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Drive to build new AquaSox ballpark gets $7.4M boost from state
The proposed Senate capital budget contains critical seed money for the city-led project likely to get matched by the House.
Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer to acquire Bothell-based Seagen
Pfizer announced Monday it plans to acquire Seagen in an all-cash deal for $43 billion.
Dumpko? $30M worth of Funko Pop! collectibles destined for landfill
The Everett toy maker has too much inventory, making it cheaper to toss the figurines than sell them.
Women business owners in Snohomish, Island counties make their mark
In honor of Women’s History Month, we spotlight three local business owners.
Edmonds International Women’s Day takes place Saturday
The Edmonds gathering celebrates women and diversity with this year’s theme, “EmbraceEquity.”
Malicious Women Co: She turned Crock-Pot candles into a sassy venture
Lacie Marsh-Carroll is rekindling her Snohomish candle company with new designs and products.
The Wool Wagon to hit the streets of Whidbey Island
A self-described “professional yarn temptress” from Coupeville is setting up shop in a modified truck.
Drawing interest: Twin sisters never gave up on making their mark
Lynnwood sisters, Kelly and Nichole Matthews, got their big break a decade ago and now draw comics full time.
Court rejects deception charges against Savers Value Village
The Washington state Supreme Court handed the thrift store chain Savers Value Village a unanimous win Thursday.
Shortage of skilled airplane workers slows aerospace recovery
Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance conference concluded in Lynnwood with Boeing absent again.
Judge rejects bid to nullify Boeing deal over Max crashes
District Judge Reed O’Connor in Fort Worth said federal law doesn’t give courts the power to oversee agreements that prosecutors make with defendants.
Boeing plans to cut about 2,000 finance and HR jobs in 2023
Boeing plans to outsource about a third of the eliminated positions to Tata Consulting Services in Bengaluru, India.
Barb Lamoureux, ‘North Everett’s Real Estate Agent’ retires
A longtime supporter of Housing Hope, Lamoureux helped launch the Windermere Foundation Golf Tournament.
AGC Biologics in Bothell to produce new diabetes treatment
The contract drug manufacturer paired with drug developer Provention Bio to bring the new therapy to market.
Growing green mushrooms in downtown Everett
The founder of Black Forest Mushrooms plans to grow gourmet mushrooms locally, reducing their carbon footprint.
Quantum computing firm IonQ to open Bothell R&D center
IonQ says quantum computing systems are key to addressing climate change, energy and transportation.
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.
US board says Boeing Max likely hit a bird before 2019 crash
U.S. accident investigators disagree with Ethiopian authorities over the cause of a 2019 Boeing 737 Max crash.
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.
Coastal Community Bank Offers Classes for Businesses
To support local business owners and their teams, Coastal offers complimentary Money Smart for Small Business courses designed to help those starting and managing a… Continue reading