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For some local high school students, auto shop is the thing that keeps them from dropping out.
The former Everett wedding venue’s owner is accused of deducting money from workers’ checks without permission.
Rumors have swirled surrounding a demolition permit for the site was filed Oct. 7.
The Mukilteo aviation center has some new exhibits, but there are no plans to resume the factory tour.
The moratorium, in place since March and extended a few times, was to expire next week.
A new round of small business grants are available in Mukilteo and rural areas.
The refrigerated warehouse company adds to its footprint with a Snohomish County location.
The U.S. Labor Dept. is asking the company to prove it’s not making illegal race-based decisions.
In a trial run, the city of Everett launches a new food truck lot on city property.
WayPoint Interiors’ light-based system may be a serious contender in the battle against coronavirus.
Snohomish County pubs and eateries offer takeout fare and street-side dining to survive.
The president instead wants to focus on confirming his U.S. Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett.
The outlook assumes it will take about three years for air travel to return to pre-pandemic levels.
Stores like Best Buy, Macy’s, and Target offering Black Friday deals in October to avoid crowding.
Washington leaders are not happy. South Carolina thinks it’s great. Everett’s mayor said it’s a business decision.
First a pandemic, now the departure of the Dreamliner. Many Everett restaurants are struggling to survive.
Here’s a look back at two decades of ups and downs for one of Boeing’s marquee airplanes.
Boeing confirmed Thursday it will move all production of the 787 Dreamliner to South Carolina.
The revamped jetliner was set to take off from the former Boeing Field in Seattle for a 2-hour flight.
Boeing declined comment on a WSJ story saying the passenger jet’s assembly will move to South Carolina.