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 By Brian Soergel    News    December 5, 2019 

Men on the menu: Desmond, Shubert and more pose in undies for benefit calendar

If you've ever wondered what your favorite Edmonds restaurateurs look like in underwear, wonder no more. But, no worries, it's all very family friendly, and for an exceptional cause. Twelve local...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    December 5, 2019 

Edmonds Chamber CEO Greg Urban in a recount

Edmonds Chamber of Commerce CEO and President Greg Urban will have to wait a little longer to see if he succeeds in his bid to win a six-year term as South County Fire Regional Fire Authority...

 

Mayor-elect Mike Nelson announces transition team

Councilmember Mike Nelson, who defeated fellow councilmember Neil Tibbott in the general election and will become Edmonds' next mayor, has announced his transition team. "With the passing of the...

 
 By Wendy Kendall    News    December 5, 2019 

Final report from Library Friends book sale

The 37th Friends of the Edmonds Library annual book sale in October did not disappoint. The Frances Anderson Center gym was yet again delightfully full of donated books, DVDs, and CDs in a wide...

 

Public invited to Mayor Earling's farewell reception Dec. 12

Dave Earling will complete his second term as Edmonds mayor Dec. 31, and the public is invited to join City staff at a reception in his honor as they bid him farewell and thank him for his service to...

 

Dining event to benefit Gambia project

The Edmonds Rotary’s “Dine & Donate” event Dec. 9 at Salt & Iron will benefit its “Bridge to Success – Science Education in Rural Gambia” project. Salt & Iron owner Shubert Ho will donate 20% of profits from dinner (4 p.m.-close) to the...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    December 5, 2019 

Esperance fIreworks ban coming in 2021

Although fireworks are already banned in the City of Edmonds, they have continued to be allowed – for three hours a year – in Esperance, which has an Edmonds mailing address but is part of...

 

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....

 

Man walks to police station to report he's stabbed his father

Just before 3 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 21, a 24-year-old Edmonds man walked to the Edmonds Police Department, picked up the phone at an outside callbox, and said he killed his father. Officers received...

 

From scratch: Meadowdale graduate finds his niche with baking bread

Edmonds has a best-kept secret bakery. It pops up in plain sight most Saturdays in Perrinville, at Olympic View Drive and 76th Avenue West. It's there where, under two 10-foot-by-10-foot market...

 

Here are the next steps on Dayton Street improvements

Following the completion of paving and striping on Dayton Street between Third and Fifth avenues south this fall, the City of Edmonds says it’s been working with the contractor and the public to identify ways to accelerate the schedule and...

 

Underway: Simulating an emergency

Cmdr. Emily Bassett of Edmonds, USS Gerald R. Ford's (CVN 78) reactor officer, responds to a simulated casualty during a dual medical response team training in Ford's officer wardroom. The training...

 

Teenager sentenced to 10 years in killing of Gala Zuehlke

A teenager convicted of shooting and killing a 17-year-old former Edmonds-Woodway High School student was sentenced to 10 years in prison last week in Snohomish County Superior Court. Timothy Puller,...

 

Robberies, warrants, crashes | Police Beat

Nov. 5 Robbery Subject forces his way into residence and demands money from victim. Additionally subject trespasses in neighboring backyard. 21400 block 84th Ave. W. Bump Reporting party claimed...

 

Wanted: Sister City chaperones for Hekinan trip

Edmonds Sister City Commission is accepting applications for educators interested in co-leading a trip to the Sister City of Hekinan, Japan, during the last two weeks of July 2020. Chaperones stay...

 

Edmonds Mayor-elect Mike Nelson announces transition team

Councilmember Mike Nelson, who defeated fellow councilmember Neil Tibbott in the general election and will become Edmonds' next mayor, has announced his transition team. "With the passing of the baton...

 

Holiday Tree Lighting in Edmonds

The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce's annual Holiday Tree Lighting on Saturday, Nov. 30, drew hundreds to Centennial Plaza. See more pictures on Edmonds Beacon's Facebook page, and a story in this...

 

Is city's parking problem real or imagined?

If there's one thing Edmonds citizens have an opinion on, it's downtown parking. But the results of a new survey show that not everyone agrees parking is a problem. It could simply come down to whethe...

 

It was a one-clap thunder

Thunder, feel the thunder Lightning and the thunder# – "Thunder," Imagine Dragons All around Edmonds, lights flickered. The cable flatlined. Then the boom, the thunderclap that shook homes from the...

 

Not just straws: Single-use plastics ban effective Jan. 1

Starting Jan. 1, it will be illegal in the city of Edmonds for any restaurant, café, grocery store, coffee shop, cafeteria, or other food service business to sell or provide for consumption, on or of...

 

Mayor: Sound Transit won't be using ArtWorks parking lot

Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling has made it clear: Sounds Transit will not consider the ArtWorks parking lot as part of its plan for potential access improvements it says would best meet its goal of...

 

Edmonds Marsh daylighting project awarded $450,000 for design work

The City of Edmonds has received a notice of an award of $450,000 in grant funding from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation's (NFWF) National Coastal Resiliency Fund to further design of the...

 

Tax increase, Swedish update | City Briefs

Yes to EMS increase; no to property tax increase The Edmonds City Council on Nov. 19 voted to increase the emergency medical services (EMS) property tax levy by 1%. The average cost per residence is estimated at $2.23 a year. At the same time,...

 

Ferries hosts first virtual community meetings

Washington State Ferries is hosting a round of community meetings through a new online webinar in order to share the latest information and engage people in ferry-served communities from Tacoma to...

 

City hires new state legislative lobbyist

After several years of service by Olympia lobbyist Jennifer Ziegler, who is cutting back her workload in 2020, Mayor Dave Earling has hired Olympia-based Debora Munguia to provide government...

 

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