One of the most experimental clean energy sites in the country is now operational in Smokey Point at the Snohomish PUD’s Arlington Microgrid Project.
Local nonprofit organization Housing Hope broke ground on Aug. 30 on what will become 60 new units of housing for low-income and homeless people in Smokey Point.
A parade of cars drove through one Arlington neighborhood on Aug. 29 to raise awareness for childhood cancer and to support Addie Bourasaw, a child diagnosed with cancer this year.
After two months of collecting school supplies, local organizations got together to distribute them to more than 700 Marysville families in need on Aug. 25 and 26.
Tulalip community members gathered to hold a service to honor fallen Tulalip Fish and Wildlife Officer Charlie Joe Cortez on Aug. 17 at the Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett.
Tulalip Tribal Chairwoman Teri Gobin discussed the Tribes' COVID-19 response, school mascots, environmental projects and upcoming social supports in her 2021 State of the Tribes address.
The Marysville ballot drop box has been repaired and is reopen after being temporarily closed from accidental damage by a truck on Monday. Snohomish County Elections staff were onsite to secure ballots throughout the temporary closure and repair.
The Marysville ballot drop box is temporarily closed after the box was accidentally damage by a truck on Monday. All ballots remained safely inside the box. All deposited ballots have been removed by elections staff and will be processed.
After being closed for more than a year because of the pandemic, both Marysville and Arlington city offices are now open to the public, and city council meetings will return to in-person.
The Arlington School District’s Books on the Bus and Mathmobile programs have returned this year to provide summer learning outreach until early August.
The Sounds of Summer concert series returned to Marysville's Jennings Memorial Park on July 16, bringing out families and community members to listen to live music again.
It was a quieter Fourth of July than normal for police in Arlington and Marysville, even as Arlington entered their first year of enforcing a city-wide fireworks prohibition.
Arlington’s splash pad at Haller Park officially opened for the summer on June 24 and families came down to beat the heat wave that was expected to have unprecedented temperatures.
Marysville School District graduates from all four high schools rode through the city as part of the second annual graduate car parade on June 12.