Rory’s bartender loves his regulars — especially his in-laws

Chris Madsen has a wife and two kids, thanks to his job at this Edmonds watering hole.

Strike announcement called off; Providence talks continue

After overnight negotiations, workers and management agreed to return to the bargaining table.

Wait is over for new Mexican restaurant in downtown Edmonds

Santa Fe Mexican Grill & Cantina has sibling eateries in Shoreline, Totem Lake and Renton Highlands.

47-degree Polar Plunge: ‘Something crazy’ to start the decade

Hundreds of participants splashed into Puget Sound — and into 2020 — at the annual Edmonds event.

Fire collapses vacant 14,000-square-foot house in Edmonds

Authorities couldn’t investigate the scene Thursday due to active flames in pockets of the rubble.

2-alarm fire at large abandoned house north of Edmonds

No injuries were reported, and there were no concerns of exposure to neighboring homes.

Local chef spends his birthday giving food to those in need

Shahzad Raja, of Caravan Kebab in Edmonds, to give out 250 lunchboxes to the homeless on Christmas.

Holiday driving might be easier, but ferries will be packed

The daily commutes this week could be less congested, but plan ahead just in case.

Local flooding and rising rivers follow return of heavy rain

As a precaution, the state sent crews Friday to the eastbound U.S. 2 trestle to avoid a river logjam.

Mayor hopes to leave Edmonds better than how he found it

Dave Earling is stepping aside after 21 years of service to the city he calls “a daytime destination.”

Anonymous family pays off all meal debts for Edmonds schools

The $18,000 gift gives more than 2,000 students in the district a fresh start heading into 2020.

Charge: Son who killed dad didn’t believe he was mentally ill

Edmonds man John Fry, 24, was charged with murder for the stabbing death of his father, Stephen Fry.

Edmonds Police Chief Al Compaan to retire at end of the year

He’s leaving after 40 years with the department. Assistant Chief Jim Lawless named interim chief.

A semester of crowded classes cost Edmonds schools $800,000

When classes exceed target sizes agreed to under the contract, teachers are paid more.

One year, still no answers in Edmonds Senior Center shooting

Police say no witnesses have stepped forward since the night Alexander Rhodes was shot and killed.

Edmonds-Woodway junior excels in academics and activism

Audrey, 16, is active in theater and started a feminism club. “I’m very vocal, always raising my hand.”

Longtime Edmonds resident leaves legacy at new senior center

Rose Mary Specht’s family donated her 25 solar credits from the PUD to the Edmonds Waterfront Center.

Green bulbs on this wreath means there haven’t been any fires

1. Keep the wreath green. Each year, the Marysville Fire District hangs a giant wreath adorned with green light bulbs outside each of its five… Continue reading

Fireworks ban approved in parts of south Snohomish County

Fireworks won’t be allowed in South County Fire’s service area, the county council has decided.

Mountlake Terrace shooter at large; man seriously injured

The victim suffered a gunshot wound to the lower back Friday night, near a tree-lighting ceremony.