Edmonds

Short plays, long laughs at Phoenix and Thumbnail theaters

Summer Shorts is a collection of 10-minute comedic plays peformed in Edmonds and Snohomish.

 

Edmonds asbestos-removal firm cited for improper handling

The state has accused Above & Beyond Asbestos Removal of multiple “willful and serious violations.”

 

Dad, mom and 3 kids escape early morning Edmonds house fire

A fire investigator said the fire started in the barbecue area of the deck.

 

EdCC Foundation awards record number of scholarships

Edmonds Community College Foundation honored its 2018-19 scholarship recipients. Pictured (from left) are Sabrina Hernandez, Jennifer Corona, Joanna Coleman, Edmonds Community College Foundation Executive Director Brad Thomas, Nedir Ziane, Kiranpreet Kaur, and Katherine Merriwether. (Contributed photo)

Edmonds concert series span the musical spectrum

The free performances at City Park and Hazel Miller Plaza run from July 15 to Aug. 26.

Two theater companies offer Shakespeare in the park

The free performances will take place in Lynnwood, Edmonds and Lake Stevens.

Edmonds shooting might be tied to gang activity

The confrontation sent a 17-year-old Shoreline boy to the hospital.

Edmonds will consider new law requiring safe storage of guns

Under the proposal, gun owners could face fines ranging from $500 to $10,000.

Edmonds mobile home park clubhouse fire sends 1 to hospital

The fire caused damage to nearby mobile homes off Edmonds Way and 232nd Street SW.

Family inspires this self-taught artist

The Edmonds-Woodway senior loves art, but will probably study nursing in college.

Free Sound Transit parking is getting costlier in Edmonds

Rent is rising 13 percent for spots Sound Transit leases near the Edmonds Sounder Station.

17-year-old expected to survive after shooting in Edmonds

The suspects being sought are described as teens: 1 white male and 3 light-skinned black males.

Man clocked by rock, has phone stolen

He needed about five stitches above his left eye.

There’s a new kind of home on the Blok

Prefabricated structures offer more options for affordable housing.

Railroad bridge would help fish habitat — but at a high cost

BNSF is happy to help restore an estuary at Lund’s Gulch, but it would cost the county $16 million.

This World War II sailor turned a century old on the Fourth

Edgar Shepherd survived a ship sinking in the Pacific, so he took a pass on whitewater rafting.

Fire fighters arrest a three alarm fire on 80th Ave W Tuesday afternoon in Edmonds on July 3, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Seven people displaced by Edmonds apartment-building fire

Video: At least three units sustained damage from smoke and fire, but no injuries were reported.

Fire fighters arrest a three alarm fire on 80th Ave W Tuesday afternoon in Edmonds on July 3, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Sewer, water main replacements close Shelby Road

Construction will continue throughout the summer and into the fall at different points.

800 canceled ferry sailings due to tangled crab pot lines

Improperly placed pots caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage to three boats in 2017.

Tamia Reese reacts during swim safety lessons Thursday afternoon at the Lynnwood Recreation Center. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Here’s where kids can learn an essential life skill — for free

One way to prevent drownings is to teach kids to swim, and a health agency will cover the cost.

Tamia Reese reacts during swim safety lessons Thursday afternoon at the Lynnwood Recreation Center. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)