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'Old School' is cool again

While mainstream country music continues to blot the line between pop and rock, the popularity of roots country – think Tyler Childers, Cody Jinks, Turnpike Troubadours, Zach Bryan, and others …

Judge Matthew Baldock has announced his candidacy to retain his seat in the South Division of the Snohomish County District Court in Lynnwood. Baldock, 49, was appointed to this position in 2023. …

Community Transit is proposing to eliminate its commuter bus fare when those routes …

Mill Creek Mayor Brian Holtzclaw and Mayor Pro Tem Stephanie Vignal present the inaugural Stae of the City luncheon noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, April 24. The event, in conjunction with the Mill Creek …

The South County Fire Board of Commissioners have unanimously approved a ballot measure for voters to consider a 10-year renewal of a benefit charge to maintain fire and emergency medical services.

Link 1 Line service to Lynnwood begins Aug. 30

It’s getting close. Passenger service on Sound Transit’s Link 1 Line will begin to Lynnwood Aug. 30. The 8.5-mile segment will add four new stations: Shoreline South/148th St., …

The City of Mill Creek is excited to present its first State of the City Luncheon on Wednesday, April 24th, in conjunction with the Mill Creek Chamber of Commerce at The Forum at Mill Creek Town …

Everything you always wanted to know about zombie films

Since he was a young boy, Scarecrow Video historian and former Everett Herald film critic Robert Horton loved watching horror movies. Some of his fondest memories were the double features he …

Edmonds College will host a resource fair for immigrants and refugees on Tuesday, April 16, in room 202 of Woodway Hall. The …

New campaign seeks to reduce food waste in Washington

Each year, Washington generates one million tons of food waste, including half a million tons of edible food. That’s enough food to make 105 meals for every person in Washington. This …

County hosts free earth week recycling event

The Snohomish County Office of Energy & Sustainability is hosting a free earth week event for the public April 27 at the Evergreen State Fair. Residents can bring hard-to-recycle items to …

Get prepared for emergencies

Want to become more confident that you are ready for natural and human-caused emergencies? Consider signing up for When Disaster Strikes: Prepare, Act, Survive, a hands-on training opportunity. …

Economic Alliance Snohomish County, in collaboration with the City of Snohomish, Snohomish Chamber of Commerce, and the Historic Downtown Snohomish Association, is hosting the IDEA Forum (Inclusion, …

Homebuying Do's and Don'ts

While headlines highlighting rising mortgage rates and dwindling inventory have prompted some to push “pause” on their home ownership plans, the fact is that now is still a good time to …

Community Transit Board members, elected officials, staff, and community members are celebrated the start of service on the Swift Orange Line Saturday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and Block Party …

Edmonds College hosted over 300 girls from the Edmonds, Mukilteo, and Everett school districts from eighth to 12th grade March 27 for an Expanding Your Horizons event. The annual event, designed to …

‘Migration’: 2024 Puget Sound Bird Fest

In November, the Beacon reported that the Puget Sound Bird Fest, traditionally held in September, was moving to a new month for 2024, according to the City of Edmonds, which holds the popular …

Mill Creek residents can ride the Swift Orange Line starting Saturday, March 30. Riders should be prepared for unique situations at a few stations: Mill Creek Blvd. westbound station …

Octopus farming banned in Washington; Inslee signs bill

Legislation preventing the farming of Octopus in Washington state has been signed by the governor. Sponsored by Rep. Strom Peterson (D-Edmonds) House Bill 1153 prohibits the farming of octopus …

The Washington State Patrol (WSP) is actively investigating a serious injury hit-and-run collision at 8:51 p.m. March 19  on Highway 99. An …

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