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Bookend Coffee Closing At Everett Main Library

October 17, 2017

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Saying she’s needing a change, Jenny Schmidt announced today that Bookend Coffee Co. inside the main branch of the Everett Public Library will be closing at the end of the month. Bookend is considered a boutique PNW craft coffee and tea house utilizing local artisan roasters, Velton’s Coffee based in Everett and Camber Coffee out […]

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FUNKO Plans To Go Public

October 6, 2017

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Now instead of owning a piece from FUNKO you can soon own a piece of FUNKO. Today the Everett-based pop culture consumer products company announced plans to sell stock on the NASDAQ exchange as “FNKO”. Earlier this year the company moved their world headquarters to downtown Everett inside the former Bon Marche building at the […]

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Sale To Bring New Life To Everett Mall

October 2, 2017

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Growth, opportunity, evolution. Those were the words used by Craig Pettitt, vice president of mall operations for Brixton Capital in describing why his company bought the Everett Mall on Friday. “It was a fast sale,” said Pettitt. “It closed in about 45 days.” No purchase price or terms were disclosed. This is the fourth mall […]

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United Airlines To Fly Out Of Paine Field

August 10, 2017

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United Airlines today announced they will join Alaska Air as the second airline to offer flights from the new terminal at Paine Field in Everett. Here is their press release… Nearly 80 years after operating the first commercial flight from Paine Field, United Airlines (UAL) today announced it is returning to the airport and will […]

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Public Comment Opening For Supportive Housing Project On Broadway

July 25, 2017

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The City of Everett has issued a proposed Mitigated Determination of Non-Significance (MDNS) on a supportive housing proposal submitted by Hopeworks, an affiliate of Housing Hope. This proposal calls for the addition of a five-story building north of HopeWorks Station I at 3331 Broadway across from Compass Health. Sara Haner of Housing Hope tells MyEverettNews.com […]

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Passenger Terminal At Paine Field Everett On Track For Next Year

July 22, 2017

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On Friday MyEverettNews.com took advantage of an opportunity to tag along with Congressman Rick Larsen as he received a quick tour and update on the new passenger terminal going in at Paine Field Airport in south Everett. Propeller Airports CEO Brett Smith provided the update. His company is building the two gate terminal. “People are […]

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