Lynnwood City Council tables Meadowdale Playfields decision until after May 30 work session

The Lynnwood City Council decided during its meeting Monday that they need more time to review information about infill materials before voting  whether to...

2017 Citizen of Year Rick Steves: ‘Edmonds is easy to love’

More than 60 citizens, business owners, members of the community and others turned out for Thursday's monthly Chamber luncheon to join in recognizing and...

Trump’s budget proposal eliminates $1.2 billion for Lynnwood light rail line

Sound Transit and its allies in Congress are preparing for a long struggle to restore $1.2 billion that President Donald Trump’s 2018 budget...

Heading to Seattle for Folklife? Don’t forget that “lovingly used” trombone!

  Seattle-based Music4Life, which provides musical instruments to participating schools for students in need, is asking for donations of “lovingly used” musical instruments. Music4Life operates programs supporting...

From the Edmonds Mayor: Edmonds, the region and beyond

Years ago, when I was first on the Edmonds City Council, I quickly discovered how important it is as an elected official to not...

E-W boys-vs.-girls varsity soccer game to raise funds for Special Olympics June 10

Edmonds-Woodway High School will host a boys-vs.-girls varsity soccer game fundraiser June 10 in Edmonds Stadium with all proceeds benefiting the local Special Olympics...

Hazel Miller Plaza becomes a floral showcase thanks to special partnership

Look for another stunning summer of exotic blooms and foliage in Edmonds' Hazel Miller Plaza, thanks to a very special partnership between the City...

Prep girls golf: Warriors’ Monahan places 30th in state 3A golf tournament

Edmonds-Woodway’s Frances Monahan led a group of four Edmonds School District high school golfers that competed in WIAA state tournaments on Tuesday and Wednesday...

Former Little League World Series players to compete for high school title at Safeco...

For most high school baseball players, competing in a Major League stadium is a dream come true. But when Edmonds-Woodway High School’s varsity team...

Reminder: Scriber Lake teacher to speak at Friends of Edmonds Library meeting May 25

Marjie Bowker, the Scriber Lake High School teacher who received the KCTS Golden Apple Award for her groundbreaking writing class at Scriber Lake, will...

Artfully Edmonds: Arts that strut through the summer calendar

  Edmonds never disappoints when it comes to summertime and the arts. As Memorial Day kicks off much anticipated warmer weather, Artfully Edmonds is taking...

Port Commission candidate Angela Harris to hold campaign kickoff event June 11

Angela Harris is officially launching her campaign for the Port of Edmonds Commission District 1 spot with a kickoff event Sunday, June 11 in...

Reminder: Edmonds Library to be closed May 25 for remodeling work

The Edmonds Library is going to spruce things up a bit, but the work will require a one-day closure. “The library will be closed on...

District high schools nominated for 5th Avenue 2017 Theater Awards

The drama departments of Edmonds Heights K-12, Meadowdale High School and Mountlake Terrace High School can take a bow as the departments all received...

After native plants damaged, council votes to temporarily halt Pine Street lighting project

The Edmonds City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to temporarily halt a lighting project near Point Edwards after city crews destroyed some native plants,...

Letter to the Editor: Everyone benefits from rent control

Dear Editor: I am a disabled senior about to lose my home due to insufficient income. I’ve had less than $100 in raises from social...

South County Politics: Port elections draw more interest than Edmonds council races

Candidate filing ended Friday with the races for the Edmonds Port Commission drawing more interest than the races for Edmonds City Council. Filing for the...

Three years in making, Edmonds Veterans Plaza dedication set for Memorial Day

In 2014, two Edmonds men decided it was time to ensure that local war veterans had a place to remember the men and women...

Scene in Edmonds: Annual shredding event benefits food bank

McDonald McGarry Insurance in downtown Edmonds reported that it filled the floor of the Edmonds Food Bank truck with food and sent along $440...

Reminder: Edmonds police, chamber of commerce to host ‘Police Chatter’ May 31

The Edmonds Police Department and the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce are hosting Police Chatter: Conversations & Coffee with the Edmonds Police Department, from 10-11:30...

Edmonds PCC announces expansion efforts to include taqueria, café

Remodeling efforts are underway at PCC Natural Markets' Edmonds location, with a rotisserie, café and taqueria among the new offerings planned. The PCC has been...

Hot dog: Warm weather in forecast for Memorial Day weekend

Warm weather is in the forecast for the holiday weekend, just in time for the opening of the Hazel Miller Spray Park at Edmonds...

Warriors, Mavs set sights on state championships this week

It’s high school spring sports championship week and fans can find Edmonds-Woodway and Meadowdale student athletes competing for WIAA state titles all over Washington...

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