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Developers and farmers have changed the landscape of northern Arlington, but one constant had remained until recently — an old train station located on the corner of 67th Avenue NE and 172nd Street NE.
The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce swore in its 2010 Board of Directors during its Jan. 12 general membership luncheon.
Carla Gastineau knew it was just a matter of time before Walmart began construction across the street.
State transportation officials emphasized “if” during a recent presentation to the City Council.
Haggen Food & Pharmacy stores are collecting donations to fund World Vision’s relief efforts in Haiti, which was devastated by a Jan. 12 earthquake.
Cascade Valley Hospital recently received a top honor among United States medical facilities.
A local organization recently received more than eight loads of donated clothing items.
Marysville and Arlington Haggen Food & Pharmacy locations are currently collecting donations from their Warm Clothes for Kids drive.
An Arlington plant recently donated nearly $2,000 in cash, food and gift cards to the Marysville Community Food Bank.
Attic Secrets, located in Suite 101 at 4229 76th St. NE, won second place for the top five tea houses in King 5’s “Best of Western Washington” contest for 2009.
He’s an engineer who became a dentist, but Dr. Nanda Manogaran promises to provide a personable touch to his services at Pleasant Smile Dental Care.
Four months after its first meeting, the Young Professionals Network is continuing to meet monthly at the Mpulse Lounge of the Tulalip Resort Hotel and Casino, but as the holiday season gets underway, its members are also trying to pitch in on behalf of the community.
Property owners will soon be paying more in taxes if the City Council moves forward with the city’s recommendation.City officials were scheduled to propose an… Continue reading
Former and active duty military members lined up out the door of the Marysville Applebee’s restaurant Nov. 11 for their free meals for veterans, as service members of all branches and ages ate together and looked back on their service.
Community members are being encouraged to do some early holiday shopping at a vendor fair being put on by the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce.
More than 20 volunteers recently braved potentially rainy weather to install wooden fish along the Interstate 5 corridor.
ARLINGTON — Soon, local business patrons will be able to push Jim Minifie’s buttons — in a good way. The owner of Jim Minifie State Farm Insurance recently commissioned an elevator to be constructed at his downtown Arlington office on East Fifth Street.
City officials are looking for community input on their long-term planning efforts in Smokey Point and Island Crossing.
North County Bank has received a cease-and-desist order because of its "unsafe or unsound banking practices and violations of law," according to documents recently released by federal and state agencies.
A local supply store will soon be holding an open house in its new building.