EDMONDS — Swedish Edmonds CEO Jennifer Graves wears a hard hat and safety vest as she walks through her hospital's still-under-construction expansion. “It's amazing how much it changes...
EVERETT — The parent company of Everett's Fluke Corp. is breaking apart and one of the two new companies will be moving its headquarters here, according to a source familiar with the...
SEATTLE — Attorneys will be arguing Friday in U.S. District Court about who should control properties belonging to an Everett- based developer accused of securities fraud. While the...
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