Arlington High School’s jazz bands hosted the jazz bands from both local middle schools as part of the annual Jazz Nite at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center.
At the new ‘Coffee with Constituents’ program Marysville School District board members are going out to local coffee shops to chat with parents, community members and students.
Marysville Getchell High School’s Environmental Club is trying to reduce plastic water bottle waste at their school by raising funds for four water bottle refilling stations.
Producers and hosts of the show ‘Small Business Revolution: Main Street’ stopped by downtown Arlington to meet with one of the 10 candidates for season four of the reality TV show.
Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert said the city accomplished a lot in 2018 and is ready for transportation and public safety projects for the upcoming year.
Arlington's annual Santa Run for 2018 ended on Dec. 16, 2018 with a record breaking 11,684 pounds of food collected and close to a record of $1,914.52 in monetary donations to the Arlington Community Food Bank.
On Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018, Arlington police arrested a 37-year-old Arlington woman for a November armed robbery of the Burger King, located in the 20300 block of 77th Avenue NE in Arlington.
The Arlington High School (AHS) DECA program provided food and other donations to families in need this week. This is the 24th year that DECA students have gathered donations for families. The students accepted donations at the Arlington Safeway and Wal-Mart from Nov. 16-Dec. 16. Community m…
Leading up to Christmas, everyone wants to know where Santa is. There are a variety of websites that follow Santa along his journey. If you would like to follow Santa, you can check out the Official NORAD Santa Tracker or the Google Santa Tracker or the Tracking Santa website. The websites o…
High wind warnings in the weather forecast have prompted the city to cancel the Holiday Tour of Lights at Cedarcrest Golf Course on Thursday, Dec. 20.
The Arlington School District board of directors approved a bond proposal for the February ballot that would rebuild Post Middle School and expand Arlington High School.
For the second year Marysville hosted an evening of activities around the movie ‘The Polar Express’ to help families get in the holiday spirit.
Santa has returned to the neighborhoods of Arlington with local firefighters as the annual Santa Run Food Drive is once again being held in the city.
The eighth annual “Tour of Lights” organized by the city of Marysville takes families on a train ride through Cedarcrest Golf Course to view its numerous holiday light displays.
People and rucks adorned in Christmas decorations and lights came down State Avenue in Marysville as the annual Merrysville for the Holidays was held on Dec. 1.
Members of the Marysville firefighters union collected food and monetary donations outside of the Marysville Safeway again this year as part of their annual food drive.
When you get your 2019 wall calendar, put a big red star on the Fourth of July and plan to attend Marysville’s newest holiday party. The Fourth of July Festival featuring music, a professional fireworks display, vendors and family activities was approved by the Marysville City Council at its…
Marysville officials discussed issues such as crime and transportation, and gave updates on some of the city’s recreation projects at Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring’s most recent Coffee Klatch.
Marysville’s preliminary budget for 2019 and 2020 includes funding for the First Street bypass, a new public safety building, four new police officers and some recreation projects.
Sheriff’s Office Collision Investigation Unit detectives responded early on the morning of Nov. 15 to a single vehicle collision near the intersection of Meridian Avenue and 140th Street NW (Firetrail Road).
Voters decided the fate of several measures in the Nov. 6 General Election, including the Arlington School District bond measure and the Tulalip Bay Fire levy, as well as numerous federal and state congressional races.
Harry Potter and other familiar J.K. Rowling characters will come to the Marysville-Pilchuck High School stage as part of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Parody” this November.
Snohomish County has received some attention for the methods it’s using to combat the opioid epidemic and those strategies were discussed at a recent Sno-Isle Libraries event.
Preliminary results for the Nov. 6 General election have been released by the Snohomish County Elections and the Washington Secretary of State’s office. The results are current as of 8 p.m. on Nov. 6. Results will be updated again at 5 p.m. on Nov. 7.
Tulalip Tribal officials welcomed a variety of nonprofit organizations to their 11th annual Raising Hands ceremony to celebrate them and highlight the work they do.
Marysville police officers and other local community members assisted the serving staff at the Lakewood Red Robin to raise funds for Special Olympics Washington.
The Marysville Police Officer's Association kicked off their annual Coat Drive early this year by collecting coats at the Marysville Kohl's on Oct. 13.
Arlington School District officials talked about recent efforts to improve student safety and security at the first of three public forums on Oct. 11.