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‘Holy smokes’: For Everett veterans, a chance to restore war memorabilia
For Memorial Day, a local VFW post partnered with a restoration company to save decades-old uniforms and medals.
South County Fire opens free life jacket stations at 2 parks
The self-serve stations at Martha Lake County Park and Lake Ballinger Waterfront Park provide free life jackets through Labor Day.
Pedestrian identified in fatal crash near Lynnwood
Rhonda Smith, 60, was struck by a vehicle in the 17900 block of Ash Way.
Man shoots 2 in Lynnwood hotel parking lot, killing 1
The man heard his truck being started outside his hotel and found it occupied by a stranger. He shot and killed him, police said.
Overnight I-405 work to close southbound lanes, ramps between
The lane reductions are between Bothell and Lynnwood from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. each day this week.
With predecessor forced out, Alderwood water district hires new manager
Dick McKinley was put on paid administrative leave due to a string of workplace complaints. The district replaced him this week.
After 2 mistrials, woman turns down plea deal in Lynnwood killing
Shayla Baylor, 28, fatally stabbed Greg McKnight outside a Fred Meyer, but claimed it was justifiable. Two trials ended in hung juries.
Diced onions, a pandemic casualty, are back at Costco food court
You have to ask for onions in Lake Stevens. For some, it’s a much bigger deal than a single-use cup. It’s a reminder of a pre-pandemic world.
Fire displaces 11 residents at Lynnwood townhomes
The flames were reported around 3 p.m. in the 19800 block of 50th Avenue W.
Lynnwood council member Binda admits to violating ethics rules
The council member used his public email and the council chambers for a speaking tour that netted him at least $14,500.
Sound Transit: Prioritize Lynnwood over East Link
Sound Transit staff are pushing for Lynnwood Link service — even if it’s less frequent — over an East Link starter line.
As need grows, Snohomish County seniors help feed the hungry
Many of those in need are elderly themselves. Homage has seen demand for meals for seniors increase by nearly 50% in recent years.
In praise of beef: Two upscale steakhouse chains expand to SnoCo
Loosen your belts and get ready to sample Brazilian and Californian flavors at Lynnwood’s Fogo de Chão and Mill Creek’s Rare Society.
Investigator proposes Binda admit to violating city ethics code
Attorney Noel Treat recommended City Council member Josh Binda should acknowledge using public resources for personal gain.
‘Always a miracle’: Inclusive baseball league opens season in Monroe
After years off because of COVID-19, Miracle League Baseball returned Saturday with the help of a $10,000 donation.
Binda criticism mounts over unapproved trip, shirtless photo, ‘excuses’
Lynnwood’s youngest council member went to a national conference despite being told not to — in the midst of other scandals.
Lynnwood council bans new drug treatment centers for 6 months
Months after being “blindsided” by an opioid treatment center near a Boys and Girls Club, the council approved a moratorium this week.
1,670-stall Lynnwood Transit Center parking garage opens Monday
Sound Transit had the facility built as part of construction for light rail, which won’t begin service until next year.
Everett, first to sue opioid company, signs on to state settlements
Snohomish County’s largest city joined the settlements just ahead of an April 18 deadline. It could see $4 million.
Edmonds man dies in Highway 99 crash north of Lynnwood
The Washington State Patrol was investigating the collision near 156th Street SW that closed both directions Sunday morning.