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The company builds electric motors, and it’s teaming with Arlington’s Eviation to launch a fully electric plane.
After nationwide search, Garry Clark, a Nebraska business advocate, will take the helm in February.
Officials say they’re under a non-disclosure pact until permits are issued for a five-story, $355 million project.
Home prices are soaring and bidding wars are back, and Snohomish County “Zoom towns” are hot locations.
Homeowners with remodeling plans are keeping local contractors busy. Winter hasn’t slowed them down.
She was born at Providence in Everett and leads the health care provider’s northwest Washington group.
The lead time is great, and the company has a history of launching new programs during hard times.
In spite of the pandemic, the number of new businesses is up sharply compared to last year.
The Colors of Hawaii gift store has relocated to Broadway. Yes, of course, they sell grass skirts.
Tired of storing holiday decorations, a Bothell couple launched a company that rents tree ornaments.
The four-week ban on indoor dining has local restaurants pondering whether to shut their doors for good.
The new chair of the Snohomish County Airport Commission wants everyone to get acquainted with Paine Field.
Project Reinvent is working with Workforce Snohomish to help businesses weather the downturn.
An Everett dentist and his two dentist brothers have created their own in-house dental plan.
Virtual visits are helping Providence and Compass Health see more patients safely and promptly.
Winning teams from six cities took home $75,000 in prize money. One winner built a better still.
The iconic theater has endured since 1923, and is hanging on during the pandemic.
They told state senators that old allegiances aren’t worth much in these economic hard times.
The commercial headquarters could indeed come to Paine Field. But demand for big jets will not rebound quickly.
Brenda Cavoretto was injured when a dead body fell on her in 2012. She’s accused of overselling its lasting impact.