Street Fair draws thousands to downtown Arlington
With more than 120 vendors and thousands of attendees, the Arlington Street Fair brought together businesses and browsers July 11-13.
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'Don't Drip & Drive' this summer
Visitors to the Arlington Street Fair who pulled into the city's parking lot July 12 were asked if they wanted their cars checked for oil leaks, but Snohomish County motorists will have other chances throughout the summer to make sure they "Don't Drip & Drive."
Arlington Farmers' Market, Red Rooster Route return
While the Arlington Street Fair might have brought some extra attention to the weekly Arlington Farmers' Market July 12, organizers pointed out that the selection of farmers' market vendors at the street fair is significantly less than they can expect to see most other Saturdays.
Arlington Haggen store closes
The Haggen Food & Pharmacy in Arlington will close its doors for the last time in Saturday, July 19, after a liquidation sale that's been going on for nearly two months.
Saturday Jul 19
Rooms with a view: Everett's first new hotel in 17 years set to open
"Check out that view, isn't that something? This is the room where you can watch the fireworks," said general manager Melissa Springer of one of the upper-story rooms.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
In Our View / Summer fun: Time to return to Stilly Valley
The people of Snohomish County showed no hesitation in giving generously following the landslide that destroyed Oso's Steelhead Drive neighborhood on March 22. The slide killed 43 people, leaving one still missing, devastated families, blocked a crucial highway between Arlington and Darrington and threatened the economy of the Stillaguamish Valley.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Aurelia's Belle Heads Arlington Oaks
The 1 1/8-mile Polytrack event goes as the seventh on a 10-race card, with an approximate post time of 4 p.m. CDT.
Arlington cracks down on panhandling, illegal camping
A citywide crackdown on illegal camping, panhandling and drug crimes has kicked off in Arlington with updated city codes and plans for a new satellite police station in Smokey Point.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
County's first pot shop is run by mother and son
Off Smokey Point Boulevard, at the end of a gravel drive marked by green ribbons, flags and balloons, Lisa and Brad Kihm have repurposed an industrial building to house their new business.
3 ideas for your weekend, from Darrington to Sequim
Need a break from the rat race? Too much caffeine and not enough kicking back? Get out of town for the weekend.
abas-USA Welcomes OCULUS Inc. and OCULUS Surgical, Inc. to Their ERP Client List
OCULUS is an innovative medical devices manufacturer focused on advancing the development of new surgical tools for ophthalmologists, ophthalmic surgeons, optometrists and opticians worldwide.
Mariners to salute residents, rescuers of Oso area
The Seattle Mariners say they will pay tribute to the resilience of the people who live between Arlington and Darrington, as well as volunteers and first responders to the Oso mudslide.
In Our View/10th Legislative District: A smart vote: Rep. Dave Hayes
Rep. Dave Hayes, R-Camano Island, is the consummate citizen-legislator, exhibiting a lawmaking style the populist framers of Washington's Constitution had in mind when they conceived a part-time Legislature.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Area's only pot shop opened Sunday at Smokey Point
While one recreational marijuana retailer prepares to open locally this weekend, the Arlington City Council found itself divided over the permitting of its producers and processors.
Pastors who run sex offender housing sue Marysville
A pair of pastors who operate a series of halfway houses for sex offenders and other released inmates have sued the city of Marysville over its attempts to enforce land use codes against them.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Woman admits to killing her husband, burying him in yard
On Friday, the Arlington woman came clean, admitting that she killed her husband, Byron Wright, in 2004 and buried him in the backyard of their Arlington home.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
In Our View / Emergency Easetment and Ethics: A road paved by community
We all know where the road leads when using good intentions as paving material, but roads built on opportunism don't get us to the right destination either.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
4th festive, but Oso not forgotten as many proceeds go to slide victims
It was a festive July 4 at Haller Park, starting off with a pancake breakfast provided by the Arlington Firefighters Association and other charitable events.
Election View: Larsen supports transportation bill as road to growing jobs
I take great pride in representing Bellingham in Congress. Not only is it the most beautiful district in the country, it is also where I was born and raised.
Arlington's historic Olympic Theatre ends run
The single-screen movie house near the corner of Olympic Avenue and First Street in downtown Arlington may reopen under new management, but nothing is certain, according to owner Norma Pappas.