John Groen, a prescription compounder specialist, joins Paktia in Edmonds

Rashid Jamal opened the independently owned pharmacy, Paktia in downtown Edmonds three years ago. Five months ago, he hired John Groen who specializes in prescription...

Phoenix Theatre presents Summer Shorts July 20-29

Cool off with some hot local "Summer Shorts" as the Phoenix Theatre opens its collection of 10-minute comedic plays by local playwrights this Friday,...

Save the date: Port of Edmonds 70th birthday celebration Aug. 4

The Port of Edmonds is celebrating 70 years with a day of events Saturday, Aug. 4 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on the public plaza...

Enjoy the beach with goodies from Edmonds Senior Center Snack Shack

Summer fun on the Edmonds beach has begun. While visiting, be sure to enjoy the goodies provided by the Edmonds Senior Center “Snack Shack.”...

Edmonds-based asbestos removal company fined $230K for violations

An Edmonds-based asbestos removal contractor has been cited by the Washington Department of Labor & Industries for multiple willful safety violations for improper handling...

New Edmonds CC president says he is invested in student success, partnerships

Edmonds Community College’s new president has a vision for the college: To make Edmonds CC the school of choice for the Puget Sound region. “It’s...

Volunteers needed for recycling stations at Taste Edmonds

The City of Edmonds Recycling Program is seeking volunteers to come help at the three-day Taste Edmonds festival, taking place in downtown Edmonds from...

Scene in Edmonds: More views of Edmonds in Bloom garden tour

Photographer Vicki Hone Smith shared her perspective from Sunday's Edmonds in Bloom garden tour.

Reminder: Walk back in time with some trailblazers of Edmonds during July 19 event

Whether you are new to Edmonds or perhaps an old-time resident, you probably realize that downtown Edmonds, also known as the Edmonds Bowl, is...

Scene in Edmonds: EPIC asks — What’s your favorite book?

Community members took the time Saturday to share their favorite book and why, using cutout chalkboard people placed outside Spangler Books in downtown Edmonds....

Annual Edmonds ARTSplash event set for July 19-22

The annual ARTSplash show featuring local artists and held at ArtWorks, runs from Thursday, July 19 through Sunday, July 22. According to organizers, there...

Home and Real Estate Weekly: Simple steps for a better home appraisal

If you’re looking to refinance your home or possibly sell, you’ll need a killer appraisal. A bank will not refinance a home for more...

Reminder: Fly Fishers 101 class set for Aug. 4

Interested in learning how to fly fish? The Olympic Fly Fishers of Edmonds club is sponsoring a beginner’s class, “Fly Fishing 101” Saturday, Aug....

Proposals to replace Edmonds welcome sign, require safe storage of firearms top city council’s...

It's likely to be a full house in the Council Chambers when the Edmonds City Council takes up some key issues Tuesday night, July...

Scene in Edmonds: Beach explorers enjoy minus tides

Beach goers continue to enjoy the extreme minus tides along the Edmonds waterfront. These photos were taken by Larry Vogel Saturday, but he notes...

Early-morning Edmonds house fire displaces family of five

An early-morning fire Sunday caused more than $150,000 damage and displaced a family of five from their Edmonds home. The fire was reported just before...

Sponsor spotlight: Weekly whale report for July 14

Having made it through the holidays and busyness of the Special Olympics I have been reminded that it has been some time since my...

Washington State Patrol stresses importance of motorcycle safety, awareness

Every year when beautiful weather arrives, it brings more motorcycles to our roadways. The Washington State Patrol wants to stress safety and awareness to...

Ready, set, bloom! Sunday’s Edmonds in Bloom 2018 garden tour sure to inspire

The gardens are preened, the musicians are tuned up and ready to perform, the plein air artists are stocked with paints, brushes and easels,...

Stage 1 outdoor burning ban now in effect in Snohomish County

Most of Snohomish County is now on a Stage 1 outdoor burning ban. The restriction bans outdoor burning, except for recreational fires that are less...

Reminder: Taize service at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church July 15

St. Alban's Episcopal Church is holding a Taize service at 7 p.m. Sunday, July 15 at the church, 21405 82nd Pl. W. in Edmonds. A...

Scene in Edmonds: Making memories at summer market

Photographer Denise Meade shared these images captured on  Saturday, when she and three of her friends enjoyed the Edmonds Museum Summer Market.

Cliff Perry Band kicks off 2018 Concerts in Park Series July 15

Here's the lineup for the first week of the Edmonds Arts Commission's 2018 free summer concert series, which starts July 15. Sunday, July 15 The Cliff...

All-Ravel concert set for July 20 at Cascadia Art Museum

The music of French composer Maurice Ravel will be featured in concert Friday, July 20 at 6 p.m. at the Cascadia Art Museum in...

Poll: Which sign do you prefer for the entrance to downtown Edmonds?

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