ARLINGTON — Graduating from high school is challenging for any student, but for those at Weston High School the road has included more obstacles than most.
ARLINGTON — On the same evening that Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert honored outgoing schools superintendent Kris McDuffy, the City Council agreed to partner with the school district on the Advanced Manufacturing Training Education Center.
ARLINGTON – Biringer Farm is in desperate need of workers and u-pickers as the berries ripened weeks earlier than usual.
ARLINGTON — The farewells were even more emotional than usual during the Arlington High School class of 2016 graduation ceremony June 12 at the Xfinity Arena in Everett.
TULALIP — Trying something new paid off for Lakewood High School, as its graduating class of 2016 enjoyed mostly sunny skies at the Tulalip Amphitheatre for its June 10 commencement.
ARLINGTON — When the Arlington Fire Department officially presented its new 2015 Rosenbauer Commander engine and ladder trucks to the public at Station 46 June 6, fire chief Bruce Stedman warned civilians in attendance that he'd be putting them to work.
ARLINGTON — The city honored citizens who took time to clean up their community, as Vicky McMurray and Jennifer Smith were lauded by Mayor Barbara Tolbert June 6.
LAKEWOOD — With the campus in disarray due to construction of the new high school, students and their families might be wondering where Lakewood will stage its graduation for the Class of 2016.
ARLINGTON — A new year marks new wrinkles for the Arlington school district's graduation ceremonies.
ARLINGTON — The population is increasing but funding for public health is decreasing.
SMOKEY POINT — The Marysville and Arlington food banks received thousands of pounds of donations during the annual Letter Carriers' Food Drive May 14, but even more is needed.
ARLINGTON — While homelessness is a widespread problem nationwide, Cocoon House CEO Cassie Franklin made the case to the Arlington City Council May 16 that teen homelessness represents a unique problem in its own right.
SMOKEY POINT — Tall shrubs and thick grass can cover a number of sins, as the volunteer crew that turned out May 14 to clean up around the Smokey Point Safeway found out.