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ARLINGTON — As he embarks on his third term as president of the Downtown Arlington Business Association, what Mike Britt has seen most is growth.
ARLINGTON — If you live in Arlington and have a mattress you need to get rid of, you can recycle it rather than throwing it away.
ARLINGTON — Snohomish County has identified the need to bolster its industrial ranks, and Arlington will serve as a site to get area teens involved.
ARLINGTON — While some citizens have expressed concerns about the state of Arlington's downtown, Mike Britt sees a business community that's on the grow, and cites the upcoming Show 'N' Shine car show on Saturday, June 13, as evidence.
OSO — After a tumultuous season last year, in the wake of the Oso slide, the Fruitful Farm & Nursery on Highway 530 aims to have an upgraded facility this season.
TULALIP — Jesica Stickles knows the good work that her volunteers are doing through the feedback they get.
ARLINGTON — As much as the San Juan Salsa Co. remains committed to serving nothing but handcrafted salsas, they've nonetheless outgrown their facilities and will be expanding into a new building by the end of the year.
SMOKEY POINT — "We're the largest exporter by value," Richard White, manager of state and local government relations for Boeing, told the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce March 10.
MARYSVILLE — Marysville might not seem like a short commute from Burlington, but for dialysis patient Patrice Romero, it's more convenient than going to Oak Harbor.
SMOKEY POINT — Even though Ron Burdett is deaf, he still enjoys calling friends and family on the phone to talk about the Seattle Seahawks.
ARLINGTON — It was her grandmother's dresser that got Linda Gudde into antiques.
ARLINGTON — Pacific Learning Solutions is not going away, but it is undergoing some significant changes.
SMOKEY POINT — The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber Board of Directors bid farewell to three of its members, while the Downtown Arlington Business Association recognized the exceptional contributions of one of its own board members.
SMOKEY POINT — "There's enough pie for everybody, so I don't worry about competing with men, or with anyone other than my own personal best," Kim Thompson said, as she mingled with other women in business at the second annual WISE Women Business Showcase on Jan. 14.
SMOKEY POINT — The WISE Women started two years ago this February, and they're looking to celebrate with their second annual Business Showcase on Wednesday, Jan. 14. It will also mark the debut of their "WISE Women Wednesdays" radio show.
ARLINGTON — The New Year's first meeting of the Downtown Arlington Business Association looked ahead to promotional opportunities, starting with the Arlington-Stillaguamish Eagle Festival Saturday, Feb. 7.
SMOKEY POINT — When Anthony and Kimberley Pellegrini opened Smokey Point Licensing Nov. 18, they already had plans to set themselves apart from other licensing subagencies.
ARLINGTON – McIlrath & Eck, a financial planning firm, is offering free online labs where participants learn to save for retirement, optimize Social Security and prepare for health-care expenses.
SMOKEY POINT — As soon as visitors walked into the Stillaguamish Senior Center, Jared McGuire offered them samples of his homemade catsup and barbecue sauce.
ARLINGTON — Like her fellow Arlington Food Pavilion employees, Susan Burris first heard the news on the morning of Tuesday, Oct. 14, but she counts herself as lucky, since she was already mostly retired and working part-time at the store.