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Voters to decide on sales tax increase for transportation improvements in General Election this fall

Voters to decide on sales tax increase for transportation improvements in General Election this fall

Lynnwood voters will get to decide if they want to raise the City’s sales tax to fund transportation improvements in the General Election this November. The City’s Transportation Benefit District (TBD... »

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City Council approves rezoning of Alderwood-City Center Transition Area

City Council approves rezoning of Alderwood-City Center Transition Area

A divided Lynnwood City Council voted 4-3 to approve zoning changes in the Alderwood-City Center Transition Area at Monday night’s meeting. The vote means that the zoning of the area, located between the City Center, the Alderwood Mall area, and a single family neighborhood on the west side of... »

Update: Body of man, 70, found in Martha Lake

Update: Body of man, 70, found in Martha Lake

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Dive Team found a 70-year-old man dead in Martha Lake on Tuesday, July 29. .  The team was called out around 4 p.m. to the 16300 block of East Shore Dr. after family members reported that they had not seen the victim since around 2 p.m. after he indicated ... »

One performance of Shakespeare in the Park on Thursday at Lynndale Park

One performance of Shakespeare in the Park on Thursday at Lynndale Park

The Shakespeare in the Park series continues Thursday, July 31 at the Lynndale Park Amphitheater. Rain or shine, the performance starts at 7 p.m. Greenstage presents Othello. All performances are free (suggested donation $5). Schedule July 31 Othello – GreenStage Aug 7 Love’s Labour’s Lost – GreenSt... »

Historical Commission seeking volunteers

Historical Commission seeking volunteers

The City of Lynnwood’s Historical Commission is looking for a new member to fill a vacancy. The Historical Commission plays a pivotal role in preserving Lynnwood’s historical and cultural resources. Members undertake research and fact-finding and make recommendations for City Council action to... »

Pro and Con Committee Members on sales tax increase for transportation improvement measure sought by City

Pro and Con Committee Members on sales tax increase for transportation improvement measure sought by City

The Lynnwood Transportation Benefit District Board is seeking people to serve as Pro (in support), or Con (against), Committee members for the Nov. 4 general election measure that is asking the voters if they should approve or reject a two-tenths of one percent (0.2) sales and use tax increase to fu... »

Peterson endorsed by three South County mayors for 21st District House seat

Peterson endorsed by three South County mayors for 21st District House seat

State Representative for the 21st District candidate Strom Peterson received the endorsement of Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling, Lynnwood Nicola Smith, and Mukilteo Mayor Jen Gregerson. Peterson is a two-term Edmonds City Council Member and has worked with community organizations across the 21st District... »

Whelpley endorsed by majority of Mukilteo City Council members for 21st District House seat

Whelpley endorsed by majority of Mukilteo City Council members for 21st District House seat

Five members of the Mukilteo City Council endorsed Scott Whelpley for the Washington State House in the 21st District on July 25. . Mukilteo City Council President Randy Lord and Councilmembers Christine Cook, Steve Schmalz, Emily Vanderwielen, and Ted Wheeler endorsed Whelpley. They join former Muk... »

Please share, and help our local Little League team on the road to the World Series

Please share, and help our local Little League team on the road to the World Series

Meadowdale High School grad Caitlin Plummer shot and edited this 1-minute video to help the Pacific Little League 2014 All-Stars 12-year-olds with their fundraising efforts for their trip to the regional tournament in San Bernardino, Calif. and possible berth to the Little League World Series. »

Public hearing on marijuana regulations set for Monday’s City Council meeting

Public hearing on marijuana regulations set for Monday’s City Council meeting

The Lynnwood City Council has a busy agenda for Monday’s meeting in the Council Chambers. The Council is scheduled to hold a public meeting on marijuana regulations. A public hearing is required before a six-month moratorium on the issuance of permits for recreational marijuana that was enacted by t... »

Bayfest International Youth Theatre presents free play at 2 p.m., Sunday, July 27 at Lynndale Park Amphitheatre

Bayfest International Youth Theatre presents free play at 2 p.m., Sunday, July 27 at Lynndale Park Amphitheatre

The Bayfest International Youth Theatre presents Movement, Scenes and Silliness at 2 p.m., Sunday, July 26 at the Lynndale Park Amphitheater. This free one-hour play will feature three separate pieces – a scene from an American Classic play, a company-devised movement/dance piece and a physica... »

‘I believe that we will win’: Pacific Little League bound for regionals

‘I believe that we will win’: Pacific Little League bound for regionals

Watch on My Edmonds News TV here. My Edmonds News TV sports correspondent Keith Nealey interviews the head coach and players from the Pacific Little League 12-year-old All-Stars, who are headed for San Bernadino, Calif. to play in the Northwest Region Little League tourney — a possible berth to the ... »

Goodwin to kick off re-election campaign for Snohomish County District Court at Loft Wednesday

Goodwin to kick off re-election campaign for Snohomish County District Court at Loft Wednesday

Supporters of Judge Jeffrey Goodwin announced that they will be hosting a campaign kick-off for his re-election campaign to Snohomish County District Court from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 30, at the Loft Cafe and Social Lounge, 515 Main St., in downtown Edmonds. Goodwin, a 10-year Snohomish Coun... »

Thanks to these businesses who donated to Pacific Little League

Thanks to these businesses who donated to Pacific Little League

Pacific Little League players and parents made visits to local businesses this week to ask for their support as the team — the Washington State Little League champion — heads to the regional Little League tourney in San Bernardino. Thanks to the following local businesses who donated. The team is st... »

Snohomish Health District recognizes World Hepatitis Day, July 28

Snohomish Health District recognizes World Hepatitis Day, July 28

Liver damage and liver disease caused by viruses kill more people in the U.S. each year than HIV/AIDS. Hepatitis C is the most common of those viruses that attack the liver. In Snohomish County, 649 people were found to have hepatitis C last year. Hepatitis B affected 263 local people in 2013. The S... »

State of the City Address now online

State of the City Address now online

If you weren’t able to attend Mayor Nicola Smith’s 2014 State of the City Address, you can watch it online. Smith and guest speakers Executive Director of the Lynnwood Public Facilities District Grant Dull, City Council President Loren Simmonds, President of the Economic Alliance Snohomi... »

City to send out mail-in survey to residents

City to send out mail-in survey to residents

The City of Lynnwood has partnered with National Research Center, Inc. to conduct a Citizen Survey. Three thousand randomly-selected Lynnwood residents will be asked to complete a confidential mail-in survey. The objectives of the survey are to identify community and service strengths and weaknesses... »

Update: Naked driver who crashed in Northgate area suspected in Lynnwood burglaries

Update: Naked driver who crashed in Northgate area suspected in Lynnwood burglaries

Lynnwood Police have taken into custody a man, who is suspected of breaking into several Lynnwood business late Friday night and early Saturday morning. The man, who Lynnwood Police suspect of the burglaries, was driving naked when crashed and rolled a stolen car on Interstate 5 south in Seattle’s N... »

Lynnwood High School’s Pivec wins female division at Mountlake Terrace 5k run

Lynnwood High School’s Pivec wins female division at Mountlake Terrace 5k run

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Lynnwood Police blotter

Lynnwood Police blotter

The following are selected incidents from the Lynnwood Police blotter. July 16 19300 block of 44th Ave. W. Found property. Sunglasses and keys were found. 18700 block of Highway 99. Found property. A bicycle was found. July 18 4700 block of 176th St. SW. Theft. A 1993 car was reported stolen. 20300 ... »

Puget Sound Blood Center issues appeal for donors

Puget Sound Blood Center issues appeal for donors

The Puget Sound Blood Center is appealing for donors after collections began to dip sharply as a result of the ongoing heat wave. More than a half dozen blood drives were suspended or cancelled as temperatures soared. The Puget Sound Blood Center has a collection site in Lynnwood at 19723 Highway 99... »

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