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 By Brian Soergel    News    November 14, 2019 

City will appeal gun-storage ruling

The Edmonds City Council voted Tuesday to appeal a court ruling last month that the City's gun-storage ordinance "impermissibly regulates firearms in violation" of Washington's 36-year-old preemption...

 
 By Brian Soergel    A & E    November 14, 2019 

The market returns to Edmonds

The fifth annual Edmonds Holiday Market opened Saturday, Nov. 9, with more than 50 vendors selling their wares under cloudy skies in front of City Hall on Fifth Avenue North. The Holiday Market is...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    October 31, 2019

Waterfront Center adds food and veteran services

Two well-known names in Edmonds have been selected to offer food and health and wellness services when the new Edmonds Waterfront Center has its grand opening, scheduled for summer 2020. The all-ages...

 

The hot, sultry dog days of summer are coming to an end

Speaking of dog days, we will still see the lucky dogs of Edmonds on walks, but probably not as much once the weather turns. I met a couple of cute lucky dogs near the market recently. (Editor's...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    August 22, 2019

Dogs rule: Pets now free to roam parks and waterfront pathway – on a leash

If you have a dog in Edmonds – and who doesn't, really – you may be confused about just where your canine companions are allowed on leashes in our pet-friendly city. Be confused no more. The...

 

Saturday brunch in downtown Edmonds, and a summer update | Arts & Appetite

A few months ago, this column introduced the eats at the Garden Market, the precursor to the Edmonds Summer Market. Along with the rising temperatures, the Summer Market has expanded to its full... Full story

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    July 25, 2019

All aboard! Free summer trolley coming to Edmonds

Is it Christmas in August? Not quite, but Edmonds residents may crane their necks next month as the Edmonds Christmas trolley that cruised downtown streets is transformed into the Edmonds summer... Full story

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    May 30, 2019

A peek into the future of Edmonds?

With new restaurants seeming to open every week downtown, big plans for Highway 99, and tourists mobbing Edmonds as never before, you might think the Citizens Economic Development Commission’s...

 

In Edmonds: Delicious food options at the Saturday market

Going to a weekend farmers market usually means finding local produce, flowers, breads, handmade gifts, and products from close to home. My favorite part of a spring or summer market, though, is the... Full story

 
 By Bette G. Bell    A&E    May 3, 2019

Edmonds farmers market begins May 4; continues through June 8

It must be spring, as the Edmonds Museum Garden Market debuts Saturday, May 4. It has been noticed, however, the sun has only found its way pass the gray clouds, on a few scattered days, recently. Is...

 

Could flex parking help ease Edmonds parking issues? | Guest View

Editor's note: Mike McMurray is an Edmonds financial consultant and developer of the future Main Street Commons at Main Street and Sixth Avenue South in Edmonds. A lot has changed since 2016, when the Civic Park master plan was approved. This is...

 

Resign council seat? Leafblowers, and a message from L.A. | Letters to he Editor

Give it up Councilmembers running for mayor should resign their seats. I suggested the same thing in 1995, 1998 and 2001. Alvin Rutledge Edmonds The leaf blower noise pollution is getting worse The noise pollution from leaf blowers is getting worse...

 

Volunteer opportunities galore at museum open house

The Edmonds Historical Museum has its fourth annual Community Volunteer Open House noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 6. The event highlights local community driven organizations looking for volunteers...

 

Saving the salmon: Save Our Marsh pressuring state, governor on Edmonds Marsh

The local grassroots group Save Our Marsh wants a commitment from Washington State Department of Transportation that it will allow construction of tidal channels through the property WSDOT will eventu...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    November 8, 2018

No official Veterans Day activities in Edmonds this year

During this 100th anniversary of the end of World War I and the 99th anniversary of the first Armistice Day – later called Veterans Day – Mill Creek will have its annual celebration and parade on...

 

Holiday Market opens Saturday in Edmonds

The city of Edmonds’ Holiday Market – the third of the year after the Edmonds Historical Museum’s Garden and Summer markets – opens it fourth season Saturday, Nov. 10, on Fifth Avenue North in front of City Hall. It will be held six Saturdays...

 

Sunlight, thanks, Greg Urban and connector | Letters

Sunlight and nature, not bridges Re: “Connection disconnection: Two councilmembers change their minds on the Edmonds Street Waterfront Connector,” Sept. 27: Great article! The picture you used was worth a million words. Do you want future... Full story

 

Edmonds: A tourist in my own hometown

This summer, I spent a lot of time out of Edmonds. So when I returned, I decided to follow Rick Steves’ advice and be a tourist in my own town. Sure enough, I discovered so much. I had a friend... Full story

 

Pollution, guns, the Taste and Mr. Darcy | Letters to the Editor

A few proposals on reducing air pollution I hope the Edmonds City Council has noticed the air quality decline. While we here cannot put out the forest fires, we can reduce air pollution and noise pollution locally. I suggest some rulings prohibiting...

 

When life gives you apples, make hard sorbet

There’s a cidery in your neighborhood. You don’t know it, but right off Ninth Avenue in Edmonds, Steve Kaiser, the brains behind Core Hero Hard Cider, has been brewing hard cider out of his...

 

Is this the last straw in Edmonds?| Guest View

Single-use plastic products – such as straws, stirrers and utensils – have become virtually ubiquitous in the food service industry worldwide, and are contributing to the ever-growing plastic pollution crisis in our marine environment. In fact,...

 

Book recommendations for summer | Fresh Reads

One of the joys of working with books and the public, whether as a bookseller or librarian, is recommending books and authors to readers. Often, a reader in a certain situation, such as preparing for...

 

Mar·ket: Ho and Leckie do it again in Edmonds | Arts & Appetite

Being able to walk to a local fishmonger is the newest perk (of many) that we are grateful for in our community. The bonus is that Mar·ket Fishmonger & Eatery is the latest effort by Edmonds...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    June 28, 2018

Edmonds falling short on electric car mandate

Eleven years ago, the Washington Legislature passed an ambitious law, signed by Gov. Christine Gregoire, that required taxpayer-supported local and state governments to run their vehicle fleets on...

 
 By Dave Earling    Opinion    June 19, 2018

Stark contrast: 'Kids should not be used as leverage' | Mayor's Corner

This column was updated on Wednesday, June 20: This past weekend, we in Edmonds had the perfect weekend. The weather was perfect, and the sun and warm temperatures made the city come alive. Along... Full story

 

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