Herald Business Journal Staff

Albertsons to close one of its two Everett stores

The grocery chain says it continuously evaluates performance of stores, which means closing this one.

 

Business-related bankruptcies for Snohomish County

The following Snohomish County businesses or individuals filed business-related bankruptcies with U.S.…

 

Snohomish County tax liens

Snohomish County tax liens Tax liens are gathered from online public records…

 

Business-related bankruptcies for Snohomish County

The following Snohomish County businesses or individuals filed business-related bankruptcies with U.S. Bankruptcy Court for Western District of Washington from Dec. 1-31. 17-15315-CMA: Chapter 11,… Continue reading

South Everett office building sold for $14.4 million

Redmond real estate firm Smartcap purchases second office building in corporate park in Everett.

Peoples, HomeStreet banks bump lowest salaries after tax cut

The banks with Snohomish County branches will raise minimum salaries for employees to $15 an hour.

Trio of celebrity dogs to make appearance at Everett Petco

A trio of celebrity dogs from the Northwest will be at a book-calendar signing from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Petco, 1203 SE… Continue reading

Monroe’s Canyon Creek, retirement community craft toys for charity

Emerald Heights Retirement Community, Monroe Correctional Complex build hundreds of wooden toys.

Leading through change focus of Lynnwood aerospace conference

Hundreds for aerospace companies around the world are planning to attend.

Everett Clinic Foundation gives $6,500 to nonprofit Christmas House

The Everett Clinic Foundation recently awarded a $6,500 operating grant to the nonprofit Christmas House. Christmas House brings Christmas joy to local low income families.… Continue reading

EvergreenHealth Monroe pharmacy interns travel to Ghana

Earlier this year, University of Washington School of Pharmacy students and EvergreenHealth Monroe Pharmacy interns, Justin Fernando and Marissa Norton, traveled to Ghana to provide… Continue reading

Katie Garrison

New agent joins Re/Max Elite’s office in Snohomish

Re/Max Elite welcomed a new agent to its Snohomish office. Katie Garrison has a background in sales and previously owned Seattle’s Peak Café. She studied… Continue reading

Katie Garrison

UW Bothell Pub Talk looks at Greenhouse Gas Mystery

The Greenhouse Gas Mystery is the topic for the next UW Bothell Pub Night Talk at McMenamins. Surya Pathak, associate professor in the School of… Continue reading

Everett volunteer named ‘community champion’ by Molina Healthcare

Everett’s Jorge Galindo was one of seven people across the state to be honored by Molina Healthcare of Washington at its ninth annual Community Champions… Continue reading

Fluke’s T6 Electrical Testers receives Innovation Awards honor

Fluke’s T6 Electrical Testers have received top honors in the Tools and Instruments category of the AHR 2018 Innovation Awards. The award will be presented… Continue reading

7-Eleven program helped add 500 trees, shrubs to Everett park

Last month, 7-Eleven helped plant more than 500 trees and shrubs at Forest Park, Everett’s oldest public park. The company’s efforts were part of its… Continue reading

Cascade Valley Health to hold Festival of Trees in Arlington

Cascade Valley Health Foundation will be holding their fifth annual Festival of Trees event at 6 p.m. on Friday at the Glen Eagle Club House… Continue reading

Donate coats for Clothes for Kids of Snohomish County

Washington Energy Services is conducting a local coat drive to benefit Clothes for Kids of Snohomish County. The coat drive is throughout the month of… Continue reading

Everett’s Sentry Credit celebrates a quarter century in business

Sentry Credit Inc. in Everett is celebrating its 25th year in business. The nationally licensed collection agency at 2809 Grand Ave. was started by James… Continue reading

Funko donates hundreds of Pop! Heroes to Christmas House

Everett’s toy and collectibles maker Funko has donated hundreds of its Pop! Heroes toys valued at thousands of dollars to Christmas House, a Snohomish County… Continue reading