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With hundreds of open hygienist and assistant positions statewide, local dentists are short-handed.
If all goes to plan, the tribes could get federal approval for sports books at two casinos by the fall.
A preliminary report indicates that pilots had repeatedly reported the problem days earlier.
In all, 260 units are planned for the downtown Everett site. The older brick building will remain.
Garry Clark has taken the helm at Economic Alliance Snohomish County, where job one is pandemic recovery.
The company in April delivered 19 Maxes, three 737s for military use and seven larger widebody planes.
Records show a dispute over cleanup requirements for chemically tainted water. The company denies there’s a disagreement.
One of the luckiest retailers in the state was a Safeway in Everett, as measured by $1,000-plus winners.
The company said that the new problem was unrelated to the flight-control system.
The 655-foot Westwood Columbia is the first ship to call at the newly upgraded South Terminal dock.
The company is the tenant behind Project Roxy, a $355 million building at the Cascade Industrial Center.
Some employers are required to increase wages by $4 an hour, the city council voted Tuesday.
Wichita-based TECT Aerospace filed for Chapter 11 and plans to sell an Everett manufacturing facility.
The fifth annual day-long Step Up: Moving Racial Equity Forward will be held online on April 30.
Here’s how some of Snohomish County’s biggest companies and organizations say they are making a difference.
At a Bristol Myers Squibb lab, the cells are altered and returned to patients fighting non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
A large warehouse on the Bomarc property in Everett also is for sale.
Terminal operator Propeller Airports foresees a possible upswing by June as air travel rebounds.
Terry Battuello will fill a newly created economic development position at the public-private nonprofit.
It’s unknown if some of the company’s 60,000 Seattle-area employees will continue working from home.