Lynnwood

Emblems of hate seized from group in racist Lynnwood beating

New court records tell more about the eight people arrested in the assault on an African-American DJ.

 

Alderwood Dance Spectrum’s “A Storybook Nutcracker,” an abbreviated version of the original ballet, is staging Dec. 14 and 15 at the Snohomish PUD Auditorium in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Kamiak freshman plays Clara in Alderwood ‘Nutcracker’ ballet

Taylor Carlson, 14, is starring in Alderwood Dance Spectrum’s “Storybook Nutcracker” Dec. 14 and 15.

 

40 dozen cookies for a cause

Edmonds Community College Baking and Pastry Arts students recently baked and decorated…

 

Kent man arrested for investigation of arson on Highway 99

Multiple witnesses called 911 after hearing gunshots and seeing a mobile home on fire.

Alderwood Middle student wins greeting card contest

The Lynnwood Convention Center hosted a competition for middle and high school students to help design the artwork for a 2018 holiday greeting card. Alderwood… Continue reading

Defendant in notorious murder accused of car wash shooting

A Lynnwood shooting left a man quadriplegic. DNA pointed police to a man tied to a 2002 murder.

Judge reverses Frognal order, says logging can move ahead

An environmental group wanted to halt work at the Mukilteo-area subdivision until a court hearing next year.

Rudeness in a tent leads to a struggle and a gunshot wound

“I am going to put a bullet in your head!” the suspect allegedly said before firing.

Police: White supremacists beat black DJ in Lynnwood bar

Eight suspects were arrested. Snohomish County detectives will partner with the FBI to investigate.

8 arrested for hate crime against disc jockey after bar fight

The suspects allegedly used racial slurs and damaged equipment during the brawl in Lynnwood.

Homage Senior Services consolidates at a prominent location

The Lynnwood-based nonprofit helps with meals, transportation and other vital needs.

One of Lynnwood’s busiest roads is 196th Street SW. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Lynnwood keeps $40 car tab fees to fund roads, sidewalks

The fees for a vehicle in Lynnwood, including those from the state and Sound Transit, run roughly $150-$475.

One of Lynnwood’s busiest roads is 196th Street SW. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Rotary Clubs honor Edmonds district teacher, students

Alderwood Middle School science teacher Jodi Salenski was the Rotary Club of Alderwood-Terrace November Educator of the Month. “She is a calming and welcoming presence… Continue reading

Workers began clearing month for the long-contested Frognal Estates development near Picnic Point. Neighbors and environmental groups oppose the 112-home subdivision, which they say poses risks to a salmon-bearing stream and could increase the chance of landslides. (Noah Haglund / Herald file)

Judge halts work at Frognal housing development, for now

A group is fighting in court to overturn logging and grading approvals for the subdivision near Mukilteo.

Workers began clearing month for the long-contested Frognal Estates development near Picnic Point. Neighbors and environmental groups oppose the 112-home subdivision, which they say poses risks to a salmon-bearing stream and could increase the chance of landslides. (Noah Haglund / Herald file)

Colleges honor first-generation students

Edmonds Community College and Central Washington University-Lynnwood joined Nov. 5-9 to celebrate an inaugural First-Generation College Student Week. A declaration acknowledged students who are the… Continue reading

Trees fall at Frognal development as activists look on

A developer is taking initial steps ahead of major logging and grading at the Picnic Point project.

An emergency response yields progress fighting drug overdoses

Officials last year declared the opioid crisis an emergency on par with a natural disaster.

Import tariffs squeeze small businesses here and elsewhere

Some retailers are being forthright with customers: The trade war is hitting home.

Former Edmonds resident Hans Lienesch, aka the Ramen Rater, has gained fame throughout the Pacific Rim as a connoisseur of prepackaged instant noodles. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Ramen obsession became his profession (sort of)

He made his name seeking the perfect package of instant ramen … now noodles come to him.

Former Edmonds resident Hans Lienesch, aka the Ramen Rater, has gained fame throughout the Pacific Rim as a connoisseur of prepackaged instant noodles. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Veterans build their own guitars from scratch

The grant-funded program at Edmonds Community College also aimed to build confidence and job skills.