Edmonds

This summer, your table is waiting on Main Street in Edmonds

This summer, your table is waiting on Main Street in Edmonds

The city is closing off the street on weekends to provide a safe place for dining. Bothell is doing the same thing, but seven days a week.

This summer, your table is waiting on Main Street in Edmonds
ICE directive for foreign students worries local colleges

ICE directive for foreign students worries local colleges

A Covid conundrum affecting student visas would be felt at Edmonds College and EvCC.

ICE directive for foreign students worries local colleges
Edmonds Chamber seeks $100K in donations to save events

Edmonds Chamber seeks $100K in donations to save events

COVID-19 cancellations pushed the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce to ask for $100,000 to stay open.

Edmonds Chamber seeks $100K in donations to save events
Police find, rescue Shoreline man trapped in Edmonds ravine

Police find, rescue Shoreline man trapped in Edmonds ravine

Someone heard cries for help near a forested hillside near Marina Beach. He was there two days.

Police find, rescue Shoreline man trapped in Edmonds ravine
Edmonds School District picks hybrid class schedule for fall

Edmonds School District picks hybrid class schedule for fall

Students, split into two groups, will attend in-person class twice a week, with the rest online.

Edmonds School District picks hybrid class schedule for fall

Marysville man charged in stabbing, trapping of girlfriend

After allegedly keeping her in the car for hours as she bled, he dropped her off at the hospital.

COVID couldn’t cancel July 4 parade for Purple Heart vet, 90

COVID couldn’t cancel July 4 parade for Purple Heart vet, 90

Phil Sacks, injured by shrapnel in combat, drew salutes marching through the streets of Edmonds.

COVID couldn’t cancel July 4 parade for Purple Heart vet, 90
A ‘mother interested in helping kids’ hopes to end stereotypes

A ‘mother interested in helping kids’ hopes to end stereotypes

Edmonds activist and consultant Courtney Wooten advocates for children throughout Snohomish County.

A ‘mother interested in helping kids’ hopes to end stereotypes
Happy four-hour ferry wait on the Fourth!

Happy four-hour ferry wait on the Fourth!

With service reduced around Puget Sound due to the pandemic, it will not be the fun ferry ride of yore.

Happy four-hour ferry wait on the Fourth!
Museum invites you to add your colors to vintage Northwest art

Museum invites you to add your colors to vintage Northwest art

The Cascadia Art Museum in Edmonds creates a project where people can color woodblock prints. The results will be displayed in the museum’s windows.

Museum invites you to add your colors to vintage Northwest art
Other fireworks shows are canceled, but not Marysville’s

Other fireworks shows are canceled, but not Marysville’s

Amid the pandemic, most cities and towns are getting creative with drive-by parades and decorations instead.

Other fireworks shows are canceled, but not Marysville’s
A ferry pulls away from the dock in Mukilteo last Friday. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

COVID hits ferry workers; Everett firefighters quarantined

Those infected did not work in passenger areas. Reduced service is likely due to crew shortages.

A ferry pulls away from the dock in Mukilteo last Friday. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Edmonds to use $1 million from CARES Act for relief programs

Money is being earmarked for individuals and small businesses.

Mukilteo-Cinton ferry service slashed in half this Sunday

The Whidbey Island route will have one boat. Expect long lines. Stay home if it’s not essential.

Edmonds School Board cuts school resource officer contracts

All district high schools, except Lynnwood High, won’t have on-campus officers when students return.

After surviving COVID-19, couple donates plasma for research

After surviving COVID-19, couple donates plasma for research

Donations of coronavirus plasma at Everett’s PlasmaLab International are sent across the globe to study.

After surviving COVID-19, couple donates plasma for research
Meet the young people leading the county’s protest movement
Meet the young people leading the county’s protest movement
Expect long ferry lines due to crew shortage from COVID-19

Expect long ferry lines due to crew shortage from COVID-19

Mukilteo and Edmonds routes will have reduced boat service. Saturday’s wait was 3 hours from Clinton.

Expect long ferry lines due to crew shortage from COVID-19
Cookie delivery proving to be perfectly baked for these times

Cookie delivery proving to be perfectly baked for these times

Midnight Cookie Co.’s new owner is seeing a sales uptick during the quarantine.

Cookie delivery proving to be perfectly baked for these times

Edmonds residents can apply for up to $1,000 in virus relief

Eligible residents must make less than 60% of the county median income. Aid could be ready by early July.

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