Everett Police Confirm the Presence of Pickpocketing Ring
Bonnie Johnson - Thursday, March 22, 2018
Everett Police Confirm the Presence of Pickpocketing Ring

We at the EP previously reported on the rise of pickpocketing in Everett. Everett police just released a statement confirming this, going further to share that a specialized and very organized pickpocketing ring, targeting consumers at Panera Bread and Trader Joes. See below for the city’s full statement.

Active Investigation of Rape at Sultan Middle School
Bonnie Johnson - Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Active Investigation of Rape at Sultan Middle School

In response to rising chatter of allegations of rape and sexual misconduct gaining traction on social media, Superintendent Dan Chaplik and Principal of Sultan Middle School Nathan Plummer released a letter to parents.

Everett Sailor Shares Her Story for Women's History Month
Bonnie Johnson - Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Everett Sailor Shares Her Story for Women's History Month

From the US Navy comes a story detailing the personal history of now-Chief Navy Counselor Desiree River.

Coyote Sightings in Urban Areas on the Rise in Snohomish County
Bonnie Johnson - Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Coyote Sightings in Urban Areas on the Rise in Snohomish County

In Western Washington, we’re used to living with the wildlife. However, I was uniquely unprepared to spot one in a parking lot of Starbucks last week, well past sunrise.

Modern Multi-Use Complex Going Up in Historic Arlington Downtown
Bonnie Johnson - Monday, March 19, 2018
Modern Multi-Use Complex Going Up in Historic Arlington Downtown

Arlington Residents Sound off on New Mixed Use Development Building Going Up Downtown

Man Dies After Being Struck by Bus on Broadway in Everett
Bonnie Johnson - Monday, March 19, 2018
Man Dies After Being Struck by Bus on Broadway in Everett

From the City of Everett: Detectives with the Traffic Safety Unit are investigating a fatal collision that killed one man in Everett.

Matthew House of Monroe
Bonnie Johnson - Friday, March 16, 2018
Matthew House of Monroe

“Let me tell you a story.” Reverend Linda Paz

Snohomish County Fire Department Launches A Recruit Academy
Bonnie Johnson - Thursday, March 15, 2018

Multiple departments sharing local expertise breaks down borders so firefighters can work together more effectively on mutual aid incidents.

Mayor Franklin Issues a Statement on School Walk Out Day
Bonnie Johnson - Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Mayor Franklin Issues a Statement on School Walk Out Day

As Mayor, I pledge to work with our City Council and with our community to take action in whatever way we can to reduce gun violence in Everett and keep our students and young people safe.

Schools Participating in Walk Out Growing Daily
Bonnie Johnson - Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Here is the (known) list of schools in the PNW who will be doing a planned walk out, in support of victims and families of school shootings, as of 3/14/2017.


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