Lynnwood

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

Fire destroys shed in Lynnwood

Siding of the nearby home melted. Total damage was estimated at $8,000.

Meadowdale High School senior Samantha “Sam” Phara is this week’s Herald Super Kid. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Meadowdale senior has designs on a career in architecture

Samantha “Sam” Phara intends to build on her interest in drawing and art.

Meadowdale High School senior Samantha “Sam” Phara is this week’s Herald Super Kid. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Three arrested for allegedly stealing $7K worth of perfume

One of the women from Portland, Oregon, was caught shoplifting at Sephora in the Alderwood mall.

Police presence returns to Edmonds School District

Jacob Hubby is set to walk the halls of Meadowdale High School as a school resource officer.

Police seek witnesses to hit-and-run

An 88-year-old woman was hurt when a Prius turned right at an intersection and struck her walker.

Police: Driver threatens pedestrian, ends up in drug bust

Meth, cocaine and heroin were found in his car, along with a loaded pistol and cash, police say.

Man robs Lynnwood marijuana shop — twice

He was seen fleeing west on 156th Street SW. Sheriff’s deputies searched the area but couldn’t find him.

Hey, who turns on the lights?

When in doubt, call the PUD for streetlight outages in Snohomish County.

Ryder Ransom, 11, holds up his candle while singing Chanukah songs at a celebration for the Festival of Lights during the fifth annual public Menorah Lighting Ceremony at the Lynnwood City Hall on Dec. 26 of last year. Nearly 50 gathered to sing, eat and celebrate the third night of Chanukah. (Daniella Beccaria / Herald file)

Hanukkah sheds light on shared values

Jewish congregation to host two public events in observation of the holiday.

Ryder Ransom, 11, holds up his candle while singing Chanukah songs at a celebration for the Festival of Lights during the fifth annual public Menorah Lighting Ceremony at the Lynnwood City Hall on Dec. 26 of last year. Nearly 50 gathered to sing, eat and celebrate the third night of Chanukah. (Daniella Beccaria / Herald file)

Suspect left holdup note behind, complete with fingerprints

The Lynnwood man arrested for robbing a bank told officers he’s “not a bad person.”

Hazelwood Elementary celebrates 50 years

Hazelwood Elementary School in Lynnwood celebrated its 50th birthday Nov. 2 with food, entertainment and a time of sharing memories. The school opened in fall… Continue reading

Alderwood mall again hit by theft

A man had been looking at a Rolex timepiece when he ran offwithout paying,

Man’s body found in garage of burning Lynnwood house

Earlier, the man had texted a neighbor about suicide, the sheriff’s office said.

Travel maven Rick Steves donates millions right here at home

The mayor of Edmonds calls him a generous, thoughtful and “inspirational” philanthropist.

Video: Smash-and-grab jewelry store robbery in Lynnwood

Police are looking for information related to a bold theft from a display at Alderwood mall.

Two men sought in robbery of Alderwood mall jewelry store

Two robbers smashed a watch display case with sledgehammers at a Ben Bridge jewelry store in the Alderwood mall Tuesday evening. Two men… Continue reading

Police carry supplies for the homeless in patrol car trunks

Departments across Snohomish County are looking for ways to reach out to people in need.

Driver eludes police after crashing into 2 cars, creek

Officers called in a police dog, but couldn’t find him.