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Lynnwood City Council approves mandatory garbage collection

Lynnwood City Council approves mandatory garbage collection

The Lynnwood City Council voted 6-1 Monday night to approve an ordinance that mandates property owners contract for garbage collection services. The new law will not go into effect until Aug. 1 to all... »

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Vote for PAWS volunteer in national contest

Vote for PAWS volunteer in national contest

Lynnwood’s very own Chuck Springer is receiving some national attention this week thanks to his commitment to the welfare of cats in need. Springer, a longtime volunteer at PAWS in Lynnwood, has been selected by Purina Cat Chow as a nominee for Shelter Volunteer of the Year. He is currently be... »

Meet the new business: Azka Apparels

Meet the new business: Azka Apparels

As a service to the business community, Lynnwood Today features new businesses opening in our area. If you want to be included, email: lynnwoodtodayeditor@gmail.com. There is no charge for this service. What is your business name? Azka Apparels. What products and/or services does your business provi... »

Lynnwood Police blotter

The following are selected incidents from the Lynnwood Police blotter. Feb. 17 20500 block 60th Ave. W. Burglary. A computer was stolen from a business. Feb. 19 6000 block of 208th St. SW. Assault. A 14-year-old girl was arrested for assaulting her mother. 5200 block 188th St. SW. Assault. A 17-year... »

City webmaster named Community Transit Smart Commuter of the Quarter

City webmaster named Community Transit Smart Commuter of the Quarter

City of Lynnwood webmaster Ben Stockinger was named Community Transit’s Smart Commuter for the third quarter of 2014. Stockinger is diligent about developing, managing and supporting the city’s web resources and services. He has also been a devoted advocate of alternative transportation for th... »

Edmonds Community College trustee Powers reappointed

Edmonds Community College trustee Powers reappointed

Quentin Powers was reappointed to the Edmonds Community College Board of Trustees earlier this month. Gov. Jay Inslee reappointed Powers — currently the Vice Chair of the Edmonds CC Board of Trustees — to serve a five-year term through September 2019. Powers was initially appointed to the Board of T... »

Lynnwood junior named Terrace Idol 2015 winner

Lynnwood junior named Terrace Idol 2015 winner

Despite never having performed on a big stage before this month, Lynnwood High School’s Makeala Eddings survived two elimination rounds from previous weeks and then won over the final round judges Thursday night with her rendition of the Jennifer Hudson song Love You I Do and was named the Terrace I... »

Lynnwood’s Black History Month Celebration helps build bridges in the community

Lynnwood’s Black History Month Celebration helps build bridges in the community

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Edmonds School District moving ahead with classroom sound systems

Edmonds School District moving ahead with classroom sound systems

The Edmonds School District is moving ahead with plans to purchase and install portable sound systems in its classrooms. The School District Board of Directors gave its OK Tuesday to what has been described as Phase 1, where the District uses money from its Capital Bond to purchase Classroom Sound S... »

Happening nearby: Police report luring attempt at Edmonds-Woodway High School

Happening nearby: Police report luring attempt at Edmonds-Woodway High School

A 15-year-old Edmonds-Woodway High School student reported to school authorities Thursday morning that a man attempted to lure her into his car along 220th Street Southwest near 76th Avenue West. The student, who was unharmed, ran away and immediately reported the incident to school administrators, ... »

EdCC horticulture grad wins award at NW Flower Show

EdCC horticulture grad wins award at NW Flower Show

Edmonds Community College posted this note: “Kudos to Lisa Bauer, Horticulture graduate whose team recently won the Founders Cup (Best in Show) and a gold medal for their Association of Professional Landscape Designers garden display titled, ‘Over the Moon’ at the Northwest Flower ... »

Community Transit expected to name new CEO next week

After a national search process for a new Chief Executive Officer, the Community Transit Board of Directors has narrowed its field of candidates to the final four. This week, the candidates will be at Community Transit for orientation and final interviews. After this week’s activities, the board hop... »

Students, parents sound off on Edmonds School District Food Services

Students, parents sound off on Edmonds School District Food Services

Thanks to a grant from the Verdant Health Commission, Edmonds School District Food Services was able to conduct a first of its kind survey among students, parents, staff and the community in 2014. The results of the survey were presented to the School Board of Directors at Tuesday’s meeting. During ... »

Read Across America activities set for Revelations Yogurt, Lynnwood Bowl and Skate

The Edmonds Education Association and the Foundation for Edmonds School District are teaming up with local businesses this Saturday, Feb. 28 to sponsor the third annual Read Across America Community Celebration. Occurring near the birthday of Dr. Seuss, the day is focused on encouraging families to ... »

City purchasing Seabrook Property to help preserve and protect open space in Lund’s Gulch

City purchasing Seabrook Property to help preserve and protect open space in Lund’s Gulch

The Lynnwood City Council unanimously authorized the City to proceed with the purchase of the Seabrook Property for $6 million from developer West View Properties at Monday night’s meeting. The purpose of the purchase of the 13 acres of open space in Lund’s Gulch is to conserve open space and to pro... »

Clothes For Kids celebrating fifth Transforming Lives Breakfast, honoring community partners March 12

Clothes For Kids celebrating fifth Transforming Lives Breakfast, honoring community partners March 12

Clothes For Kids is hosting its fifth Annual Transforming Lives Breakfast, Thursday, March 12, at the Lynnwood Convention Center. You can register at www.clothesforkids.org and click on the invitation or call 425-741-6500. “The breakfast is our largest annual fundraising event, allowing Clothes For ... »

Reminder: City to honor fallen firefighter Randy Terlicker with Celebration event on Friday at Rec Center

Reminder: City to honor fallen firefighter Randy Terlicker with Celebration event on Friday at Rec Center

The City of Lynnwood will be honoring the 20th anniversary of fallen firefighter Randy Terlicker with a Celebration Event to remember Terlicker’s legacy and to raise money for the Randy Terlicker Memorial Scholarship Fund. The Celebration event will be from 7-8 p.m on Friday, Feb. 27 at the Lynnwood... »

Happening nearby: Mountlake Terrace High School to receive First Amendment Press Freedom Award

For the fourth time, Mountlake Terrace High School has been selected to receive a First Amendment Press Freedom Award, an honor given by a joint committee of the Journalism Education Association (JEA), the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) and the Quill and Scroll International Honorary S... »

Clothes For Kids annual Winter Rummage sale set for March 6-8

Clothes For Kids annual Winter Rummage sale set for March 6-8

Clothes For Kids’ annual Winter Rummage Sale is scheduled for March 6-8. There will be adult clothing, children’s play clothes, furniture, housewares, linens, toys, books, tools and much more. Get a great deal and support Clothes For Kids in its mission to assist low-income children and ... »

Changes at the mall

Changes at the mall

There have been some changes at the Alderwood Mall with the recent closures of Oakley, Cache and Aeropostale. »

Lynnwood City Council approves mandatory garbage collection

Lynnwood City Council approves mandatory garbage collection

The Lynnwood City Council voted 6-1 Monday night to approve an ordinance that mandates property owners contract for garbage collection services. The new law will not go into effect until Aug. 1 to allow the City to do outreach in the community to inform residents of the change. About 75 percent of r... »

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