Monday, March 4, 2024
Police nationwide are remodeling to create soothing rooms for interviews with victims of crime, like the new “soft room” in Mountlake Terrace.
The Mountlake Terrace High School graduate is the first Native American nominee in the Oscar’s competitive (non-honorary) acting categories.
Two kids and two adults were in the home. “There is no known connection between the victims and the suspects,” police said Monday.
The county’s second school-based clinic will provide primary care, dental and mental health services.
Matthew Stickney is one of four men with Snohomish County ties to be charged in the insurrection on Jan. 6, 2021.
If she wins best actress at the Academy Awards, the Mountlake Terrace High School grad would be the first Native American to win a competitive Oscar.
Volunteers in the group lead “Repair Cafes” and other sustainability events to educate and engage with the community.
From karaoke and Korean eats to billiards and “the best pizza in town,” these spots provide refuge for the lonely and hungry alike.
Daniel Weiss built a collection of tins with lard, tobacco, tennis balls, razors — you name it, it’s for sale in Mountlake Terrace.
Gladstone’s high school costume designer is hosting a showing of “Killers of the Flower Moon” Friday at the Regal Cinebarre.
Someone fired shots into the back of a car before fleeing Sunday, according to police. The shooter was at large days later.
Slowly but surely, a path grew over the past 13 years at Matt Hirvela Bicentennial Park. It’s done now.
Mother and daughter Audrey O’Hara, 83, and Terri O’Hara, 63, died Monday night after their townhouse became engulfed in flames.
Authorities responded to a townhouse that was “engulfed in flames” when fire units responded.
The 44-year old woman was pulled out of the water by bystanders and CPR was administered, according to authorities.
It’s one piece of Mountlake Terrace’s multi-million dollar project to revamp a golf course into a lakeside park.
Rep. Lauren Davis sought the order, which includes electronic monitoring, against her ex-partner, a lobbyist. He challenged the restrictions.
Since 1984, the state-funded scholarship has helped hundreds of students with college and technical school.
Staff recommended $750,000 for a new roof and HVAC at the library, $250,000 toward a nonprofit facility in Lynnwood and more.
Pharmaceutical company Perrigo recalled inhalers in September 2020. Months earlier, Antonio Fritz Sr. picked one up at a pharmacy.