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Hidden gem: Edmonds Thrift Shop on Caspers

The little gem of a thrift store in Edmonds has a name you can't beat: Edmonds Thrift Shop on Caspers Street. It's only open 12 hours a week – Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 10 a.m. …

Flower baskets to be treated for gray mold outbreak

The City of Edmonds is temporarily taking down all hanging flower baskets for treatment of a fungal infection.   The entire Puget Sound region is experiencing an outbreak of  …

Bird Fest speaker Gregory A. Green flies around the world to photograph hummingbirds

Don’t be alarmed when you see people of all ages looking up this weekend – it’s the annual return of the popular Puget Sound Bird Fest. Traditionally held in September, its earlier …

Town of Woodway finally annexes Point Wells

After decades of planning and analysis, the Town of Woodway council on May 20 approved an ordinance annexing the unincorporated area of Snohomish County commonly known as Point Wells. “The …

Most EPS foam containers banned beginning June 1

Your to-go box and other food service items are changing. Beginning June 1, restaurants, businesses, organizations, or other institutions will no longer be able to provide expanded polystyrene (EPS) …

Vehicle crashes into house at Ninth and Pine

Just after 8:15 p.m. on Monday, Edmonds Police officers responded to a report of a vehicle that crashed into a home at the intersection of Ninth Avenue South and Pine Street. Occupants of the …

Hundreds gathered Monday on Memorial Day to pay their respects during the 41st annual Memorial Day ceremony at the Edmonds Memorial Cemetery and Columbarium. Mayor Mike Rosen spoke, as did Capt. …

Olympic Ballet Theatre closes its 2023-24 performance season with an annual production featuring excerpts from classical ballets by choreographers of the past, as well as works by contemporary …

Sheriff’s Office receives accreditation

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office announced that it is now an officially accredited law enforcement agency through the Washington State Sheriffs and Police Chiefs Association (WASPC). …

The Magic Key ukulele band will be one of the first groups providing family-friendly musical entertainment at the new outdoor stage area in the plaza of Main Street Commons.

In a news release, Washington State Ferries reports that, as its crewing situation improves, the sailing cancellation rate has been cut in half over the past year. Hundreds of thousands of …

  The City of Edmonds has awarded a contract to Granite Construction Company for its 2024 overlay program, a continuation of the City’s efforts to rehabilitate and preserve its …

Project completed to make it safer for cyclists

There’s been plenty of conversation in Edmonds about the newly striped bike lanes in Edmonds. Bike riders say they should be able to share the roads safely. Others, often vociferously, say …

County releases homeless survey

Snohomish County Human Services’s annual Point-in-Time (PIT) count, designed to provide a snapshot of households experiencing homelessness on a single night, reports that 44 people in Edmonds …

Mayor Mike Rose has selected Neil Weiss as Edmonds' next Municipal Court judge, and City staff recommend councilmembers confirm him at their May 28 meeting.

Members of the Edmonds Cemetery and Columbarium Board invite the public to attend the annual Memorial Day Observance 11 a.m. Monday, May 27.   The cemetery is at 100th Avenue West …

Taking it all in

The clouds cleared on Sunday, making for a glorious day to take in the sights on Edmonds beaches.

Washington State Parks is offering tips for boating safely in recognition of National Safe Boating Week May 18-24. Recreational boating is a popular pastime in Washington with nearly 225,000 …

Free opioid overdose reversal kits available

The first of more than 54,000 naloxone kits began arriving in Washington last week, state Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Wednesday.  The kits will be available to the public at no cost …

The City of Edmonds is in the process throughout 2024 of updating its 20-year Comprehensive Plan that is inclusive of, and responsive to the interests and priorities of all community members. As …

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