Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County opened a new thrift shop in Smokey Point on Sept. 7.
Local business Cuz Concrete has been led by three generations of the Zachry family and is set to celebrate 50 years of being in the community this summer.
A variety of CBD products that many people say can help with chronic pain or other medical issues are available at recently opened Marysville business New World Distributors.
U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen came to Marysville Toyota on Feb. 23 to talk about the impact on the automobile industry by potential and current tariffs.
The potential Arlington-Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center could be one of the first of two “Projects of Countywide Significance” named by the Snohomish County executive’s office.
The Stilly Valley Collective is about to open and it will provide business space, office space and classroom space for small businesses.
Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce's President/CEO Jesica Stickles talked about upcoming plans and events for the local chamber at her 2018 State of the Chamber.
Jennifer Egger takes the helm at the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Longtime Arlington community member Jennifer Egger is the new executive director of the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce.
The Downtown Arlington Business Association, DABA, announced at the members' meeting on June 7, a monthly "business of the month" to highlight local businesses. It is called 'Yabba DABA Do" business of the month.
The Downtown Arlington Business Association's recently installed their officers and board members for the upcoming year, who hope to continue and potentially grow their events like the Arlington Street Fair and Arlington Viking Fest.
After three years of serving as president of the Downtown Arlington Business Association, Mike Britt will be stepping down and a new leader is coming in for the downtown organization.
After nearly four decades in Marysville, local dentist Dr. Gregory Gosch, DDS, DICOI, will be retiring and transferring his practice to dentist Dr. Dan Hwang, DDS.
E&E Lumber has long been a fixture in Marysville for those with lawn, garden, home or construction needs and they celebrated their 50th anniversary last weekend on Aug. 6.