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Getting a refresh| Through Your Lens

Local photographer Bob Sears spotted workers giving the historic Edmonds Theater a new look over the weekend. Loft Painting was in charge of the project.... — Updated 9/14/2023


Edmonds 'Locals' get a fresh cleaning | Through Your Lens

Every so often, the "Locals" need a little sprucing up. The popular sculpture on the waterfront was created by Georgia Garber, whose work includes the famous pig "Rachel" at Pike... — Updated 9/14/2023


New coffee shop coming to Edmonds

There are plenty of new businesses lining up for a home at the future Main Street Commons. Molly Moon's is already serving ice cream. Johnny Mo's Pizza is on the way. Copperpot... — Updated 9/7/2023


Edmonds PD K-9 Ace dies at age 8

The Edmonds Police Department has lost another of its K-9 officers. "With unfortunate and continued grief, the Edmonds Police Department must announce to our community that K-9 Ace... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

A new plaza for Edmonds?

You've seen the expansive lawn outside the Edmonds Center for the Arts. Perhaps you've walked your dog on it. Or simply just thought it was a lovely green space. What if the space... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Council to lobby for annexation of a slice of Meadowdale

Meadowdale residents spoke up during a recent City Council meeting. The Beacon published a letter from one of the residents. And the City is listening to their requests to be... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

UPDATED: Will Chanterelle's tomato bisque recipe be made public?

UPDATE: Ristorante Machiavelli owner Suzette Jarding says she has purchased all of Chanterelle's recipes. That includes the tomato bisque. "So I'm hoping to integrate it in the... — Updated 9/7/2023


Woof; Say what?| Police Beat

Aug. 29 Low blow Child's bike stolen off front porch. 8500 block Bowdoin Way. ID found Credit card and identification found and turned into the police department for safekeeping.... — Updated 9/7/2023


One dead after shooting at Lynndale Park

One person is dead after a shooting at Lynndale Park in Lynnwood, just east of Perrinville. On Monday, Sept. 3, at about 10 p.m., police responded to shots fired at the park.... — Updated 9/7/2023


Edmonds PD wants you: New recruiting video produced

The Edmonds Police Department has released a new recruiting video in an attempt to attract future applicants. The department has multiple officer and civilian staff positions. "We... — Updated 9/7/2023


Firefighters to host annual ceremony at 9/11 memorial

Once again, firefighters from South County Fire will host a 9/11 memorial ceremony Monday, Sept. 11, beginning at 9:11 a.m. It will be held at the Fallen Firefighter Memorial Park... — Updated 9/7/2023


Lars Helleren signs with Colorado Rapids 2

Lars Helleren, who grew up in Edmonds and graduated from King's High School, has been signed by Colorado Rapids 2 soccer team for the remainder of the 2023 MLS Next Pro league seaso... — Updated 9/7/2023


'Harry Potter: Magic at Play' coming to Bellevue

"Harry Potter: Magic at Play" makes its West Coast debut Nov. 10 at The Shops at The Bravern in Bellevue. It will have "more than 20 touchpoints of hands-on magical interactivity... — Updated 9/7/2023


Edmonds Paddle Pilgrim to speak on climate change

The Adopt a Stream Foundation presents "The Headwaters: Kayaking through Climate Change" at 2 p.m. Sept. 30 at the Northwest Stream Center in south Everett. Paddle Pilgrim David... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Edmonds Bakery celebrating 100 years

Edmonds Bakery will have its 100th anniversary celebration Sept. 9 at its location at 418 Main St. The bakery invites everyone to join in commemorating the milestone. Since 1923,... — Updated 9/5/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Snohomish County coroner takes job in Seattle

Snohomish County Medical Examiner J. Matthew Lacy will be leaving his position this fall to become chief medical examiner for King County. He will succeed Dr. Richard Harruff, who... — Updated 9/4/2023


New HAWK signal installed on Highway 99

The recently installed High-Intensity Activated Crosswalk (HAWK) signal on Highway 99 north of 234th Street was activated Aug. 30. The signal will shorten the distance between cross... — Updated 9/2/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

County seeking new agent for Edmonds licensing office

The Snohomish County Auditor's Office is looking for appointees to take on vehicle licensing duties for Edmonds-area residents. Under state law, the Washington State Department of... — Updated 8/31/2023


BoBo the dog needs help with vet bills | Letter to the Editor

On Aug. 26, BoBo the dog and his human, PJ, were allegedly intentionally struck by a motorist in Lynnwood. The Lynnwood PD has charged the motorist with animal cruelty. PJ had to... — Updated 8/31/2023 Full story

 By Chuck Wright    News

March on: Let the truth be told

Sixty years ago, well over a quarter of a million freedom marchers from red and blue states peacefully paraded to Washington, D.C. Using their First Amendment rights, people... — Updated 8/31/2023


He's woke now; free safety classes | Police & Fire Briefs

Suspected DUI wakes up, flees from police Edmonds police took a 30-year-old man from Renton into custody Aug. 22 after they found him asleep behind the wheel in the middle of a... — Updated 8/31/2023


Salary Commission meeting Tuesday, Wednesday

The City Council earlier this year reinstated the Salary Commission, which has released its remaining meeting schedule: 5 p.m. Sept. 5 and 3:30 p.m. Sept. 6 at City Hall. Several meetings have already been held. This meeting... — Updated 8/31/2023


Washington's traffic safety crisis: 750 fatalities so far this year

The Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC) and Washington State Patrol (WSP) are sounding the alarm about the state's worsening traffic safety crisis. There were 750 lives... — Updated 8/31/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Appeals court rejects Ebb Tide's arguments on walkway

The City of Edmonds has won another decision in its long attempt to complete the "missing link" of the walkway along the waterfront in front of the Ebb Tide condos. On Monday, Aug.... — Updated 8/29/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Kazoku: A new 'family' restaurant in the ID

The more than two-decade run of Sushi Moto is over, but a new sushi restaurant is now ready to make new friends. The restaurant, Kazoku, means "family" in Japanese, said owner... — Updated 8/29/2023


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