No one injured in crash through fence on Edmonds Way

A van crashed through a fence that runs along Edmonds Way near 228th Street Southwest, just west of Westgate Chapel. Police blocked the right lane...

Trial begins Tuesday in attempted rape/murder on Edmonds beach

The trial of a 59-year-old Edmonds man in connection with the June 26 attack on a female beach walker begins Tuesday, Jan. 17 in...

Business brief: Edmonds woman elected shareholder at Carney Badley Spellman law firm

Edmonds resident Susan Schalla has been elected a shareholder at Carney Badley Spellman law firm in Seattle. Schalla's legal practice focuses on corporate and business...

Edmonds Chamber of Commerce annual membership meeting Jan. 26

The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce is holding its annual membership meeting at 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 26 at the Edmonds Yacht Club, 326 Admiral...

Jan. 20 Lynnwood Idol event aimed at giving young adults with disabilities a chance...

Lynnwood Idol, a community-wide event set for Friday, Jan. 20, promises to give young adults with disabilities a chance to shine. Lynnwood Idol participants are...

Save the date: Artfully Edmonds’ Emily Hill to speak at Friends of Edmonds Library...

Artfully Edmonds columnist Emily Hill will be the guest speaker as The Friends of the Edmonds Library holds its first membership meeting of 2017...

Edmonds United Methodist to host multi-cultural listening forum Jan. 22

Edmonds United Methodist Church is hosting a forum, “Voices We Need to Hear,” at 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 22, at 828 Caspers. According to...

City of Edmonds picnic shelter reservations open Feb. 6

Edmonds Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services will begin taking reservations for picnic shelters for the 2017 season on Monday, Feb. 6 at 9 a.m....

Reminder: Discovery Program Camps offer science fun during Edmonds non-school days

For parents looking for a fun way to keep their kids engaged during non-school days in the Edmonds School District, Edmonds Parks and Recreation...

Shoreline CC to present ‘Fog of Cybersecurity’ program Jan. 19

The Global Affairs Center at Shoreline Community College, directed by Edmonds resident Larry Fuell, will present a free program, "The Fog of Cybersecurity," from...

Recent burglary and crime data for Edmonds

A recent search of the Lexis | Nexis Community Crime Map includes residential burglaries in Edmonds for the period of Dec. 21, 2016, to...

A quiet voice in a noisy world: The journey from Beirut to Edmonds

A capacity crowd comprised of Sno King American Association of University Women members, their guests and friends of Café Louvre co-owner Haifa Fakih Allhussieni...

Edmonds PD assist Lynnwood in Alderwood Mall stabbing Sunday

Edmonds police assisted Lynnwood officers in responding to a stabbing in the Alderwood Mall food court Sunday afternoon. Lynnwood police said they had a...

WWU students pitch year-round seasonal events campaign to promote 4th Avenue Arts Corridor

The 4th Avenue Arts Corridor in downtown Edmonds has the potential to become a year-round hub of cultural events and festivities that highlight the...

Public hearing Jan. 17 on proposed plan for Edmonds’ Civic Field

Have an opinion on the proposed design for Edmonds' newly acquired Civic Field property? The Edmonds City Council this Tuesday, Jan. 17 is holding...

Scene nearby: Ice walkers

Birds navigated ice-covered Lake Ballinger Saturday but they won't be able to do that much longer, as warmer temperatures and rain are in the...

Reminder: Info session Jan. 18 for Verdant’s Mediterranean for Life health program

Do you want to feel better, look better and lose weight in the New Year? Do you have borderline or diagnosed high blood pressure?...

Business scene: Urban Scrapbooker searches for a new name

Regular visitors to Urban Scrapbooker know that owner Brooke Snyder selects art paper and supplies in line with her store vision of a place...

Missing woman traveled from Edmonds to Lynnwood and back before being found

The Edmonds Police Department went from the waterfront to Lynnwood and back to the downtown Edmonds area to locate a Mountlake Terrace woman who...

Washington State Ferries sponsoring spring cover contest for middle schoolers

Middle schoolers are invited to participate in the Washington State Ferries spring cover contest. Students in grades 6-8 have until Wednesday, Jan. 18 to...

Rep. Jayapal’s office offering tickets to Presidential Inauguration

The office of 7th District Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal has 2017 Presidential Inauguration tickets available to her constituents who live in Seattle, Vashon Island and...

Test Drive a Tour Guide event draws hundreds to Edmonds

For one week each year, Edmonds becomes an international destination as more than 100 Rick Steves Europe guides and past tour customers descend on...

Scene in Edmonds: Segway business segues to the beach

Segway of Edmonds recently rolled out of its space near Salish Sea Brewing Company and into a new beachside home beneath Arnie’s Restaurant on...

Review: ‘Professor Roth’s Will’ offers unflinching drama from Driftwood Players’ TIPs program

  Professor Roth’s Will The Driftwood Players at Wade James Theatre 950 Main St. Wade James Theatre filled slowly and steadily last night as patrons of The Driftwood Players...

Sweater drive now on to benefit neighbors in need

Neighbors can bring new and gently used, clean sweaters, coats and other cold weather gear to one of several participating Sound Credit Union and...

Washington State Patrol reminds drivers of Move Over law

With 29 Washington State Patrol vehicles struck while conducting traffic stops or providing motorist assistance in 2016, the state patrol this week issued a...

Swedish Edmonds employee named Community Transit Smart Commuter of Quarter

Swedish Edmonds Emergency Department Technician Chris Snow has been named Community Transit's Smart Commuter of the 3rd Quarter 2016. According to a Community Transit announcement,...

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