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An Everett street scene — live, via ‘Tweakers’ video cam

An Everett business owner ratcheted up his campaign to draw attention to homelessness, illegal drug use and criminal activity in the city. Last… Continue reading

Mukilteo company makes spy-proof phones

Steve Hill discovered his company’s phones were used in the White House after President George W. Bush left office. The owner of Teo Technologies in… Continue reading

Boeing pilots draw a 787 across America with 18-hour flight

It’s got the aviation world talking. A Boeing test team flew Wednesday a route that drew the outline of the 787-8 in the skies over… Continue reading

Seattle Genetics buys drug manufacturing plant for $43.3 million

Seattle Genetics announced Tuesday that it agreed to spend $43.3 million to purchase a pharmaceutical manufacturing plant in Bothell. The biotech firm plans… Continue reading

Everett man sends provocative message with ‘Tweakerville’ sign

An Everett business owner fed up with illegal drug use and low-level crime around the city is using his computerized reader board to… Continue reading

Everett Clinic, two others open new health-care clinics

The Everett Clinic is continuing its push to expand, opening a new clinic in Woodinville. It’s the clinic’s third site outside Snohomish County. Two other… Continue reading

Port pays $6.1M to reclaim lease of Everett Marina Village

The Port of Everett agreed this week to pay $6.1 million to buy back the ground lease of Everett Marina Village, which includes… Continue reading

First Financial reaches deal to buy four Opus Bank branches

The holding company of First Financial Northwest Bank announced Thursday that it is acquiring four branches from Opus Bank, including three in Snohomish… Continue reading

Fortive to acquire Industrial Scientific Corp. of Pittsburgh

Fortive Corp. announced Thursday that it had signed an agreement to acquire Industrial Scientific Corp., a Pittsburgh company that makes gas detection equipment.… Continue reading

Bringing smiles to the world: Dental equipment maker honored

Most dentistry is performed in an office, but sometimes patients can only be reached by elephant. That’s where Aseptico comes in. The south… Continue reading

Gov. Inslee, GOP spar over vetoed tax break for manufacturers

Gov. Jay Inslee defended his decision to veto a tax break for manufacturers, saying it felt unfair to him to raise property taxes… Continue reading

Moss Adams remodels Everett offices, refreshes brand

It’s a fresh look and a chance to re-tell its story. Accounting firm Moss Adams just remodeled its sizable office in downtown Everett… Continue reading

Biotech firm CMC Biologics to add 100 to 150 in Bothell

CMC Biologics plans to add 100 to 150 employees over the next two to three years as it becomes the hub for bioscience… Continue reading

Clear Image owner purchases FastSigns of Everett

FastSigns of Everett has been purchased by a local business owner who will relocate the shop this summer to downtown Everett. Daniel and… Continue reading

Clear Image owner purchases FastSigns of Everett

FastSigns of Everett has been purchased by a local business owner who will relocate the shop this summer to downtown Everett. Daniel and… Continue reading

Seattle Genetics’ cancer drug outperforms traditional treatment

Another week, another major announcement from Seattle Genetics. The Bothell biotech firm said Monday morning its drug Adcetris with a combination of chemotherapy… Continue reading

Albertsons converts Lynnwood store into Safeway

A celebration is planned Wednesday for the conversion of a long-time Albertsons grocery store into a Safeway. Albertsons merged with Safeway in 2015… Continue reading

Twin City Foods to close Stanwood plant; 85 jobs affected

Frozen vegetable processor Twin City Foods plans to close its packaging plant in Stanwood, affecting as many as 85 employees. The plant, which… Continue reading

Deal to bring hotel to Everett waterfront by October 2019

The Port of Everett has reached a deal with Seattle’s Columbia Hospitality to build a 142-room hotel on the Everett waterfront. Construction is… Continue reading

Geek Chic, maker of high-end gaming furniture, closes

An Everett company that won fanfare for its deluxe, high-end furniture designed for playing tabletop games has shut down. Geek Chic announced on… Continue reading