Janice Podsada

Paine Field to get a paltry amount of airport stimulus money

Federal grants are based on 2018 passenger counts. Unfortunately, Everett passenger service began in 2019.

2,500 Boeing workers to resume work in Everett and elsewhere

With COVID-19 still a concern, the company promised to “have all of the necessary safety measures in place.”

Lynnwood firm makes aerosol boxes to protect medical workers

Plastic fabricators are rushing to build simple plastic boxes to help guard against COVID-19 infection.

CEO of Economic Alliance steps down, interim CEO appointed

Patrick Pierce steps down after four years at the helm for job in Clayton, North Carolina

Food manufacturers shift into overdrive to keep shelves full

Nobody but nobody is questioning food manufacturers’ inclusion on the list of essential businesses.

Monroe maker of hair products switches to hand cleaner

Federal regulators eased the rules around the production of hand sanitizer, but not the formula.

For their second weddings, these couples ditched decorum

In the old days, second-time brides and grooms were advised to keep things low-key. Those days are gone.

‘Essential’ businesses: Florists, boat sellers and toy makers

Interpretations of the governor’s stay-home order are many, and some strain credulity.

Most building sites have shut down, but there are exceptions

The state Senate Republican Caucus has asked Gov. Jay Inslee to lift the ban on residential work.

Boeing plants here to close; infected Everett worker dies

To the relief of anxious employees, the company said it will shut down factory operations for two weeks.

Frontier Communications will become Ziply Fiber by May

The new owner of Frontier’s Northwest holdings promises there will be no disruption in service.

Companywide, Boeing reports 11 confirmed cases of COVID-19

Boeing will equip more employees to work remotely, but for now factory workers will stay on the line.

5 Boeing workers in Everett tested positive for COVID-19

The company says work areas were “deep-cleaned” and they and other workers were sent home for quarantine.

With mop, brush and elbow grease, she sweats the details

Kelly Jane Heindel started her own Everett business cleaning boats — from wheelhouse to waterline.

Businesses discourage face-to-face time, do extra cleaning

At Boeing, a sick worker prompted the company to send him and others home and scrub their work area.

Founder of Lombardi’s restaurant started with a sandwich shop

Diane Symms plans to retire and let her daughter take the reins at the chain’s three establishments.

Paine Field’s passenger terminal is a year old. What’s next?

More than one million passengers have flown in or out of Everett. Is it time for bigger airplanes?