Olympic Avenue in downtown Arlington was filled with homemade hot sauces, birdhouses, jewelry and other items as part of the annual Arlington Street Fair.
Arlington High School’s Neobots club helped middle school kids build robots and participate in their own competition during a student-led Robotics Competition Camp.
The city of Marysville brought together children’s music, summer water fun and more activities for families at their second annual Splish Splash Summer Bash.
With a parade, a talent show, a fashion show, a carnival and much more the Strawberry Festival returned to Marysville last week. This year's festival ran from June 8 to June 16.
The Strawberry Festival began festivities with their day at the park meant for children and families with the annual Kids Day on June 8.
Following a successful reduction in property damage and injuries as the result of a citywide fireworks ban, the city of Marysville and Marysville Fire District remind residents that all individual use of fireworks is illegal. The fine for discharging consumer fireworks in the city will incre…
The annual Community Development Block Grant is meant to improve housing and services for low-income and/or homeless people and local officials are creating a list of priorities for the funds.
Community organizations helped provide some fun for kids and healthy options for families at Marysville's Healthy Communities Challenge Day on June 1.
Police officers in Snohomish County, Arlington and Marysville have been working with social workers to connect directly with homeless individuals for a little more than a year now.
A diversity of locals shared their culture with Marysville students and community members at the second annual Festival of World Cultures on May 17.
After years of supporting fundraising for a Haller Park splash pad the Arlington Rotary helped put in some of the final work for the project before its opening.
Auditions for the Marysville Strawberry Festival Talent Show were held on May 8 and 10 with many performers returning to take part in the show for another year.
"The city of Arlington plans to build an all new Fire Station 48 and upgrade their Maintenance and Operations facility with bond funds that do not increase Arlington taxes.
Longtime Cascade Valley Hospital commissioner and Arlington community member Mary Jean Kraski was awarded with the local Community Lifetime Achievement Award on April 24.
At approximately 9:15 a.m. on Saturday, April 20, Arlington Police responded to a report of a suspicious person at the Arlington Municipal Cemetery, located at 20310 67th Ave. NE. Callers to 911 were reporting the individual was acting unusual and possible gunshots were heard.
Kids and families got to play with thousands of Lego bricks set up around the Marysville Opera House at the city's second annual Ready, Set, Build on April 14.
Local nonprofit Village Community Services held their 12th annual Village Gala on April 6 and gave a special screening of the upcoming Voices of the Village documentary.
The Marysville City Council extended a property tax exemption for multi-family residential units for the downtown area in an effort to encourage development downtown.