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 By Brenda Kohlmyer    News

Repairs needed for Edmonds Fishing Pier railings

Six years after the Edmonds Fishing Pier was reopened following extensive renovations, some of the popular structure's top railings appear to be failing. Meant to carry the weight... — Updated 11/7/2022

 By Brenda Kohlmyer    News

Midnight Cookie Co. opens on Main Street

After a complicated search for a new home in downtown Edmonds, Midnight Cookie Co. has finally reopened in a sunny storefront on Main Street kitty-corner from the construction of... — Updated 9/14/2022

 By Brenda Kohlmyer    News

Amtrak Cascades resumes service to BC – if no strike

During a telephone town hall with constituents last week, U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen – who now represents in Edmonds in the 2nd Congressional District – announced that Amtrak Cascades service to Vancouver, British Columbia, will... — Updated 9/14/2022

 By Brenda Kohlmyer    News

Climate Plan: Reducing greenhouse gases will need citizens' help

On a recent weekday at Edmonds Lutheran Church, residents received an update from the City of Edmonds on its Climate Action Plan, first adopted in 2010. The City has an ambitious go... — Updated 8/31/2022

 By Brenda Kohlmyer    News

Domestic violence support resources available in Edmonds

As the recent murder of a 66-year-old Edmonds woman illustrates – the suspect is the woman's 73-year-old husband – domestic violence exists in every community and impacts... — Updated 8/26/2022

 By Brenda Kohlmyer    News

City provides update on Highway 99

During an online meeting Aug. 11, the Highway 99 Gateway-Revitalization Stage 2 project team updated members of the public on the construction crews' progress and upcoming traffic... — Updated 8/25/2022

 By Brenda Kohlmyer    News

City continues its work on the upgrading of Highway 99

The exit from Taco Time is now a right turn only as work continues to create center islands along Highway 99 – a state route – near the Snohomish and King county border. Last... — Updated 8/11/2022

 By Brenda Kohlmyer    News

Excavation begins on Highway 99 median

Construction crews have begun digging up pavement in preparation for the first of 15 new center islands on Highway 99 in Edmonds. The work is part of the second stage of the city's... — Updated 7/28/2022

 By Brenda Kohlmyer    News

Chief Bennett: We will engage shooters

On a sunny Wednesday afternoon last week, Edmonds Police Chief Michelle Bennett fielded tough questions from business owners during a Chamber of Commerce luncheon at City Park. Here... — Updated 7/28/2022

 By Brenda Kohlmyer    News

Port of Edmonds prepares for seawall replacement

The Port of Edmonds is getting a much-needed facelift. On Monday, Port commissioners broke ground on a new administrative and maintenance building at 471 Admiral Way. Between the st... — Updated 7/21/2022

 By Brenda Kohlmyer    News

Edmonds residents get a preview of Port construction plans

During a public tour of the Port of Edmonds on Monday, Executive Director Robert McChesney, Port President David Preston, and Commissioner Angela Harris gave a group of local... — Updated 7/14/2022

 By Brenda Kohlmyer    A & E

Cascadia Art Museum hosts early stage dementia patients

Cascadia Art Museum is normally closed on Tuesdays, but recently the museum hosted an art lecture for people with early stage Alzheimer’s and their caregivers. The small group setting and quiet surroundings made it easy for... — Updated 8/7/2017


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