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 By Brian Soergel    News

22 years ago: 9/11 remembered in Edmonds

As she does every year, South County Fire Honor Guard bugler Debbie Dawson showed up in her crisp black uniform to play her part in the city's annual remembrance of Sept. 11. She... — Updated 9/21/2023


Goodbye to Chanterelle | Through Your Lens

Chanterelle staff, from the 1990s up to present day, gathered Tuesday, Sept. 12, to celebrate and share memories as the long-running Main Street restaurant closing after more than... — Updated 9/21/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Plot twist: Library reopening delayed through end of the year

The reopening of the Edmonds Library, previously anticipated this summer and then by the end of September, is now planned for the end of the year. That's according to Sno-Isle... — Updated 9/21/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Who should own the Edmonds Marsh?

Over strong objection from Mayor Mike Nelson, the City Council on Tuesday voted to send a letter to Gov. Jay Inslee asking for the state's support in the restoration of the Edmonds... — Updated 9/21/2023


More pavement overlay work coming to Edmonds

You may have noticed a lot more paving and roadwork on Edmonds streets lately. It's not over. The City will be paving about 1.2 lane-miles of streets at various locations... — Updated 9/16/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Former employee: 'Frustration with administration'

An important member of the City of Edmonds’ administration has resigned after less than a year. The departure of Planning Manager David Levitan was confirmed in an email from... — Updated 9/14/2023


22 years later: Edmonds remembers 9/11

Firefighter David "Bronco" Erickson was the master of ceremonies – as he is every year – at the city's annual remembrance of the victims of the 9/11 attack at the Twin Towers,... — Updated 9/14/2023


PorchFest comes alive!

The second incarnation of PorchFest, with more music, more porches, and stage at the fountain, was a hit under sunny skies in Edmonds. See more pictures on the Beacon's Facebook... — Updated 9/14/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Ristorante Machiavelli to keep tomato bisque on the menu

Let's just get this out of the way before we proceed. There will be tomato bisque at Ristorante Machiavelli, which plans to open this fall in the spot Chanterelle is vacating Sept.... — Updated 9/14/2023


Off-duty Seattle PD officer interrupts theft of his SUV on Edmonds Way

An off-duty Seattle police officer interrupted the theft of his SUV Monday at the Westwood Place apartment complex in the 9500 block of Edmonds Way. After being confronted, a suspec... — Updated 9/14/2023


Stolen alcohol; pursuit ends | Police Beat

Sept. 5 UNSUB Unknown female stole a bottle of alcohol from business 23600 block Edmonds Way. Take it with you Purse taken from unlocked vehicle, no suspect information. 7300 block... — Updated 9/14/2023


Department of Ecology releases update on Unocal cleanup site

The state Department of Ecology has released an update on the Unocal Edmonds Bulk Fuel Terminal cleanup site just south of the Edmonds Marsh. Background The Unocal terminal... — Updated 9/14/2023


Bus plan highlights: Increased frequency, security, connections

The Community Transit Board of Directors approved the agency's 2023-2028 Transit Development Plan (TDP) last week. Key initiatives Expanding service: The opening of Lynnwood Link li... — Updated 9/14/2023


Proposed utility rate increases; music performance | City Briefs

You may get a big hit in your utility rates next year – and in following years – under a proposal reviewed by the City Council's Parks and Public Works Committee on Tuesday.... — Updated 9/14/2023


Exec announces strategies to address drug use crisis

Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers has announced a set of overall goals and near-term strategies to address the impacts of the drug use crisis on Snohomish County. They were... — Updated 9/14/2023


Are buses and trains safe from drug smoke?

Although traces of fentanyl and meth can linger on public transit options in Puget Sound, health officials say riding transit remains safe and that drug levels detected on public... — Updated 9/14/2023


Watching an osprey take flight | Through Your Lens

Local photographer Bob Sears came across the Kirschten family observing an osprey at the Edmonds Marsh during last weekend's Puget Sound Bird Fest in Edmonds. The family is... — Updated 9/14/2023


Former Seattle bookstore moving to the Bowl

On Wednesday, Oct. 25, East West Books & Gifts will reopen in Edmonds at 110 Third Ave. N. The store had previously been located in Lynnwood and Bothell after moving from its... — Updated 9/13/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Looking back: E-W grads remember debut of new school

Hundreds of new students entered Edmonds-Woodway High School for the first time this week as freshmen. Twenty-five years ago this month, all students – no matter the grade – ent... — Updated 9/11/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

PorchFest 2023: Grassroots, volunteer-driven event returns for 2nd year

What would happen if a musician or group performed on their porches or lawns and people came by to listen? That's the idea behind PorchFest, a grassroots gathering of musicians and... — Updated 9/10/2023


Amtrak debuts electric bus for Cascades route

The Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and Amtrak are replacing a diesel-powered bus with an electric vehicle on the Amtrak Cascades route. Daily midday buses provide... — Updated 9/8/2023


Roadwork on Main; FixIt; Tree Board appointment | City Briefs

Head's up: Roadwork to impact traffic on Main Street The City is working to complete the final paving and reconstruction of the east decorative concrete crosswalk at Sixth Avenue... — Updated 9/7/2023


Bat tests positive for rabies in Snohomish County

The Snohomish County Health Department is urging all county residents to know and follow preventive measures for rabies after a bat in the Snohomish area tested positive Monday. The department did say exactly where the incident... — Updated 9/7/2023


Community conversation on suicide prevention

The Verdant Health Commission will host "Creating Hope & Resilience: A Community Conversation on Suicide Prevention" Saturday, Sept. 16, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the... — Updated 9/7/2023


Verdant offers $2.992 million in new funding awards

The Verdant Health Commission is investing $2,992,938 in 19 nonprofit organizations dedicated to improving community health. The fall 2023 funds were awarded through a competitive a... — Updated 9/7/2023


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