Edmonds

Edmonds man who stole car from good Samaritan pleads guilty

He has a history of theft, burglary and trafficking in stolen property out of Snohomish County.

Rick Steves meets his Halloween doppleganger

The travel guru bumps into his scarecrow Franken side on an Edmonds porch.

An incumbent and a felon duel for County Council seat

Stephanie Wright is seeking a third term. Opponent Willie Russell is campaigning as a change agent.

Four Edmonds City Council seats up for grabs in November

Highway 99 development, public outreach and soothing partisan divides are key topics for candidates.

Canadian singer-songwriter tells the stories of his ancestors

Jeremy Dutcher, a First Nations Canadian from New Brunswick, will perform in Edmonds.

Exhibit shows gay artists’ work from a less enlightened time

“The Lavender Palette” at the Cascadia Museum in Edmonds offers important lessons in art and history.

Court ruling: Edmonds can’t enforce safe gun storage

But a Snohomish County judge didn’t strike down the entire law in a decision issued Friday.

Three director seats up for grabs on Edmonds School Board

Incumbents Carin Chase and Gary Noble face challengers while two newcomers face off for open spot.

The lice lady decimates the louse that infiltrates the locks

Lice Spies is a hair salon that targets those tiny 6-legged parasites that make us itch like crazy.

It’s Indigenous Peoples Day in Seattle, Edmonds and elsewhere

In Seattle, a rally and march and other events are planned.

Edmonds council colleagues square off in mayoral election

Councilmen Mike Nelson and Neil Tibbott present differing ideas for the growing city’s future.

Connecting the dots: Leadership and management

Balancing leadership (the people side) and management (the process side) is a key to success.

Mr. Pickleball takes his sport to parks and prisons

Roger BelAir teaches the art of the game with the funny name to inmates and at courts in Edmonds.

The trolley problem: Should city of Edmonds front the bill?

As Emerald City Trolley stops service, city leaders will weigh paying for the popular attraction.

The city of Lynnwood received $2.5 million from Sound Transit to redevelop a portion of the 1.5 mile Scriber Creek Trail, which links Wilcox Park at Highway 524 with the transit center. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Bike lanes, sidewalks will get $8.5M in grants countywide

Six projects were awarded money from Sound Transit to improve connections to transit.

The city of Lynnwood received $2.5 million from Sound Transit to redevelop a portion of the 1.5 mile Scriber Creek Trail, which links Wilcox Park at Highway 524 with the transit center. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Wet Tuesday morning commute on I-5 near Mountlake Terrace

A Sound Transit contractor hit a water main causing water to pour into an on-ramp and the interstate.

Edmonds woman writes history of her Montana ranching family

Trudy Kempton Dana is the author of “The Kemptons: Adventures of a Montana Ranch Family, 1880-1964.”

Edmonds citizen committee to pitch housing ideas to council

The group of 15 residents from across the town has until January 2021 to form its recommendation.

Niles Peacock, bar manager at 190 Sunset in Edmonds. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Popular Edmonds mixologist is ready to open his own business

The new joint in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood will have a familiar name: Niles Peacock Kitchen and Bar.

Niles Peacock, bar manager at 190 Sunset in Edmonds. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Phoenix Theatre’s ‘Ladies Man’ spins a web of lies for laughs

A lying doctor causes a lot of trouble for himself in the French farce, staging Sept. 27 to Oct. 20.

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