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Even during a pandemic, people still have their favorites
Union leaders say Providence’s latest offer includes low wages and cuts to benefits and paid leave.
The Mukilteo alehouse had to remove six picnic tables that were on park property, which abuts the building.
He got confidential information from his wife, who was an Amazon finance employee at the time.
State inspectors noted a dozen “willful serious violations.” Allways Roofing says it will appeal.
Agreements with the Tulalips, Stillaguamish and 13 other tribes await approval by the governor and the feds.
To attract orders for the plane, Boeing has been offering some customers steep discounts.
During the pandemic, outdoor seating has become quite popular.
The airplane repair company president will step into his role at a critical moment for the aerospace industry.
Deliveries remain an issue due to problems in factories and increased scrutiny from U.S. regulators.
Even during a pandemic, people still have their favorites.
He, his brother, and the winner of an auction, will be aboard the New Shepard spacecraft on July 20.
Priced out of the home real estate market, the Kelneros invested their down payment in a second business.
Local leaders say the Navy’s decision to locate 12 frigates in Everett bodes well for the base’s future.
Ferry passenger volume indicates a rebound in the island’s popularity as a destination.
Applied Aero Systems, which plans to appeal, does material coatings and assembly for Boeing and others.
The airline says it will have 13 daily departures by fall and 18 by next spring — “possibly earlier.”
The Northwest Innovation Resource Center is partnering with the CleanTech Alliance and Washington Maritime Blue.
The company will still test workers for other drugs and conduct “impairment checks” on the job.
The now-retired owner’s grandson is reopening the venerable Everett establishment this month.