When she meets new people, 4-year-old Lacey Ernst immediately smiles, greets them cheerfully and asks them all sorts of curious questions, but one question that she has to ask — “Are you sick?” — has less to do with friendly concern and more to do with a pressing, life-changing need.
A 16-year-old Canadian male from Victoria, B.C., was killed after falling into oncoming traffic at Smokey Point Boulevard and 204th Street at 9:20 a.m. during the Ride to Conquer Cancer on Sunday, June 16.
Island Crossing Counseling Services is not a new service to the Island Crossing triangle owned by the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians, but on Friday, May 31, the methadone clinic celebrated its official opening in its greatly expanded and improved facility.
The Weston High School graduating class of 2013 was urged to take pride in their accomplishments by their peers and Arlington School District staff during their commencement ceremony at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center on June 5.
ARLINGTON — Crews will be working day and night shifts June 17-20 to excavate a narrow section of 67th Avenue NE between Lebanon Street and 211th Place NE. Nightly closures will begin at 7 p.m. each night and the roadway will re-open to traffic by 6 a.m. each morning.
Snohomish County Sheriff's Office detectives have arrested a 50 year-old Arlington man on the suspicion that he is responsible for the death of his 53-year-old sister.
MARYSVILLE — The State Route 529 Ebey Slough Bridge has been confirmed to be closed for the weekend from 5 a.m. on Saturday, June 8, to 5 a.m. on Monday, June 10.
ARLINGTON — Arlington Police are warning area residents about a convicted sex offender who is moving into town.
EVERETT — The cities of Marysville and Arlington both advise motorists to factor a police motorcade into their travel and commuting plans for Thursday, June 6.
Hundreds of Arlington residents lined the sides of both Olympic Avenue and the Arlington Municipal Cemetery pathways as they celebrated Memorial Day on Monday, May 27, and remembered the lives of those who died fighting for our country’s freedom.
The Lakewood School Board’s study session at the Arlington Airport on Wednesday, May 29, addressed the ways in which the Lakewood School District will strive to inform its constituents about issues such as its capital project and its planned bond.
EVERETT — John Lovick, former state legislator and Washington State Trooper, was named Snohomish County's fourth county executive on Monday, June 3, following a unanimous vote by the County Council.
The “Save the Olympic Theatre” campaign is considering changing its name to “Support the Olympic Theatre,” because the historic movie theater in downtown Arlington actually has a viable path to surviving in the era of digital film, but the community members who have been active in raising funds for the local landmark’s technological transition don’t want their fellow Arlingtonians to think that the job is done.
LAKEWOOD — The Lakewood School Board's study session for Wednesday, May 29, will not only address the Lakewood School District's Informational Campaign Master Plan, but also provide updates on the summer capital project and the status of the bond planning's first phase.
Heavy rains and rising temperatures brought flooding and landslides to portions of Western Washington on Wednesday. More rain is forecast today, but is expected to tail off in most areas by this evening.