ARLINGTON — As the Arlington Community Food Bank headed into its Thanksgiving distributions, its members touted the increased support they’ve received from volunteers and contributing agencies, even as they hoped it would be enough to meet the increased need that they face.
MARYSVILLE — A 2013 graduate of Pacific Lutheran University, Brandon Adam is the newest reporter to join The Marysville Globe and The Arlington Times, but he looks forward to the Marysville and Arlington communities becoming his new homes soon enough.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Library demonstrated its ability to adjust to circumstances in relatively short order while still staying relevant with its programs on Wednesday, Nov. 20, as its planned enzymes and digestion lab was substituted with a series of activities based on the novel “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” to sync up with the release of its movie adaptation on Friday, Nov. 22.
Two young brothers missing since Sunday morning have been found safe according to Cmdr. Robb Lamoureux of the Marysville Police Department.
Marysville detectives are asking for the public's help in locating two brothers, ages 3 and 2, who were taken by their biological mother during a recent visitation.
ARLINGTON — Civilians and veterans alike again lined the sidewalks of Olympic Avenue for Arlington's annual Veterans Day parade on Monday, Nov. 11, with crowds that included at least two active-duty service members in uniform this year.
ARLINGTON — Drivers will notice new speed limit signs on State Route 531 through Arlington.
Sound Publishing, which owns The Arlington Times and the Marysville Globe, is gearing up for a busy Thanksgiving and Black Friday week, delivering 10 million holiday savings inserts to readers in the greater Puget Sound area. With 600 packed pallets covering our docks and more on the way, the staff at our regional press center in Everett is putting in over 2,100 hours to make sure our 42 local publications are chock full of Black Friday savings.
ARLINGTON — The proposed 2014 budget for the city of Arlington is expected to be voted on by the Arlington City Council on Monday, Dec. 2, in the wake of city of Arlington Finance Director Jim Chase’s likely penultimate presentation of the budget to the Council during its Monday, Nov. 18, regular session meeting.
OLYMPIA — State Rep. Hans Dunshee is inviting the citizens of the 44th Legislative District to a town hall meeting via telephone, so that people can ask questions, share ideas or comment on issues of the day.
Marysville police are investigating a fatal accident this morning after a pedestrian was struck by a train just north of the railroad crossing at 172nd Street in Marysville.
ARLINGTON — The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a man who was living in a tent on his parents' property when a tree fell on the tent.
The National Weather Service in Seattle has issued a Flood Watch for Western Washington which includes the Stillaguamish River at Arlington. The Flood Watch will be in effect until 7 p.m. Tuesday.
The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce is on the grow, according to Chamber President Kristen Granroth during her State of the Chamber address at the Medallion Hotel in Smokey Point on Tuesday, Nov. 12.
The intersection of 67th Avenue NE and 204th Street will be a 24-hour-a-day hotbed of construction work for the week and a half leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday, as the 67th Avenue Final Phase project gets ready to wrap up the last of its work before the winter break.
ARLINGTON — On Thursday, Nov. 14, crews are scheduled to conduct work at the intersection of 67th Avenue NE and 204th Street, in preparation for extending utilities through the intersection on the weekday evenings of Monday, Nov. 18, through Tuesday, Nov. 26, excluding weekends.
ARLINGTON — Mixed-media artist Monica Guerrero found her home in Arlington a year ago in October, and she aims to create a haven for her fellow artists not only within the geographic boundaries of her new hometown, but also online through her ongoing podcasts that spotlight the stories of artists and inventors.
While the Arlington High School Drama Department is no stranger to the demands of rapid-fire comedy, intricately plotted murder mysteries and elaborately staged musicals, this fall’s production will see them tackling an even weightier challenge, as they present a new version of “The Diary of Anne Frank” at 7 p.m. on Nov. 8, 9, 15 and 16 at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington City Council voted unanimously on Monday, Nov. 4, to approve an ordinance adopting a moratorium on the establishment of marijuana producer, processor and retailer establishments, as well as the licensing and permitting of the same. However, rather than going with city staff's initial recommendations for a three-month moratorium, the Council followed the advice of Arlington City Attorney Steve Peiffle to extend it to six months, just so they would run less risk of needing to renew the moratorium before they might reach their decision.
ARLINGTON — As of Thursday, Nov. 7, at 4:46 p.m., at least two of the Arlington City Council races remained extremely close.