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The food truck ventured outside Seattle when the pandemic hit and office buildings closed.
By Larry Lark, contributor When it comes to certain car models they seem to come, and go, and come again. That’s certainly the case with… Continue reading
The new “fast food” joint serves smoothies and salads for health-conscious eaters.
Working from home jumped 12,000 percent last year, and 42 percent of the labor force is working from home full time.
U.S. Department of Labor announces funding
By Larry Lark, contributor With apologies to Oldsmobile, “the 2020 CT4 Premium Luxury sports sedan is not your father’s Cadillac.” Smallish in size, the CT4… Continue reading
By Larry Lark, contributor Mercedes-Benz occupies rarified air in the automobile pantheon. And the E-Class series is rarer still. With more than 14 million units… Continue reading
By Larry Lark, contributor It’s always a call to action when a Ford F-150 light duty pickup truck lands in my driveway. The latest iteration,… Continue reading
The Boeing Company has agreed to pay the Department of Justice over $2.5 billion after conspiring to defraud FAA regulators evaluating Boeing’s 737 MAX airplane.… Continue reading
We need to rethink how we go about our lives — which means considering making remote learning and working more permanent.
Newest $100 million grant round prioritized restaurants, fitness centers
Current rate is $13.50
Troy Couch is handing the helm of the Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce over to Shannon Solveg tomorrow, Dec. 31.
COVID-19 might have done a number on the economy, but wildfires took more than 8.6 million acres of land this last year.
Sound Publishing has launched a local business stimulus program to help businesses adapt in a rapidly evolving economic environment. Sound Publishing, based in Everett, is… Continue reading
More than 1.7 million wreaths were placed on the grave markers of fallen service members.
Washington State Department of Labor and Industries found more than 1,500 instances of violations including missing meal breaks, working during school hours and more.
Using old wind turbine blades in concrete reduces CO2 emissions by 27 percent.
Less than 13 percent of electronics are recycled — the rest is dumped.