This business consultant’s priority is helping others find their voice, achieve their goals and be successful.
He watched racism affect his father’s prospects. Now he works to spark conversation and heal divisions.
This third-year medical student is a TikTok influencer with 400,000 followers.
Now a congressional aide, he joined the Washington National Guard and got involved in politics.
This transit analyst discovered the joy of car-free travel during college. He wanted to share his enthusiasm.
This social services director was once homeless herself, utilizing the services she now refers others to every day.
Partnering with Dignity for Divas, she’s helped plan a day of pampering for women on the streets.
In school, this marketing manager was on a downward spiral until he filled his life with volunteer activity.
This banking professional teaches financial skills to students at Everett-area schools.
Twelve years ago, this communications and marketing director launched her port career as an intern.
This Edmonds-based activist founded Suburbia Rising/Stories of Self Solidarity to promote social justice.
This physical therapist has a simple strategy: “The more work you put in, the more you achieve.”
After 61 years in business, Everett’s much-loved roller rink closed on Sunday.
For 121 years, editions of the newspaper have rolled off presses in Everett. Soon, that will change.
A new press is expected to be operating later this year.
Rubatino Refuse Removal started with two carts and four draft horses. The new owners also have generations of experience.
Results are expected April 15. If workers vote in favor, they would be the only unionized Verizon stores outside New York.
So far flights out of Paine Field in Everett have been unaffected. No picketing was seen there Friday.
Union members have held out for better benefits and pay since December. Missed concrete deliveries have delayed work.
Also, an Edmonds restaurant group raises money for Ukrainians.