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Around 1993, Toni Munizza the Cathcart Unicycle Club was formed. Some 28 years later, it’s still going strong.
Partially blind Japanese native Shinji Maeda came to the U.S. to become an aviator. Then he toured the world.
The airplane repair company president will step into his role at a critical moment for the aerospace industry.
Priced out of the home real estate market, the Kelneros invested their down payment in a second business.
The airline says it will have 13 daily departures by fall and 18 by next spring — “possibly earlier.”
The Northwest Innovation Resource Center is partnering with the CleanTech Alliance and Washington Maritime Blue.
The now-retired owner’s grandson is reopening the venerable Everett establishment this month.
Connect Casino Road paired with Ventures to offer business classes to disadvantaged entrepreneurs.
Developers and port officials celebrated the opening of the first phase of the Waterfront Place Apartments.
The Paine Field terminal is expected to offer at least 12 daily flights by October. In 2019, there were 24.
NorthPoint Development plans to invest $400 million, and then some, in a business park that spans Marysville and Arlington.
Bring your tea caddy or spice jar: Chai Cupboard carries more than 100 teas and 100 spices.
Local nursing students and faculty say they couldn’t let the pandemic get in the way of their goals.
Off Planet Research creates simulated lunar soils here, so that moon landers can touch down gently.
New Waterfront Place Apartments open May 15 at the port — local retailers welcome the influx.
The Grape & Grain store offers wine and beer from “our backyard” — Washington, Oregon and California.
The air cargo carrier would need federal approval to establish regular service from Paine Field in Everett.
Garry Clark has taken the helm at Economic Alliance Snohomish County, where job one is pandemic recovery.
Wings of Rescue, which airlifts companion animals, made a big delivery to Everett for local shelters.
The 655-foot Westwood Columbia is the first ship to call at the newly upgraded South Terminal dock.