Edmonds

100 women x $100 donations = $10,000 to make a difference

The 100 Women Who Care movement has a new local chapter and money to give to a nonprofit.

Via video monitor, Terrence Miller, a retiree living in the Edmonds area, pleaded not guilty to the first-degree murder of Jody Loomis in 1972, during his arraignment at Snohomish County Courthouse on Monday, April 15, 2019 in Everett, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

77-year-old suspect in 1972 homicide pleads not guilty

DNA led detectives to Terrence Miller, who is charged with killing Jody Loomis, 20, 47 years ago.

Via video monitor, Terrence Miller, a retiree living in the Edmonds area, pleaded not guilty to the first-degree murder of Jody Loomis in 1972, during his arraignment at Snohomish County Courthouse on Monday, April 15, 2019 in Everett, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

DNA on a boot leads to arrest in 1972 murder of Jody Loomis

Detectives searched for her killer for 47 years. This week they arrested an Edmonds-area man who is 77.

A musical comedy about the Addams family tackles modern crises

Edmonds Driftwood Players’ production of “The Addams Family” focuses on Wednesday’s love life.

Exhibit highlights artists’ love for Pacific Northwest trees

“Woodland Reverie: The Art of Helen Loggie” at Cascadia Art Museum is showing through June 30.

Sixth-graders at College Place Elementary School read notes that were written to accompany blankets the students were planning to give out to people experiencing homelessness. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

School lesson reveals unexpected face of homelessness

It inspired the sixth-grade class’s legacy project — Blankets of Hope — at College Place Elementary.

Sixth-graders at College Place Elementary School read notes that were written to accompany blankets the students were planning to give out to people experiencing homelessness. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)
A forensic artist reconstructed the face of a man found dead Nov. 10, in Yost Park in Edmonds. (Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office)

New drawing, DNA sleuthing give hope in Edmonds cold case

A likeness based on the man’s skull aims to generate tips. DNA has led to promising leads.

A forensic artist reconstructed the face of a man found dead Nov. 10, in Yost Park in Edmonds. (Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office)

Once again, state rules for school levies are up for debate

Democratic lawmakers are looking to ease restrictions to allow districts to collect more money.

Edmonds sign saga: Locals chime in on ferry, seagull, font

“Don’t use cursive lettering … kids can’t read that anymore.”

Lynnwood drops plan to convert a motel into family housing

The cost of buying the Rodeo Inn on Highway 99 was too steep, officials said.

Passengers catch an Uber after arriving at Paine Field Friday. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)
Passengers catch an Uber after arriving at Paine Field Friday. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Whidbey shipbuilder wants a shot at the next ferry contract

Nichols Brothers has been a subcontractor. The state might extend a deal with Portland-based Vigor.

At his home in Edmonds in 2008, Chris Wedes, 80, had transformed himself into the popular clown Julius Pierpont “J.P.” Patches. Wedes was battling cancer, which took his life four years later on July 22, 2012. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

‘Funny dudes’ J.P. and Gertrude may soon be seen in traffic

Patches Pals will get a chance to display their favorite clown on license plates if bill’s approved.

At his home in Edmonds in 2008, Chris Wedes, 80, had transformed himself into the popular clown Julius Pierpont “J.P.” Patches. Wedes was battling cancer, which took his life four years later on July 22, 2012. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Man acquitted in Edmonds stabbing of two roommates

Marco Vincente Dominguez was released after the trial ended.

Higher fares sought to cover $143 million for hybrid ferries

House Dems propose a 6 percent hike this fall plus surcharge increase in the transportation budget.

Get lucky — or not — at these top-winning lottery stores

Powerball jackpot is $750 million. “It’s “all about the anticipation,” says Everett winner of $190,000.

A new Edmonds law requires gun owners to keep firearms locked up and inaccessible to others, especially children. (Wikimedia Commons) 20190122

Judge: Suit challenging Edmonds gun-storage law can proceed

The ordinance, which requires that firearms be locked up, took effect Thursday.

A new Edmonds law requires gun owners to keep firearms locked up and inaccessible to others, especially children. (Wikimedia Commons) 20190122
Members of Edmonds Lutheran Church congregation gathered last June as the first Blokable unit is placed on church grounds. The project will bring low-income housing to the city. The church, which also hosts a community dinner each week, is one of a handful of faith-based organizations in Edmonds that provides almost all of the supportive services for homeless Edmonds residents. (Lizz Giordano / Herald File)

‘Hidden homelessness’ surprises Edmonds council members

An analysis estimates there are 230 residents unhoused, and the city provides no services for them.

Members of Edmonds Lutheran Church congregation gathered last June as the first Blokable unit is placed on church grounds. The project will bring low-income housing to the city. The church, which also hosts a community dinner each week, is one of a handful of faith-based organizations in Edmonds that provides almost all of the supportive services for homeless Edmonds residents. (Lizz Giordano / Herald File)

Edmonds CC student Lazarus Hart excels in and out of class

Hart and two others are named to All-Washington Academic Team of top scholars from community colleges.

Pedestrian hit, killed on Highway 99 in Edmonds

He was crossing near 236th Street SW when a vehicle struck him Monday evening.