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Student, 14, accused of attacking Lynnwood middle school teacher
The alleged assault occurred after lunch at Alderwood Middle School, according to the Edmonds School District.
As Washington rents go up, up, up, the air gets thin for tenants
Hal Zack’s rent has tripled, and he’s scared he’ll be homeless soon. How did we get here? And what is the state doing now?
Boeing engineer turns old ski gear into household essentials
If Lynnwood’s Brian Geppert isn’t on the slopes, then he’s turning skis into coat racks and bottle openers.
Where to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Snohomish and Island counties
Irish pubs and beer gardens are not the only places serving up Irish charm this year.
PAWS gives injured albatross new wind beneath its wings
The seabird arrived in Lynnwood with an injured neck. But despite the odds, the bird kept up a “spicy” attitude.
Tattoo artist draws a fine line
Ernesto ‘Nesto’ Hurtado of Wicked Boy Tattoo in Lynnwood specializes in a minimalist style that draws praise and criticism.
‘Baffled’: Hand Up Project founder faced concerns long before ouster
The Lynnwood nonprofit’s investigations found Robert Smiley pocketed thousands in donations meant to help vulnerable people.
Biden budget has $250M for Lynnwood light rail
Potential savings could go toward other Sound Transit projects in development, including the Everett extension.
New Chick-fil-A opening in Lynnwood, traffic expected
Locally, the opening of a Chick-fil-A has created “significant traffic impacts” in the past.
Lynnwood’s new $10 roast beef sandwich is Costco sticker shocker
The new cold cut sub is the same price as an 18-inch pizza, six hot dogs or two rotisserie chickens from the vaunted food court.
Drawing interest: Twin sisters never gave up on making their mark
Lynnwood sisters, Kelly and Nichole Matthews, got their big break a decade ago and now draw comics full time.
‘Our neighbors’: Snohomish County has welcomed 2,600 Afghans, Ukrainians
Local officials have referred to the Snohomish County effort as a model, supporting refugees from war-torn nations.
Lynnwood council OKs new fees for traffic photo, school zone tickets
The council added $25 fees to all photo-enforced tickets and added two speeding ranges for school zone infractions.
Edmonds schools parent, staff and student data possibly breached
Names, Social Security numbers, dates of birth and medical information may have been accessed between Jan. 16 and 30.
Lynnwood police seek traffic photo enforcement fine changes
The changes would clarify red light violation penalties, add school zone speeding ranges and a $25 fee.
Shortage of skilled airplane workers slows aerospace recovery
Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance conference concluded in Lynnwood with Boeing absent again.
Chime in on narrowed Everett light rail route, station options
People can comment and select their preferences during a meeting Feb. 15 in Everett or online through March 10.
Rebecca Miner tapped for permanent job leading Edmonds schools
Miner has been doing the job for seven months. School board members say the interim superintendent is the “right fit.”
Lawsuit: Housing authority took Lynnwood domestic violence survivor off voucher
After her husband’s domestic violence arrest, Shawna McIntire was kicked out of public housing, according to a federal complaint.
Despite controversy, Lynnwood opioid treatment center opens its doors
For weeks, protesters have objected to the center opening near Little League fields and a Boys and Girls Club.