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Mayor Mike Nelson said the city council-confirmed candidate omitted information on his application.
The controversial vote followed an hour of public comment and multiple calls to delay the decision.
Housing Hope is exploring locations with the Edmonds School District and Edmonds Lutheran Church.
He currently serves as chief of police for the Sauk-Suiattle Police Department near Darrington.
A new moratorium halts the subdivision of land that has more than eight trees per 10,000 square feet.
Landslide hazard regulations drew scrutiny at a public meeting this week on BSRE’s longtime proposal.
The winners of the Youth Poetry Slam Competition will perform live at the Edmonds Center for the Arts on Dec. 3.
A suspicious vehicle call quickly turned into a dangerous situation for the responding officers.
First-graders were to start a hybrid schedule on Monday, but teachers say the district is not ready.
Edmonds College and Everett Community College report increases of workers interested in education.
Crews will work overnight, on a weekend, where Sound Transit’s rail line will cross the freeway.
Sherman Pruitt, a police chief candidate and person of color, was interrupted three times.
Hours before being found guilty, Terrence Miller died of a gunshot wound — the same cause of death for Jody Loomis.
Virtual visits are helping Providence and Compass Health see more patients safely and promptly.
Winning teams from six cities took home $75,000 in prize money. One winner built a better still.
Terrence Miller, 78, apparently took his own life as jurors in his cold-case murder trial were reaching a verdict.
Her father, 36, was reportedly putting the gun away when it fired through a wall.
Jurors are deliberating the fate of Terrence Miller, 78, who is accused of killing Jody Loomis, then 20.
World music performer Eli Rosenblatt kicks off the annual event for children and their families with a free show.
The iconic theater has endured since 1923, and is hanging on during the pandemic.