Biz Bits

Lego store Bricks & Minifigs opening in Everett

Bricks & Minifigs, a store specializing in new and used LEGO sets, bulk bricks, and mini-figures, is celebrating its grand opening on Saturday. The store,… Continue reading

JCPenney partners with EvCC, WSU to assist students

Earlier this month, JCPenney partnered with the Career Service Centers at Everett Community College and Washington State University North Puget Sound at Everett for a… Continue reading

Re/Max Elite adds two agents in Lynnwood

Jenelle Dent and Lori DaSilva have joined Re/Max Elite as agents at its Lynnwood office. Dent comes to Re/Max Elite from Realty Brokers, Inc. She… Continue reading

Register for Marysville Tulalip Business Before Hours event

The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce holds its next Business Before Hours Networking at 7:30 a.m. on Oct. 27 at the Tulalip Resort Casino… Continue reading

Wells Fargo donates $2,500 to Edmonds Center for the Arts

Edmonds Center for the Arts has received a grant of $2,500 from Wells Fargo in support of the center’s Arts for Everyone program. Arts for… Continue reading

Barron Heating to celebrate anniversary at Marysville showroom

Barron Heating and Air Conditioning is celebrating its 45th anniversary from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at its Marysville showroom. Owned by John Barron… Continue reading

Leadership Snohomish County celebrates 20 years of service

Leadership Snohomish County is celebrating its 20th anniversary. The organization was launched in partnership with the Everett Chamber of Commerce in 1997. Leadership Snohomish County… Continue reading

Molina Medical holds fall carnival for families in Everett

Molina Medical is hosting a free event for families in the Everett community. The fall carnival is from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday… Continue reading

Remodeled home tours planned this weekend

This weekend, Edmonds-based Chermak Construction will participate in the 2017 Remodeled Homes Tour sponsored by Dunn Lumber. Chermak Construction’s tour home is located in Edmonds.… Continue reading

Snohomish, Monroe manufacturers honored for innovation, excellence

Two Snohomish County companies have been honored with Manufacturing Excellence awards at the Oct. 5 Association of Washington Business Institute’s annual Manufacturing Summit. HPF Manufacturing… Continue reading

Speed Networking planned by Lynnwood Chamber

The next Good Morning, Lynnwood Chamber Speed Networking is from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Thursday at Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle North Lynnwood, 20610 44th… Continue reading

Economic Alliance to host After Hours event at Clothes for Kids

The next Economic Alliance Snohomish County Business After Hours event is from 5 to 7 tonight at Clothes For Kids, 16725 52nd Ave. W. Suite… Continue reading

City of Marysville adds HR director

The City of Marysville has hired Bill Kolden as its new human resources director. Kolden’s public sector management and leadership career includes 28 years with… Continue reading

Extreme cleaning company Steri-Clean opens in Mukilteo

The first Washington franchise of the Steri-Clean company will celebrate its grand opening in Mukilteo in November. The extreme cleaning company whose services include crime… Continue reading

Jewelry, accessories store Fuego opens second site in Snohomish County

Northwest-based jewelry, accessories and gifts store Fuego opened a new outlet store at the Seattle Premium Outlets in Tulalip. The store that features a handpicked… Continue reading

Scratch-and-sniff brochures aimed to prevent disaster

Puget Sound Energy has distributed more than a million scratch-and-sniff brochures to customers and business owners so they can recognize the odorant used to help… Continue reading

EvergreenHealth Eye Care starts offering services in Mill Creek

EvergreenHealth Eye Care began serving patients at 1025 153rd St. SE, Suite 100, Mill Creek. The new practice is part of an acquisition of Mill… Continue reading

Credit union gives bookstore gift cards to EvCC students

Last month, Inspirus Credit Union invited students from Everett Community College to spin a wheel for a chance to win a gift card of $10,… Continue reading

DaVita helps raise money to improve access to dialysis care

Earlier this month, more than 700 cyclists participated in the 11th Annual Tour DaVita from Sky River Park in Monroe. Organizers anticipated more than $1.2… Continue reading

Local grocers named to Washington Food Industry Association board

The Washington Food Industry Association has named its 2017-2018 board. Members from our region include: Mike Trask, president of Stanlar Foods in Granite Falls; Ali… Continue reading