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  1. Fatal stabbing investigated in Everett

    EVERETT – Detectives with the Major Crimes Unit are investigating a stabbing that killed a man in Everett.

  2. Missing person in Everett

    EVERETT - Everett Police is asking the public for assistance in locating a missing person.

  3. Tuesday hours changing at Everett Animal Shelter

    Effective May 7, 2019, the Everett Animal Shelter will open every Tuesday at 2 p.m. instead of 11 a.m.

  4. Everett and Mukilteo mayors complete Bike Month challenge

    Throughout the month of May, Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin and Mukilteo Mayor Jennifer Gregerson celebrated Bike Month with a series of challenges and a competition to bike the most total miles.

  5. Connecting Everett to the world: Commercial flights take off from Paine Field

  6. New playground equipment coming to Deer Park

    Everett families and visitors should plan for a closure of the play area at Deer Park, 1300 55th St. SW, while crews upgrade playground equipment. The playground at Deer Park will close in late March to begin construction.

  7. Celebrate Everett’s natural beauty with Rings & Roots

    Elementary students join Everett Parks & Community Services staff in annual events to preserve and beautify the city’s parks and open spaces. Rings & Roots consists of two events, held at some of Everett’s most beloved parks.

  8. Plan for transmission water line maintenance April 24-25

    Crews will repair several couplings on Transmission Line 5 starting early morning on Wednesday, April 24. The work requires a portion of the transmission line to be out of service for some connections and may result in lower pressure service for...

  9. Everett’s wastewater plant awarded $60,000 for energy savings

    The Snohomish County PUD has awarded the City of Everett’s Water Pollution Control Facility (WPCF) $60,000 for their work on the Wastewater Energy Coaching Cohort program.

  10. Upgrades planned for Phil Johnson ballfields

    Everett Parks & Community Services is planning a major renovation project for the Phil Johnson ballfields. Work is scheduled to begin in the fall and expected to be complete by summer of 2019.

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