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Families trick or treat in downtown M'ville

Families and kids came to downtown Marysville on Halloween day to trick or treat with businesses as part of the annual Trick or Treat on Third Street. The Downtown Marysville Merchants Association...

 

Businesses host trick-or-treating in Marysville, Arlington

Marysville and Arlington businesses will be handing out candy to trick-or-treaters this Halloween season as part of their annual fall traditions. Arlington's Hometown Halloween also brings many...

 

Marysville hosts trick-or-treating

Children are invited to come to downtown Marysville in their costumes and grab candy as the Downtown Marysville Merchants Association holds its annual Halloween trick-or-treating. This year’s event will be on Oct. 31, from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.,...

 

Families enjoy Street Festival

Salvaged pallet art, homemade lotions and organic honey were just some of the items available at this year's Marysville Street Festival. The 31st annual "Handmade & Homegrown" street festival was...

 

Marysville hosts Street Festival

Numerous specialty and unique vendors will come to downtown Marysville this August as part of the annual Marysville Street Festival. This is the 31st year for the street festival, also known as "Handm...

 

Rodz on 3rd comes to Marysville

More than 100 cars came to downtown Marysville for the fifth annual Rodz on 3rd Car Show, presented by the Downtown Marysville Merchants Association. The local car show, held on July 9, included vario...

 

Marysville welcomes Trick-or-Treaters

Kids dressed in superheroes, monsters and more came to downtown Marysville to trick-or-treat at the various businesses that opened their doors for Halloween this year. The Halloween Trick-or-Treat...

 

Annual Homegrown festival brings unique crafts to M'ville

The Downtown Marysville Merchants Association held its 30th annual Handmade and Homegrown Street Festival last week from Aug. 7 to Aug. 9. The annual street festival happens on Third Street in downtow...

 

Marysville's Street Festival celebrates 30th year

Handmade and Homegrown, a.k.a. the Marysville Street Festival, will return this August for its 30th year. The festival will run Aug. 7-9 and will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday and...

 

Downtown business owners honored

One Marysville couple, Patricia and Eric Schoonmaker, who have been integral in helping grow downtown Marysville were honored with the Marysville June Volunteer of the Month award. Mayor Jon Nehring p...

 

Car show brings enthusiasts and crowds to downtown Marysville

The third annual Rodz on Third expanded this year, bringing more cars and people to the downtown area. Car enthusiasts came out to downtown Marysville to show off the numerous hours of work and dedica...

 

Downtown Marysville will host third annual car show

Hot rods, muscle cars, classic cars and more will fill up Third Street in downtown Marysville on July 12 for the local Rodz on Third car show. This is the third year for the event, which is sponsored...

 

Arlington business groups refocus downtown

Business owners in Arlington are getting serious, and a renewed commitment to business growth and development is evident at the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce (ASPCOC) and its autonomous...

 

Celebrate eagles during weekend festival

The annual Arlington-Stillaguamish Eagle Festival pays homage to the iconic birds of prey that nest along local rivers in the winter, taking advantage of salmon spawning runs and giving locals a good...

 

Christmas comes to North Snohomish County

The cities of Marysville and Arlington have planned holiday festivities beginning this weekend, with all activities free to the public. The Holiday Tour of Lights at Marysville's Cedarcrest Golf...

 

Festival volunteer to lead the Merrysville parade

Carol Kapua is well-acquainted with the logistics of community parades. For the past 20 years or so, she has been the driving force behind the Marysville Strawberry Festival Grand Parade, not only org...

 

Winners announced for "spooky" coloring contest

The local store owners who are members of the Downtown Marysville Merchants Association (DMMA) recently sponsored their first coloring contest, featuring a Halloween theme, and winners were announced...

 

Downtown store celebrates one-year anniversary

For the past 12 years, Lorene Wren has shared her passion for all things vintage by collecting and selling treasures as a dealer in antique stores in Snohomish, Everett and Marysville. Just about a...

 

Cornelius "Bud" Solvberg

Sept. 8, 1929 - October 26, 2013 Cornelius "Bud" Solvberg took the Lord's hand on Saturday, October 26, 2013 after complications from pneumonia, with his family at his side. He was born September 8,...

 

Third Street welcomes art lovers

The owners of Marysville’s downtown stores are hosting another Art Walk tomorrow night, Sept. 12, from 5 to 8 p.m., in cooperation with the Marysville Arts Coalition. Seven merchants have cleared space to welcome local artists to set up samples of...

 

Street festival is homegrown fun

About 50 vendors lined up on Third Street in Marysville this past weekend as part of the Downtown Marysville Merchants Association’s annual Street Festival. The event, formerly known as Homegrown,...

 

Marysville car show grows for its second year

The downtown Marysville Rodz on Third car show entered its second year on July 13, expanding and bringing more people to see Third Street filled with classic and custom cars. The Third Street car...

 

Enjoy local art, local shops

The unique hometown shops in downtown Marysville will once again be transformed into mini-art galleries Thursday, July 11, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. as the Marysville Arts Coalition and the Downtown Marysville Merchants Association (DMMA) combine their...

 

Street festival seeks vendors

For nearly three decades, the merchants in downtown Marysville have worked together to produce an outdoor event in the summer, featuring homemade and homegrown products. In fact, for most of that...

 

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