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 By Brian Soergel    News 

Edmonds chamber president is leaving after 8 years

Edmonds Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Greg Urban announced last week that he is leaving the city after eight years. He will also be giving up his position as fire... — Updated 5/27/2022

 By Brian Soergel    News

'No camping' ordinance passes on a 5-2 vote

The result was never in doubt. The Edmonds City Council on Tuesday passed the so-called "no camping" ordinance on a 5-2 vote, with Susan Paine and Laura Johnson voting no. Vivian... — Updated 5/26/2022

 By Jasper Willson    News

'Deeply Rooted' exhibit celebrates Floretum's 100th anniversary

The Edmonds Floretum Garden Club has made a lot of history in 100 years. A slice of that history is now on display at the Edmonds Historical Museum, currently offering an exhibit in... — Updated 5/26/2022

 By David Pan    News

Plane crash drill: Preparing for the worst at Paine Field

It's a scenario no one wants to think about. A commercial airplane with 35 passengers and crew accelerates for takeoff from Paine Field. Without warning, a flock of birds flies... — Updated 5/26/2022


Has spring finally sprung? | Through Your Lens

Local photographer Bob Sears was out and about on a sunny Monday, a welcome respite from Sunday's all-day rain and showers. "I stopped at Marina Beach on an absolutely gorgeous... — Updated 5/26/2022


Free booklet on Edmonds Cemetery now available

The Board for the Edmonds Memorial Cemetery recently published a 30-page educational booklet titled "A Place of Tradition: Edmonds Memorial Cemetery and Columbarium," compiled by... — Updated 5/26/2022


Man dies after medical emergency at Port of Edmonds

A man who died at the Port of Edmonds marina on Saturday was secured in an elevated seat, 15 feet up and working on the mast of a sailboat, when he experienced a medical emergency... — Updated 5/26/2022


Foundation celebrates National Police Week

Edmonds Police Foundation helped celebrate National Police Week with goody bags for our Edmonds Police Department officers and staff. No one is excluded. The K-9 unit, Hobbs and... — Updated 5/26/2022


They didn't get away | Through Your Lens

Lisa Epstein of Edmonds sent us these pictures of herself and her husband, OClaire Enstad, showing their big catches on an epic bass fishing adventure in Eastern Washington... — Updated 5/26/2022


VFW Buddy Poppy, and Memorial Day in Edmonds

For the first time since 2019, due to the COVID pandemic, Edmonds Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8870 will distribute the Buddy Poppy as part of its Memorial Day observances to... — Updated 5/26/2022


Get involved – City debuts environmental services portal

Residents can visit the new environmental services portal on the City of Edmonds website to discover resources and opportunities to get involved with environmental-focused projects... — Updated 5/26/2022


A look back at Edmonds' past | Through Your Lens

Here's a picture of the old Brackett & Roscoe Bros. delivery wagon in 1911. It came from Edmonds historian Betty Gaeng, who now lives in Alaska. "It looks as if the photo was... — Updated 5/26/2022


A windy low tide | Through Your Lens

Lots of kids and parents made it out to Edmonds' tide flats last week during a super low tide. It was also very windy, but that didn't stop the exploring. Remember: Edmonds beaches... — Updated 5/26/2022

 By Neely Stratton    News 

It's back: Verdant ready to help promote local health

The Verdant Community Wellness Center is back in business and ready to serve south Snohomish County residents. And more than 120 people came to celebrate its reopening, which featur... — Updated 5/26/2022

 By Jasper Willson    News 

Al Compaan recognized at Edmonds' 2021 Citizen of the Year ceremony

With over 40,000 residents, it's not always easy to choose just one person to be the Edmonds Citizen of the Year. But for 2021, past Kiwanis Club President Juliana Van Buskirk says... — Updated 5/26/2022

 By Daphne Xia    News 

Boosting the arts in Edmonds – and the economy

A plan almost 20 years in the making to turn part of Fourth Avenue North into a pedestrian-friendly street – including shops and restaurants with a focus on the creative arts ... — Updated 5/26/2022


Pirates, dog food, he shed | Police Beat

May 12 You get it all Verbal dispute between couple who is going through a divorce. 23600 block 78th Place W. Dream couple Male and female shoplifted from store and fled in a vehicl... — Updated 5/18/2022


Take the pledge for Safe Boating Week

Recreational boating is a popular pastime in Washington. In fact, several hundred thousand Washington residents own at least one canoe, kayak, rowboat, personal watercraft, stand... — Updated 5/18/2022


Get ready: New ORCA card system begins this week

Starting this week, hundreds of thousands of ORCA transit customers across the Puget Sound region will have access to a new website, smartphone app, and real-time value loading for... — Updated 5/18/2022


New growth on the eight oaks | Through Your Lens

The eight oak trees at Main and Fifth are ready for your viewing pleasure. Plus, you can always see what time of day it is.... — Updated 5/18/2022


A windy low tide | Through Your Lens

Lots of kids out exploring the tide flats with 55 mph winds, writes Lee Lageschulte on Wednesday. "But at least the sun is out," she added. Hang on to your hats.... — Updated 5/18/2022

 By Brian Soergel    News

'No camping' ordinance passes in Edmonds

The Edmonds City Council on Tuesday passed the so-called "no camping" ordinance on a 5-2 vote, with Laura Johnson and Susan Paine voting no. Vivian Olson, Will Chen, Neil Tibbott,... — Updated 5/17/2022

 By Brian Soergel    News

Installation calls attention to missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

As part of the Week of Remembrance for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, Edmonds Lutheran Church on May 4 set up an installation as part of an international movement... — Updated 5/17/2022

 By Brian Soergel    News

Inaugural Edmonds Jazz Walk kicks off with free dance

The Edmonds-Woodway High School Jazz Band kicks off the inaugural Edmonds Jazz Walk with a free dance performance at the Edmonds Waterfront Center 6-9 p.m. Friday, May 20. The... — Updated 5/17/2022


Compassionate enforcement aims to save lives | Letter to the Editor

Like many of our community members, I was shocked, dismayed, and disappointed when the City of Edmonds administration, Human Services, and Police Department introduced the first ver... — Updated 5/17/2022


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