Target Zero honors traffic heroes

Target Zero Snohomish County in December recognized local law enforcement officials for their efforts in the area of traffic enforcement. Lynnwood Police officer Mark Brinkman… Continue reading

Police arrest men after shots are fired in Lynnwood

Police were told one man was causing a disturbance and had a gun, but someone else did the shooting.

Everett man, 19, arrested in Lynnwood-area homicide

A Lynnwood man was shot and killed during an argument Saturday night, apparently over a loaned car.

They wouldn’t serve a pitcher of beer, so he caused a flood

It was last call for alcohol. Denied a large pour, the man broke a urinal, causing $5,200 in damage.

Comcast center earns Hire-A-Vet Award

Workforce Snohomish and Employment Security Department honored Comcast Service Center in Lynnwood with the 2017 Hire-A-Vet Award on Nov. 28. The Service Center hired 12… Continue reading

Car connected to fatal Lynnwood shooting found in Everett

Police are still searching for two men and a woman they consider to be armed and dangerous.

Rotary honors Alderwood Middle teacher

Brett Schwartz, an eighth-grade teacher at Alderwood Middle School, was named the Alderwood-Terrace Rotary Club November Educator of the Month. “Students in Brett’s class read… Continue reading

17-year-old arrested in stabbing at Martha Lake Park

The victim, who was hospitalized, said he had agreed to buy marijuana from the suspect.

EdCC fast-tracks training for addiction counseling

The opioid crisis created a need to quickly accredit already-licensed health professionals.

Man stabbed in Lynnwood park during alleged drug deal

A 38-year-old man was stabbed at Martha Lake Park early Wednesday during an alleged drug deal. Police haven’t found the suspect. The two… Continue reading

High schools bring in 20K pounds of food

Edmonds School District high schools each held a holiday food drive. Together, this year’s efforts brought in more than 20,000 pounds of food for food… Continue reading

School kids fill “sleigh” for peers

St. Thomas More Parish School performs monthly service projects. In December, its students collected new gifts and toys to benefit children supported by Catholic Community… Continue reading

Shoulder-driving could ease the morning I-5 bus commute

Sound Transit and the state propose reconfiguring southbound lanes from Lynnwood to Mountlake Terrace.

A drawing of the Lynnwood Link Light Rail station. [1] Bike racks; [2] parking garage; [3] station entrance; [4] elevator; [5] elevated platform. (Sound Transit)

Sound Transit a ‘little nervous’ about $1.2B light rail grant

One worry is that Trump’s infrastructure plans could support private toll roads over mass transit.

A drawing of the Lynnwood Link Light Rail station. [1] Bike racks; [2] parking garage; [3] station entrance; [4] elevator; [5] elevated platform. (Sound Transit)

Why groundcovers are essential to the Northwest garden

The head gardener of the Miller garden will give a talk at the Sustainable Gardening speaker series.

Driver in Lynnwood crash allegedly had used meth and heroin

He was arrested on several charges, and police say they found $2,300 in counterfeit money.

Gold coin in Salvation Army kettle could be worth $1,200

The 1997 coin was dropped into a kettle at a Fred Meyer in Lynnwood. It needs to be authenticated.

Woman reports being raped at gunpoint

He put the gun in her mouth with enough force to chip a tooth, she said.

Playwrights in training show what they’ve got on real stage

The Phoenix Theatre in Edmonds in November showcased playwrights from the Edmonds Community College fall class of 2017. The graduates each premiered 10-minute plays using… Continue reading

EdCC honored for helping students Achieve the Dream

Edmonds Community College has been designated as an Achieving the Dream Leader College by the national Achieving the Dream nonprofit that promotes programs that improve… Continue reading