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The latest proposal by Washington State Ferries leaves open the possibility of relocating the terminal.
One flew in Europe, the other in the Pacific. A Stanwood veterans event brought them together.
An anonymous tip led police to check the H-Mart Store in Lynnwood for additional video, police said.
Snohomish County considers banning fireworks sales and use from some unincorporated areas.
David Wolin checked into the Edmonds clinic and never paid. He’s now committed fraud in four states.
The 9-year-old girl was assaulted by a stranger, described as a white man in his 50s or 60s.
Everytown for Gun Safety is providing legal services to the city as it defends a new safe storage law.
District leaders and teachers will push lawmakers for changes to stabilize budgets and avoid layoffs.
Snohomish County and cities face a mammoth task in making walkways compliant with ADA regulations.
The Edmonds man started Support 7 and aided police, firefighters and those affected by crises in south county.
Details won’t be available until a final vote. Work on Madrona K-8 School should wrap up in October.
Theaters in Edmonds and Everett give their applause to Justin Tinsley, who’s hoping to beat cancer.
Owners Carrie Dack and Rob Bobo welcome visitors to the Edmonds vintage and custom car dealership.
The company wants more time to finish its permit application, which expired earlier this year.
Photographers will interpret and photograph six themes in six hours Saturday, Sept. 8.
Seven volunteers recently helped the YWCA with its School Days backpack drive. Volunteers on Aug. 21 packed 135 backpacks with school supplies in just two… Continue reading
As recreational opportunities shrink, a local group works to preserve public access to Puget Sound.
Jeremy Day, 31, reportedly took thousands of dollars worth of items from the couple he was living with.
Proceeds from Taste Edmonds events benefited the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce.