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Goldfinch Brothers Moves Out Of Downtown Everett

July 10, 2020

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After 129 years in downtown Everett, Goldfinch Brothers will move to unincorporated Snohomish County. Goldfinch is one of the oldest continuously operating businesses in the Everett City limits providing residential and commercial glass throughout the Puget Sound and beyond. In addition to their showroom location on Rucker, the company has operated a commercial fabrication and […]

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QFC Proposing Fuel Center At 50th And Evergreen Way

June 21, 2020

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Looks like some very preliminary plans are in the works for QFC to convert park of the parking lot in the Claremont Village Shopping Center at 50th and Evergreen way in Everett, Washington into a fuel center. According to early plans the proposed QFC Fuel Center would be located at the northeast corner of the […]

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Second Round Of Grants Open To Small Business Owners Affected By Covid-19

June 14, 2020

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If you own a small business and missed out on applying for grants to help you out due to impacts of Covid-19, Snohomish County just announced a second round of funding. On Friday, Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers announced the second round of the Small Business Relief, Recovery, and Resiliency (R3) Grant Program. This grant […]

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Totem Diner Opens 7 AM Thursday

June 10, 2020

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“We are really excited to welcome our friends back to the Totem.” That’s what owner Steve Jermyn told us when we stopped by today for a sneak peek at re-opening progress. The Totem will reopen at 7 AM Thursday morning and be open daily 7 AM – 3 PM. Customers will notice some changes with […]

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Port Of Everett Offers Grants To Give Tenants An Edge

June 10, 2020

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This in from the Port of Everett Tuesday. Today, the legislative body of the Port of Everett adopted the Economic Development Grant for Evolution (EDGE) – a new Port Commission adopted initiative aimed at giving commercial tenants and subtenants an opportunity to get an ‘edge’ on their COVID-19 recovery. The Commission has allocated $50,000 to […]

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PUD Brings Back Meter Readers

June 3, 2020

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Word in from Snohomish PUD that after being taken out of the field during the stay home order meter readers will be coming back to the neighborhoods. This in yesterday from Snohomish PUD. Good news! Our meter readers are back in the field as of yesterday, which means no more estimated bills for most of […]

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