Archive | January, 2018

2 Pedestrians Hit By Car In Downtown Everett After Silvertips Game

January 26, 2018

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An elderly gentleman may have had a medical issue that led to two pedestrians being hit in downtown Everett Friday night as the Silvertips game was letting out. Two people, a man and woman were in the crosswalk when they were struck by a car going north on Rockefeller at Hewitt Avenue about 10 PM. […]

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Battery Display Fire Interrupts The Day At Everett Albertsons Store

January 26, 2018

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About 9 o’clock this morning Everett fire crews were called to the Albertsons store at Madison and Evergreen Way for a fire in their battery display. The fire was quickly put out and an Everett Fire investigator is on scene trying to determine what caused the fire. The damage was minor and limited to the […]

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SWAT Activity In Everett Related To Edmonds Kidnap-Robbery Case

January 25, 2018

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MyEverettNews.com received inquiries this afternoon about a large SWAT Team presence on 84th street SE near Xavier Way. The SWAT team was from south Snohomish County and we just received a press release from Edmonds Police explaining the activity. Here it is: Two males were booked into the Snohomish County Jail for Robbery, Assault and […]

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Southwest Airlines Announces Plans To Fly From Paine Field Everett This Fall

January 25, 2018

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In a report to investors on their 4th quarter results today, Gary C. Kelly, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer at Southwest Airlines included this little note: “As we look to realize ongoing benefits of modernizing our fleet and optimizing our route network, we are enthusiastic about our ability to leverage our strengths […]

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Car-Pedestrian Crash Shuts Glenwood Avenue

January 24, 2018

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About 6:20 PM Everett Fire and Police responded to a report of a car versus pedestrian crash on Glenwood Avenue. An elderly pedestrian was struck by a passenger car. The pedestrian was taken by Everett Medic unit to Providence Regional Medical Center with life-threatening injuries. Everett Police traffic detectives were called out and Glenwood was […]

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First Public Safety, Now Everett Mayor Targets Economic Development

January 24, 2018

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Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin is wasting no time issuing her second Mayoral Directive on the heels of her “State of the City” address earlier today. Back on January 11th she issued her first directive targeting youth, gun and gang violence. Today’s directive covers community planning and economic development. “Everett has all of the ingredients we […]

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