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Improperly placed pots caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage to three boats in 2017.
One way to prevent drownings is to teach kids to swim, and a health agency will cover the cost.
A safe-parking program at an Edmonds church offers some comfort to those living in their vehicles.
More than 40 locations offer food at no cost for those 18 and younger
Bill Akers of Premera Blue Cross and nine other Gonzaga Prep “Tag Brothers” inspired the movie.
The new business on Main Street is half seafood store, half quick-service restaurant.
The Rotary Club of Alderwood-Terrace names an Educator of the Month for the Edmonds School District each month during the school year. Jenica Valdivia, a… Continue reading
Washington State Ferries are a floating food court of favorites from all over the state.
The woman was struck Saturday evening on the tracks near the Edmonds ferry terminal.
Police were trying to figure out how it happened. The truck also took out a utility pole.
The fatality near the Edmonds terminal shut down ferry operations overnight.
Summer ferry schedules start June 24. Washington State Ferries plans to post its “best times” for travel soon. Based on last year’s summer’s tips (which… Continue reading
The Edmonds Senior Center held its “Flight to the Future” gala dinner and auction on May 5 at the Historic Flight Foundation. The sold-out event… Continue reading
The father and son have more in common than great memories of hiking, fishing and camping.
The Edmonds Arts Commission presents two art exhibits by Edmonds students. Edmonds-Woodway High School students Tina Masoum, Hannah Wechsler and Lukas Mraz created “Protect Our… Continue reading
June is Orca Month in Washington. Throughout the month you can find pop-up presentations about our Southern Resident orca friends on Washington State Ferry routes… Continue reading
Taking an RV on the ferry this summer? Pulling a trailer? You may be interested in this factoid. (Whether it’s a fun fact likely depends… Continue reading
Edmonds resident Keva Vaughan-McMorrow is the first woman ever to be selected for a second time by the Washington State Music Teachers Association as a… Continue reading
The Hazel Miller Foundation awarded $250,000 to the city of Mountlake Terrace for the new Ballinger Park Playground. The grant was in addition to $146,000… Continue reading
This year’s Edmonds Arts Festival poster features “At the Beach” by Renton artist Ned Mueller.