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The Lynnwood shopping center, closed since March 24, could reopen in June. But expect changes.
The fate of the vintage aircraft museum that featured Paul Allen’s private collection is up in the air.
The new grant program offers matching advertising credits to businesses serving Snohomish County.
The Boeing Employees Community Fund helps local nonprofits afford food, equipment and services.
Alaska is down to one departure per day due to the coronavirus outbreak’s effect on travel.
Snohomish event venues say they should be allowed to operate as restaurants do when they reopen.
Commercial air service at small and regional airports, including Everett’s, has dwindled or vanished.
“In sign language, all the grammar and tenses are in the facial expressions.” says Marissa Foley.
Business is picking up at Rubatino Refuse Removal in Everett. By the way, please bag your trash.
At an Everett Safeway, a store director screens employees and gently enforces social distancing.
There are hula hoops and virtual hugs as the Boys & Girls Clubs offer free child care to first responders.
Priority for funding will be given to businesses and nonprofits that employ or serve lower incomes.
The new company’s CEO has at least one tough customer — his wife, who teaches fourth graders online.
Due to puzzling technicalities, busy Paine Field has had little luck with the federal bailout.
Promising vigorous cleaning and social distancing, the company has opened facilities throughout the state.
Many are missing rent or mortgage payments for the first time. And there is a ripple effect.
More than 27,000 employees are expected to return to work in Everett and Renton starting Monday.
Federal grants are based on 2018 passenger counts. Unfortunately, Everett passenger service began in 2019.
Alaska Airlines is down to four daily Everett departures. United is flying once or twice.
With COVID-19 still a concern, the company promised to “have all of the necessary safety measures in place.”