Janice Podsada

50 years ago, they rolled it out: the first Boeing 747

On Sept. 30, 1968, there were audible gasps as the world’s first jumbo jet was revealed at Paine Field.

New FAA report could clear the way for 2019 airline service

A revised environmental assessment found no new significant issues arising from Paine Field flights.

Meet the PUD’s ‘Candidate D’: He’ll get the $390,244 top job

John Haarlow, the assistant general manager of the utility, was chosen to be the new chief executive.

Everett Community College President Dr. David Beyer on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 in Everett, Wa. The Henry "Scoop" Jackson winner is Everett Community College president David Beyer as named by the EASC. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Everett Community College’s president retiring after 13 years

After 13 years at the helm, David Beyer plans to retire next June.

Everett Community College President Dr. David Beyer on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 in Everett, Wa. The Henry "Scoop" Jackson winner is Everett Community College president David Beyer as named by the EASC. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

PUD board candidates question ‘secrecy’ in CEO hiring process

The board, with two seats up for grabs, defends its plan to hire a CEO before the November election.

The future is past as Future of Flight exhibits are removed

The group that has run the Paine Field museum since 2005 is making way for new tenant Boeing.

Another study says we’re best state for aerospace commerce

As Boeing plans a new airplane model, state boosters are pleased to have their own data affirmed.

As big hurricane nears, Boeing will suspend assembly in SC

The state of South Carolina has ordered an evacuation of coastal areas, including North Charleston.

Construction strike ends; work resuming on numerous projects

Progress had ground to a halt at sites all over Western Washington, including Snohomish County.

From mother to daughter: An Everett boutique marks 40 years

Burkett’s second-generation owner thought she’d stick with a career at Nordstrom. Then life changed.

Kaitlyn Davis opened Moe’s Espresso in July in downtown Arlington on August 24, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Before buying her first business at 24, she hit the books

Kaitlyn Davis finished college — then pored over three years’ worth of an espresso stand’s accounts.

Kaitlyn Davis opened Moe’s Espresso in July in downtown Arlington on August 24, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

County farming coordinator knows agribusiness first hand

“The biggest challenge women farmers face is being taken seriously,” says Linda Neunzig.

Don’t take her for granted: This writer is worth millions

Jeannie Beckett is a successful writer of grant applications, and one of her secret weapons is CAP LOCK.

Open just a few months, Farms & Market in Everett to close

The artisan grocery in the Grand Avenue Marketplace development is expected to close Sept. 14.

Kaiser Permanente plans to open Smokey Point clinic in 2020

It’s part of a regional expansion plan of the non-profit health-care provider.

Good riddance, Ikea: Residents welcome a new Riverfront plan

With the furniture giant no longer interested, there’s a diverse new plan for commercial development.

PUD breaks ground on Arlington Microgrid power project

A battery system fed by solar panels could be detached from the main grid and function independently.

Don’t worry, that pile driver’s limited to 2,000 clunks a day

Workers at the Port of Everett are driving 340 steel piles into the sea floor to strengthen a dock.

New Everett clinic brings Seattle Children’s Hospital closer

The expansion offers more services for patients like this heart transplant recipient.

Drone seen flying illegally on Mukilteo side of Paine Field

Unmanned aerial vehicles are prohibited within five miles of any airport, except with FAA permission.