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  1. Rescheduled: Get tickets for Everett’s Daddy Daughter Dance March 8 and 9

    Celebrate the sweet side of being a father on Friday, March 8, or Saturday, March 9, from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Carl Gipson Senior Center’s Cascade View Hall, 3025 Lombard Ave.

  2. Help sought to identify suspect from fatality collision

    Everett, WA - Detectives seeking help to identify suspect from incident following Jan. 22 fatality collision

  3. Everett’s Rucker Avenue streetscape project to start spring 2019

    Four blocks of Rucker Ave. are about to be transformed into a more pedestrian-friendly corridor that encourages retail development and tourist destinations, walkable residential neighborhoods and a greater array of commercial activities.

  4. Early morning fire in Everett

    EVERETT – Detectives refer charges for an early morning fire that damaged an Everett motel.

  5. Current snow conditions causing increased weight on roofs

    Everett Fire has had two reported incidents of carport failures due to snow load from the recent storms. The heavy snow creates concern about flat roofs with increased weight from snow.

  6. Crews respond to roof collapse at water filtration plant

    The roof of a water storage structure at Everett’s water filtration plant near Monroe collapsed under the weight of snow early Tuesday morning, Feb. 12. Water-quality tests show no risk to public health.

  7. Rescheduled: City celebrates 26th annual Wendt and Mayor’s Arts Awards

    Mayor Cassie Franklin will honor the award recipients on Monday, April 15, at the Everett Performing Arts Center, 2710 Wetmore Ave. Doors open at 6 p.m.

  8. Everett celebrates 50 years of Boeing’s 747

    The Boeing Company’s 747 airplane celebrates its 50th anniversary on Saturday, Feb. 9. Mayor Cassie Franklin will read a proclamation honoring the airplane – and the Boeing employees who build it – at tonight’s Everett City Council meeting.

  9. Apply to serve on Everett’s District Commission

    The 9-member commission will work with a district master to develop a district plan, including a map of the district boundaries, and will engage the community and solicit public comments on the draft plan.

  10. Funding is available for tourism-focused events and programs

    City of Everett Lodging Tax Advisory Committee now accepting a second round of applications; deadline is March 7

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