Here and There Grill offers gourmet food on the go

Not many people can say their business model was inspired by a Little League concession stand, but that’s where Edmonds resident Julie Malcolm got the idea for the Here and There Grill, a mobile lunch and dinner van that can be found at the corner of 4th and Dayton from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. every Wednesday….

Peggy Pritchard Olson ‘cared about all Edmonds residents’

Edmonds City Councilmember Peggy Pritchard Olson, who died today at the age of 59, was remembered as a caring public servant who loved her town and the people living there. Ms. Pritchard Olson, who was serving her second term on the Council, announced in May 2008 that she was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)…

Send us your Halloween photos!

Our first Halloween photo submission is from the Cloutier family, who participated in the downtown Edmonds trick-or-treat event Saturday night. Todd Cloutier reports that he and his wife Priya, who is running for Edmonds City Council, and their two sons (Phoenix, left, and Pascal) gave away “over a thousand lollipops, 2,000 stickers, and five gallons…

Grand opening for new arts school at former Woodway Elementary

The former Woodway Elementary School in Edmonds, which the Edmonds School District closed last year as a cost-saving measure, has become the new home to the private Crescendo Artistic Environment School Woodway, a preschool-6th grade school that combines arts and academic education. Edmonds residents can learn more about the school during an open house on…

Support Carol on the roof!

I’d heard about Carol Schillios through an earlier news report, but was thrilled to see her featured on KING-TV’s Evening Magazine last night. Carol is the Edmonds woman who is living in a tent on the roof of her Fabric of Life store at 5th and Main Street downtown. Her goal is to raise $1…