The Arlington community welcomed back 13-year-old Post Middle School student Colby Legendre after he recovered for many days at Harborview Medical Center after a truck collision.
Village Community Services' Friendship Walk 5K and Car Wash provides a run and community event that will help fund support for local individuals with disabilities.
The Marysville/Tulalip branch of the Salvation Army will be raising funds at a live auction on Sept. 19 to help prevent local homelessness and provide services.
Local Eagle Scout Lee Hall built and installed multiple shelves for the new Strawberry Festival office in downtown Marysville for his Eagle Scout project this summer.
Welcome to Jeff Thomas, Marysville's new Community Development Director. Thomas previously was Community Development Director for the cities of Sammamish and Bellingham, and has private and public sector planning experience.
The city’s Community Development Block Grant program invites Marysville residents to review its annual performance evaluation report on how federal block grant funds are spent in the city, mostly to help address issues around low-income housing and homelessness.
Parents who want to understand more about their teenagers should learn something in a six-part parenting series at the Marysville Library.
Two advisory votes this November will help local officials decide whether fireworks should be banned in Arlington and in unincorporated areas of Snohomish County.
Pilots and planes from around the region and the country will come to the Arlington Airport for the annual Arlington Fly-In held Aug. 16 to 18 this year.
Marysville residents can learn how they can support their community in the event of a disaster as Community Emergency Response Team training returns to the city.
Less than two weeks are left to help hundreds of Marysville, Lakewood and Tulalip students get the school supplies they need for the upcoming school year. Donations are being accepted through Aug. 9 to help the area’s most at-risk youth.
Tulalip Tribal members gathered to help their community be more healthy and aware of their local health support services at the annual Tulalip Health Fair.
Navy Veteran Matthew Oaks successfully completed The Veterans Local Government Management Fellowship (VLGMF) with the City of Marysville. The 16- to 20-week fellowship, sponsored by the International City/County Managers Association, is designed to provide transitioning service members with …
The Getchell Fire District and Eagle Creek Elementary will be able to build solar panels for their buildings because of Snohomish PUD’s Planet Power program.
Arlington High School (AHS) students in the Advanced Engineering/Manufacturing class spent the year engineering and designing bike racks for the city of Arlington. The city was in need of new bike racks and partnered with the high school to have the students design the racks.
National Night Out provides an opportunity for community members to talk with their police and city officials and Arlington and Marysville will participate again this year.
The Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers has received funding which will be used to finish two projects to help preserve local history thanks to some funding from the Snohomish County Historic Preservation Commission.
Washington State University will help local forest owners keep their habitats healthy with the 2019 Puget Sound Forest Owners Field Day on Aug. 10.
The community’s help is needed to make sure hundreds of Marysville and Tulalip students have the tools they need to succeed. To help local children a School Supply Drive is currently underway. During the supply drive, which began July 1, community members can drop off critically needed sch…
Locals who wanted to sell their spare clothes, jewelry, fishing gear or other items came out to Marysville's annual Junk in the Trunk which was held on June 22 this year.