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The program uses federal CARES Act money to help nonprofits affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Some of these are works in progress. Others are already boosting commerce during the pandemic.
Football money powers college rowing programs, which keep Pocock Racing Shells in Everett afloat.
A second round of COVID-19 funding offers small business in the city grants of up to $20,000.
A team of computational scientists has developed web-based software that maps the virus’ protein spikes.
Casting Operations, which is affiliated with Blue Origin of Kent, is building on six acres near the airport.
In the weeks since service resumed, passenger volume shows promise, an airline executive says.
If Boeing decides to consolidate production of the model, South Carolina has a very strong case.
With demand soaring, it was time for glass company Goldfinch Brothers to find a new home.
The seven-story, 140-unit Kinect @ Broadway is one of several facelifting projects in Everett’s core.
Lyell Immunopharma is investing $50 million in a new manufacturing facility that will employ about 100.
In her new job, Kay Barnes will work to ensure that the city’s staff reflects Everett’s diversity.
Abacus links hobbyists, crafters and artists with people who want to learn new skills — virtually.
Upper Left Records will offer albums from local bands and new pressings of classic recordings.
With people staying home, do you scale back activities and events — or do you close?
Everett’s airline terminal fills with passengers on Saturday; elected officials pledge their support.
For now, the flights will be few and the frills are gone at Everett’s airline terminal.
Julio Cortes, 34, brings ‘passion and fearlessness to uplift our community.’
Natosha Gobin is spreading her passion for Lushootseed to tribal and non-tribal students.
Down from 24 daily departures, Alaska and United combined will resume, for now, with only three per day.