Snow Goose Transit runs on weekdays, offering 15 stops and — for those with mobility issues — door-to-door service.
Lenz Enterprises can now handle 150,000 tons a year. Residents worry odors will be a problem.
Keith Reyes, 64, visits a Stanwood nail salon for “foot treatments” that help soothe blast injuries.
Here are some voices at Providence hospital of those still staring down COVID: a harpist, a cancer patient, a chaplain and a nursing assistant.
A state Supreme Court ruling could affect other incarcerated people who committed crimes as juveniles.
A Housing Hope program helps families buy houses with “sweat equity”: “We busted our butts to get here.”
Prosecutors allege Ilya Hrudzko drove his Audi into a tree at nearly triple the speed limit, killing Ceanna Diller, 20.
Lenz Enterprises was accused by a competitor, Cedar Grove, of accepting 30,000 tons more than allowed last year.
In Stanwood, a machine recount validated Tim Schmitt’s defeat of City Councilwoman Judy Williams.
Katrina Kakalecik, 27, of Granite Falls, was a passenger in an SUV that was rear-ended on Thanksgiving.
Another tally is required to settle races for seats on city councils, as well as the Alderwood water district.
The Great ShakeOut offered a dress rehearsal Thursday for a new system that aims to warn before the tremors start.
Deena Jones’ nephew died in a random knife attack. His death could keep the Arlington pastor alive for decades.
Closed since June for paint and preservation work, two of the three lanes were to be reopened this week.
The connection would skirt west of downtown from Highway 532 north toward Old Pacific Highway.
The closure includes clams, oysters, mussels, scallops and other species, due to a bio-toxin.
The car veered off I-5 into an embankment near Highway 532.
Snohomish County crews are replacing a culvert under 268th Street NW in the 1300 block.
Nicole Ng-A-Qui and Richard Yust are running to unseat the Republican, who joined the council in 2017.
The man was driving north on I-5 Wednesday when he crossed the median.