Even though the City of Mill Creek does not have a celebration planned for July 4th and prohibits fireworks, there are other local Puget Sound cities with fireworks shows and events planned for this year although some events may look a little different than past celebrations.
The Snohomish County Parks, Recreation & Tourism Division announced on Friday, May 7th, that McCollum Pioneer Park pool will remain closed for the 2021 season (June to September) due to ongoing concerns with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Bellevue Arts Museum has joined Casion Jewelry in Bothell and the Schack Art Center in Everett in their fundraising campaign to stop the violence against AAPI. The “Cranes for Peace” campaign will start in May, which is Asian American Heritage Month.
On Tuesday, December 1st, bomb squad experts transported several volatile explosives from a residence near Silver Lake to the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office Cathcart Operations Center where they were rendered safe.
The alleged victim now tells Snohomish County detectives that he made up his previous story that a 44-year-old homeless man tried to kidnap him because he was afraid he would get into trouble by visiting woods near his apartment complex.
Due to recent rains and anticipated cooler weather conditions, effective Tuesday, October 6th, at 8:00 am, the burn ban is lifted for all of the unincorporated areas of Snohomish County by order of the Snohomish County Fire Marshal, Michael McCrary.
Dozens of Sheriff’s Office patrol deputies lined their vehicles around the perimeter of the Snohomish County Jail to honor Corrections Deputy Gary Ellis, who passed away on Thursday, April 9th, at his home in Everett.
Out of an abundance of caution over the spread of COVID-19, Snohomish County and the City of Everett declared a simultaneous State of Emergency on Wedenesday, March 4th, making it easier to continue to work together as partners to keep the community safe.