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A new marketing effort hopes to persuade the company to keep Dreamliner work in Everett.
The program’s leaders only assumed pilots would react differently to the triggering of the MCAS.
The massive columns and girders that will hold the track are popping up along I-5.
State inspectors allege that Chilos Builders exposed workers to hazards at area construction sites.
HopeWorks Station in Everett earned the highest LEED rating for energy-saving and eco-friendly features.
The state Employment Security Department couldn’t process all the new information, leaving users frustrated.
Test flights were performed from Vancouver to get around coronavirus-related U.S. travel curbs.
It’s the largest number of job openings Amazon has had at one time.
The company also released data showing the tally of lost 737 Max orders this year is now approaching 1,000.
A federal program will give some of the state’s unemployed a $300 weekly bump for the past five weeks.
Sound Transit, facing reduced revenues, could revise the timeline for some transportation projects.
The Seattle-based tech giant announced Friday that it would be expanding its workforce in the city.
The program uses federal CARES Act money to help nonprofits affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Some of these are works in progress. Others are already boosting commerce during the pandemic.
Football money powers college rowing programs, which keep Pocock Racing Shells in Everett afloat.
A second round of COVID-19 funding offers small business in the city grants of up to $20,000.
The college will pay $2.1 million for property that has been a home of the fraternal order since 2005.
A team of computational scientists has developed web-based software that maps the virus’ protein spikes.
How losing the county’s largest event affects vendors, students, businesses and local governments.
Combined the companies are set to invest over $35 million to iniatives in a pair of big-dollar moves.