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Workforce Snohomish will pay transitional wages for workers who need to get back to work.
As Boeing hands off the first Pegasus tankers to the Air Force, it’s easy to overlook their versatility.
The company celebrated Thursday as it handed off two KC-46 Pegasus airplanes to the Air Force.
The company is conducting a test of wheeled drones in an undisclosed neighborhood starting Wednesday.
Key FAA officials, who must give a final OK to Paine Field passenger flights, are on furlough.
Four violations could shutter The Clone Zone, an Arlington cannabis firm that employs 30.
Developers of a commercial district there hope to begin construction in August.
Median rents for one- and two-bedroom apartments are higher in Everett than Seattle, study says
The FAA says furloughs at the agency might postpone the final decision on Everett airline service.
The federal agency alleges the healthcare provider tied the negotiations to a ban on picketing.
It has been acquired by a Canadian firm that supports drug development.
Kathy Coffey will help a leadership group expand its reach.
Commercial air service is just one of several big factors likely to drive business in 2019.
The utility said it averted a larger rate increase through cost control measures.
Newly elected PUD commissioners Sid Logan and Rebecca Wolfe talk about issues and their priorities.
A vice president, Karri Matau, will succeed CEO Maddy Metzger-Utt early next year.
The Wonderland Developmental Center plans to open the Hope Rising Clinic early next year.
Economic development director Dan Eernissee hopes to turn the city into a more happening place.
Some retailers are being forthright with customers: The trade war is hitting home.
This isn’t a popular time of year, but it might be smart to get pre-qualified and start looking.