Archive | February, 2020

SCSO Detectives Seek Home Security Video Of Burley Drive Burglar In Everett

February 24, 2020

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This in today from the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office directed for people who live in the Eastmont area of south Everett. If you live near Burley Drive, Goblin Lane, or Merchant Way in Everett, South County Property Crimes Detectives are seeking your help! This morning around 11 a.m. a male suspect burglarized multiple houses in […]

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Rude Awakening For North Everett Homeowner After Truck Slams Into Garage

February 23, 2020

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Everett Police are investigating whether impairment played a role after a driver swerved off the road, went through a fence. across a yard and into a garage Sunday morning. It happened around 8 AM on 15th street just east of Grand. There were no injuries and luckily the truck went into the garage instead of […]

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No Injuries As SUV Crashes Into Everett Fire Station 5

February 23, 2020

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Usually firefighters have to leave the station to get to accidents but the story was different for the crew at station 5 in Everett, Washington Saturday night. Here’s word in from EFD on what happened. The Everett Police Department is investigating a motor vehicle collision after a woman, driving a Nissan Murano, drove her vehicle […]

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50 + Arrested In Highway 99 Sweep From Everett To Edmonds

February 22, 2020

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The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office joined with Everett Police and a multitude of agencies in a 3-Day effort last week to crack down on criminals moving between south Everett and Edmonds. Here are the results as provided by SCSO. The Sheriff’s Office, in collaboration with the Violent Offender Task Force, the Drug Task Force, the […]

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Church South Of Totem Diner May Become Apartments

February 21, 2020

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There is a public hearing scheduled for April 7th in front of the Everett Planning Commission over a plan to change zoning along a portion of Rucker and Evergreen Way to allow apartments and commercial development. According to a public notice issued by the City of Everett on Thursday, the plan asks for a rezone […]

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Two New Vice Presidents Named At Everett Community College

February 20, 2020

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Everett Community College is welcoming two new vice presidents – Cathy Leaker, vice president of Instruction, and Robert Hill, vice president of Student Services. Leaker and Hill were hired after a national search and visits to campus this month that included student, employee and community forums. They will start July 1. “We are excited to […]

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