The Marysville Community Food Bank handed out more than 600 Thanksgiving dinners before the holiday this year.
The classic holiday film ‘A Christmas Story’ will be brought to life on the Marysville-Pilchuck High School stage as the drama club’s fall production.
Local families in need were again able to come to the Arlington Community Food Bank to receive food for their Thanksgiving dinner with an expanded program this year.
The city of Arlington will likely pursue a roundabout at the SR 530/Smokey Point Boulevard intersection after recently installing a temporary traffic light.
Marysville’s Cascade Elementary School invited veteran parents and grandparents to their gym for their annual Veterans Day assembly to recognize the sacrifice and of military members.
Volunteers with the Home Depot Foundation helped build a tiny home for a disabled veteran during the foundation's “Celebration of Service” campaign on Oct. 29.
Ghost, cat and witch costumes were just some of the costumes worn by staff at Downtown Marysville businesses while they gave out candy for their annual Halloween trick-or-treating. The event is a tradition for many of the business owners.
The Tulalip Bay Fire Department (also known as Snohomish County Fire District 15) received a license to provide Advanced Life Support care from the State of Washington. This is the first time such care will be provided from sovereign lands, and will benefit all taxpayers in the district.
The Stillaguamish Tribe cut the ribbon to a major expansion to their Angel of the Winds casino on Oct. 24 that includes restaurants, a concert space, a bowling alley and more.
A $120 million levy proposal to build new Liberty and Cascade elementary schools was scheduled to go to the Marysville School District board of directors on Oct. 21.
Marysville’s Windermere office has begun their annual food drive and also brought the Seattle Seahawks' mascot Blitz to Marysville-Pilchuck High School this October.
On Oct. 9 the Washington State Board of Health passed an emergency rule banning the sale of flavored vapor products or any products that will be used to create a flavored vapor product. The rule takes effect on October 10, 2019 and lasts for 120 days. The Board of Health and Department of He…
After almost 30 years building Marysville’s parks and recreation offerings, Jim Ballew, the city’s first Parks and Recreation Director, retired on Sept. 25.
Millions of people around the world walked out of their job or school, including a small event in Marysville, on Sept. 20 as part of a ‘climate strike’ to encourage policy change.
Marysville-Pilchuck High School security officer Mike Rainwater has been through more than two decades of ‘first days’ at the school, but this year’s first day back was a surprise when it was announced he has been named the Washington State Security Officer of the Year.
In the early morning hours Sept. 18 a 24-year-old male later identified as Rhyan Tyler Vasquez was dressed all in black, and wearing a bandanna over his face, waited for his 22-year-old ex-girlfriend to leave for work. When the ex-girlfriend exited her home Vasquez assaulted her, forcing he…
On the 18th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and United Airlines Flight 93, Marysville community members gathered to remember the event and those who were killed.
Kids from around the region learned how to suppress fire and move debris to be better prepared for disaster as part of a summer camp from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.