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  1. Two injured after boom lift comes in contact with power lines

    EVERETT - Just before 1:00 pm today, Friday, June 22, Everett Fire responded to the alley west of 2800 Colby Avenue for a report of two people who had been electrocuted after the boom lift they were in came in contact with overhead power lines.

  2. 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.

  3. Everett Animal Shelter seeks volunteers for new senior dog foster program

    The Everett Animal Shelter is seeking volunteers for a new senior dog foster program that will help provide the best possible care for older dogs while they await adoption.

  4. Celebrate 40 years of fun with the Carl Gipson Senior Center

    The Carl Gipson Senior Center will celebrate 40 years of programming, community and activities with seniors on Friday, June 15 at 11:30 a.m. at the center.

  5. Nominate properties for Monte Cristo Awards

    Don’t wait to nominate a deserving home or business for the 2018 Monte Cristo Awards! The City of Everett’s Office of Neighborhoods is accepting nominations for the 24th annual Monte Cristo Awards through Sunday, July 1.

  6. Summer road paving to begin June 18

    Everett drivers should plan ahead for street resurfacing work starting throughout the city next week.

  7. Everett detectives look for a person of interest in recent homicide

    Everett - Everett detectives ask the public to help identify and locate a person of interest in a recent homicide.

  8. City, Everett Police launch firearm safety campaign “Lock It Everett”

    Program encourages safe storage and retention of firearms

  9. Plan ahead for 3-lane closure of West Marine View Drive starting June 11

    Month-long, weekday closure part of Grand Ave Park Bridge work

  10. 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.

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