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Edmonds business owner indicted on arson charge

A business owner arrested Nov. 21 on an indictment charging her with arson and wire fraud currently runs a business in Edmonds. U.S. Attorney Brian T. Moran announced the indictment of Connie L....

 

Thanks to SanKai, Edmonds is on a roll | Arts & Appetite

Our city's name is on a sushi roll, that is, with the opening of the much-anticipated SanKai Sushi in the Edmonds bowl. Sushi master Ryuichi Nakano recently opened SanKai after selling his...

 

Election endorsements, CRISTA, bike lanes | Letters to the Editor

Editor's note: The following letter, which ran last week, had an incorrect headline. Because of that, we are running it again, in addition to the response to the letter. The Beacon apologizes for the...

 

School District issues advisory on fentanyl

The Edmonds School District on Monday, Oct. 7, sent a letter to families regarding the increase in the number of fentanyl-related overdose deaths among young people, including high school students....

 

Falling into grace, one step at a time | Chuck's World

Summer in the Northwest is abstract, only minimally tethered to the calendar. Summer weather seldom gets going until mid-July, but the season starts when you decide it does. I suspect we all recognize...

 

Record donations from Taste Edmonds benefit Boys & Girls Club

The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce has announced that, thanks to the tips received from attendees at Taste Edmonds, it has donated a record $8,190.35 to the Edmonds Boys & Girls Club. The previous...

 

To lightly touch your heart, and your taste buds | Arts & Appetite

The literal definition of dim sum is to "lightly touch your heart," likely because small dim sum plates were often served as snacks or combined for a family brunch. Good dim sum does touch your heart,...

 

Police Beat, thanks, tree trim | Letters to the Editor

Some schools go without booster programs Thank you for the recent article, “Booster clubs help support athletes, teams,” by David Pan (Aug. 22). Sports booster clubs provide much needed support to our local high school athletic programs. Studies...

 
 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...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    August 15, 2019

The Taste retools for 2019

There's one thing that the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce really wants you to know about Taste Edmonds: It's a fundraiser supporting local nonprofit service clubs, as well as free community events such...

 

Edmonds cop writes novel. It's arresting

After almost 30 years as a cop, he's seen some crazy stuff. Lived some, too. So why not write a novel sharing some of his experiences? Alan Hardwick, an Edmonds police sergeant who supervises one of...

 

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

 

Sponsored Feature: Taste the flavors of the Caribbean: Right on Main Street!

A taste of the Caribbean is right here in Edmonds, and with over half a year in business, Calypso is still bringing a fresh, cool vibe to the restaurant scene. From conch fritters to coconut prawns,... Full story

 

Cowardly package; candidates respond; Taste disappointment | Letters to the Editor

Anonymous package a cowardly move How cowardly of the unknown person who sent an anonymous package to the Beacon containing personal financial information regarding Mike Nelson. I wonder how "Anonymous" even got that information. I am... Full story

 
 By Richard Suico    General    June 12, 2019

Plenty to do at the library this summer | Librarian's Desk

As summer fast approaches, we look forward to the longer days and begin planning on ways to take advantage of the inevitably short outdoor season. It could mean practical concerns like gardening, yard... Full story

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    May 30, 2019

Coming to Edmonds: Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest in September? Why not? The Edmonds Rotary Club this week announced the launch of a new Edmonds Oktoberfest event scheduled Sept. 20-21 at the Frances Anderson Center field on Main Street i...

 
 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...

 

In Edmonds: Deliciousness from around the world

The dining scene in Edmonds has been expanding rapidly in the last year. Since at least the mid-2000s, we have been lucky to have access to a wide array of food choices from all over the world, and ou...

 

Volunteering, at the library and beyond | Librarian's Desk

Did you know that the week of April 6 to April 13 is National Volunteer Appreciation Week? It is an opportunity to celebrate and honor the generosity, goodwill and the commitment of service to and...

 
 By Jenny Murphy    General    April 3, 2019

Edmonds springs into fashion | Off the Cuff

So ... what’s hanging in your closet? Move over winter sweaters, ’cause here comes the sun and that means a wardrobe change. Spring fashion 2019 offers a wardrobe that beckons, “bring it on....

 
 By Brian Soergel    A&E    April 1, 2019

The Heart will go on: Hall of Famer Roger Fisher performing in Edmonds

The open-E power chord, followed by F-sharp and G chords. Equally powerful, followed by some fancy harmonics. Guitar heroes know this as the opening riff to one of the most famous intros in rock...

 

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...

 

Kelnero in Edmonds: A labor of love | Arts & Appetite

Opening a bar or restaurant requires dedication, vision, energy, time, and money. The romantic ideal of sitting and visiting with friends and neighbors while serving them fantastic food and libations...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    February 21, 2019

E-W senior advances to finals at Mat Classic XXXI | Boys wrestling

At the start of the regular season, Edmonds-Woodway coach Brian Alfi had a feeling that Grayson LeCompte was headed for a memorable senior year. Alfi was right. LeCompte, who placed third and eighth at state the two previous years, recorded the best...

 

Bringing art home in Lynnwood | Arts & Appetite

The Lynnwood Arts Commission took a larger than expected step toward initiating its mural program and supporting more public art throughout the city as more than 350 patrons attended the inaugural... Full story

 

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