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Articles from the November 17, 2011 edition

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 By Everett Police Department    News    November 17, 2011

Suspect in Three Armed Robberies Sought

The Everett Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying the suspect in two armed robberies that have occurred at the Rite Aid, 10103 Evergreen Way over the past two weeks. It is also believed that this person is a suspect in a...

 By Washington State Department Of Transportation - News    News    November 17, 2011

Snow showers forecast for Friday morning commute

SEATTLE – The Friday morning commute could be a wintry one for Puget Sound if weather forecasts are accurate and snow showers move into the area. Washington State Department of Transportation crews will be on the road ahead of the storm...

 By Community Transit    News    November 17, 2011

Six-Year Plan Forecasts No New Transit Service

Snohomish County, Wash. – Forecasting a slow economic recovery, Community Transit’s draft six-year Transit Development Plan (TDP), 2012-17, forecasts no new service growth for the Snohomis...

 By Washington State Department Of Transportation - News    News    November 17, 2011

Seattle shipyard selected to build new Eastern Washington ferry

SEATTLE – Foss Maritime Co. of Seattle will build a replacement 20-car state ferry to operate on Lake Roosevelt, a remote location requiring the ferry be built in sections and transported across the state. The Washington State Department of...

 By Employment Security Department    News    November 17, 2011

Jobs and unemployment both improved in October

Washington’s employment picture bounced back in October, adding an estimated 4,600 jobs and lowering the unemployment rate to 9 percent. This is the lowest the state’s unemployment rate has been since March 2009. “The October...

 By Comcast Arena At Everett    News    November 17, 2011

Comcast Arena at Everett Fans Set Two Charity Program Records

Global Spectrum, management for the Comcast Arena at Everett, is kicking off this year’s giving season with record breaking numbers. Kids’ Night Out and Pink the Rink were record breaking successes. This is only the beginning for a...

 By Washington State Department Of Transportation    News    November 17, 2011

Crews fix worst broken sections of I-5 in Tukwila

TUKWILA - The nightly lane closures are over in Tukwila and drivers now have smoother sections on I-5, just in time for fall rains. Contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation ripped out and replaced 58 of the...