Arlington veterans and community members came to the downtown to honor Veterans Day during the annual parade and at a re-dedication of a gravestone of a Civil War veteran.
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.
October is breast cancer awareness month and whether you are looking for a mammogram or going through breast cancer currently, there are a variety of services available to people locally.
The Arlington Fire Department has recently received hundreds of thousands of dollars in grant funding which will provide new equipment and staff for local emergency services.
The Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers invited local families to their Pioneer Days so that children could wash clothes, grind wheat and see what life was like for early 1900s farmers.
Locals with disabilities helped play music and walk the Centennial Trail around Legion Park as part of the annual Friendship Walk and 5K run in downtown Arlington.
It’s been 17 years but for many first responders the 9/11 terrorist attacks are as fresh as if they happened yesterday, and the stories of the heroes that day are as impactful today as there were on Sept. 11, 2001. This is what firefighters at Station 46 hope Post Middle School eighth-grader…
The Snohomish County Multiple Agency Response Team is investigating an officer-involved shooting that occurred Sept.18 in Marysville. At about 8 p.m., a call came in to 911 from the 13100 block of 57th Ave. NE when a woman reported her husband was suicidal. She stated he was acting erratic, …
The Marysville Fire District held their annual 9/11 ceremony to commemorate the events of Sept. 11, 2001 and to remember former Marysville firefighter Jeff Thornton.
Young adults with disabilities now have a new option to help them transition to post-school life at the recently opened Marysville Tulalip Integrated Learning Center.
As Snohomish County Fire District 12 and the City of Marysville continue to consider proposing the formation of a Regional Fire Authority (RFA), residents and business representatives are invited to learn more about the process, ask questions and offer input.
As local students prepare to return to school on Sept. 5, two local school districts have reached contract agreements with their teachers, and a third was still negotiating.
With students returning to school this week, the Lakewood School District plans to put the finishing touches on their recently constructed high school this year and then launch new education initiatives.
Local community members rallied to support those with addiction at Arlington Remembers on Aug. 31, a local event to recognize International Overdose Awareness Day.
Roll up your sleeves, Marysville. The City of Marysville is hosting a blood drove on Wednesday, Sept. 5. You can make an appointment to donate between 7:30 and 11 a.m. at Public Works, 80 Columbia Ave., or between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. at City Hall, 1049 State Ave.
Local animal rescues gathered in Smokey Point with cats, rabbits, gerbils and other animals as part of the national Out Here With Animals pet adoption day hosted by Tractor Supply on Aug. 25.