SNOHOMISH — A bill sponsored by Rep. Mark Harmsworth passed by Gov. Jay Inslee that would protect restrictive land covenants by requiring cities to go through a public process before local governments can take action. The time that Snohomish city leaders stripped the deed restriction from the former Averill Field site sparked the bill.
SNOHOMISH — A fire Tuesday, April 20 destroyed much at the Snohomish Storage center on Bickford Avenue.
EVERETT — The ride-hailing company Uber says that if certain new rules in a slate of regulations the City Council is proposing go forward, it would force the company to exit Everett. Uber's counterpart, Lyft, has given similar concerns.
SNOHOMISH — The City Council is all for setting the future strong mayor’s salary at $18,000 a year, but will establish the pay at the May 2 meeting. Critics say the salary is being set too low to be able to attract a large field of candidates, among other concerns.
SNOHOMISH — A young boy nearly drowned at the Snohomish Aquatic Center on Saturday, April 15 but was saved by sixth-grader Jonah Urie, 11, and two off-duty medical professionals.
SNOHOMISH — A panel forum about homelessness in Snohomish is meant to kickstart a conversation on the topic. The homelessness forum will be from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 27 in Snohomish High School’s Performing Arts Center (PAC) Building, 1315 5th Street.
SNOHOMISH — Blake Habersetzer was inspired to raise money to combat the drought in Somalia and for his 13th birthday he's aiming for $13,000. He'll be having a party for the final stretch of his fundraising goal on Sunday, April 23 at Zion Lutheran Church, 330 Union Ave. in Snohomish, from 3 – 5 p.m.
EVERETT — The possibility that the century-old Longfellow Building may be saved to become the future home of the Everett Museum of History is taking another step forward.
SNOHOMISH — A group is continuing to form a grassroots citywide coalition of block watches, with hopes to be up and running by late spring.
EVERETT — A plan to have Catholic Housing Services build a 70-unit low barrier housing complex in central Everett has moved another step forward, but not everyone is happy about it.
SNOHOMISH — Two hostile crowd incidents that flooded First Street during both nights of St. Patrick’s Day weekend has prompted the city to ask for quicker adjudication against the Time Out Sports Bar.
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