Edmonds

3 choices: How Swift, light rail should hook up in Shoreline

Do you prefer the 185th street corridor, the Aurora Transit Center or decongestion?

Edmonds girl, 4, has beauty that’s ‘more than skin deep’

Harper Foy was born with harlequin ichthyosis, a skin condition that’s 1 in 500,000. She’s a fighter.

Swedish and SEIU back to bargaining after three-day strike

Emotions are still high after the walkout. Both sides exchanged offers through a federal mediator.

Bond ballot measures are failing in several school districts

Many levies are falling short, too, as nine districts Tuesday sought supplemental funding from voters.

Edmonds nears phase 1 of renovations to crash-prone Highway 99

Since 2014, the roadway’s collision rate was more than three times higher than the state average.

Edmonds School District is asking voters for $696 million

The $600 million bond and $96 million levy would add new schools, replace others and boost security.

Truck and train collide in Edmonds, 82-year-old man injured

He was alert and speaking with officers before he was taken to Harborview Medical Center.

Strike at Swedish is over, but contract dispute is not

The health care provider says replaced strikers will return to work by Sunday. The union calls it a lockout.

After 44 rounds of voting, Edmonds has a new council member

Community Transit spokesperson Luke Distelhorst will fill a council seat vacated by Mayor Mike Nelson.

Computer-scientist-turned-singer to play lead role in opera

Edmonds Community College student Enjie Lian will perform in “Wilde Tales,” staging Feb. 8-9 in Seattle.

Edmonds’ Wonton Noodle House serves authentic Chinese fare

The restaurant on Highway 99 serves a dizzying variety of appetizers, soups and house specials.

Kidstock! offers a day of free fun for families in Edmonds

See “kindie” rock groups, Mexican dancers and Japanese drummers at the eighth annual event.

Rico Baumgardt, a 21-year-old au pair from Germany, plays with year-old Owen Hertl as Owen’s sister, Bianca, 4, creates artwork at a kid-size table in the Hertl family’s Edmonds home Monday. Next month, Baumgardt will return home after a year with the family. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

In Edmonds home, German au pair became as close as family

“We really are forever changed,” says mother of two whose baby son needs tube feeding and extra care.

Rico Baumgardt, a 21-year-old au pair from Germany, plays with year-old Owen Hertl as Owen’s sister, Bianca, 4, creates artwork at a kid-size table in the Hertl family’s Edmonds home Monday. Next month, Baumgardt will return home after a year with the family. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Swedish Edmonds nurses and caregivers begin 3-day walkout

Fill-in workers crossed picket lines Tuesday and are costing Swedish $11 million.

Three-day strike at Swedish Edmonds starts Tuesday morning

The health care provider is spending a total of $11 million on fill-in workers across each campus.

Community sports roundup: Everett Jets FC to join men’s league

The Jets will join Snohomish County FC Steelheads in the Evergreen Premier League.

Inclusive playground planned for $13 million Edmonds park

A mother’s wish to honor her son inspires wheelchair-accessible equipment at future Civic Park.

Swedish nurses, caregivers prepare to strike in Edmonds

The healthcare provider is flying in thousands of workers to fill in during the three-day protest.

Sheriff reinstates deputy who was fired over fatal shooting

Sheriff Adam Fortney said his predecessor erred when he concluded Deputy Art Wallin violated policy.

Ferry ridership drops due to snow, construction and options

Washington State Ferries saw a 3.2% decrease in 2019. A big factor was a February snowstorm.

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