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H&M welcomed into Lynnwood

H&M welcomed into Lynnwood

By Mike Guevarra
October 12, 2012
Filed under The425

Don‘t be surprised to see some students walking around with a nice new outfit in the coming weeks. Internationally famous Swedish “fast fashion” chain H&M (Hennes and Mauritz) opened up a new location at Alderwood Mall on Thursday, Oct. 4. The store can be described as a upscale Forever...

Fire closes Red Onion

Fire closes Red Onion

By Nick Fiorillo
October 11, 2012
Filed under The425

Local restaurant, The Red Onion, remains closed after it suffered significant fire damage on Oct. 1. No one was hurt during the fire. According to Fire District 1, the fire was reported around 9:05 p.m. The cause of the fire has not yet been determined, but according to Fire District 1, “it does...

222nd St. SW detour underway

By Nick Fiorillo
October 9, 2012
Filed under recent, The425

The detour of 222nd St. SW continues, while work crews make several improvements to 222nd St. between 44th Avenue W to 39th Avenue W. The detour is scheduled to continue until Oct. 11. However, a statement from the city said, “this schedule is weather dependent and may be modified.” 222nd St....

October is Domestic Violence Awareness in Mountlake Terrace

By Nick Fiorillo
October 9, 2012
Filed under recent, The425

To combat the issue of domestic violence, the City of Mountlake Terrace (MLT) has proclaimed October to be “Domestic Violence Awareness Month.” The proclamation was decided on the city council’s Sept. 17 meeting. Part of the city’s activities for Domestic Violence Awareness Month include the...

Community Transit may have route changes and fare increases

Community Transit may have route changes and fare increases

By Will Khadivi
October 9, 2012
Filed under The425

Community Transit (CT) is proposing another shake-up for MTHS students who ride the public bus. Beginning in February 2013, route 112 will again serve the Lynnwood Transit Center and the CT board is proposing a fare increase. The change to route 112 is welcomed news for many MTHS students who ride...

Citizens, city employees come to clean Terrace’s parks

Citizens, city employees come to clean Terrace’s parks

By Eve Largent
September 19, 2012
Filed under The425

Residents and city officials got their hands dirty on Sept. 15 for Volunteer Park Cleanup Day. Nearly 20 volunteers gathered to clean Terrace Ridge Park, located at 4600 242nd St S.W. Terrace Parks Services and Property Management Superintendent for the city of Mountlake Terrace Ken Courtmanch was...

Bryan Wahl, new city councilman Q&A

Bryan Wahl, new city councilman Q&A

By Nick Fiorillo
September 18, 2012
Filed under The425

Q. How long have you lived in Mountlake Terrace? A. 15 years. I moved here in ’97, but I grew up in Shoreline, so I’m very familiar with the area. Q. What did you learn while on the city planning commission that prepares you for a job on city council? A. What I’m finding now is...

150 backpacks donated to elementary students by local businesses

150 backpacks donated to elementary students by local businesses

By Nick Fiorillo
September 18, 2012
Filed under The425

When Mountlake Terrace Elementary school students return to school this fall, local businesses want them to have everything they need for a successful year. The fourth year of the Mountlake Terrace Business Association (MLTBA) “Backpacks for Little Hawks Program” turned out to be their most s...

Melt Frozen Yogurt: meltdown

By Nick Fiorillo
September 18, 2012
Filed under The425

Fans said goodbye to Mountlake Terrace’s only frozen yogurt store, Melt Waffle and Frozen Yogurt, when it closed for good in late August. Just blocks from MTHS on 212th St SW, the location seemed like the ideal place for people, especially teens at MTHS, to spend money and enjoy a new t...

Mountlake Terrace Civic Center future

Mountlake Terrace Civic Center future

By Nick Fiorillo
September 17, 2012
Filed under The425

125 more votes. Proposition 1 only needed 125 more Yes votes to pass the required 60 percent of the vote. Proposition 1 to fund the construction of a new civic center in Mountlake Terrace received 56.83 percent yes votes and needed 3.17 percent more to pass with a super majority. The vote...

Business complex building at Cedar Valley Road on second-alarm fire

Business complex building at Cedar Valley Road on second-alarm fire

By Nick Fiorillo
August 15, 2012
Filed under recent, The425

A Lynnwood business complex at 20016 Cedar Valley Road has been reduced to scorched wood after it caught fire on Wednesday afternoon, August 15. According to KIRO 7, the 911 call about the fire came in at 2:48 p.m., and when they arrived, they saw smoke and flames coming from the second floor of the building ...

Waste Management strikes

Waste Management strikes

By Nick Fiorillo
August 1, 2012
Filed under recent, The425

As the Waste Management Teamsters strike continues, garbage, recycling and yard waste throughout the area is piling up. Waste Management announced that Mountlake Terrace, and 18 other cities would again not receive any service today. The post announcing the service cancellation also said “Waste M...

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