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The pay bumps would take effect as the city prepares to vote for a new mayor and council members.
Bird expert Tim Boyer’s keynote address is on “Understanding Shorebirds: The Miracle of Migration.”
A Shoreline man allegedly rammed another vessel, hurting two people, and didn’t stop to help.
The local YWCA held its first training workshop last month in Edmonds.
The City Council decided to press pause on a $100,000 parking study, with no new timeframe in sight.
He sped away from police. He crashed into another car at a QFC, killing the other driver.
A statement, written by the Tulalip Tribes, will be read after the flag salute at each meeting.
Avoiding traffic congestion can be a guessing game, but here’s what state agencies are predicting.
Robert Schillberg’s Snohomish County colleagues admired his ‘courageous’ pursuit of justice.
The Edmonds officer’s book details the struggles of a single dad on a secret task force.
Woodway and Shoreline announced a pending agreement to confront Point Wells development concerns.
The Edmonds Salary Commission’s report on city leaders’ salaries is due in late September.
The house on Bell Street symbolizes the town’s working-class roots during a period of expansion.
See underwater critters up close and watch a live video feed from the offshore depths.
He dove into the water to retrieve an item when he began having difficulties. He couldn’t be revived.
The Lynnwood suspect allegedly was also seen photographing the 4-year-old at the Edmonds Yacht Club.
Cliff Edwards has spent 46 years taking care of the final resting places of our loved ones.
Over the years, the city has scraped together $8.8 million for the Civic Field redevelopment project.
School board approved plan that counts on spending cuts and reserves to erase a projected shortfall.
Angie Rolly turned her thrift shop hobby into a mini-garden business at local farmers markets.