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Don’t be spooked: Be safe on Halloween

Don’t be spooked: Be safe on Halloween

While Halloween is supposed to be scary, parents shouldn’t be afraid to teach their children how to be safer. With Halloween being one of the most dangerous days of the year for child pedestrians R... »

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Spaghetti dinner and auction on Saturday to benefit FIRST robotics teams

Spaghetti dinner and auction on Saturday to benefit FIRST robotics teams

Mountlake Terrace is hosting a fundraising spaghetti dinner and auction on Saturday, Nov. 1, to benefit the FIRST robotics teams in the Edmonds School District. The event is scheduled for 5:30 to 9 p.m. at Mountlake Terrace High School, 21801 44th Avenue West. The spaghetti dinner includes the main ... »

Head to the mall for safe and dry Trick or Treating

Head to the mall for safe and dry Trick or Treating

The following Alderwood Mall retailers will be handing out treats at their location while supplies last. abercrombie 4 – 6pm Aeropostale 6 pm American Girl – handing out stickers all day Anime World – throughout day Anthony’s Fish Bar 5 – 9 pm Anthony’s Seafood Gr... »

Alderwood Mall offering free delivery on purchases

Alderwood Mall offering free delivery on purchases

You can now enjoy the convenience of same day delivery at Alderwood Mall. Now through the end of the year, have your Alderwood Mall purchases delivered for free. Have all of your in-mall purchases delivered the same day to your home, office or hotel -or- have your purchases held by our Guest Service... »

Swedish Hospital settles claim regarding interpretation services for deaf patient

Swedish Hospital settles claim regarding interpretation services for deaf patient

The U.S. Department of Justice announced Thursday that it has entered into an agreement with Swedish Edmonds Hospital to remedy alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Washington began the investigation after a complainant, wh... »

Commentary: 21 local pastors, faith community leaders back Initiative 594

Commentary: 21 local pastors, faith community leaders back Initiative 594

The following was written by 21 pastors and faith community leaders from Lynnwood, Edmonds, and Everett. We write to ask for and encourage you to vote YES on Initiative 594. We believe this will help reduce gun violence in our communities. Local law enforcement, community leaders, gun owners and oth... »

Haunted Halls of Hemlock Acres to offer dry Halloween fun

Haunted Halls of Hemlock Acres to offer dry Halloween fun

The Haunted Halls of Hemlock Acres will be open on Friday, Oct. 31. From 5-7 p.m., the halls are child-friendly and spook-free and the haunting will be from 7 p.m.-1 a.m. A $1 donation required for admission with proceeds going to Children’s Hospital. Haunted Halls of Hemlock Acres is located ... »

Reminder: Lynnwood, Meadowdale cheer squads to perform at 2014 Spirit Showcase Saturday at Meadowdale High School

Reminder: Lynnwood, Meadowdale cheer squads to perform at 2014 Spirit Showcase Saturday at Meadowdale High School

The Edmonds School District’s 2014 Spirit Showcase is scheduled for noon, Saturday, Nov. 1 at Meadowdale High School gym. Come watch cheer, dance and hip hop performances from students at Mountlake Terrace, Lynnwood, Meadowdale, Edmonds-Woodway and high schools. The programs starts at noon. Admissio... »

Chick-fil-A breaks ground on new Lynnwood restaurant

Chick-fil-A breaks ground on new Lynnwood restaurant

Chick-fil-A took a big step toward opening its first restaurant in Lynnwood. The company formally broke ground at the future site of its first restaurant in Lynnwood on a sunny Wednesday afternoon. The restaurant will be located at 3026 196th St. SW. in the parking lot of Lowe’s. Lynnwood will be on... »

Take your kids here for a safe and fun Halloween

Take your kids here for a safe and fun Halloween

Here are some Halloween related events and activities for kids: Edmonds Community College invites the community to visit the haunted STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) lab 12-6 p.m., Fri., Oct. 31 in Monroe Hall, 6606 196th St. SW. in Lynnwood. Witness explosive — yet safe — demons... »

Time for a good flushing

Time for a good flushing

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Reminder from Superintendent Brossoit regarding student marijuana use

Reminder from Superintendent Brossoit regarding student marijuana use

October 29, 2014 Dear Families: I received a call from a school principal; he had just met with a student who was in possession of marijuana at school. The principal had the parent come in for a meeting to discuss the matter. The first thing the parent said upon entering the principal’s office with ... »

PAWS 2015 calendar release party coming Nov. 8, final days for Adopt A Shelter Dog specials

PAWS 2015 calendar release party coming Nov. 8, final days for Adopt A Shelter Dog specials

PAWS is hosting a launch party for its 2015 calendar on Nov. 8. The party wil be from 2-4 p.m. at Mud Bay, 8532 1st Ave. NW, Seattle. Featuring soulful photographs by Alyssa Rose Photography, the PAWS 2015 Calendar is an annual celebration of animals. This unique wall calendar makes a great gift and... »

HomeStreet Bank receives Community Spirit Award

HomeStreet Bank receives Community Spirit Award

HomeStreet Bank, which has branches in Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace, has been named the recipient of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle’s (FHLB) annual Community Spirit Award. This is the first time in its history that HomeStreet has received this prestigious award. The award recognizes a membe... »

Lynnwood Police Crime Prevention Unit aims to educate public on car prowls

Lynnwood Police Crime Prevention Unit aims to educate public on car prowls

The Lynnwood Police Crime Prevention Unit, with help from the Volunteers in Public Safety (VIPS), will be out and about on Wednesday, Oct. 29, surveying parked vehicles as part of its Car Prowl Prevention Campaign. Representatives will be placing a small notice on vehicles educating folks about whet... »

Happening nearby: Snohomish Pie Company coming to Mountlake Terrace

Happening nearby: Snohomish Pie Company coming to Mountlake Terrace

Over the past couple of years Mountlake Terrace’s West Plaza shopping center has seen numerous changes: the expansion of Double DD Meats, the addition of the Diamond Knot Brewpub @ MLT, the closure of Prime Pizza and its space being taken over by Romio’s Pizza and Pasta Express. Now another tasty ch... »

Police Department accepting applications for 2015 Citizens Academy

Police Department accepting applications for 2015 Citizens Academy

The Lynnwood Police Department is accepting applications for its upcoming Citizens Academy. The Department will be offering a 13-week Citizens Academy this coming January, which is a unique learning experience conducted by the police department and designed to give citizens a better understanding of... »

Lynnwood Finance Director Lorenzo Hines resigning to take position in California

Lynnwood Finance Director Lorenzo Hines resigning to take position in California

Finance Director Lorenzo Hines has resigned his position at the city of Lynnwood to accept the Assistant City Manager job in Pacifica, Calif. Mayor Nicola Smith made the announcement at Monday night’s City Council meeting. Hines’ last day with the city is Nov. 7. “I’m pretty proud of what we’ve done... »

Edmonds School District hosting community meeting on its plans for bus maintenance facility Wedneday

Edmonds School District hosting community meeting on its plans for bus maintenance facility Wedneday

The Edmonds School District will be holding a community meeting to discuss its plans to build a maintenance and transportation operations facility at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 29 at Cedar Valley Community School’s cafeteria, 19200 56th Ave. W., Lynnwood. The proposed facility will be built on... »

Puget Sound Blood Center issues call for donors

Puget Sound Blood Center issues call for donors

The recent tragedy in Marysville and other demands on the blood supply have prompted the Puget Sound Blood Center to issue a call for eligible donors to schedule an appointment this week. The center reports that several blood types and its supply of platelets been impacted by recent events. The Puge... »

Edmonds Community College men’s soccer team ties with Whatcom

Edmonds Community College men’s soccer team ties with Whatcom

The Edmonds Community College men’s soccer team played visiting Whatcom to a 0-0 draw Saturday at Triton Field. The tie insures the Tritons (7-3-2 in league, 7-7-3 overall) can finish no lower than second in the NWAC North standings. The Tritons are currently atop the North standings with 23 p... »

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