Cline Jewelers: Buy a battery, give to charity

Cline Jewelers has a special promotion through Dec. 15: For every watch battery that is purchased, Cline will donate 100 percent of profits to...

Edmonds Kind of Play: Holiday happenings, ECA matinee, and events exploring diversity

Currently, a little red circle filled with the number 17 is growing out of the Reminders tab on my iPhone. Basically, I’m behind on...

Is runoff killing Edmonds salmon?

It's not easy being a salmon. From the moment these fish hatch until they return to their home streams to spawn, they run a hundreds-mile-long...

EdCC launches scholarship campaign to help those with history of incarceration, homelessness

In honor of Edmonds Community College’s President Dr. Jean Hernandez’s service to the college and community, the Edmonds CC Foundation has launched a scholarship...

9th annual Shop With a Cop fundraiser Nov. 18 at Emerald City Harley Davidson

The Cheeseburger Babies Foundation, the charitable arm of Red Onion Burgers in Mountlake Terrace, is hosting its 9th annual Shop With a Cop fundraiser...

Volunteers needed for Annie’s Community Kitchen feast on day before Thanksgiving

Annie's Community Kitchen is hosting a free Thanksgiving feast the night before Thanksgiving -- Wednesday, Nov. 22, from 5-6:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend,...

Edmonds Diversity Commission to screen ‘Swim Team’ Nov. 18

The Edmonds Diversity Commission continues its Diversity Film Series at noon Saturday, Nov. 18 at the Edmonds Theater, 415 Main St. with Swim Team. The...

Mayor brings Town Hall to Edmonds Library

Pointing to the "hard, complicated work" that both the City of Edmonds staff and the City Council undertake on a regular basis, Edmonds Mayor...

Reminder: Follow the Star Craft Fair set for Nov. 24-25 at Edmonds Masonic Center

Mark your calendar now for annual Follow the Star Arts & Craft Fair presented the Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving, Nov. 24 and 25,...

Cascadia Art Museum offers weekend of shopping, art and music

Cascadia Art Museum will be buzzing this weekend with artistic events and a holiday sale. On Saturday and Sunday, members receive 20 percent off gift store...

South County Politics: Some takeaways from the Nov. 7 election

Results reported from the Nov. 7 general election give early answers to most of the questions that I raised last week. Here are some comments...

Artfully Edmonds: This week, we highlight events tailored for cozy warmth

There’s a definite chill in the air but Edmonds performance venues are presenting cozy respite this week. Gallery spaces are warming art walk strollers this...

Good trees for urban gardens: Fall color — going, going, almost gone

We continue our series highlighting trees that work for gardens in Edmonds. It’s presented by Master Gardener Barbara Chase, who serves on the Edmonds...

Save the date: Edmonds Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony Nov. 25

Live music performances and an appearance by Santa Claus will headline the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony in downtown Edmonds on Saturday, Nov. 25, in...

Edmonds CC names interim college president during search

As Edmonds Community College continues the search for its next president, the college’s Board of Trustees announced Nov. 14 that Christina Castorena, vice president...

Vote in BECU contest and local food banks will benefit

Vote for Rotary First Harvest in the 2017 BECU People Helping People Award, and local food banks will reap the rewards. Seattle-based Rotary First Harvest...

J Rankin Jewellers celebrating 10th anniversary with 3-day event Nov. 16-18

J Rankin Jewellers is throwing a party, and owners John and Meg Rankin invite the community to stop by the store Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 16-18,...

Holy Rosary Holiday Fair set for Nov. 18-19

Pies are baking and signs are out -- all pointing to the Holy Rosary Holiday Fair this Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 18-19, at 630...

Reminder: City of Edmonds looking to fill Edmonds Arts Commission vacancy

Looking for an opportunity that gives you a voice in the cultural arts community of Edmonds? The City of Edmonds is seeking an Edmonds...

Council committee hammers out scope of work for waterfront connector design process

The scope of work for the Edmonds Street Waterfront Connector Project design was discussed in great detail during the Edmonds City Council's Parks, Planning...

Thanksgiving Day volunteer opportunities? Let us know

A reader asks: Are there opportunities to volunteer in or near Edmonds on Thanksgiving Day? Any ideas for us, readers? Please email myedmondsnews@gmail.com, and we'll...

Reminder: National Alliance on Mental Illness, Verdant events in November, December

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI Snohomish) is presenting the following events in conjunction with the Verdant Health Commission: Thursday, Nov. 16, 7-8:30...

Lynnwood-based Wheels and Deals donates to Clothes for Kids coat drive

The Wheels & Deals auto dealership on Tuesday presented Clothes for Kids with a check for $1,000 to support the Clothes for Kids coat...

Letter to the editor: One veteran’s take on anthem protests

To the Editor: A neighbor who knows I am a veteran approached me in my driveway the other day and asked how I felt about...

Edmonds Boy Scout makes progress on ‘doubling bikes’ goal for families in need

With 30 bicycles donated on his first collection day, Edmonds Boy Scout Sam Harris is getting closer to his goal of doubling the number...

Shoreline CC to present Nov. 16 program on U.S.-Russia Relations

The Global Affairs Center at Shoreline Community College, directed by Edmonds resident Larry Fuell, presents a program on “U.S.-Russia Relations: A New Cold War”...

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