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The college will pay $2.1 million for property that has been a home of the fraternal order since 2005.
A team of computational scientists has developed web-based software that maps the virus’ protein spikes.
How losing the county’s largest event affects vendors, students, businesses and local governments.
Combined the companies are set to invest over $35 million to iniatives in a pair of big-dollar moves.
The company said it notified the FAA and is trying to determine the cause of the problem.
Casting Operations, which is affiliated with Blue Origin of Kent, is building on six acres near the airport.
The move gets around health-related U.S. travel restrictions.
The hot HGTV show, in which dated Snohomish County homes get revamped, will expand to an hour.
In the weeks since service resumed, passenger volume shows promise, an airline executive says.
Several places applied and were approved to claim public right-of-way room to bolster business.
The small businesses on wheels are gathering where most people now work and spend their time — home.
They left 1,100 feet of pipe, 6,500 gallons of drilling fluid, a drill tip and more under the seabed.
Marysville druggist sells portion of century-old business to Rite Aid, but her shop’s getting a reboot.
If Boeing decides to consolidate production of the model, South Carolina has a very strong case.
Meanwhile, the company is hiring around 3,000 employees in its defense and space division.
The New England classic sandwiches are sold by the highway in Freeland. It’s next to a pot shop.
Merle Ash, a consultant for Frognal Estates, denies pushing a code change to help the project.
With demand soaring, it was time for glass company Goldfinch Brothers to find a new home.
The Port of Everett is bracing to suffer as its biggest customer, the Boeing Co., scales back production.
The coronavirus lockdown means less metal is in circulation. Banks and merchants are desperate for change.