Archive | July, 2017

Fire Destroys Garage And Cars, Firefighters Save House And Condos

July 26, 2017

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Editor’s Update 1:30 PM: Everett Fire Marshal Leroy McNulty tells MyEverettNews.com the origin of the fire looks to be in the area of a recently installed charger for an electric car. No word yet on the exact cause. The damage estimate was $80,000.00. A raging fire destroyed an unattached garage and a couple of cars […]

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Public Comment Opening For Supportive Housing Project On Broadway

July 25, 2017

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The City of Everett has issued a proposed Mitigated Determination of Non-Significance (MDNS) on a supportive housing proposal submitted by Hopeworks, an affiliate of Housing Hope. This proposal calls for the addition of a five-story building north of HopeWorks Station I at 3331 Broadway across from Compass Health. Sara Haner of Housing Hope tells MyEverettNews.com […]

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Sprinkler System Stops Fire At Downtown Everett Apartments

July 25, 2017

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An automatic sprinkler system stopped a fire at the Oakes Commons apartment complex Monday night. Shortly after 11 PM fire was reported in a third floor apartment at 3125 Oakes Avenue. Arriving Everett Fire crews found the sprinkler system was activated and that extinguished the fire. In addition to the fire unit two other units […]

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Fast Response Keeps Everett Deck Fire Contained

July 24, 2017

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Fast work by Everett firefighters kept a fire on a deck in a home in the Lowell neighborhood from spreading into the house. About 3:15 AM 9-1-1 received a call of a deck fire at a home in the 4300 block of south 3rd Street. Everett Police arrived, confirmed there was a fire and made […]

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Sponsored Post: Flexible Schedule Helps Insight Student Pursue Passion In College

July 23, 2017

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The following post is sponsored by K12 and Insight School of Washington. Author credit: Savannah Norton K12-Powered Student Earns Piano Scholarship to Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music This fall, Mya King, a graduating senior at Insight School of Washington (ISWA), will be learning at one of the nation’s top music schools. Playing piano since […]

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Passenger Terminal At Paine Field Everett On Track For Next Year

July 22, 2017

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On Friday MyEverettNews.com took advantage of an opportunity to tag along with Congressman Rick Larsen as he received a quick tour and update on the new passenger terminal going in at Paine Field Airport in south Everett. Propeller Airports CEO Brett Smith provided the update. His company is building the two gate terminal. “People are […]

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