Haven’t had a chance to talk to the owner personally but the Romios Pizza location overlooking the north end of Everett’s Silver Lake in South Everett has closed. According to a recording on the restaurant’s telephone, they are moving to the old 7th Avenue Pizza location at 7th and 112th street. The message says they plan to be open the first part of April.
Archive | March, 2013
March 31, 2013
March 31, 2013
The Everett Silvertips put forth a strong 60-minute effort and got 43 saves from Austin Lotz on the way to a 3-2 victory over the Portland Winterhawks in Game 5 of their opening-round WHL playoff series Saturday night at Memorial Coliseum. The win brings Everett back within a 3-2 series deficit and forces the series back to Everett for a Game 6 Monday night at Comcast Arena.
The Silvertips built a 3-0 lead through two periods on goals from Josh Winquist, Logan Aasman (his first playoff goal) and Reid Petryk. Although Everett was outshot 45-18 in the contest, Lotz (2-3) held the Winterhawks scoreless through 46 minutes before Portland made things close in the final minutes.
Everett looked strong in the first period, staying disciplined and getting 15 saves from Austin Lotz to keep Portland off the scoreboard. Josh Winquist then put the Silvertips on top at 10:19, wiring a hard wrist shot past Mac Carruth’s glove during a 2-on-2 rush to give the ‘Tips their first lead since Game 2. Shortly after Troy Rutkowski hit the crossbar on a chance in the Everett zone, Logan Aasman chipped a puck behind the Portland net. Carruth came behind the net to play the puck, but it rolled off his stick and in front to Aasman for a tap-in goal and a 2-0 Silvertips lead after 20 minutes.
It was up to the ‘Tips penalty killing unit to protect the lead in the second period, which they did successfully with three solid penalty kills. After two Portland powerplays, a back-and-forth sequence led to Everett’s third goal. Portland reversed an Everett rush with a quick feed to Ty Rattie, but the puck bounced off his stick and was fired out of the zone by Austin Lotz. Kohl Bauml picked it up at center and fed a clean breakaway pass to Reid Petryk, who cut to his backhand and beat Carruth inside the far post to make it 3-0 Silvertips. The ‘Tips killed off a third Portland powerplay to close the period and take that lead into the locker room.
The Winterhawks finally broke through in the third period on their fourth powerplay of the night. Troy Rutkowski’s point blast was tipped into the top corner by Brendan Leipsic at 5:59, making it a 3-1 game with time to spare. Everett held Portland at bay until the final minutes, when another powerplay and a 6-on-4 advantage with the net empty lead to Derrick Pouliot’s goal with only 1:25 remaining. The ‘Hawks had one last chance when Ty Rattie sent the puck through the goal crease with five seconds to go, but the ‘Tips cleared the zone to finish the 3-2 victory.
Everett finished 0 for 2 on the powerplay, while Portland scored on the last two of their five opportunities. Mac Carruth (3-2) finished with 15 saves while taking the loss for the ‘Hawks.
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Game 6 is now set for Monday night at Comcast Arena with the Silvertips once again looking to continue the series with the Winterhawks. Join us for the 7:05 pm opening faceoff as the Silvertips look to force a deciding Game 7 Wednesday night back in Portland.
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March 30, 2013
Just past 10am this morning, after a brief delay while the fog lifted, the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz departed Naval Station Everett. The Nimitz had been scheduled to depart on Friday but that was delayed. In his remarks to reporters this morning, Rear Admiral Mike White said there were a couple of pieces of electrical equipment that he had concerns with yesterday so he re-scheduled the deployment. “There was an issue with the bus transfer in the backup electrical system,” said White. Crews from Bremerton were brought to Everett and worked through the night to get the Nimitz ready to go this morning. More than 100 family members made the trip back to the pier today to say goodbye to the crew. Among those was Marietta White, the admiral’s wife. She said this was either her 9th or 10th deployment in 29 years of marriage to the admiral. The Whites are from Tennessee and have been in Everett for just a month as Mike White was selected as Commander of Strike Force 11. White says the fleet consists of the Nimitz, a cruiser and 4 destroyers. The Nimitz will head to San Diego to pick up their air wing and will then head out for some qualification and training exercises before joining maritime partners in the Pacific. Eventually the Nimitz is expected to head to the Persian Gulf. The deployment is expected to last between six and ten months. You can follow the Nimitz on their Facebook page.
Here are some pictures from today’s departure:
March 29, 2013
Just got this in from Naval Station Everett…
The USS Nimitz departure from Naval Station Everett, which was scheduled this afternoon, has been postponed until tomorrow morning, March 30, at 9 a.m. to complete required preparations for deployment.
March 29, 2013
Here’s a dramatic look at the Kimberly-Clark site on the Everett Waterfront now that the majority of buildings have been taken down. The brown warehouse at the left will stay for the new owner. Click photo to enlarge.
March 29, 2013
Editor’s Note: The Nimitz Deployment has been re-scheduled for Saturday (3/30) at 9:00am
Just got an update from Kristin Ching at Naval Station Everett who says the Nimitz is expected to depart Naval Station Everett sometime between 3p and 5p this afternoon. (Like all things in life that schedule is subject to change) Here’s a shot of the last sunrise the ship will see over Everett for a while. Click photo to enlarge.
March 28, 2013
Green Everett Partnership is holding a volunteer planting at Howarth Park on Mukilteo Blvd. this Saturday.
From 9am – 12 Noon, crews will be working to restore forested areas of the park. There will be planting of native trees, shrubs and groundcover. Come dressed to work outside in the weather (rain or shine) sturdy shoes, rain jacket, and warm layers. Bring a water bottle and/or coffee cup. We will provide coffee, refreshments, and light snacks, plus tools and work gloves.
RSVP or for more information, contact Joanna Nelson de Flores, by Email or call 425-238-0065
Can’t make it but still want to help? You can contribute by baking some cookies or donating snacks in advance, or just spreading the word. Email or phone the listed contact if interested.