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Ristorante Machiavelli sign up in Edmonds

The end of one era signals the beginning of another. With Chanterelle's closure, its iconic sign is gone – but today, Nov. 30 – replaced by one from Ristorante Machiavelli.... — Updated 11/30/2023

 By Jerry Cornfield    News 

Smokey Bear may soon get his own vanity plate

Washington drivers could one day be carrying Smokey Bear's image and message on their license plates to help reduce the number of wildfires started by people. An effort launched... — Updated 11/30/2023


High tide against the seawall | Through Your Lens

High tide waves crashing into the seawall along Olympic Beach are always a sight to see. Lee Lageschulte captured this shot Thursday, Nov. 23.... — Updated 11/30/2023

 By Daniel Johnson    News

Edmonds Waterfront Center, Mountlake Terrace Senior Center join forces

After months of working together to reboot the Mountlake Terrace Senior Center (Lake Ballinger Center), the Edmonds Waterfront Center and the Lake Ballinger Center have entered into... — Updated 11/30/2023


More pie: Johnny Mo's now open at Main Street Commons

Johnny Mo's Pizzeria opened for business at noon today, Nov. 21 after an invitation-only evening for family and friends Nov. 20. Known for its New York- (thin crust) and... — Updated 11/30/2023

 By Jerry Cornfield    News 

New sheriff: 'People feel less safe than they did just four years ago'

From an early age, Susanna Johnson wanted to be a cop. At 22, she got her dream job with the sheriff's department in Washington's third most populous county. In a few weeks, Johnson... — Updated 11/30/2023


Holiday Tree Lighting brightens Edmonds

The annual Holiday Tree Lighting at Centennial Plaza in Edmonds Saturday, Nov. 25, packed 'em in, as it does every year. Who wouldn't want to be on hand for the Maplewood Jazz... — Updated 11/30/2023


Making merry on 220th | Through Your Lens

Local photographer Bob Sears came across Kelly Ajer as she was setting up her Christmas lawn display on 220th Street SW for the upcoming holidays. Got your own displays? Send to... — Updated 11/30/2023


Public invited to comment on the City's 20-year plan

By 2044, the City of Edmonds is projected to add about 13,000 residents, 9,000 new housing units and 3,000 new jobs. As part of the "Everyone's Edmonds" comprehensive plan update,... — Updated 11/30/2023


Civic Roundtable hosts ESD superintendent

In addition to its monthly presentations, Edmonds Civic Roundtable is now offering what it hopes will be the first of many discussions on timely topics in a smaller setting. An... — Updated 11/30/2023

 By Michael Denton    News 

Thanks for supporting WINGO fundraiser

The Rotary Club of Edmonds Daybreakers held its second WINGO (Wine and bingo) fundraiser at the Edmonds Yacht Club on Oct. 26, and we would feel remiss if we did not thank the many... — Updated 11/30/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News 

Puget Sound Bird Fest moving to new month

The Puget Sound Bird Fest, traditionally held in September, is moving to a new month in 2024, according to the City of Edmonds, which holds the popular event. It will be held June... — Updated 11/30/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News 

Election results certified; no change for Edmonds

Results from Washington state's 2023 general election have been certified, and the results for Edmonds are essentially the same as after the first count Nov. 7. The numbers show tha... — Updated 11/30/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News 

City: The Burlington site part of the plan

The City of Edmonds pushed back on Tuesday night. Amid a barrage of citizen complaints from councilmembers and citizens (see pages 4 and 5 of this issue) who question the City's... — Updated 11/30/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News 

Jewelry stores making changes, but not closing

There's been some maneuvering among jewelry stores over the past few months. You may have noticed. Cline Jewelers, a fixture on Fifth Avenue South since 1980, recently moved to... — Updated 11/30/2023

 By Theresa Hollis    News

Should Edmonds go into commercial property development? | Guest View

The City may become a commercial property developer. What could possibly go wrong? Commercial property development is complex, expensive, and highly risky. It is also sometimes... — Updated 11/28/2023


Nearly 300,000 stuffing onto ferries for Thanksgiving

Carve out some extra time if your Thanksgiving travel plans include a state ferry ride. In addition to the long vehicle lines over holiday weekends, all passengers should prepare... — Updated 11/26/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

3 visions for Landmark Site

The City of Edmonds on Saturday rolled out three of its proposed designs for the Landmark Site at the southeast end of Highway 99, a space anchored by Burlington. But it's not... — Updated 11/26/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

School zone cameras to cost $25,000 a month

School zone camera equipment designed to catch speeders have been installed at four school zones in Edmonds. They are scheduled to be turned on in January once construction and... — Updated 11/26/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

3 visions for Landmark Site

Note: This story has been updated to reflect the correct dates of council discussion and voting. The City of Edmonds on Saturday rolled out three of its proposed designs for the... — Updated 11/26/2023

 By Beacon Staff    News

State audit: Public Facilities District deficient in financial reporting

The State Auditor's Office, in a report released Thursday covering Jan. 1, 2022, to Dec. 31, 2022, found that the Edmonds Public Facilities District (PFD) did not have adequate... — Updated 11/23/2023


Angela Bishop is the new director of philanthropy at Homage

Homage has named Angela Bishop its new director of philanthropy. Bishop brings nearly a dozen years of nonprofit leadership experience, having served as executive director at four d... — Updated 11/21/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Niles Peacock to represent USA Pizza in Parma, Italy

When Edmonds' Niles Peacock enters a pizza contest he usually wins. He'd done it again, as his My Hot Date pie won the grand prize at the recent Galbani Professionale US Pizza Cup C... — Updated 11/21/2023


Rep. Rick Larsen supports adding district court in Mount Vernon

The U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed H.R. 786, bipartisan legislation introduced by Reps. Rick Larsen, Suzan DelBene,and Tony Gonzalez (Texas) that would add Mount... — Updated 11/21/2023

 By Beacon Staff    News

EPA closes Lynnwood sewage sludge incinerator

The City of Lynnwood will shut down its sewage sludge incinerator (SSI) at its wastewater treatment plant no later than May 31. On Monday, the Lynnwood City Council authorized... — Updated 11/21/2023


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