Edmonds

The mayor’s flashy parade car is more than a patriotic ride

Grateful for citizenship, he offers his 1958 Mercedes-Benz convertible for the Edmonds July 4th ride.

WSDOT: Travel patterns hard to predict for July 4th holiday

Busiest ferries times are expected the Fridays and Saturdays before and after the 4th, and July 3.

Shubert Ho and his “Edmonds Kind of 4th” T-shirts and hats being sold to raise money for SnoCo Fire dept. The project was started by Ho in gratitude to firefighters for saving one of his restaurants when a building next door was on fire. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

It’s an ‘Edmonds Kind of 4th’ with Millennial grand marshal

Shubert Ho, 36, started a T-shirt fundraiser as gratitude for firefighters saving his restaurant.

Shubert Ho and his “Edmonds Kind of 4th” T-shirts and hats being sold to raise money for SnoCo Fire dept. The project was started by Ho in gratitude to firefighters for saving one of his restaurants when a building next door was on fire. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Edmonds woman’s story of homelessness is reforming policy

Mindy Woods: “People with the lived experience are often left out of the conversation.”

Starting Monday, a reduced fare will be available for low-income riders on both Community Transit and Everett Transit. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Low-income fare available starting Monday

The ORCA LIFT card will now be accepted on Community Transit and Everett Transit routes.

Starting Monday, a reduced fare will be available for low-income riders on both Community Transit and Everett Transit. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

NRA pulls out of lawsuit against Edmonds’ new gun storage law

But the NRA and a Bellevue gun rights group will fund the legal fight on behalf of 3 plaintiffs.

With 6 months left, Fire District 1 needs board member

The appointee will also serve on the South County Fire board for another two years.

Judge gives Point Wells high-rise project another chance

A successful appeal allows the developer another 6 months to seek approvals for about 3,000 condos.

Edmonds ‘back to square one’ after killing emergency connector

The city council voted 4-3 Tuesday evening to end the estimated $27.5 million project.

One-way ferry fares for vehicles could increase by about $1

It’ll help pay for a new hybrid-electric ferry and converting 2 vessels to run on electricity and fuel.

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.