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The company has lost more than 800 net orders so far this year.
The congressman said leaders in Washington D.C. continue to negotiate for further COVID-19 relief.
Bowlers statewide are rallying to open venues shut by COVID rules, but this Everett business isn’t waiting.
A handful of customers said they were worried about privacy, peak-hour rate increases and safety.
The seven-story, 140-unit Kinect @ Broadway is one of several facelifting projects in Everett’s core.
Marysville worries the major project on 51st Avenue NE will gum up traffic at a nearby intersection.
Federal officials are seeking to fine Boeing $1.25 million for practices related to 787 inspection oversight.
With a free permit, businesses can expand outdoor seating to street parking areas — and fencing is provided.
Lyell Immunopharma is investing $50 million in a new manufacturing facility that will employ about 100.
In her new job, Kay Barnes will work to ensure that the city’s staff reflects Everett’s diversity.
Abacus links hobbyists, crafters and artists with people who want to learn new skills — virtually.
Upper Left Records will offer albums from local bands and new pressings of classic recordings.
With people staying home, do you scale back activities and events — or do you close?
The streetscape looks better, but pedestrian traffic hasn’t returned.
The public will now get 45 days to comment, after which the FAA is expected to publish a final rule.
Everett’s airline terminal fills with passengers on Saturday; elected officials pledge their support.
The president had floated plans for an outright ban of the app on national security grounds.
Bob Martin must pay a $90,000 fine and may lose his license after defying stay-home order in May
The U.S. and European Union prepare to launch a barrage of tariffs on each other’s exports.
The company will slow production of the 787 and 777 models and delay first delivery of the 777X until 2022.