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A woodland off 20th Street SE has been leveled, leaving wildlife in search of new habitat.
The current estimate for the crop is 117 million bushels, down from last year’s 165 million.
A new Indian low-cost airline is in talks with Boeing to purchase 737 Max jets.
In July, Boeing delivered 28 commercial jets, won 31 gross orders and had 17 orders canceled.
Brian Mariotti will step aside as CEO. Funko’s current president will become chief executive in 2022.
Businesses that received loans of $150,000 or less can apply through the Small Business Administration.
With the eviction moratorium’s expiration, Snohomish County renters are reporting major price hikes.
The cargo carrier has taken over the lease for the Dreamlifter center, which Boeing no longer needs.
The Everett Forward Grant Program offers one-time grants of $5,000 or more to eligible projects.
Even during a pandemic people have their favorites
Katherine Tai talked trade with farmers from Western Washington and toured the WSU Bread Lab.
It will honor “an individual who works tirelessly for economic development and viability” in the county.
Amazon has pushed back its return-to-office date for workers until January as COVID-19 cases surge.
It’s one of the largest workplace safety and health fines in state history.
Eviation has engineering facilities in Arlington and expects to test fly its first electric aircraft this year.
The event is sponsored by the city, the Chamber of Commerce and the Lynnwood Convention Center.
With bidding wars, all-cash deals and a median home price that’s up 32% this year, what’s a buyer to do?
Nechirvan Zebari burned out on health care during the pandemic. His Everett bakery was an antidote.