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Local Water Main Break on Marine Drive Affects Marysville West Neighborhood and Area Schools
A water main break has occurred on Marine Drive west of 31st Avenue in the Tulalip area. The City of Marysville has hired a contractor for the repair work. The Marysville West neighborhood, including parts of 27th Avenue, the 7400 block, and 74th Street NE, is currently without water. Quil Ceda Elementary, Heritage, and Legacy High Schools are also affected.
WA marysville's Most Loveable Dogs Eagerly Awaits Forever Homes Today!
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near marysville.
Another round of rain, gusty winds Wednesday before drier conditions this weekend
SEATTLE — A weather system will bring another round of rain and strong winds to western Washington on Wednesday, but drier conditions are just on the horizon. A compact Pacific storm is forecast to pass over the Puget Sound region Wednesday morning, bringing rain and gusty winds to parts of the region. Wind gusts up to 35 mph are possible through noon Wednesday from Grays Harbor County through the south Sound and to areas south of I-90, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
snohomish, WA Residents: Your Future Dogs Best Friend Awaits!
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to snohomish..
Artisan Crafted Home in Langley is a feast for the senses
The Artisan Crafted Home store in Langley is more than a home store. Walking in your senses are awakened by the scent of the fabulous candles, your eyes are bouncing from one hand-painted chandelier to a hand-stitched lampshade, to copper cookery from France, filling your soul with. something that connects...
Everett City Invites Local Residents to Apply for 2024 Community Development, Housing Trust, and HOME Funds
Everett City is now accepting applications for three funding programs: the 2024 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Affordable Housing Trust Funds (AHTF 2060), and HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME). The city will manage the application process through its AmpliFund software. It estimates that $850,000 will be available for CDBG, $140,000 for AHTF, and $400,000 for HOME. The CDBG fund will be split into two categories: $127,500 for Public Services and $552,500 for Non-Public Services.
Study: Drivers in Burien, Lake Stevens among worst in Washington
A new report identifies the top ten cities with the best and worst drivers in Washington state. QuoteWizard said a team of its auto and traffic experts looked at our residents’ driving behaviors to create a driver report. It says Walla Walla, Burien, and Lake Stevens residents are among...
Everett Police Investigating Fatal Scooter Crash At Bruin Boulevard & East Casino Road
The Traffic Safety Unit with the Everett Police Department is investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash of a motor scooter that ended up as a fatality. It happened around 11:42 AM Monday morning at the intersection of Bruin Boulevard and East Casino Road in south Everett, Washington. A male in...
Wash. hospitals in capacity crisis; beds per capita worst in US
The state of Washington has a hospital capacity crisis, according to the Washington State Hospital Association (WSHA). Washington has fewer hospital beds per capita than any other state in the nation. The District of Columbia ranked No. 1 at beds a 4.89 per 1,000 members of the population as of 2021. The state of Washington ranked last at 1.60.
Man shot dead on during Lake Stevens road-rage incident
LAKE STEVENS, Wash., September 25, 2023—A 41-year-old Lake Stevens man shot dead on September 22 during road-rage incident. At approximately 4:25 p.m. on Friday, September 22, Snohomish County Deputies responded to a shooting in the 15300 block of 84th Street NE. Upon arrival, deputies located a 41-year-old man deceased in the roadway.
Restaurant news: A bumpy first visit to Lynnwood’s new Shake Shack
Shake Shack at the Alderwood Mall opened almost three weeks ago. This is a restaurant chain that has its roots in New York City via St. Louis. Danny Meyer, the founder of Shake Shack, grew up in St. Louis, enjoying iconic food from Ted Drewe’s Frozen Custard and Steak n’Shake. While he started out as a fine dining restauranteur in NYC with Union Square Cafe and Gramercy Tavern as part of the Union Square Hospitality Group, Meyer created Shake Shack as a way to bring the roadside burger joint to the masses.
Toxic chemicals causing birth defects at Boeing, lawsuit says
EVERETT, Wash. — Boeing uses thousands of chemicals in the production of its airplanes -- some of them toxic. In 2014 Mike Evans was working on the 777 line at the Everett production facility. A lawsuit filed by him claims he was exposed to "volatile organic solvents" and "heavy...
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Puppies Today in Stanwood, WA
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Stanwood..
Council OKs resolution to explore Regional Fire Authority annexation, hears salary report
By a vote of 4-3 Tuesday night, the Edmond City Council approved a resolution telling the South Snohomish County Fire and Rescue Regional Authority that the City of Edmonds officially intends to investigate the advantages and disadvantages of annexation. Edmonds currently contracts with regional fire authority (RFA) for fire and...
Stanwood City Revisits Westchester Planned Residential Development: Your Comments Needed
The City of Stanwood is reconsidering the Westchester Preliminary Planned Residential Development (23-0017) and is inviting comments. All record parties, except the one who requested the reconsideration, can submit their thoughts.
Help Us Give Our Youngest on Whidbey a Lifetime Advantage
Imagine every child under age five on Whidbey Island having the opportunity to grow their own home library of high-quality books, igniting their love of reading and preparing them for success upon entering kindergarten. This dream is a reality for more than 1,000 young children on Whidbey, and you can play an important role in putting more books into the hands of our earliest learners.
‘Rainbow fentanyl’ suspect arrested on Tulalip Reservation; Police now on high alert
A North Sound tribal reservation is on high alert after the discovery of those so-called “rainbow fentanyl” pills.
A Week of Excitement: Unveiling Local Events in Everett, Washington from September 29 to October 5, 2023
The 'Champions for Children Fundraising Breakfast' is an event organized by Kendall Cares to raise funds for children's causes. Address: Imagine Children's Museum 1502 Wall St, Everett, WA.
Time runs out for design approval on proposed building at 627 Dayton Street
The developers of a 17-unit multifamily residential building proposed for just west of the Edmonds Library at 627 Dayton Street have run out of time to secure the necessary design and permitting approvals, putting them back to square one. The latest design review was submitted by the developer, GBH Holdings,...
Learn about Tulalip Tribes at the Hibulb Cultural Center & Natural History Preserve
Just off I-5 in Tulalip, the Hibulb Cultural Center & Natural History Preserve is a beautiful facility sharing the history and culture of the Tulalip Tribes. The cultural center opened in 2011 after more than 30 years of dreaming and planning by the tribe. It is a place for the greater community to learn about Tulalip Tribes and for tribal members "to come and feel more connected with Tulalip culture, history, and language."