A new traffic signal will be installed on 172nd Street at 40th Avenue as Arlington officials hope to improve safety and pedestrian access along the corridor.
Arlington parents who are keeping their students in online learning spoke up about concerns of unequal learning opportunities during a Feb. 16 Arlington school board meeting.
The Marysville School District is currently considering two final options for their high school boundaries and officials hope to make a decision by spring of this year.
Arlington middle and high school students are scheduled to return to class in March with a hybrid model after a vote by the Arlington School District board of directors on Feb. 9.
In addition to protecting the residents of the Tulalip Tribes, police officials spent considerable effort reaching out to the community and continue to build trust.
The Arlington School District plans to bring back fourth and fifth graders for in-school learning on Feb. 16 and are considering a March return for middle school students.
New property includes expanded main casino and entertainment venue, new Food Hall with enhanced dining experiences and multi-story parking garage
For Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Marysville-Pilchuck High School Black Student Union produced a virtual assembly for the school about Black people’s experience in Marysville.
This year’s Arlington Eagle Festival will hold activities either virtually or meant to be enjoyed on one’s own and will begin Jan. 23 and continue through Feb. 13.
More than 11,000 COVID-19 vaccines have been administered across the county as officials continue to prepare a vaccination distribution system for the general public.
The Arlington and Marysville Boy Scouts will not be recycling Christmas trees this year because of the pandemic but there are still several local options to dispose of trees.
The Marysville Boys & Girls Club, along with other clubs around the county, will receive improved Wi-Fi capabilities as part of a new Comcast initiative.
Marysville Getchell High School seniors Skyla Tran and Jenasis Lee were recognized for their work in the community as December Students of the Month.
The Marysville Fire District responded to a possible arson incident on Dec. 28 when they came to fight a fire at a burning building near downtown Marysville.
Arlington School District's second and third graders are scheduled to return to campus on Jan. 19, dependent on any future changes of guidelines from state health agencies.
In response to the high unemployment in the area, Sno-Isle Libraries has now made available the Your Next Job program to help people find their path to employment.
The Arlington Fire Department recently completed the annual Santa Run Food Drive. For almost 30 years, off-duty fire department staff escorts Santa on a 10-night tour of Arlington neighborhoods spreading holiday cheer. With Christmas music playing, a decorated fire engine and Santa on a ligh…
In a commitment to keep local children warm this winter, Marysville Professional Firefighters, IAFF Local 3219, delivered over 600 coats this month to the Marysville Community Food Bank Toy Store.
Arlington's Eagle Creek Elementary students continued the work on their Great Kindness Challenge from early this year by distributing kind messages to the community.
Arlington parents and community members gave feedback about where they hope the district can improve and what they liked about their schools during a Community Voices meeting on Dec. 10.