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TheLab@everett, an innovation center for entrepreneurs and startups, will open its doors next month.
An Everett firefighter and his partner had a refined invention but needed business help — and a patent.
On Sept. 30, 1968, there were audible gasps as the world’s first jumbo jet was revealed at Paine Field.
A revised environmental assessment found no new significant issues arising from Paine Field flights.
John Haarlow, the assistant general manager of the utility, was chosen to be the new chief executive.
After 13 years at the helm, David Beyer plans to retire next June.
The board, with two seats up for grabs, defends its plan to hire a CEO before the November election.
The group that has run the Paine Field museum since 2005 is making way for new tenant Boeing.
As Boeing plans a new airplane model, state boosters are pleased to have their own data affirmed.
The state of South Carolina has ordered an evacuation of coastal areas, including North Charleston.
Progress had ground to a halt at sites all over Western Washington, including Snohomish County.
Burkett’s second-generation owner thought she’d stick with a career at Nordstrom. Then life changed.
Kaitlyn Davis finished college — then pored over three years’ worth of an espresso stand’s accounts.
“The biggest challenge women farmers face is being taken seriously,” says Linda Neunzig.
Jeannie Beckett is a successful writer of grant applications, and one of her secret weapons is CAP LOCK.
The artisan grocery in the Grand Avenue Marketplace development is expected to close Sept. 14.
It’s part of a regional expansion plan of the non-profit health-care provider.
With the furniture giant no longer interested, there’s a diverse new plan for commercial development.
A battery system fed by solar panels could be detached from the main grid and function independently.
Workers at the Port of Everett are driving 340 steel piles into the sea floor to strengthen a dock.