28 min ago
Guest Commentary / Everett's deep-water port: Build coal export facility at the K-C site
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.
4 hrs ago
Cities get a say in group housing for ex-inmates
Cities concerned by a proliferation of group homes for ex-inmates are getting a say in where new ones open if taxpayer dollars pay the rent for some of the tenants.
Wed May 22, 2013
Are you ready for the 2013 Summer Meltdown Festival? The lineup was recently announced and it is a pretty serious sign that things are just going to keep getting bigger and better for this festival in Darrington.
Tue May 21, 2013
Marysville Walmart's hiring center opens on State Ave.
Its offices might seem a bit hidden away, but the management team of the new Marysville Walmart wants the community to know that their hiring center is open for business in Suite E at 1289 State Ave.
Sat May 18, 2013
WA woman arrested after boyfriend is run over
An Arlington area woman has been arrested for investigation of vehicular assault after her boyfriend was run over by an SUV.
Fri May 17, 2013
Front Porch: Paine Field Aviation Day on Saturday
Visit Paine Field The Washington Pilots Association and Paine Field plan to host the 18th annual Paine Field Aviation Day on Saturday.
Thu May 16, 2013
Cinco de Mayo celebrates Hispanic culture for seventh year | SLIDESHOW
The local community's seventh annual Cinco de Mayo Celebration drew an estimated 600 volunteers to the Totem Middle School cafeteria and gymnasium on Friday, May 3, and generated approximately $2,900 from Marysville and Tulalip community members in the process.
SR 529 Ebey Slough bridge in Marysville closed May 17-19
Drivers headed to or from Marysville the weekend of May 17-19 will need to plan ahead for the closure of the State Route 529 Ebey Slough bridge.
Wed May 15, 2013
Arlington Garden Club's plant sale supports community | SLIDESHOW
The Arlington Garden Club's annual plant sale generated an estimated $600 in its first hour in the Arlington City Hall plaza on Saturday, May 11.
South Whidbey Record
Fishing rod gives away South Whidbey burglary suspects
An officer with the Langley Police Department arrested the three suspects as they were driving around town with a fishing rod that had been stolen from a car, according to the police report.
Fri May 10, 2013
Postal workers lead way to replenish food banks
The easiest way to be a big help is coming up Saturday. While delivering mail, letter carriers here and across the country will pick up donations of nonperishable food during the Stamp Out Hunger food drive.
Wed May 08, 2013
Marysville encourages responsible pet ownership
The city of Marysville has been transferring stray animals to the Everett Animal Shelter for decades, and while the Smith Island location of the shelter is convenient for many Marysville residents looking to drop off strays, the city is hoping to lower costs by encouraging responsible pet ownership.
Focus on student growth, community engagement | Guest Opinion
The board was recognized as Washington State Board of the Year for that clear and steady focus and personal dedication and commitment.
Tue May 07, 2013
Coastal Community Bank opens in Smokey Point
Coastal Community Bank is celebrating the grand opening of its 10th branch at 16419 Smokey Point Blvd.
Mon May 06, 2013
Increased congestion at Marysville/Tulalip I-5 interchange May 7-10
Drivers who use the Interstate 5 off-ramps to Fourth Street in Marysville and Marine View Drive in Tulalip may experience increased congestion beginning the morning of Tuesday, May 7. The Tulalip Tribes are working on a water line project on Marine View Drive just west of I-5. The project will reduce Marine View Drive at 31st Avenue NE to one lane ... (more)
Marysville officer fired after probe of child's shooting
Derek Carlile stands in Snohomish County Superior Court before pleading not guilty to a second-degree manslaughter charge in Everett on June 5, 2012.
Police seek female bandit who wore socks
Detectives in Everett are trying to solve the mystery of the sock-footed bandit.