EVERETT — The city wants to limit any more retail marijuana shops from opening as the state wants to double the number allowed in Everett.
EVERETT — The community along Casino Road has stepped up to assisted the 100-plus people who lost their homes to the New Year's Eve fire at The Bluffs Apartments on Casino Road, but many are still facing difficulties.
SNOHOMISH — The city’s public safety commission, an advisory group, intends to make a larger presence on city matters this year.
MONROE — A state board is considering whether the controversial East Monroe rezone, which a majority of City Council members approved in December, can move forward.
MONROE — Carlos Martinez, 61, a former sergeant with the Monroe Police Department, was sentenced last Thursday to 14 months in prison for possessing inappropriate photos of a former Monroe School District student. But he won't be in jail quite yet.
SNOHOMISH — A petition is now being spread to change Snohomish government from a “weak mayor” to “strong mayor” and ousting the city manager position.
EVERETT — As the public reels from recent news about how a 3-month-old baby girl from Everett died with methamphetamine in her bloodstream, a black eye, pneumonia, meningitis and multiple fractures, her mother, Jerrica Schreib, is receiving media attention for the second year in a row.More on this story...
SNOHOMISH COUNTY — In Snohomish County, and throughout the Pacific Northwest, the poor are indeed getting poorer and the population of the financially secure is shrinking, according to a new wide-ranging report released by the United Way.More on this story...
EVERETT — The city will seek partners for housing homeless people and also make a $2 million request to the Legislature, and already has a sponsor in Olympia.More on this story...
EVERETT — People came to assist immediately when more than 100 people lost their homes in the three-alarm New Year’s Eve apartment fire at The Bluffs at Evergreen, and are continuing to help victimized families.
MUKILTEO — Once a town bustling with Japanese immigrants and Crown Lumber Mill workers, then next door to Boeing’s Everett hub post-World War II, Japanese Gulch, a 140-acre wooded greenspace area owned by the city of Mukilteo, is ready for the next phase in its lifeMore on this story.
SNOHOMISH — Sources report that city officials said at a town hall-style meeting that the city is open to restoring the deed restriction on the block that includes the Boys & Girls Club and old Hal Moe Pool site, but there are no apparent immediate plans to restore the restriction. A group appears to be pushing the city to put back the 1922 restriction.More on this story.
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