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Southbound 529 Bridge From Marysville To Everett Closing For This Weekend

January 23, 2015

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In a postponement from earlier this month the Washington State Department of Transportation announced it is closing southbound 529 between Marysville and Everett tonight (Fri 1/23) at 8:00pm – Monday at 5:00am. Here are the details… Everett and Marysville area drivers should prepare for a weekend closure of the southbound State Route 529 Snohomish River […]

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Third Shooting in 3 Weeks Marks Violent Start To New Year in Everett, WA

January 21, 2015

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The shooting of a man at an apartment on West Casino road Wednesday afternoon marks the third shooting in three weeks in the city of Everett. On January 6th, a man was shot in the 2600 block of Lombard. Police say a lack of cooperation has hampered that investigation. On January 17th, a man was […]

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SHAKAROO To Help Everett, WA Find True Love This Valentine’s Day

January 14, 2015

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Valentine’s Day is just a month away and the folks at the Everett Animal Shelter have found a way to nearly guarantee you’ll find your true love. SHAKAROO, Everett’s annual party with the pooches is set for Saturday night, February 14th inside the Everett Performing Arts Center. MyEverettNews.com has been a proud supporter of SHAKAROO […]

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Large Area Of North Everett Proposed For Student/Multi-Family Housing Property Tax Exemption

January 12, 2015

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The City of Everett is inviting residents of the Delta and Northwest neighborhoods to a meeting Thursday night to learn about a proposal to allow developers in an area around Everett Community College to apply for multiple-family property tax exemptions. These are the same exemptions used by builders of places such as Library Place and […]

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Everett Fire Department Features LGBT Employees in “It Gets Better” Video

January 8, 2015

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The City of Everett today released this video made in November featuring Everett Fire Department employees along with members of other fire departments in support of the It Gets Better Project. It talks about the challenges Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people face as they consider careers in the Fire Service. The 13-minute video features […]

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Cub Scout Leader Wants To Open Everett’s 4th Retail Marijuana Shop

January 8, 2015

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He came to the Everett City Council meeting last night wearing his scout leader uniform with his attorney in tow. Brian Bodge recently received approval from the State of Washington for his license to sell retail marijuana at Globodyne on Pine street next to I-5. After last night’s unanimous vote to tighten the current interim […]

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Flooding Closes Everett Walking Trails Along Snohomish River

January 6, 2015

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The City of Everett has closed the walking trails at Lowell Riverfront Park and the boat launch at Rotary Park due to flooding along the Snohomish River. The city hopes to open the areas once the river recedes and they can check for damage. It’s only fair to share…

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Everett Broadway Bridge Closure May Create Confusion and Opportunity

January 5, 2015

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Won’t be long now before the City of Everett shuts down Broadway over the railroad tracks between Hewitt and California to replace the aging bridge. As part of the official detour route the city has made changes to Cedar street between Hewitt and Everett Avenue. Those changes include adding two lanes northbound on Cedar between […]

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State Issues 4th Retail Marijuana License in Everett But City May Say No

January 4, 2015

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On Christmas Eve, the Washington State Liquor Control Board issued a retail marijuana license to Globodyne whose location is a small building in the shadow of I-5 on Pine street just south of the Holiday Inn Hotel. It’s a neighborhood filled with industrial buildings, the office for an ambulance company, City of Everett support services […]

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Everett City Council To Tighten Rules On Retail Marijuana Locations

December 27, 2014

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After the complaints over the opening of Purple Haze, Everett’s third retail marijuana store, the Everett City Council on Wednesday will get a look at proposed rules that tighten where marijuana businesses can be located. At a recent meeting, Everett’s newest city council member, Judy Tuohy, asked city staff to bring new rules that limit […]

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Port of Everett Moving Forward on $67,000,000.00 Waterfront Place Project

December 26, 2014

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The Port of Everett recently named Brandon Whitaker to serve as the project manager as work continues on the $67 million dollar Waterfront Place development. Here’s the latest from Lisa Lefeber at the Port of Everett… The Port of Everett has selected Brandon Whitaker to be the Project Manager for the new Waterfront Place Central […]

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Everett City Council Christmas Eve Update

December 24, 2014

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It was an interesting Christmas Eve meeting for the Everett City Council today. It started off during the public comment portion with the owner of two rental houses just south of Purple Haze in the 4200 block of Rucker yelling at the council and telling them that they have been ruined by the council not […]

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