Smokey Point bus center renovation under way
The bus center never has had parking and still won't after the renovation. The center only serves riders on local routes, though it's possible a commuter route from Stanwood could stop there in the future, Munguia said.
Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber installs new Board
The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce installed its new Board of Directors during its winter holiday luncheon on Dec. 10, which included a mix of familiar faces and newcomers to the Board.
Campaign launched to stem panhandling
Arlington and Marysville officials are working with local businesses to post signs and window stickers as part of a new campaign called "Keep The Change."
Count seeking owner of horse found wandering
Snohomish County animal control officers have been trying to locate the owner of the mare, found wandering Nov. 23 in the Lakewood area.
'Small Business Saturday' returns Nov. 30
That point is clear to people like Brent Emory, owner of E&E Lumber and Home Center.
Cause of man's death in Smokey Point still unknown
The body of Patrick L. St Mary was found in the 3400 block of 136th Street NE, the Snohomish County Medical Examiner said Tuesday.
Family bonds now official: Adoption Day brings attention to foster kids, families
Abigale Collins shows Judge George N. Bowden know that she is 3 years old as Abigale and her new brother, Michael , sign her adoption papers Friday morning at the Snohomish County Courthouse in Everett.
Arlington celebrates Hometown Holidays Dec. 7
Arlington's annual Hometown Holidays will feature both familiar favorites and a few new twists this year on Saturday, Dec. 7, with perhaps the day's most noticeable shift in scheduling occurring immediately after the Santa Parade at noon on Olympic Avenue.
Inspire Hair Studio hosts Chamber's next Business After Hours Nov. 21
Inspire Hair Studio, located at 108 E. Fifth St. in Arlington, will host the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce's next Business After Hours, from 5:30-7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 21, and salon owner Pam Evans couldn't be more thrilled.