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On April 6, youth mental health group Harmony Haven – affiliated with Edmonds-based Korean Community Service Center – hosted "The Stressbusters Event" at the Edmonds Library. It aimed to …

Economic Alliance Snohomish County, in collaboration with the City of Snohomish, Snohomish Chamber of Commerce, and the Historic Downtown Snohomish Association, is hosting the IDEA Forum (Inclusion, …

The 2024 annual Edmonds Downtown Alliance (Ed!) member meeting is Tuesday, April 16 at 6 p.m. at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. It is open to the public. There will be small bites and …

Edmonds City Council will conduct a special council meeting on Tuesday, April 9.  The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. in council chambers at 250 Ave. N. The Council will …

The Foundation for Edmonds School District raised over $309,000 at its 40th Ruby Anniversary Gala on March 16 at the Edmonds Waterfront Center. The funds will be used to provide a wide range of …

Homebuying Do's and Don'ts

While headlines highlighting rising mortgage rates and dwindling inventory have prompted some to push “pause” on their home ownership plans, the fact is that now is still a good time to …

UPDATE: Bike lane projects are ramping up in Edmonds

The new bike lanes on Bowdoin Way and Walnut Street south of Five Corners to Ninth Avenue are done, as well as a portion of a lane on Ninth and 100th avenues north (Ninth becomes 100th at 220th …

Mayor lays out a plan for the depleted operating fund

Mayor Mike Rosen’s first State of the City was not your typical here’s-what-we-did and here’s-what’s-coming speech in front of citizens and City workers.  No fancy …

Fort Edmonds

Linda Ross of Edmonds submitted the following to accompany her photo: “After a dinner out with friends last night, we decided to go for a walk on the beach because it was such a beautiful …

New ferries to bolster fleet are still years away

Washington's ferry system is in jeopardy. It is struggling to meet the demands of its routes, and officials say it may be three to four years before any new ferry can go into service.  …

Edmonds judge moving to Snohomish County Superior Court

Gov. Jay Inslee on Tuesday announced the appointment of Edmonds judge Whitney M. Rivera to the Snohomish County Superior Court in Everett. She replaces Judge Anita Farris, who will retire from …

Edmonds-Woodway hires new football coach

Edmonds-Woodway has hired a football coach after the retirement of John Gradwohl, who led the team for 28 years

Expect delays: SR 104/100th intersection work

As part of the citywide bicycle improvement project, pavement striping and traffic signal work will occur along 100th Avenue West in April. …

At the March 26  City Council meeting, coun cilmembers voted to approve a resolution on an analysis of the possible use of traffic safety cameras at nine signalized intersec - tions. Voting for: …

A low tide Easter in Edmonds

Photographer Lee Lageschulte captured several scenes of low tide in Edmonds on Sunday. Blue skies and warmish weather brought out plenty of residents and visitors.

Mount Baker, which Edmondsites can see on a clear day, is the view landscape artist Heidi Farina captures in her painting “Gloaming on Mount Baker,” to be featured as the 2024 poster art …

Community Transit Board members, elected officials, staff, and community members are celebrated the start of service on the Swift Orange Line Saturday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and Block Party …

Edmonds College hosted over 300 girls from the Edmonds, Mukilteo, and Everett school districts from eighth to 12th grade March 27 for an Expanding Your Horizons event. The annual event, designed to …

New law will allow for more traffic cameras

Editor's note: The City of Edmonds is now considering a proposal to add nine traffic cameras at nine intersections. Drivers in Washington state may soon face better odds of getting caught on …

The City of Edmonds launched an online open house March 11 to gather public opinion regarding its approach to growth alternatives and strategies as it progress through the comprehensive plan update. …

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