Edmonds offers up to $1,000 in COVID aid for bills or food

Those earning less than 60% of the median income are eligible for rent and grocery money and more.

Cascadia museum’s videos keep art alive during the quarantine

Virtual Visits, on the museum’s exhibits, and Studio Cascadia, with art teacher Mona Fairbanks, keep homebound art aficionados engaged.

Edmonds may fund $1,000 cash payments for coronavirus relief

If approved, residents earning under $52,000 could qualify for cash or services via nonprofits.

Man pleads guilty to bank robbery — then allegedly robs bank

The suspect was out of jail briefly to see his terminally ill mother. He didn’t return.

Edmonds waterfront road closed to make room for walkers

The city restricted vehicle access to Sunset Avenue North so walkers can stay six feet apart.

111 students from around globe stuck in Everett dorms

Many EvCC and Edmonds College students are from farflung countries and can’t “stay home.” No visitors allowed.

Gothard Sisters cook up some cozy Celtic music in the kitchen

The Edmonds trio’s weekly streaming shows feature music they don’t normally play live.

Edmonds College is the new name as school drops ‘Community’

The availability of bachelor of applied science degrees is the reason for the change, its president says.

Interim Edmonds police chief to lead department permanently

Jim Lawless will serve as chief for the foreseeable future, pending a city council confirmation.

It took a year: Swedish and 8,000 union members have a deal

It was brokered through Gov. Jay Inslee’s office with the help of an MIT labor specialist.

Are Snohomish County hospitals ready for the COVID-19 peak?

As they prepare for a wave of patients, local workers share fears and hopes for their safety.

Swedish nurses and caregivers voting virtually on new deal

New deal includes 13.5% raises over three years, $1,000 ratification bonus and benefits protections.

Closed Edmonds car lot dodged hundreds of thousands in taxes

For years, Kero’s Auto Brokers greatly underreported its sales, and how much it owed the state.

Swedish, SEIU reach tentative agreement after year of talks

The union is asking its 8,000 members to vote on the deal starting Saturday.

Governor says he could extend the two-week stay-home order

Resuming normal living too soon could enable the virus to “spring back up on us,” Jay Inslee said Thursday.

Coming: Drive-thru tests, county park limits, Edmonds order

Across Snohomish County, governments took action Sunday in response to the outbreak.

COVID-19 outbreak puts venue owners in a fight for survival

Some Snohomish County theaters and nightclubs are turning to live-streaming and online fundraisers.

Edmonds Waterfront Center asks city for help with a loan

The project needs about $2 million to cover costs for construciton, which could wrap up by the fall.