Expect Yost Park trail closures during sewer replacement project

The contractor for the City of Edmonds' 2017 Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project will be working in Yost Park during the month of July, and...

Edmonds police seeking suspects in graffiti involving hate speech at Madrona School

Edmonds police are investigating "a significant amount of graffiti damage," some of which involved hate speech and racial slurs, that occurred over the weekend...

Any summer plans? Consider volunteering at the Edmonds Museum Market

All of us have some special plans for the summer, and generally speaking, it is staying home, in our wonderful community, where the air...

Reminder: Wait until after 6 p.m. July 3 to put out Fourth of July...

With the popular Edmonds Fourth of July Parade just days away, the City of Edmonds and Edmonds Chamber of Commerce are reminding the community...

Friends of Edmonds Library to hold ribbon-cutting ceremony June 27

Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling will join the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce and Friends of the Edmonds Library at 1 p.m. Tuesday, June 27 for...

Sponsor spotlight: Here and There Grill menu for week of June 28

Week of June 28 (no Tuesday location) Grilled Turkey Sandwich – sliced turkey breast, bacon, Havarti, cranberry sauce, tomato and mayo on grilled sourdough…with green...

Sound Transit open house June 28 to unveil light rail station designs for Mountlake...

Sound Transit will hold an open house on Wednesday, June 28 from 6-8 p.m. at Nile Shrine Country Club in Mountlake Terrace, where participants...

Another incident of graffiti with racial slur reported at Madrona School

Updated June 27 to reflect this is the third time this school year that Madrona has been victimized by this type of graffiti. For the...

Edmonds scenics: Photo-worthy sunsets

Last weekend's sunsets were so beautiful, we received even more photos from local photographers.

With the passing of Dave Page, Edmonds loses ‘an ambassador of good will’

Long-time Edmonds resident and business owner Dave Page passed away unexpectedly Sunday, June 25. Former Edmonds City Councilmember Dick Van Hollebeke called the 73-year-old Page...

Arts, historic preservation, environment key as Johnson launches re-election campaign

As she was trying to decide whether to run for re-election to her Position 1 seat, Edmonds City Councilmember Kristiana Johnson said she had...

Edmonds scenic: Glorious sunset shots

There's nothing like an Edmonds sunset, and photographers captured some beauties Saturday and Sunday.  

Edmonds scenics: Sunbow and flowers

Denise Meade took these shots along the Edmonds waterfront Sunday.

Sno-Isle Libraries to offer ‘Build a Better World’ summer reading program for kids, teens

Sno-Isle Libraries, including the libraries in Edmonds, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace and Brier, are encouraging young people to “Build a Better World” with this year’s...

Edmonds City Council Tuesday to consider resolution supporting Paris climate agreement

The Edmonds City Council at its Tuesday, June 27 meeting is scheduled to consider passage of a resolution regarding environmental goals established in the...

Reminder: Harbor Square Athletic Club to offer summer sports camps for kids

Harbor Square Athletic Club is offering summer sports camps for children ages 6-12 this summer. Available to both members and non-members, each camp session runs...

Door-to-door peddlers and door hangers: What’s legal, what’s not

While there are laws that regulate solicitors who come to your home selling products or services, there is no law against someone leaving a...

Fireworks sales begin statewide June 28; local displays planned July 3, 4

Consumer firework sales across the state will begin at noon on Wednesday, June 28, and continue until 9 p.m. on July 5. State Fire...

My Edmonds News sponsoring candidate coffee July 6 for school board candidates

My Edmonds News, Lynnwood Today and MLTnews are sponsoring a meet-the-candidates coffee Thursday, July 6 for those candidates who will appear on the Aug....

Scene in Edmonds: Summer market sizzles in record heat

With Saturday temperatures in the mid-80s and the weekend promising to set new records, the Edmonds Museum Summer Market finally lived up to its...

Creative juices flow at Maker Lab NW grand opening in Edmonds

A steady stream of local artists, inventors, and other creative types kept the energy going at Saturday's grand opening of Maker Lab NW. Located...

Affordable housing topic of June 27 Edmonds Daybreakers Rotary meeting

Mark Smith of the Housing Consortium of Everett and Snohomish County will be the guest speaker at the Tuesday, June 27 meeting of the...

State Route 520 bridge toll rates to increase July 1

Drivers who use the State Route 520 Bridge will see toll rates increase beginning Saturday, July 1. Toll payers will see a 5 percent...

Sponsor spotlight: Pur Skin Clinic to celebrate 5th anniversary with open house July 22

Pur Skin Clinic is celebrating its five-year anniversary as the ultimate beauty destination in Edmonds, with an open house on Saturday, July 22 from...

South County Politics: Introductory statements from Fire District 1 candidates in primary

Fire District 1 board candidates Bret Chiafalo, Brandy Donaghy, Michael Ellis and Brandon Richards recently sent statements introducing themselves to voters. Incumbent Commissioner David...

Ask the Edmonds Cop: Fireworks in Edmonds

Edmonds Police Sgt. Shane Hawley talks about fireworks in Edmonds and how people should report complaints.

Now on video: Open house on plan to manage Edmonds’ urban forests

The City of Edmonds June 22 launched the public involvement process for a plan to manage Edmonds' urban forest. Speakers included Ian Scott, project...

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