Janice Podsada

What will the 797 look like — and will Boeing even build it?

The company’s consideration of an all-new airplane was all the buzz at an aerospace conference this week.

Snow business can mean good business — or very little business

The weather has stalled customer traffic for some local firms — and created a boon for others.

50 years after the 747 first flew, a 797 is on the horizon

With eyes on the future, Boeing’s commemoration of an iconic but fading jumbo jet will be low-key.

They know how to get your food product on grocery shelves

The city of Snohomish is bringing expert advice to entrepreneurs and small businesses.

Everett-made smart mirrors are now a consumer product

Electric Mirror first rolled out tech-infused mirrors for the hotel industry. Now there’s a new market.

Passengers and workers await first Paine Field boarding call

“For 10 years I’ve been promising myself I would be on that first flight,” says a reservation holder.

Who will hire people recovering from addiction? Maybe you

Workforce Snohomish will pay transitional wages for workers who need to get back to work.

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                                The first of two KC-46 Pegasus tankers to be delivered to the U.S. Air Force is readied for a ceremony Thursday inside the main Boeing plant at Paine Field in Everett.

KC-46: Aerial gas station, troop transport, cargo carrier

As Boeing hands off the first Pegasus tankers to the Air Force, it’s easy to overlook their versatility.

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                                The first of two KC-46 Pegasus tankers to be delivered to the U.S. Air Force is readied for a ceremony Thursday inside the main Boeing plant at Paine Field in Everett.

For a day, troubles are forgotten as Boeing delivers tankers

The company celebrated Thursday as it handed off two KC-46 Pegasus airplanes to the Air Force.

6 Amazon delivery robots invade Snohomish County — but where?

The company is conducting a test of wheeled drones in an undisclosed neighborhood starting Wednesday.

Federal shutdown delays start of airline service in Everett

Key FAA officials, who must give a final OK to Paine Field passenger flights, are on furlough.

For legal cannabis growers, there’s little room for error

Four violations could shutter The Clone Zone, an Arlington cannabis firm that employs 30.

The Riverfront area could be Everett’s I-5 ‘welcome mat’

Developers of a commercial district there hope to begin construction in August.

More square feet and a dog run but higher rents in Everett

Median rents for one- and two-bedroom apartments are higher in Everett than Seattle, study says

Federal shutdown could delay Paine Field passenger flights

The FAA says furloughs at the agency might postpone the final decision on Everett airline service.

Complaint says Kaiser Permanente didn’t bargain in good faith

The federal agency alleges the healthcare provider tied the negotiations to a ban on picketing.

An Everett animal research facility has a new owner

It has been acquired by a Canadian firm that supports drug development.

Leadership Snohomish County head elected to national board

Kathy Coffey will help a leadership group expand its reach.

This county is ready to take off — and not just at the airport

Commercial air service is just one of several big factors likely to drive business in 2019.

Snohomish County PUD plans a 1.3% electricity rate hike

The utility said it averted a larger rate increase through cost control measures.