Edmonds

A guide to area colleges and universities

Snohomish County is home to more than 15 institutions of higher education.

New EdCC president is exploring the college’s future role

Says Amit Singh: “It takes time to transform a college. This is a place I want to stay a long time.”

Newest EdCC student trustee is a driven leader, volunteer

She was appointed by Gov. Jay Inslee to serve through June 2019.

Water dispute keeps new Edmonds school from opening

More than 600 kids are being moved from Madrona K-8 School. The building should be ready in October.

Port of Edmonds will celebrate its 70th anniversary

A public celebration will take place at Public Plaza at the marina on Saturday.

Barkada lets you travel to the islands without leaving Edmonds

The fast-casual restaurant in The Bowl serves Filipino, Hawaiian and Japanese dishes.

Josh Ignacio, recent graduate of Mountlake Terrace High School, will attend the University of Washington and study aerospace engineering. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

He’s set on a future in aerospace

Mountlake Terrace grad Josh Ignacio heading for UW engineering school

Josh Ignacio, recent graduate of Mountlake Terrace High School, will attend the University of Washington and study aerospace engineering. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Gaby Hewett works on her entry for the annual Sand Sculpting Contest Tuesday morning at Marina Beach in Edmonds on July 24, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

And the sand sculpting contest winners are…

Tuesday’s contest in Edmonds drew plenty of contestants and ended with some cool creations.

Gaby Hewett works on her entry for the annual Sand Sculpting Contest Tuesday morning at Marina Beach in Edmonds on July 24, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

In county’s new fire academy, it takes work, study and work

First lesson: The lives of your neighbors and your fellow firefighters are in your hands.

Woman hurt, man arrested after suspected Edmonds DUI crash

Firefighters had to cut apart one car to rescue a woman, 58, who is expected to survive.

No boat? No problem — public fishing piers attract anglers

From Edmonds to Kayak Point, there are places for landlubbers to drop a line in saltwater.

Tulalip woman killed in crash that closed I-5 near Conway

A semi-truck rear-ended the car the woman was driving, the Washington State Patrol said.

Short plays, long laughs at Phoenix and Thumbnail theaters

Summer Shorts is a collection of 10-minute comedic plays peformed in Edmonds and Snohomish.

Edmonds asbestos-removal firm cited for improper handling

The state has accused Above & Beyond Asbestos Removal of multiple “willful and serious violations.”

Dad, mom and 3 kids escape early morning Edmonds house fire

A fire investigator said the fire started in the barbecue area of the deck.

EdCC Foundation awards record number of scholarships

Edmonds Community College Foundation honored its 2018-19 scholarship recipients. Pictured (from left) are Sabrina Hernandez, Jennifer Corona, Joanna Coleman, Edmonds Community College Foundation Executive Director Brad Thomas, Nedir Ziane, Kiranpreet Kaur, and Katherine Merriwether. (Contributed photo)

Edmonds concert series span the musical spectrum

The free performances at City Park and Hazel Miller Plaza run from July 15 to Aug. 26.

Two theater companies offer Shakespeare in the park

The free performances will take place in Lynnwood, Edmonds and Lake Stevens.

Edmonds shooting might be tied to gang activity

The confrontation sent a 17-year-old Shoreline boy to the hospital.

Edmonds will consider new law requiring safe storage of guns

Under the proposal, gun owners could face fines ranging from $500 to $10,000.