Scene nearby: Northgate pedestrian and bicycle bridge installed

As seen Sunday by photographer David Carlos: The northbound Interstate 5 portion of the Northgate Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge was installed. The southbound half will go up next weekend. When complete, the bridge — a project of the Seattle Department of Transportation — will connect Northgate Mall to North Seattle Community College. Learn more here.

Scene nearby: Veterans Cemetery

Edmonds photographer Sam Spencer captured this photo at Evergreen Washelli Veterans Memorial Cemetery, located at 11220 Aurora Ave. N. in Seattle. According to The History List, the cemetery was established in 1927, when Clinton S. Harley, then general manager of Evergreen-Washelli and a veteran of the Spanish American War, offered a large section of the…

Scene in Lynnwood: Overview of 196th St SW work

Photographer David Carlos got a bird’s eye view — via drone footage — Sunday of Lynnwood’s 196th Street Southwest Improvement Project. Plans for the project include widening the roadway from the Lynnwood Convention Center at 36th Avenue West to Fred Meyer at 48th Avenue West by turning the five lanes into seven lanes and adding…

Scene in Lynnwood: Senior center reopens

The Lynnwood Senior Center is now open for a limited restart Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to noon. You are welcome to visit the senior center in person at 19000 44th Ave. W. in Lynnwood for registrations, questions and a coffee chat discussion group taking place in the dining room. Complimentary beverages and snacks are…

Spring must be here — Hwy 99’s Country Farms now open

Country Farms, the iconic outdoor fruit and vegetable market located at 228th Street Southwest and Highway 99, opened for the season last month, and shoppers were taking advantage of spring temperatures Friday afternoon. You can learn more about the history of the business, which has been at the same location in the unincorporated Esperance neighborhood…

Bird watching: Got my eye on you

Dave Goven took these photos of Northern Flickers during a few brief sun breaks Friday in the Edmonds/Lynnwood area. “Springtime is the mating season, so there was a lot of frolicking going on,” he said.

Scene in Lynnwood: Precision Tune building demolished

Precision Tune occupied 19610 44th Ave. W. for 40 years, closing last June. The auto shop has moved to its other location, at  9113 State Ave., in Marysville. The building was demolished as part of the city’s 196th Street Southwest Improvement Project. The Lynnwood Square strip mall, located nearby, is smack in the formidable footprint of…

Four years ago in Lynnwood: Grand re-opening for Lynndale Elementary

After close to three years of planning and construction, Lynndale Elementary School, located at 19030 72nd Ave. W. in Lynnwood, celebrated its grand re-opening on Jan. 12, 2017. The new, 68,000-square-foot, two-story building was constructed on existing school grounds and boasts many new amenities, such as increased daylight areas, temperature-controlled rooms, open grounds, improved vehicle…

Three years ago in Lynnwood: Shop with a Cop

Law enforcement and first responders helped children in need shop for presents for themselves and family members during the 9th annual Shop with a Cop event at the Lynnwood Target store Dec. 6, 2017. The 2020 event was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Four years ago in Lynnwood: Legos on display

Iconic American landmarks crafted entirely out of Legos were on display at various locations around Alderwood Mall on Oct. 13, 2016. These were part of a traveling “Lego Americana Roadshow” sponsored by the Lego toy company. (Photos by David Carlos)