One of Snohomish County’s major road projects in the Alderwood Mall area, the 36th/35th Avenue W Improvements Project just outside Lynnwood city limits, has received a major boost in funding with a $3 million loan from the Washington State Public Works Board.
For the health and safety of our campus community, Edmonds College will extend its remote operations and continue serving students and the community remotely through August 1st by continuing to provide most classes and services online.
With an excessive heat warning in effect for Western Washington, Sno-Isle Libraries is preparing to offer its air-conditioned community libraries as “cooling centers” through the unprecedented hot days ahead.
Edmonds College has partnered with the Verdant Health Commission and Seattle Visiting Nurse Association to provide a series of free, drive-through flu immunization clinics on campus from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm every weekday through Tuesday, October 27th.
Snohomish County Sheriff's detectives are investigating a Lynnwood apartment complex shooting that resulted in a high-speed pursuit and fatal car crash in Lake Forest Park early on Thursday morning, September 10th.
A family of six safely escaped a duplex fire north of Lynnwood early Thursday morning, August 27th, after being awakened by their smoke alarms. Firefighters quickly gained control of the fire and kept it contained to the kitchen area.
Amid the pandemic, the 29th annual PAWSwalk is looking different but the goal remains the same - raise funds for the thousands of homeless, injured, and orphaned dogs, cats and wild animals cared for at PAWS facilities in Lynnwood and Seattle.
Due to recent rains and anticipated cooler weather conditions, effective Tuesday, October 6th, at 8:00 am, the burn ban is lifted for all of the unincorporated areas of Snohomish County by order of the Snohomish County Fire Marshal, Michael McCrary.