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With 747 out, Boeing to open new 737 Max line at Everett’s Paine Field
Since the last 747 rolled out of the factory, speculation has been rife that Boeing might move some 737 Max production to Everett.
Behar’s Furniture in Everett closing after 60 years
“It’s time to move on.” The small family-owned store opened in 1963 and grew to cover an entire city block.
Shoppers, restaurants, bakeries bedeviled by soaring egg prices
Avian flu is to blame for costs that have more than doubled in the past year. Local diners in particular are shelling out more cash.
New state law requires employers to give pay range in job postings
Washington’s new pay transparency law aims to narrow wage gaps based on race or gender — though some companies may seek loopholes.
The end of an era for The Daily Herald’s Sunday edition
When the U.S. Postal Service begins delivering The Herald in January, a weekend edition on Saturdays will replace the Sunday newspaper.
Snohomish contractor fined $396K for repeat fall protection violations
State inspectors cited Genesis Framing Construction for failing to protect workers from falls. Its owner had 15 past citations.
Everett’s longtime J. Matheson gift store finds new life in Seattle
Miranda Matheson had her mother’s blessing when she opened a new J. Matheson Urban Gifts & Kitchens in Green Lake.
At 122 years old, this old house could use a little help
The Everett Historic Theatre is a venue for music and comedy, community theater and fundraisers.
Federal aid available for groups affected by Bolt Creek fire
The Small Business Administration offers loans to businesses, nonprofit and farms harmed by disasters.
Final 747 rollout signals end of an era for Boeing, Everett
After a 55-year run, the last of the “Queen of the Skies” emerged from the Everett assembly plant Tuesday evening.
Artisans PNW in Everett offers local gifts, books and art
The Everett store that opened in May can trace its roots to an enterprising Girl Scout troop in Snohomish.
Business Briefs: Seagen appoints new CEO; new research president
Also, Eviation order book tops $2 billion and Bothell business incubator secures half-million dollar grant.
Now open: Cassandra’s Closet, a new downtown Everett boutique
This boutique has 12 months to make it a go! The store sells new and used women’s and men’s clothing.
Petrikor, in downtown Everett, grew from online to brick-and-mortar
The store is a labor of love for two local entrepreneurs who longed for a better kind of home and garden store.
New Chick-fil-A restaurant coming to Everett?
An Everett Mall Way location would be the restaurant chain’s fourth Snohomish County store.
Port of Everett christens new Norton cargo terminal
The $40 million terminal took two years to complete and doubles the port’s storage capacity.
Go ahead, hit snooze: Most Black Friday deals are online
Braving the stores on Black Friday is still a thing, but more retailers are closed on Thanksgiving.
Proposed merger of Albertsons and Kroger worries employees
Workers at an Albertsons in Marysville urge shoppers to sign a petition blocking the $25 billion deal.
Snohomish County-based battery maker awarded $100M federal grant
Money from US Department of Energy will help Group14 Technologies construct a new manufacturing plant in Moses Lake.
With new addition, Imagine Children’s Museum doubles in size
More than just space, the Everett museum’s new $25 million wing is an investment in mental health.