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The company will open a new distribution center at the Port of Everett’s Riverside Business Park.
The CEO cited “a significant rental increase” as a factor in shuttering the Town Center location.
A replica of the plane that Charles Lindbergh flew will take off Sunday from the Arlington airport.
It opened in 1969, pre-dating the mall. The closure had been rumored and was confirmed on Wednesday.
The spouses of three Alder BioPharmaceuticals founders suffer from severe, chronic headaches.
The local YWCA held its first training workshop last month in Edmonds.
Employees at Valence in Everett are learning sign language from their deaf co-workers.
Snohomish County’s jobless rate hasn’t been this low since 1999. And that’s good for job-seekers.
“We’re not seeing guys in the field swinging a hammer and holding an iPad,” says the owner of Bill’s Blueprint.
Lisa Lefeber, now deputy executive director, will assume the top leadership post Oct. 16.
Downtown Everett businesses cope with road closures, debris and the roar of the jackhammer.
To accommodate the schedule, the airline will reduce the number of daily departures to Los Angeles.
A plane like the one Charles Lindbergh flew across the Atlantic logged its first flight in Arlington.
Jeff “Wick” Wicklund is back in town with a new wine bar and bottle shop inside the iconic restaurant.
State officials have honored Motor Trucks for giving veterans a chance — by giving them a job.
Good riddance to carburetors, says Tim Dry. But high tech didn’t change everything about car maintenance.
Formerly in Seattle, Golden Fleece Billiards finds a new sweet spot in downtown Everett.
Two will move on to the November general election after Tuesday’s primary.
A Lake Stevens mom and daughter opened a puff-pastry business and hit the road. So far, yum!
It could be cutting ties with the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau as it goes to competitive bids.