundation will help the system better serve patrons with new programs and updated buildings.
Almost half of Snohomish County PUD customers lost power early Saturday morning. It could take days for all households to be restored.
Lynnwood is home to the nation’s 2ooth Gold Star Family Memorial, featuring three unique items built into the foundation
In 2019, erosion damaged the footbridge leading to one of Snohomish County’s most iconic destinations off Mountain Loop Highway.