Monte Cristo Awards Awards Presentation Oct 25
Bonnie Johnson - Friday, October 12, 2018
Monte Cristo Awards Awards Presentation Oct 25

Awards are given in four categories: neighborhood-friendly business, pride of the neighborhood, rejuvenation and transformation, and the new green gardening category, which recognizes beautiful properties that have environmentally friendly landscaping.

No Boats Sunk During Marina Fire on Oct 8
Bonnie Johnson - Monday, October 08, 2018
No Boats Sunk During Marina Fire on Oct 8

Everett Fire responds to second-alarm fire at Port of Everett Marina. Five boats were affected by the fire.

Up for some Fungus and Inflatable Ghosts? Look no Further
Bonnie Johnson - Monday, October 01, 2018
Up for some Fungus and Inflatable Ghosts? Look no Further

Forest Park is putting on a series of seasonal activities in October to include a mother/son monster Mash Dance, the Annual Wild Mushroom Show and the Goblin Splash.

Two Men Apprehended During Early Morning Armed Robbery Spree
Bonnie Johnson - Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Two Men Apprehended During Early Morning Armed Robbery Spree

​Two men, aged 19, in a Chevy Trailblazer hopscotched through South Everett on an armed robbery spree. Officers apprehended them after a fourth victim in a single morning provided information to the whereabouts of the young men.

Pacifica Chamber Opens for the Season
Press Releases - Thursday, September 20, 2018
Pacifica Chamber Opens for the Season

Pacifica Chamber Orchestra is a non-profit organization that performs five subscription concerts each season in Everett plus outreach concerts for elementary students throughout Snohomish County. These outreach concerts are offered at no cost to the schools.

Homicide Investigation Between Grandfather and Grandson Underway
Bonnie Johnson - Tuesday, September 04, 2018
Homicide Investigation Between Grandfather and Grandson Underway

The shooting took place on the 700 Block of Madison over the holiday weekend. The alleged shooter was the 94-year-old grandfather of the victim.

Final Public Hearing Today Concerns Vertical Growth in Downtown Everett
Bonnie Johnson - Wednesday, August 29, 2018
Final Public Hearing Today Concerns Vertical Growth in Downtown Everett

The Metro Everett plan is the result of more than two years of planning work and public feedback, as well as 24 meetings before the City’s Planning commission.

An Unlikely Tale of Rescue on National Doggy Day
Bonnie Johnson - Sunday, August 26, 2018
An Unlikely Tale of Rescue on National Doggy Day

“I feel like a Kentucky Fried Idiot.” Rocky Balboa, 1979 A light and hopeful article on National Doggy Day. Meet Spot!

This Year's Details for Mutt Strut!
Bonnie Johnson - Thursday, August 09, 2018
This Year's Details for Mutt Strut!

Catch a day of tail-wagging fun at the 17th Annual Mutt Strut! New tricks are on tap for the expanded 2018 event. Bring your canine family members along and enjoy more of just about everything during longer hours this year — from parking to activities to refreshments.

Stay-Cation In Everett This Summer While You Still Can
Bonnie Johnson - Friday, August 03, 2018
Stay-Cation In Everett This Summer While You Still Can

Everett is the place to be this summer. From south Everett to the waterfront, summer in the city delivers equal opportunity play for all ages with affordable family fun, and art that inspires spontaneous creativity.


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