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Sunset on Sunset | Through Your Lens

The view of the sunset from Sunset Avenue above the bluffs is one of the best around. Especially when the ferry's involved. Lee Lageschulte took this shot Thursday, June... — Updated 6/2/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News 

Housing hope coming for 52 families

Madrona Highlands, Housing Hope's first development in south Snohomish County and in partnership with Edmonds Lutheran Church, broke ground May 23 on 1.35 acres of vacant ground... — Updated 6/2/2023


UPDATED: Taki Tiki and Daphnes owners opening new businesses

Updated with the name of a restaurant. Many businesses have come and gone at 601 Fifth Ave. S. But there's some new activity, even though no dates are set for the opening of two... — Updated 6/1/2023


2 downtown apartment buildings scaled down from initial designs

Two downtown, three-story apartment buildings have been scaled down from their original drawings. The 9,889-square-foot site at 605/611 Main Street is now set to include 18 units... — Updated 6/1/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Highway 99 gateways

Edmonds' longtime plan of beautifying the 2-mile stretch of Highway 99 in city limits is coming into view, along with the expected traffic hassles for drivers. Two gateway welcome... — Updated 6/1/2023


1 dead after being struck by train in Edmonds

One person is dead after a train struck them in the 700 block of Driftwood Lane, according to Edmonds police. Officers received a 911 call and responded to the area attempting to... — Updated 6/1/2023


UPDATE: Domestic violence suspect presumed dead offshore

A domestic violence suspect is presumed dead in the water offshore from Edmonds, reports the Edmonds PD. The suspect, who police say was in a mental crisis, was on a boat two to... — Updated 6/1/2023


40th annual Memorial Day in Edmonds

The 40th annual Memorial Day ceremony was held at the Edmonds Memorial Cemetery and Columbarium. David Little sang the national anthem, while Boy Scout Troop 300 led the Pledge of... — Updated 6/1/2023


Train death; domestic violence | Police Briefs

1 dead after being struck by train One person is dead after a train struck them in the 700 block of Driftwood Lane, according to Edmonds police. Officers received a 911 call and responded to the area attempting to locate a person... — Updated 6/1/2023


Park and run; best fiend | Police Beat

May 9 On their way Property found in patrol vehicle by recruits. 200 block Fifth Ave. S. Wrong dump Illegally dumped furniture (two couches and large glass with frame) next to... — Updated 6/1/2023


Life jacket loaner stations are now open

Life jacket loaner stations are open at Lake Ballinger Waterfront Park in Mountlake Terrace and at Martha Lake County Park near Lynnwood. These self-serve stations are stocked with... — Updated 6/1/2023

 By Charley Davison    News 

New director for Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County

A longtime south Snohomish County resident took over as CEO for Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County earlier this year, leading the nonprofit's mission to prevent... — Updated 6/1/2023


Asian Service Center has open house Saturday

The Edmonds-based Asian Service Center will have an "Inaugural Ceremony" open house Saturday, June 3, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Edmonds Waterfront Center. Founded by Robert Ha,... — Updated 6/1/2023


Residents turn out for Bike to Work Day

Local residents hopped onto their bikes May 19 for national Bike to Work Day with Mayor Mike Nelson, members of the Edmonds Police Department, and City staff. Riders did not have... — Updated 6/1/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News 

Touch tank open at Olympic Beach Visitor Station

The Olympic Beach Visitor Station is one of the best places to take kids for a quick visit. It's located at the foot of the Edmonds Fishing Pier. There's no fee. The station is now... — Updated 6/1/2023


Design standards; diversity grants | City Briefs

Permanent design standards approved for Highway 99 corridor City Council members have approved an ordinance that requires a 10-foot step-back at 25 feet and a 30-foot step-back for buildings over 55 feet when next to or across the... — Updated 6/1/2023


Utility replacement project begins June 5

Construction is expected to begin on the 2023 utility replacement project Monday, June 5. It’s part of the City’s program to replace and upgrade existing water lines and sewer lines reaching the end of their useful service life... — Updated 6/1/2023


Alderwood wastewater treatment plant wins award

The Alderwood Water & Wastewater District’s Picnic Point wastewater treatment plant was recently recognized by the Washington State Department of Ecology as the recipient of the agency’s 2022 Outstanding Performance Awards for... — Updated 6/1/2023


Alderwood water district names new general manager

John McClellan is the new general manager of Lynnwood-based Alderwood Water & Wastewater District. McClellan had served as the district's interim general manager for the past... — Updated 6/1/2023


Flower baskets are out | Through Our Lens

The flower baskets are out. The City's Adopt-A-Flower Basket Program is an opportunity for businesses and citizens to make an investment in the community by adopting a flower... — Updated 6/1/2023


Port Executive Director Bob McChesney retiring

Executive Director Bob McChesney retires this week after 40 years in the port industry and, most recently, 14 years at the helm of the Port of Edmonds. McChesney started his career... — Updated 6/1/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News 

Memorial Day: Remembering sacrifices

It was a day to reflect and honor the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. On Monday, hundreds turned out for the 40th Memorial Day ceremony at the... — Updated 6/1/2023

 By Brian Soergel    News

Edmonds comes up short on wastewater honors

Each year, the Washington Department of Ecology honors statewide wastewater treatment plants with its Outstanding Performance Award for achieving excellent compliance with their... — Updated 5/30/2023

 By Jerry Cornfield    News

Ferry prices going up ... again

Traveling on one of Washington's iconic state ferries is going to get more expensive as the operator of the nation's largest ferry fleet looks to regain riders and restore service... — Updated 5/30/2023


No firearm found after report at Edmonds-Woodway

Today at 9:22 a.m., Edmonds Police responded to a report of a student in a classroom at Edmonds-Woodway High School possibly armed with a firearm. All available Edmonds officers... — Updated 5/25/2023


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