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The manufacturer’s small, temporary homes have helped hundreds of people get off the streets around Puget Sound.
Port of Everett CEO Lisa Lefeber hopes to boost manufacturing across the state with a new incentive.
Suzi LeVine’s departure is effective Feb. 1. A deputy, Cami Feek, will serve as acting commissioner.
In a new proposal, a developer envisions 350 units, two buildings of at least seven stories, a one-acre courtyard and a dog spa.
Even during a pandemic, people still have their favorites.
The company builds electric motors, and it’s teaming with Arlington’s Eviation to launch a fully electric plane.
The review of the aircraft “began with the MCAS but went far beyond.”
After nationwide search, Garry Clark, a Nebraska business advocate, will take the helm in February.
The COVID-19 pandemic hit just as Matt and Jill Wurst were getting the business off the ground.
The planes will be permitted to fly as long as they meet specific safety conditions.
Developed by the city, Snohomish Delivers encourages online shoppers to look local. And it’s free.
Home prices are soaring and bidding wars are back, and Snohomish County “Zoom towns” are hot locations.
Homeowners with remodeling plans are keeping local contractors busy. Winter hasn’t slowed them down.
The COVID-19 pandemic touched every aspect of the economy in the U.S., state and Snohomish County.
The company has borrowed billions and cut thousands of jobs to reduce costs.
She was born at Providence in Everett and leads the health care provider’s northwest Washington group.
The settlement includes money for crash victims’ families, airline customers and airlines, and a fine.
When the rent is unpaid, property owners and lessors look to Rachel and Britt Morgan for help.
Change orders for the project added nearly $2 million to the project’s original $9.5 million budget.
The company intends to repair 787 planes at its factory in Everett