Edmonds man, suspected of stabbing 2, arrested in California

An arrest has been made in a July 9 stabbing in Edmonds. Marco Vicente-Dominguez, 24, was wanted for investigation of second-degree attempted murder.… Continue reading

Reward offered for info about Edmonds stabbing suspect

A reward has been posted for information about Sunday’s stabbing in Edmonds. The offer is $1,000 for tips leading to the arrest of… Continue reading

Edmonds exploring the impact of arts, cultural events on city

This city is known for its arts and cultural events. The Edmonds Center for the Arts draws 75,000 people a year to see… Continue reading

Suspect in two Edmonds stabbings is identified

Police have identified a suspect in Sunday’s stabbings that left two people seriously injured in Edmonds. Marco Antonio Vicente-Dominguez, 24, is wanted for… Continue reading

Police seek man reportedly involved in Edmonds stabbing

Two men were rushed from an Edmonds apartment complex to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with stab wounds late Sunday morning. Police are… Continue reading

Edmonds takes clean-energy pledge, but is that achievable?

Edmonds has pledged to have clean, renewable energy powering the homes, offices and other buildings within its boundaries by 2025. It is the… Continue reading

Changes coming for bicycles pulling trailers onto ferries

On many routes, bicycles towing trailers will pay two one-way fees for a round trip.

Man apparently shoots himself in the leg near Edmonds

A man was taken to the hospital Sunday after he reportedly shot himself in the leg, police say. Officers received a call around… Continue reading

Lynnwood, Edmonds foundations award $19,500

Three local foundations awarded $19,500 in scholarships to 11 graduating Edmonds School District seniors. Lynnwood Kiwanis House scholarships of $1,500 went to Edmonds-Woodway grad Jinsung… Continue reading

Home builder awards scholarships

Sundquist Homes, based in Lynnwood, awarded $2,000 scholarships to Savannah Thompson (Northshore School District) and Emilie Mathiason (Edmonds School District). To submit items for Way… Continue reading

Local teens medal at state SkillsUSA

The Washington State SkillsUSA competition was held April 29 in Yakima. Local winners: Arlington High School: Abigail Hummer (second place, early childhood education) Edmonds-Woodway High… Continue reading

Students named to military academies

The following students have received appointments to U.S. military service academies: Beck Fosberg, Edmonds (U.S. Air Force Academy); Christina Dominowski, Arlington, and Tiffany Johnstone, Marysville… Continue reading

County council approves developer’s easements request

A majority of the Snohomish County Council agreed Wednesday to grant a developer permission to use three roadway easements through the proposed site… Continue reading

Arrest made after swastika painted on vehicle in Edmonds

An Edmonds man is under investigation for malicious mischief after a swastika was painted on a vehicle Sunday while it was parked outside… Continue reading

Five candidates competing for seat on Fire District 1 board

There’s a surge in interest in serving on the board of Snohomish County Fire District 1. Four people have filed to run against… Continue reading

Edmonds put patriotism on parade for Independence Day

Julia Westmoreland decorated her bicycle herself. The 7-year-old decked out her purple and pink two-wheeler with glittering garland, an American flag and a… Continue reading

Fourth of July events

Street fairs, parades and fireworks are planned around Snohomish County to celebrate the Fourth of July. Most events are free, though there might be charges… Continue reading

Five people displaced by Edmonds house fire

A family of five was displaced after a kitchen fire started in their Edmonds home Tuesday afternoon. No one was injured. Food had… Continue reading

This EdCC graduate’s optimistic journey began in Syria

When Naji Ali described his “long, scary, worrisome and hard journey” to become a commencement speaker at Edmonds Community College, he was not… Continue reading

Edmonds K-8 school hit by ‘reprehensible’ graffiti

Madrona K-8 School was vandalized over the weekend with extensive graffiti that included racial slurs, obscenities and political insults. School employees contacted Edmonds… Continue reading