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The location is the second brick-and-mortar retail store for the company — the first being in Everett.
Count Funko among the fans of Paine Field flying. Meanwhile, where next? Chicago or Dallas, anyone?
Janet Bruckshen and others at Washington Vocational Services match workers with employers in need.
The family of the founders of Squid Socks is pitching in at their living-room headquarters.
They are there to promote state aerospace companies and other manufacturers.
JAG Artworks in Everett is a labor of love by an artist who still has a day job.
The director of the Snohomish County-owned airport was the target of a scam to register complaints.
District 1 port commissioner Bruce Fingarson and David Simpson square off for a seat at the port.
Stop Animal Exploitation Now! filed a complaint against Altasciences based on a confidential report.
At a conference, Brad Tilden speculated about expanded passenger service, but flights are capped — for now.
Their homegrown startup invented Squid Socks, which won’t slip off kids’ feet.
Most vendors and patrons said the new location is roomier, cleaner and more accessible.
Regional firms need more local workers to fill skilled jobs: out-of-staters tend not to relocate.
The annual show is leaving Seattle’s South Lake Union and will call the Port of Everett home.
The retirement funds of the Washington State Investment Board now have a stake in Propeller Airports.
Among those honored by Leadership Snohomish County was the Port of Everett’s incoming CEO.
Everett’s plastic bag ban went into effect Monday and savvy shoppers brought their reusable totes.
Most of Hotel Indigo’s 142 rooms overlook Port Gardner and the Port of Everett’s Waterfront Place.
The college gets a grant to partner with Boeing and three Snohomish County school districts.
Lisa Lefeber says she’ll help build “a balanced waterfront” with jobs, Navy operations and recreation.