Edmonds

Sherlock Holmes’ ‘Jersey Lily’ mystery blends fact with fiction

Elementary, my dear Watson, this Edmonds Driftwood Players play is not what you think it is.

Waterfront disconnect; Edmonds roadway stirs online outrage

Many people are unhappy about the Waterfront Connector, a proposed emergency route over stopped trains.

Infusion of federal money propels Meadowdale Beach project

The work aims to revive shoreline habitat and make it easier for people to reach the beach.

Fireworks ban sought for south Snohomish County

Fire officials want to outlaw personal fireworks on the outskirts of Everett, Lynnwood and Edmonds.

Nicole Geer’s listening skills once netted her a $500 tip

Accounting wasn’t a good fit for this “super-friendly” person, so she switched to bartending.

Edmonds festival to spotlight the art of poetry for first time

The 62-year-old Edmonds Arts Festival returns Friday through Sunday at the Frances Anderson Center.

Woman sentenced for giving haircut to fugitive killer

Ryley McGhie helped a man hide from police after he told her he was wanted for a shooting in Edmonds.

Woman allegedly attacked Edmonds motel worker with hatchet

She said she wanted a refund, according to a police report. Instead, she was arrested.

Rick Steves to give $1 million yearly to stop climate change

“If we are in the travel business, we are contributing to the destruction of our environment,” he said.

Traffic stop turns into short, high-speed fleeing, dog track

A driver backed into an Edmonds cop’s SUV, then crashed. A police dog found him hiding in a tree.

Judge lowers bail for suspect in 1972 killing to $750,000

But there are stricter release conditions for Terrence Miller, who is accused of killing Jody Loomis.

Dr. Suzanne Poppema’s horse, Lochinvar takes a treat from her hand, Friday at a Snohomish riding facility where she keeps him and rides him regularly. Poppema, 71, was an abortion provider before retiring five years ago. She has been a long-time advocate for womens’ access to abortion. She is worried about rights currently threatened. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Then and now, Edmonds doctor a defender of abortion rights

Some states’ strict laws worry Dr. Suzanne Poppema, who performed the procedure for 20-plus years.

Dr. Suzanne Poppema’s horse, Lochinvar takes a treat from her hand, Friday at a Snohomish riding facility where she keeps him and rides him regularly. Poppema, 71, was an abortion provider before retiring five years ago. She has been a long-time advocate for womens’ access to abortion. She is worried about rights currently threatened. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

An urban oasis in Edmonds is getting a facelift

Esperance park will be closed for the next four to five months while it undergoes renovations.

Jamie Boyd (left), a second grader at College Place Elementary School, carefully places seeds with her mom, Larissa Boyd, and sister, Kalliope Boyd, during a recent planting party. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Farm to table, garden to classroom

Students at College Place Elementary School learn to grow their own food.

Jamie Boyd (left), a second grader at College Place Elementary School, carefully places seeds with her mom, Larissa Boyd, and sister, Kalliope Boyd, during a recent planting party. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Dumpling Generation rivals Seattle’s finest for steamed dishes

The Edmonds restaurant specializes in handmade dumplings and noodles of northeastern China.

Memorial for noted photographer Mary Randlett set for Sunday

Randlett began photographing major Northwest artists and writers in 1949.

Stefan Torres, a Swedish Edmonds nurse known as “Nurse Stefan” in social media circles for his videos, is the UW Bothell Alumni of the Year. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Videographer ‘Nurse Stefan’ is back in the limelight

Popular YouTuber Stefan Torres, a Swedish/Edmonds nurse, is named UW Bothell Alumni of the Year.

Stefan Torres, a Swedish Edmonds nurse known as “Nurse Stefan” in social media circles for his videos, is the UW Bothell Alumni of the Year. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

After 40 years in fire service, South County chief retires

Bruce Stedman responded to the L.A. riots and the Oso mudslide. Now he’ll focus on health and family.

See two artists’ impressionistic landscapes at Edmonds gallery

Painters Scott Gellatly and C.A. Pierce are featured in “Interpretive Landscapes” at Cole Gallery.

Fast-growing 85°C opens second bakery-cafe in south county

85°C Bakery Cafe opened in Lynnwood in 2017. Now it has another location 4 miles away in Edmonds.