SNOHOMISH — Fraud is big business, and a global network of criminals are actively preying on people’s fears and anxieties about the coronavirus. Some of the most common schemes include unemployment fraud where criminals use stolen personal information to file bogus claims, fraud rings offering fake COVID-19 remedies or supplies, or so-called “romance” scams where perpetrators pretending to be a friend or loved one use online platforms to request financial assistance to help them through hard times.
SNOHOMISH — Captain Robert Palmer, who's been the interim chief since June, will be sworn in as Snohomish's permanent police chief shortly
SNOHOMISH — The 176th Engineers Company, a National Guard unit based in Snohomish, has been on the front lines serving the county in a time of prolonged uncertainty, and its new commander has plenty to do.
EVERETT — Just off a neighborhood street in South Everett, near the mall, lays a quiet grove of large trees with a small stream flowing at the bottom, and the remains of a large homeless camp. It's being cleared for a future housing development that carries a twist.
EVERETT — Mayor Cassie Frankin’s $411 million budget doesn’t reverse most of the city’s coronavirus-driven cutbacks during 2020, but the message from her office is the city will innovate to get a stronger footing for the future.
EVERETT — A nonprofit’s request to upzone an area and clip the boundaries of a historic neighborhood so it can build a low-income housing apartment project fragmented the city’s planning commission, resulting in no recommendation for the City Council.
AROUND SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Timeline released for Snohomish kids to go back into schools,
Meeting scheduled for Thursday the 24th for Residential Development on Terrace in Snohomish,
Libraries restart printing,
DOL office in Everett reopens by appointment, and
Snohomish City Council says no to trash hauler.
EVERETT — A nearly hundred-acre woody watershed once seen as
SNOHOMISH COUNTY — The health district released an update Thursday, Sept. 10 stating that elementary students could possibly be back in classrooms by the end of the month. School District superintendents are now assessing next steps.
SNOHOMISH — Two Glacier Peak students have co-founded a West Coast branch of a charity organization focused on raising money to equip local schools with Personal Protective Equipment.
SNOHOMISH COUNTY — The current need for online and remote learning has reduced the need for support staff in local school districts, which affects custodians, school bus
drivers, and other classified staff in the Monroe, Snohomish and Everett school districts.
SNOHOMISH — The site of the former Delta Rehabilitation Center on Terrace Avenue has been sold and a residential development of 113 single-family houses called Walsh Hills will be built in its place.
By MICHAEL WHITNEY
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