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Six candidates are running for three City Council seats. The Daily Herald quizzed them on housing, tree code and more.
The Madrona K-8 school building was closed Tuesday due to the outbreak. It is expected to reopen Nov. 1.
Leafline Trails Coalition, Snohomish County Transportation Coalition and others toured some trail gaps.
The state blames route cuts on COVID factors and not enough staff. The vaccine mandate is a factor.
You can see the dance company of “America’s Got Talent” fame at two shows in Edmonds on Oct. 23.
With a focus on climate change, the Snohomish County branch wants to preserve the urban tree canopy.
Slashed service could persist in Mukilteo, Edmonds and elsewhere. It’s unprecedented, officials said.
Solo artists Robert Cazimero and Kuana Torres Kahele became a duo after the pandemic hit. You can hear them Oct. 9 in Edmonds.
Duy Phuong Nguyen, 28, shot his wife’s friend, her boyfriend and his own wife at Boo Han Market in 2020.
The man, 24, was in stable condition Tuesday. The shooting is believed to be linked to a robbery attempt.
Two options before the City Council would reduce at least one vehicle lane along 100th Avenue W.
The review comes as the Edmonds mayor hopes to “mold the next generation of our police force.”
Meanwhile, the state has ended the 877-764-HERO program, whereby the public could report violators.
Connie Bigelow tried to collect insurance after setting fire to her business. Now she has to pay restitution.
The city will reduce its wastewater carbon footprint by dumping an incinerator and using new technology.
The Edmonds native was a 1st-team All-American at Gonzaga and a 1st-round NBA draft pick by the Wizards.
Plum Tree Plaza — a cultural hub for Asian Americans — burned in a three-alarm fire early Sept. 11.
The trio’s songs include one inspired by an Old West legend. You can hear them Sept. 19 in Snohomish.
In February, an appeals panel said state law pre-empts the city from enacting its own firearm rules.
Investigators were seeking tips to identify the culprit, who damaged 14 businesses on Highway 99.