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Edmonds man hosting workout fundraiser for childhood cancer Sept. 20

Edmonds man hosting workout fundraiser for childhood cancer Sept. 20

Edmonds resident Jeff Millet, owner of Northcore Performance Training in Shoreline, is hosting a free workout fundraiser event on Saturday, Sept. 20 to help raise awareness for National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, which is in September. Optional 30 minute workouts will be going on all morning. Raffle tickets can be purchased with or without a workout. Donations from local community businesse... »

Windermere Real Estate Edmonds office to offer free paper shredding Sept. 20

Windermere Real Estate’s Edmonds office is offering free paper shredding for the public on Saturday, Sept. 20, from 9 a.m. –1 p.m. Bring a non-perishable food donation or cash/check in trade, and help the office raise donations for the Edmonds Food Bank. No business shredding; this event is limited to personal and household shredding only. Even if you don’t have any shredding, donation... »

Trader Joe’s coming to Shoreline, in old TOP Food space

Trader Joe’s coming to Shoreline, in old TOP Food space

From our friends at Shoreline Area News: After the swirl of persistent rumors, Merlone Geier Partners, owners of the closed TOP Food properties, including Shoreline, have announced that the new tenant for the Shoreline store is Trader Joe’s. The property is located at N 175th and Midvale Ave N, across from Shoreline City Hall. No word yet about a permanent tenant for the TOP Food property in... »

Swedish Edmonds celebrates past and breaks ground for the future

Swedish Edmonds celebrates past and breaks ground for the future

Watch the video of the Swedish Edmonds celebration on My Edmonds News TV here. As Swedish Edmonds broke ground for a two-story, 77,000-square-foot hospital expansion Wednesday, Chief Executive David Jaffe noted the key role the new facility will play in the lives of local residents, “by providing the very best care to patients in their own backyard.” At a festive event celebrating the ... »

Scene in Edmonds: Groundbreaking for downtown Edmonds animal hospital

Scene in Edmonds: Groundbreaking for downtown Edmonds animal hospital

Ground was broken Monday morning for the new Fifth Avenue Veterinary Hospital, the latest addition to Edmonds’ downtown business community. Designed by the Architectural Werks of Kirkland and built by Edmonds-based Wilcox Construction, the new 4,000-square-foot facility will open in spring 2015 at 310 5th Ave. S. “I’m so excited to be opening my new practice in Edmonds,” sa... »

‘Halloween City’ to temporarily use TOP Food site

‘Halloween City’ to temporarily use TOP Food site

The City of Edmonds announced that Halloween City has plans to temporarily operate in part of the former TOP Food grocery store on Highway 99 and 220th Street Southwest in Edmonds. Meanwhile, the city says that “a longer–term use” is being lined up by the California-based owner of the TOP Food property. The name of a longer-term tenant has not been announced. Halloween City is a retail... »

What’s open and closed on Labor Day in Edmonds

Here’s the schedule for what’s open and closed in Edmonds on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 1: City of Edmonds facilities — all closed. Yost Pool — open regular hours on Labor Day. Edmonds Library — closed Edmonds Post Offices – closed; no mail delivery Community Transit Bus Service — no bus or DART service; no customer phone service Sounder Train — No service E... »

Consultant Carol Sanford speaks on economic development in Edmonds

Consultant Carol Sanford speaks on economic development in Edmonds

Watch on My Edmonds News TV: The Aug. 28 presentation by Edmonds author and consultant Carol Sanford to the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce on Economic Development in Edmonds. »

Edmonds Chamber of Commerce appoints three new board members

The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce has appointed three new members to its board of directors, and a former member has also returned to the board. The new members are Maggie Peterson, advertising and marketing director for the My Neighborhood News Network; Diane Toney, rental manager at the Edmonds Yacht Club and Dexter Wellington, mortgage branch manager for HomeStreet Bank. Peterson, a Seattle Pacif... »

Stunningly Strange Gallery closing its doors Oct. 11

Stunningly Strange Gallery closing its doors Oct. 11

Stunningly Strange Gallery announced Wednesday that it will be closing its retail doors in downtown Edmonds on Oct. 11. The gallery, located at 407 Main St., will be having “a wonderful sale during the month of September to make sure all the amazing art gets placed in appreciative homes,” the announcement said. “It has been a wonderful two years being in the heart of Edmonds,” said art... »

Edmonds author to speak about local economic development at Chamber luncheon Thursday

Edmonds author to speak about local economic development at Chamber luncheon Thursday

Edmonds author and consultant Carol Sanford will speak about Economic Development in Edmonds at the Chamber of Commerce Luncheon this Thursday, Aug. 28 at La Galleria, 546 5th Ave. S, Edmonds. The luncheon runs from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and costs $20 members/$25 non-members. Learn how to tell the difference between four different approaches to economic development as planning, policy-making and budg... »

Echelbarger briefs Economic Development Commission on Salish Crossing Development

Echelbarger briefs Economic Development Commission on Salish Crossing Development

One of the most visible redevelopment projects in Edmonds is the ongoing transformation of the old Waterfront Antique Mall into the new Salish Crossing complex. The new lighting fixtures, landscaping, concrete retaining walls with embossed art and reconfigured parking are giving the area a new look and attracting considerable local attention. But these are just the beginning according to developer... »

Reminder: Economic Development Commission to receive update on Salish Crossing work Aug. 20

Reminder: Economic Development Commission to receive update on Salish Crossing work Aug. 20

The Edmonds Citizens Economic Development Commission (EDC) will receive an update at its Wedesday, Aug. 20 meeting regarding the status of the Salish Crossing property (formerly the Waterfront Antique Mall). The speaker will be Nick Echelbarger of Echelbarger Properties, which owns Salish Crossing. The redevelopment is expected to be complete spring 2015. The former Safeway space, measuring over 2... »

Brrrisk business: Coldwell Banker Bain takes Ice Bucket Challenge in Edmonds

Brrrisk business: Coldwell Banker Bain takes Ice Bucket Challenge in Edmonds

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Welcome to our new sponsors, real estate brokers Rob and Carol Junglov

Welcome to our new sponsors, real estate brokers Rob and Carol Junglov

In case you missed it earlier, My Edmonds News extends a warm welcome to our new sponsors, Rob Junglov and Carol Junglov of The Cascade Team Real Estate. These licensed, full-time brokers offer a 1 percent listing fee for full-service representation, and also provide the following: An interactive property website for your home Comprehensive online marketing: Zillow, Yahoo, Trulia Free Staging cons... »

Your thoughts about A Taste of Edmonds?

Your thoughts about A Taste of Edmonds?

Denise Cole, owner of the Cole Gallery, posted the following on her Facebook page Monday, and gave us permission to repost, and ask the question: What do you think? Whew… another “Taste of Edmonds” is over! I would like to encourage anyone who feels the same as I and MANY Edmonds residents feel about this event. It’s just NOT an Edmonds caliber event… As I worked this... »

Business brief: Pūr Skin Clinic hires new physician assistant

Business brief: Pūr Skin Clinic hires new physician assistant

Pūr Skin Clinic in downtown Edmonds has added to its staff physician assistant Shane Keck, PA-C, MPAS. Keck has more than five years of medical and cosmetic dermatology experience.  He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Kansas and his Masters of Physician Assistant degree at Wichita State University. A Pacific Northwest resident since 2008, Keck enjoys movies, theater and fash... »

Cynderellies Closet closing its doors

Cynderellies Closet closing its doors

Updated with additional information. We just became aware of the news that beloved Edmonds bridal shop Cynderellies Closet is closing its doors. Located at 610 Main St., Cynderellies has been in Edmonds since 2003, and was honored by The Knot magazine for Best Customer Service and Pricing in 2007 and 2010. According to owner Denise Fehler, the store closure is likely by the end of August, and will... »

1st Security Bank sponsoring ‘Stuff the Bus’ program for Chase Lake Community School

The Edmonds Branch of 1st Security Bank is now collecting school supplies for Chase Lake Community School in Edmonds. From backpacks and binders to crayons, paper and pencils, all kinds of new school supplies will be put to good use. A complete list of supplies is available on the bank’s website, www.fsbwa.com. “Our school supply drive this year will benefit the children of Chase Lake Community Sc... »

Enjoy fiber arts? Looking for a place to gather? Stop by ‘My Sisters Place’

Enjoy fiber arts? Looking for a place to gather? Stop by ‘My Sisters Place’

Edmonds resident Dorothy Sheehan had a long-time dream to start a studio where her friends could gather to do needlepoint projects. She and her husband Tom found the perfect location — a residence for sale on 212th Street Southwest near the Five Corners intersection that had also been home to a barbershop. With help from an architect and contractor, the couple remodeled the entire home insid... »

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