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  1. Everett files lawsuit against Purdue Pharma

    The City has filed a lawsuit against Purdue Pharma for allowing OxyContin to be funneled into the black market, causing the current opioid crisis in Everett.

  2. Water main break on 29th and Grand Avenue

    A 6-inch water main break on the 2900 block of Grand Avenue has affected 5 customers between Hewitt and Wall. No damage is reported. Crews estimate service should be restored around 1:00 p.m. today. The broken pipe is 1952 cast iron.

  3. Everett City Council launches neighborhood liaison assignments in 2017

  4. Mayor Stephanson delivers 2017 State of the City address

    The Mayor delivered his remarks at Economic Alliance Snohomish County’s annual event, held at Xfinity Arena. He provided an overview of major community initiatives and projects and shared the City’s priorities in the coming year.

  5. UPDATE: Repairs continue following the 10th & Colby Avenue water main break on Tuesday

  6. Seeking public's help to ID two robbers

    The Everett Police Department is asking to public to help ID two men who robbed the Everett Econo Lodge Inn & Suites at gunpoint on January 5, 2017 at 2 am.

  7. Arrest made in espresso stand robberies

    Detectives with the Major Crimes Unit make an arrest in Everett's series of espresso stand robberies.

  8. Everett Fire Department offers Community Emergency Response Team training

    Register now for spring CERT course; deadline for applications is Feb. 7.

  9. 24th annual Wendt and Mayor’s Arts Awards

    Mayor Stephanson will honor recipients at ceremony on Feb. 9

  10. City accepting applications for lodging tax grants

    Completed applications due Wednesday, Feb. 1

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