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An Everett man faced his punishment surrounded by family and friends. A judge was told Friday that Timothy Sherlock, 25, was in a bad place when he robbed a Domino's Pizza in Smokey Point.
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Ray Wans, 89, of Everett was stationed aboard the seaplane tender USS Curtiss on Dec.
Amtrak says it plans to add one daily round trip between Seattle and Bellingham, in the coming weeks to help travelers affected by the I-5 highway bridge collapse between Mount Vernon and Burlington.
Often I am out and about with my son and wonder where I can get good and affordable food during our trips to places like the pool or the park.
A tribute to the automobile: Cruzin' to Colby is Sunday in downtown Everett. About 400 cars will roll through downtown, while crowds of onlookers admire the machinery.
Snohomish County is home to hundreds of bridges, big and small. Just this month, the county's public works department submitted its annual bridge report, grading 200 bridges in unincorporated Snohomish County.
Progress is sometimes slow. It stops and starts. Sometimes it even goes backward, but over time our optimism is usually rewarded.
The April photo on his social media site shows a smiling young father with a baby cradled in his arms.
Snohomish County Sheriff's Office detectives are seeking assistance in locating 62 year-old Gary L. Cox who has been missing since May 18, 2013.
Cruzin' to Colby is a rolling tribute to the automobile. It's also a hot-rod nod to the nostalgic time in Everett when you could grab your favorite girl and your treasured T-bird and cruise the city's main drag, showing off your wheels.
Often when people on the Tulalip Indian Reservation have old photos of family members they can't identify, they call Diane Janes.
Wetmore Theater Plaza, the new community space in downtown Everett, is getting its first official event -- a summer concert series.
In reading the Everett Herald's April 28 article on coal trains, " Coal trains would worsen Marysville's traffic problem ," it occurred to me that Everett is in a position to eliminate all of the damage the trains will do to communities from Marysville to Cherry Point, and the city can make money doing it.
Bob Leighton is always ready to go and eager to help. After Hurricane Sandy last fall, his three-week stay on the East Coast was his 15th deployment as a Red Cross volunteer.