The city of Arlington's 2021-22 budget will retain reductions to departments made this year in order to hold through the uncertain economic times of COVID-19.
The Arlington Public Schools Board of Directors has been named a Board of Distinction by the Washington State School Directors' Association (WSSDA) for the second year in a row.
The NW Innovation Resource Center's new Project ReInvent is meant to help businesses and recently unemployed individuals adapt to the COVID pandemic.
State and county officials are seeing unprecedented COVID-19 case numbers and are encouraging a re-commitment to safety measures to prevent a return of lockdown measures.
Fifteen Marysville residents representing our community’s diverse backgrounds, identities and experiences have been named to the Mayor’s Diversity Advisory Committee, Mayor Jon Nehring is pleased to announce. Committee members are: Mario Brown, WA Music Educators Association; Jamie Connochie…
Starting Friday, Nov. 6, the Marysville will close the parking stalls, sidewalk and park area around the water tower reservoir in the northeast corner of Comeford Park. These actions are being taken for safety reasons in preparation for repair work next week on the reservoir’s catwalk.
This may be one of the most challenging holiday seasons ever for many Marysville, Tulalip and Lakewood families. That’s why the Marysville Community Food Bank remains committed to putting food on the table and providing a spark of joy for hundreds of children.
Local candidates for the state legislature talked about economic recovery and COVID-19 response during a candidate forum held by the Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce.
The city of Arlington received their second round of federal COVID-19 relief funding and have put it into a number of programs, including resident utility relief and internet hotspots.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has extended the free Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) through the 2020-21 school year. In Arlington, this means that all children will receive free meals for the entire school year. Previously, the USDA had extended the SFSP through Dec. 31, 2020.
As much as I hate to admit it, it is time to jettison the summer color and start thinking about what will look good in the garden all winter. As the perennials melt down, the annuals die, and the deciduous trees and shrubs shed their foliage, the primary group of plants that can give us dep…
Local breast cancer survivor Heidi Sitton has battled through breast cancer twice and now uses the experience to advocate for more research and services, and help her keep positive.
Rep. Rick Larsen talked with local and national representatives on Oct. 6 about resources for parents, caregivers and teachers to help students learn while staying home.
Marysville residents are invited to apply to serve on the city board that reviews applications for medical, dental and vision treatment for members of the LEOFF (Law Enforcement Officers’ and Fire Fighters’) Retirement Plan 1.
The city of Marysville is paving the upper parking lot at Jennings Park at 55th Avenue and 70th Street to create the third paved lot available for people using the park.
If you lost your job or are working fewer hours due to the COVID-19 pandemic and you receive water, sewer and/or garbage services from the city of Marysville, there’s some financial help available for you. The deadline to apply for a Marysville CARES Utility Assistance Grant has been extende…
On Monday, Oct.12 at 6 p.m., Snohomish County area residents will be able to listen to a Facebook Live candidate forum streamed via the Stilly Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/StillyValleyChamber, featuring seats from Congressional District 2, and Legisl…
The Sept. 30 issue of the North County Outlook was included in the Above the Fold segment on King-5 during the noon newscast on Oct. 1 and during the morning newscast on Oct. 2. Steve Bunin, who hosts the segment which focuses on community journalism, highlighted the North County Outlook’s s…
Marysville residents and families are invited to join the virtual celebration of National Night Out on Tuesday, Oct. 6. The evening’s focus will be neighborhood Zoom chats with a Marysville Police Officer or city staff about topics that matter most to you and your neighbors.
Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring answered questions from the community about COVID, homelessness, traffic and parks projects during his most recent virtual coffee klatch.
The city of Marysville is considering a revision of their Downtown Master Plan to shape how the future of the residential and commercial areas of the downtown look.