Monday, March 4, 2024
The four green-hulled Westwood vessels will keep their names, but the ships will display the Swire Shipping flag.
When a processing plant in Alaska closed, Edmonds-based business Keyport stepped up to solve a “no-win situation.”
Shoring up an aging seawall is the first order of business for Angela Harris, the first woman to lead the Edmonds port.
Cascade Warbirds scholarship helps students 16-21 continue flight training and earn a private pilot’s certificate.
Rachel Gardner opened Musicology Co. this month, filling a record store gap in Edmonds.
After a pipe flooded the store, MyMyToystore in downtown Everett closed. Owner Tom Harrison is already on to his next venture.
Add some sparkle to your wardrobe: Melrose and Vine Collective opened inside a former bank building on Pacific Avenue.
Garry Clark, who has led the nonprofit chamber of commerce for three years, is leaving to “seek new opportunities.”
Clay Siegall, who resigned from Seagen over allegations of domestic abuse, is now CEO of cancer therapy developer Immunome.
After 67 years, Molbak’s Home + Garden, a mainstay just across the county line, will cease operations early next year.
Consider these unique gift idea suggestions from the South Whidbey Record and the Whidbey News-Times
New heat presses allow teens to make T-shirts, hoodies and gear at the school’s merch store, Panther Pause — with the copyright.
Mountain Mike’s Pizza, a California-based chain, will open 11 new Washington stores — five of them in Snohomish County.
Indoor climbing gyms in and around Snohomish County offer thrills without winter chills.
The “state-of-the-art” project is set to total over $90M. The nonprofit has asked for public support.
Innovation Hall is the first new building to be constructed at the Bothell university campus in 10 years.
Everett VW dealership is the 12th for the Rairdon Group, which marks 30 years in business this year.
A yoga instructor in Bothell and Adopt a Stream in Everett say the meditative practice evokes emotion, health benefits.
Gael Gebow has made inclusivity and healthy living her focus in 23 years at the YMCA.
Black Forest Mushrooms will grow up to 20,000 pounds of tasty mushrooms each month. Its storefront opens Saturday at 2110 Hewitt Ave.