Edmonds Lions Club donates to food bank

The Edmonds Lions Club on Jan. 22 donated $5,400 to the Edmonds Food Bank. Proceeds come from a raffle of gift certificates donated by local… Continue reading

Inspiring college students highlighted

The Washington State Association of College Trustees on Jan. 22 honored 34 community and technical college students as 2018 Transforming Lives award winners. The annual… Continue reading

Edmonds man accused of hitting Ferndale cop, driving away

He was arrested trying to cross into Canada, officials said.

Cascade Symphony’s children’s concert features student cellist

Everett eighth-grader Felix Kim will perform the solo in “Boccherini Cello Concerto in B-flat Major.”

Submarine sandwich shop piles it on the buns and satisfies the taste buds.

It’s not front-page news that journalists (and lots of office workers) eat at their desks. On any given day, you can hear slurps and crunches… Continue reading

Racist attack alleged outside Edmonds bar

A mom said her children were working on a school project when a man came at them with a bat.

Mudslide cancels train service between Everett and Seattle

Sounder trains are expected to resume on Monday if there are no more disruptions.

Kindie-rock quintet The Not-Its! will perform Feb. 3 at Kidstock! at Edmonds Center for the Arts.

Take your child — and inner child — to Kidstock! in Edmonds

Annual family event at Edmonds Center for the Arts has arts for all ages and it doesn’t cost a dime.

Kindie-rock quintet The Not-Its! will perform Feb. 3 at Kidstock! at Edmonds Center for the Arts.

Edmonds-Woodway teen serves as page

Edmonds-Woodway High School junior Carina Ly, 16, served as a page in the Washington State Senate during the week of Jan. 8 under the sponsorship… Continue reading

Edmonds honors employee

City employees in Edmonds nominate co-workers for Employee of the Year honors. The 2017 award went to Darren Browning, who has been with the Public… Continue reading

Schools get Gold Stars for helping students reach college

Over 30,000 of last year’s eighth-graders signed up for the College Bound Scholarship, with a statewide average sign-up rate of 71 percent. Edmonds, Everett and… Continue reading

2 men accused of kidnapping woman after robbing her boyfriend

Both suspects were booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

You may just bowl laughing at this Phoenix Theatre play

The quirky comedy “More Fun Than Bowling” runs Feb. 2 to 25 at Phoenix Theatre in Edmonds.

Live in Edmonds? Hate speeders?

Edmonds has $35,000 to address local residents’ concerns about speeding in their neighborhoods. Now, city staff need to decide where to spend it. The Traffic… Continue reading

At long last, a church of his own

After years of filling in elsewhere, Hallack Greider is the new pastor at Maplewood Presbyterian.

Groups step up to help bring holiday cheer to at-risk youth

The Snohomish County Court Appointed Special Advocate program partnered with local businesses, community organizations and individuals throughout Snohomish County to ensure all children represented by… Continue reading

Rotary clubs honor teacher, students in Edmonds district

Greg Troyer, a Spruce Elementary School fifth- and sixth-grade teacher, was the Rotary Club of Alderwood-Terrace December Educator of the Month. “He lets us do… Continue reading

Masonic lodges merge

Two south Snohomish County Masonic Lodges merged at a special ceremony Dec. 30 in Shoreline. Robert Burns Lodge 243 was founded in Alderwood Manor in… Continue reading

International guitar tour led by Lulo Reinhardt stops in Edmonds

International Guitar Night, now in its 18th year, is Jan. 24 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts.