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Meadowdale hires O’Neill as new boys basketball coach

Meadowdale hires O’Neill as new boys basketball coach

Meadowdale High School has hired one of its own as the school’s new boys basketball coach. Roger O’Neill, a 2009 graduate, was promoted to head coach on Tuesday. O’Neill was the junior varsity coach f... »

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City Council schedules Public Hearing on proposal to ban shipping containers in residential zones

City Council schedules Public Hearing on proposal to ban shipping containers in residential zones

The Lynnwood City Council has scheduled a Public Hearing on the issue of the use of shipping containers as accessory structures in residential zones. The Public Hearing is set for 7 p.m., May 11 in the Council Chambers at Lynnwood Civic Center, 19100 44th Ave W, Lynnwood. The City is proposing an am... »

City issues Determination of Non-significance for Highway 99 housing project; public comment period closes May 8

City issues Determination of Non-significance for Highway 99 housing project; public comment period closes May 8

The City of Lynnwood has issued a determination of non-significance for a proposed apartment complex project at 18626 Highway 99, on the southwest corner of 186th Pl. SW. and Highway 99. A determination of nonsignificance or DNS means that a proposal is not likely to have significant adverse environ... »

Alderwood Water & Wastewater District holding two Public Hearings on May 18

Alderwood Water & Wastewater District holding two Public Hearings on May 18

The Alderwood Water & Wastewater District Board of Commissioners will hold Public Hearings on the withdrawal of territory from the District’s corporate boundary and the District’s Conservation plan during its regular meeting on May 18. The proposed withdrawal area is located generall... »

Happening nearby: 1st Security Bank to offer free document shredding, electronics recycling May 2 in Edmonds

Happening nearby: 1st Security Bank to offer free document shredding, electronics recycling May 2 in Edmonds

A free community document shredding and electronics recycling event is being offered by 1st Security Bank Edmonds on Saturday, May 2, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. People are encouraged to bring their sensitive documents for secure shredding as well as their old electronics for proper recycling. Electronics ac... »

Edmonds Community College hosts 30th annual powwow ‘Honoring Mother Earth’ May 1-3

Edmonds Community College hosts 30th annual powwow ‘Honoring Mother Earth’ May 1-3

Edmonds Community College’s Native American Student Association hosts its 30th annual powwow, “Honoring Mother Earth,” May 1-3. The powwow brings together students, families, and communities to celebrate American Indian singing, drumming, dancing, and arts and crafts. It will be held in Seaview Gym ... »

Volunteers honor Earth Day at Gold Park

Volunteers honor Earth Day at Gold Park

An enthusiastic group of volunteers joined Edmonds Community College LEAF School in an Earth Day/National Day of Service event Saturday at Gold Park in Lynnwood. Volunteers assisted with restoration efforts, removal of invasive plants and new native plantings. New interpretative signs also were inst... »

Pacific Little League players enjoy their moment on the diamond

Pacific Little League players enjoy their moment on the diamond

It was a big day for 65 baseball and softball teams as they marched onto the field to be recognized by families and friends during Pacific Little League Day Saturday at Lynndale Park. Last year’s Pacific Little League All-Stars/Northwest Region Champs/Little League World Series team and their ... »

Brighton School students celebrate Earth Day at Ballinger Park

Brighton School students celebrate Earth Day at Ballinger Park

Brighton School students were among the more than 60 volunteers who celebrated Earth Day at Ballinger Park in Mountlake Terrace. Students, along with residents from Mountlake Terrace, Edmonds and Lynnwood, picked up litter and debris in the park and also removed weeds from the area near the Hall Cre... »

Saturday is Pacific Little League Day

Saturday is Pacific Little League Day

Nothing says spring like Little League baseball. Saturday is Pacific Little League Day, which runs from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Lynndale Park field,Lynndale Park, 18927 72nd Ave. W., Lynnwood, The free event will celebrate all Pacific Little League baseball and softball players and coaches — pa... »

Child’s Play: Lighten up and have fun with ’50 Dangerous Things’

Child’s Play: Lighten up and have fun with ’50 Dangerous Things’

Just last week, I was talking to my kids’ pediatrician about one of the million things I am worried about. At this point, over nine years into our relationship as pediatrician and person who needs reassurance, she handles it by saying just the right thing. I suspect she doesn’t need a long history t... »

Celebrating Arbor Day in Lynnwood

Celebrating Arbor Day in Lynnwood

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Lynnwood Police blotter

Lynnwood Police blotter

The following are selected incidents from the Lynnwood Police blotter. April 15 16700 block of Highway 99. Warrant service. A juvenile female was arrested for a warrant and new charges of possession of a dangerous weapon and drug paraphernalia. 5700 block of 200th St. SW. Theft. A GPS was stolen fro... »

Electronics recycling event May 2 to benefit Meadowdale HS Music Boosters

Electronics recycling event May 2 to benefit Meadowdale HS Music Boosters

Meadowdale High School Music Boosters Club is hosting an electronics recycling event on Saturday, May 2, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the high school, 6002 168th St. S.W. Among the items to be recycled: computers, laptops, printers, computer parts, faxes, scanners, appliances, stereos, bicycles and barbec... »

Lynnwood Convention Center appoints new General Manager

Lynnwood Convention Center appoints new General Manager

Sara Blayne has been named the new General Manager at the Lynnwood Convention Center. Blayne will direct all aspects of the convention center’s operation and will work with the Lynnwood Public Facilities District, owner of the convention center, to provide direction to grow the success of the ... »

Sound Transit Board selects final route and stations for Seattle-to-Lynnwood light rail extension

Sound Transit Board selects final route and stations for Seattle-to-Lynnwood light rail extension

The Sound Transit Board unanimously approved the preferred alternative for the Lynnwood Link Extension during Thursday’s Board meeting in Seattle. The preferred alternative features four stations, including an elevated station at the Lynnwood Transit Center, and added parking in Lynnwood. Two additi... »

DeVry University to close its Lynnwood campus by end of year

DeVry University to close its Lynnwood campus by end of year

DeVry University, a for-profit career school, announced Thursday that it plans to close its Lynnwood campus by the end of the year. The school’s parent company, DeVry Education Group, said it was taking steps to reduce costs in the face of declining enrollment. Nationwide, total undergraduate ... »

Possible live ammunition, World War II grenades prompts temporary lockdown at Lynnwood Civic Justice Center

Possible live ammunition, World War II grenades prompts temporary lockdown at Lynnwood Civic Justice Center

Lynnwood Police reported that about 12:20 p.m., a well-meaning resident who had been doing some house-cleaning at home discovered a box containing unknown ammunition and what appeared to be two World War II-style hand grenades. The individual brought them to the Lynnwood Police Department for dispos... »

Reminder: Alderwood Garden Club hosts Spring Plant Sale on Saturday

Reminder: Alderwood Garden Club hosts Spring Plant Sale on Saturday

The Alderwood Garden Club Spring Plant sale is set for 9 a.m.- 1 p.m., Saturday, April 25 at the Lynnwood Eagle Aerie. Perennials, bulbs, herbs, annuals and various specialty plants are featured, along with veggie starts. Good selection and great prices. The Lynnwood Eagle Aerie is located at 19223 ... »

Celebrate Earth Day at Gold Park on Saturday

Celebrate Earth Day at Gold Park on Saturday

The public is invited to join the Edmonds Community College LEAF School in an Earth Day/National Day of Service event from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, April 25 at Lynnwood’s Gold Park. Volunteers will assist with restoration efforts, removal of invasive plants and new native plantings. Hot lunch... »

Lynnwood housing prices, sales decline but homes are selling faster

Lynnwood housing prices, sales decline but homes are selling faster

Lynnwood showed a 0.7 percent decline in home prices and a 8.8 percent drop in in home sales year over year. But homes sold two weeks faster than they did last year. In addition, 27.3 percent of homes sold were bought by buyers who paid in all cash, according to Redfin, a national real estate broker... »

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