Dinosaurs Are Invading Everett!

Did you hear the roar? The Everett Mall is under attack from 165-million-year-old species. Dinosaurs are roaring back to life in the state-of-the-art Jurassic Empire Drive-Thru located between the old Sears parking lot and Best Buy at the Everett Mall.The event runs from August... Read More.

Light Up Lake Stevens: Fun For The Whole Family

A water ski tournament, a boat parade, live music, food, and fireworks: all the ingredients needed to make your Saturday a night to remember.The Lake Stevens Arts & Parks Foundation is hosting a day of community lakeside activities Saturday, July 24 (tomorrow) that will... Read More.

Release The Kraken! NHL Back In Seattle

It’s official; The Seattle Kraken has become the 32nd franchise in the National Hockey League (NHL). Seattle is no stranger to professional hockey. The Seattle Metropolitans were dominant in the Pacific Coast Hockey Association from 1915 to 1924, winning the Stanley Cup in 1917... Read More.

United Airlines Drops Paine Field Service

United Airlines is pulling out of Paine Field Airport (PAE) on Oct. 5, when the final flight departs to United’s Denver hub, according to The Points Guy.United’s Denver flight was the carrier’s only remaining route to the Seattle-area airport. The airline had previously... Read More.

45-Foot Tunnel Discovered Under I-5 Exit in Everett

Around 9 am this morning, 29 firetrucks in total responded to a 3-alarm technical rescue at the northbound I-5 off-ramp at Pacific Avenue in Everett. The Department of Transportation (DOT) alerted 9-1-1 this morning when a manmade tunnel that officials believed to be a... Read More.

Take A Trip To Jetty Island

Jetty Island is back and awaiting your return! The public ferry began running on July 7 and runs five days a week (Wednesday through Sunday) and will occur until Labor Day. According to Visit Everett,... Read More.

The Haunting of The Oxford Saloon

“There is not an employee that has worked here that does not have some type of unexplained phenomenon ranging from, you know, hearing footsteps, seeing glasses or furniture move, to straight up seeing entities or feeling some kind of physical touch,” said Craig Swanson,... Read More.