Edmonds

Welcome to Edmonds — if you can read cursive

Design for new Edmonds gateway signs gets $20,000 nod. It should be up by fall.

4 baseball games, 2 good teams: Everett CC vs. Edmonds CC

JoJo Howie won a title as a player with Everett in 2013 and is trying to do so as coach this season.

Herbicides might be used to kill milfoil in Lake Ballinger

A public workshop about environmental concerns is scheduled for May 29 in Mountlake Terrace.

Up to 45 teachers could get pink slips in Edmonds district

Assistant principals and paraeducators, too, may lose jobs as the schools face a $17.7 million hole.

Kafe Neo in Edmonds feeds a crowd with no fuss and no muss

It’s nothing fancy, but the place’s Greek food is great for takeout when you don’t want to cook.

Northpoint Recovery opened a 44-bed inpatient addiction treatment center in Edmonds this week. (Lizz Giordano/ The Herald)

44-bed addiction treatment center opens in Edmonds

So many patients at Northpoint’s Idaho facility were from this area that it decided to open one here.

Northpoint Recovery opened a 44-bed inpatient addiction treatment center in Edmonds this week. (Lizz Giordano/ The Herald)

‘Lit crawl’ draws bookworms to compete in daylong marathon

Four local bookstores took part in this year’s Seattle Independent Bookstore Day Challenge.

This big personality tends a tiny Edmonds bar

Desmond van Rensburg says people skills are as vital as mixology knowledge.

$100K bail for suspected driver in chase of homicide suspect

The Sunnyside man claimed he had been at a Starbucks in Edmonds — not fleeing police on I-5.

Genetic genealogy solves mystery of body in Edmonds park

A new technology restored a name to a man found dead in Yost Park. Foul play is not suspected.

Children get a film festival of their own in Edmonds

See 20 award-winning short animated and live-action movies at the Children’s Film Festival Seattle.

Homicide suspect arrested after high-speed chase on I-5

The wild pursuit went from Everett to Edmonds. A passenger was tied to a homicide near Yakima.

Extra cops will be looking for stoned drivers on Saturday

The event coincides with “420” day — an annual celebration of marijuana use.

Pollution prompts state to restrict shellfish harvesting

Part of Port Susan — the bay east of Camano Island — is closed, and other areas are deemed threatened.

100 women x $100 donations = $10,000 to make a difference

The 100 Women Who Care movement has a new local chapter and money to give to a nonprofit.

Via video monitor, Terrence Miller, a retiree living in the Edmonds area, pleaded not guilty to the first-degree murder of Jody Loomis in 1972, during his arraignment at Snohomish County Courthouse on Monday, April 15, 2019 in Everett, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

77-year-old suspect in 1972 homicide pleads not guilty

DNA led detectives to Terrence Miller, who is charged with killing Jody Loomis, 20, 47 years ago.

Via video monitor, Terrence Miller, a retiree living in the Edmonds area, pleaded not guilty to the first-degree murder of Jody Loomis in 1972, during his arraignment at Snohomish County Courthouse on Monday, April 15, 2019 in Everett, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

DNA on a boot leads to arrest in 1972 murder of Jody Loomis

Detectives searched for her killer for 47 years. This week they arrested an Edmonds-area man who is 77.

A musical comedy about the Addams family tackles modern crises

Edmonds Driftwood Players’ production of “The Addams Family” focuses on Wednesday’s love life.

Exhibit highlights artists’ love for Pacific Northwest trees

“Woodland Reverie: The Art of Helen Loggie” at Cascadia Art Museum is showing through June 30.

Sixth-graders at College Place Elementary School read notes that were written to accompany blankets the students were planning to give out to people experiencing homelessness. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

School lesson reveals unexpected face of homelessness

It inspired the sixth-grade class’s legacy project — Blankets of Hope — at College Place Elementary.

Sixth-graders at College Place Elementary School read notes that were written to accompany blankets the students were planning to give out to people experiencing homelessness. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)