Work or Play in King County – New Mandates

Proof of vaccination or a negative test will now be required for residents, workers, or visitors to King County before they can enter most outdoor events and indoor establishments. The announcement came down yesterday (Thursday, Sept. 16) from Seattle & King County Public Health... Read More.

Person In Crisis Alert in North Everett

There is currently an aid response to a person in crisis; a man is sitting on the railing of the Broadway Bridge over the railroad tracks in North Everett. Various police and fire units have been dispatched.UPDATE: The man on the railing of the... Read More.

Washington State Ferry Wait Times Extended This Labor Day

As Labor Day weekend approaches, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is warning of extended wait times and possible disrupted sailings from crew shortages.These possible disruptions stem from increasing COVID-19 cases among Washington State Ferry crew resulting in ample numbers of crew needing... Read More.

Snohomish County Prepares For Afghan Refugees

U.S. Representative Rick Larsen who represents Washington’s 2nd District released a statement on Aug. 24 regarding the current situation in Afghanistan. The senior member of the House Armed Services Committee was calling on the Biden administration to extend the August 31st deadline of complete... Read More.

Snohomish County DUI Victims Memorial

Today, the Snohomish County DUI Victims Memorial wall was unveiled and re-dedicated to honor the late Mark Brinkman of the Lynwood Police Department (LPD) who sadly unexpectedly passed away in early April of this year.... Read More.

Everett Art Walk This Week

Interested in Art? Everett has a monthly showcase for artists in downtown on the 3rd Thursday of the month from 5 pm-9 pm. Oh, and it is free! The venues offer many varieties of art and are within walking distance of one another. Follow... Read More.