Mountlake Terrace

With commuter lots clogged, Sound Transit plans parking fees

The agency is proposing a permit system to reserve spaces at park-and-ride locations.

County Council plans night meeting in Mountlake Terrace

Public hearings — on the budget and on the proposals to amend the comprehensive plan — also are scheduled.

Robotics teams back from Houston with second-place finish

Jackson High School’s “Jack in the Bot” Team 2910 and King’s Schools “CyberKnights” Team 4911 from Shoreline were teammates on a four-team alliance that reached… Continue reading

Science Fair winners join Team Washington

The Washington State Science and Engineering Fair was held March 23-24 in Bremerton. Dhruvik Parikh, Jackson High School, won a Bronze Medallion for his research… Continue reading

A taste of the Mediterranean in Mountlake Terrace

Online hype proves to be real at Fork Mediterranean Grill.

Mother beaten by a stranger in her home is still in a coma

She remains at Harborview, where her husband works. The suspect has a history of mental health issues.

Brier teacher is state Technology Student Association’s best

Brier Terrace Middle School teacher Todd Johnston was named the 2018 Washington Technology Student Association Adviser of the Year. He is the Washington Technology Student… Continue reading

Mountlake Terrace woman in coma after random, vicious attack

The suspect allegedly confessed, saying he had no explanation for his actions.

County Council grills Sound Transit CEO about long timeline

West Seattle and Ballard light-rail extensions will be completed before the main spine to Everett.

Bothell student in top 10 for state Bee

Asher Villa from Northshore Middle School in Bothell finished in sixth place at the National Geographic State Bee, held April 6 at Pacific Lutheran University… Continue reading

State DECA winners qualify for international competition

The DECA State Career Development Conference was held March 1-3 in Bellevue. Several local students finished in top spots and qualify to join nearly 19,000… Continue reading

Terrace robotics are champs at state competition

Jackson, Cedar Park and King’s also head to the FIRST World Championships.

1 person and 1 cat killed in Mountlake Terrace fire

The blaze was reported early Monday morning at a mobile home park.

Deaf Academic Bowl team advances to nationals

The Edmonds-Woodway High School Deaf Academic Bowl team finished in second place at a West Regional competition held March 10-11 in Irvine, Calif. Team members… Continue reading

Edmonds backs homelessness, opioid initiatives with $500,000

The money may be a drop in the bucket of need, but will help identify who is at risk, how to help.

Edmonds schools get book boost

The Elizabeth Ruth Wallace Living Trust awarded $200,000 to Page Ahead, a Seattle-based children’s literacy program. The money will help the nonprofit provide services to… Continue reading

Jazz students receive awards at Hampton fest

The Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival was held Feb. 23-24 in Moscow, Idaho. Edmonds-Woodway High School’s Jazz Ensemble I finished the weekend as the High School… Continue reading

Spectacles — saved, salvaged and sent for service

Seventeen members of the Kiwanis Club of Lynnwood and the Mountlake Terrace High School Key Club cleaned and packaged 745 glasses for the annual Save… Continue reading

Crews completing “ missing link ” in the Interurban Trail

212th Street SW will be modified and the trail realigned along the north side.

Jim and Marcia Hashman during a visit to the Evergreen State Fair in Monroe in 2014. Jim Hashman, who taught music at Mountlake Terrace High School in the 1980s and ’90s, died Jan. 31, after struggling with ALS for several years. (Herald file)

Despite ALS, he lived his life with joy and purpose

Former Mountlake Terrace High School music teacher Jim Hashman died Jan. 31.

Jim and Marcia Hashman during a visit to the Evergreen State Fair in Monroe in 2014. Jim Hashman, who taught music at Mountlake Terrace High School in the 1980s and ’90s, died Jan. 31, after struggling with ALS for several years. (Herald file)