Edmonds police arrest leads to discovery of cash, drugs, weapons

An Edmonds police arrest last week in the Winco Foods parking lot led to the discovery of a convicted felon, more than $20,000 in...

Reminder: Edmonds bicycle group to host pancake breakfast for hungry cyclists Sept. 24

The Edmonds Bicycle Advocacy Group will host its annual pancake breakfast fundraiser, 7-9:30 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 24, at the Edmonds Masonic Center located...

Councilmember’s public records request raises citizen concerns

More than 1,500 subscribers to the quarterly "Update on Edmonds" newsletter and City of Edmonds news releases were informed late Thursday that their contact...

Autumn sunshine makes Saturday Edmonds Museum Market magical

Join us this Saturday as we begin to countdown the market season. With only three markets left, it is time to stock up your...

Events expected to impact Sunday Edmonds-Kingston ferry traffic

On Sunday, Sept. 24, Edmonds-Kingston ferry travelers can expect delays for two reasons: A large number of motorcycles traveling to the Oyster Run in...

Scene in Edmonds: Eagle perch

From photographer Bill Anderson: "Our local eagles usually disappear from mid August through early-mid October. Where they go, I don't know; I presume they...

Clothes for Kids donation bin broken into, new donations needed

Someone broke the lock off of the donation bin for Clothes for Kids located directly behind the nonprofit's location in Lynnwood. “This was a very...

Police: Broken ankle for ‘very lucky’ teen bicyclist in Thursday Edmonds Way collision

Police say that the teenage Edmonds bicyclist involved in the vehicle-bicycle collision Thursday afternoon near the intersection of Edmonds Way and 95th Place West...

Eleanor Granmo: Edmonds Arts Festival, Arts Commission volunteer

ELEANOR GRANMO 9/2/1914 - 8/27/2017 Eleanor Pearl Granmo was born in Seattle on September 2, 1914. She was predeceased by her parents, Pleasant Lee Hemphill...

Edmonds Restaurant News: A delicious day trip dining in Mukilteo

While this is the restaurant news column, let’s face it -- most of us cook at home, in some fashion. Our local markets offer...

Spiders in the Northwest presentation Sept. 23 at Edmonds Demo Garden

Spiders in the Northwest is the topic of a presentation at the Edmonds Wildlife Habitat Native Plant Demonstration Garden this Saturday, Sept. 23 from...

Sponsor spotlight: Remotely show your support for your favorite school

How can you support your favorite school in the Edmonds School District? Come run, walk or stroll at the Foundation for Edmonds School District’s...

Edmonds insurance agent John McDonald receives Lifetime Achievement Award

John McDonald of Edmonds-based McDonald McGarry Insurance Brokers was awarded the Don C. Burnham Lifetime Achievement Award Thursday at the annual Independent Insurance Agents...

Business brief: Veterinary oncologist Chelsea Tripp agrees to serve on pharmaceutical board

Dr. Chelsea Tripp, a board-certified veterinary oncologist and founder of the Bridge Animal Referral Center (BARC) in Edmonds, has agreed to serve as strategic...

Friends of the Edmonds Library seeking community support for book storage

The Annual Book Sale in the Frances Anderson Center Gym has been a staple fall event for the Friends of the Edmonds Library for...

Car-bicycle collision sends Edmonds teen to Harborview

A vehicle-bicycle collision at 4 p.m. Thursday afternoon near the intersection of Edmonds Way and 95th Place West sent a 17-year-old Edmonds boy to...

Port of Edmonds Commission meeting agenda for Sept. 25

September 25, 2017 7:00 p.m I. CALL TO ORDER II. FLAG SALUTE III. CONSENT AGENDA September 25, 2017 7:00 p.m. A. Approval of Agenda B. Approval of September 11, 2017 Meeting...

Prep boys tennis: Warriors stay undefeated with 7-0 win over Hawks

The Edmonds-Woodway Warriors are off to their best start on the tennis courts in years after winning their fifth straight team match on Wednesday...

Scene in Edmonds: Hawk watch

Photographer Bill Anderson shared Tuesday's photos of a juvenile Cooper's hawk seen for the past several days at the Edmonds Marsh. "It may be...

Councilmember invites citizens to join him in emergency response training

Edmonds City Councilmember Neil Tibbott is inviting Edmonds residents to join him in becoming trained to help their communities in the event of an...

Rescue training all in a day’s work for ferry crews

For many regular ferry passengers, the sound of emergency horns, the vessel coming to a halt mid-Sound and the sight of crews lowering lifeboats...

Artfully Edmonds: Just-days-away autumn in Edmonds foretells arts events that sizzle

Thursday evening’s Art Walk Edmonds will allow art gallery enthusiasts an opportunity to experience that soft chill in the air that foretells so many...

Prep girls soccer: Royals down Mavs 4-1

The Lynnwood Royals girls soccer team rode the foot of Cassidy O’Dell and some solid defense on a rain-soaked night at Lynnwood High School...

Edmonds woman to be sentenced Oct. 3 in grisly attempted murder at Hwy 99...

A 24-year-old Edmonds woman who had visions of becoming a serial killer will be sentenced Oct. 3 for attempted first-degree murder of a man...

Reminder: ‘The State of Real Estate’ with Wayne Purser, coffee and cannoli — Sept....

Enjoy free coffee and cannoli and learn about "The State of Real Estate" with Edmonds realtor Wayne Purser and other local experts. The event...

City Council: In Edmonds, it will be Indigenous Peoples Day, not Columbus Day

The second Monday in October will be known as Indigenous Peoples Day in the City of Edmonds, according to a resolution unanimously approved by...

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