Crumbl Cookies is a new cookie and ice cream business in Marysville that can deliver fresh treats to your door.
The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce will have a new online marketplace of local businesses which is slated to premiere on Feb. 22.
Arlington and Marysville have a number of initiatives to provide monetary, informational and other support to businesses as they re-open from the COVID-19 shutdown orders.
Now as much as ever, it takes amazing employees, loyal customers and a supportive community to thrive as a local business – especially for 80 years.
The Washington State Department of Commerce on April 23 announced a doubling of funds available to very small businesses impacted by COVID-19 through the Working Washington Small Business emergency grant program. New funds are from the state’s $200 million emergency response fund approved by…
This is the first weekly newsletter provided by the state Economic Resiliency Team (ERT), part of the Joint Information Center at Camp Murray. This newsletter will provide news and information to help businesses and workers navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
Washington’s economy lost 11,100 jobs in March and the state’s preliminary seasonally adjusted monthly unemployment rate for March increased from 3.8 percent to 5.1 percent according to the Employment Security Department (ESD).
On April 4, Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers and County Council Chair Nate Nehring announced a whole-of-government, countywide approach to help local businesses and the workforce. This effort provides a seamless and innovative system synthesizing two key areas that are critical foundat…
New claims for unemployment benefits soared to a record 181,975 for the week of March 22-28, according to the Employment Security Department (ESD). This represents a 3,513% increase year over year, and a 41% increase over the previous week. By comparison, this is seven times the peak week du…
OLYMPIA, WA – Hotel owners across Washington may have an opportunity to help their communities and fill empty rooms, thanks to a $30-million state emergency housing grant from the state Department of Commerce.
With concerns of COVID-19 and escalating cases in Washington state many stores are making changes to their staff routines and providing special hours for the most vulnerable populations.
With response to COVID-19 expected to affect the Department of Corrections’ staffing levels over the coming months, the department is implementing an expedited hiring and training process for ‘Limited Scope Correctional Officer 1 (CO1)’ positions.
With many businesses facing uncertainty in the wake of COVID-19, the PUD wants to help. We are reaching out to share some of the important steps we are taking to:
Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler on March 27 urged all insurers doing business in Washington to immediately extend automobile insurance coverage for personal delivery drivers to aid people temporarily assigned this duty during the coronavirus pandemic and state of emergency.
As a reminder, any of the city of Marysville’s solid waste commercial account customers can reduce the frequency of collection to once a week and also reduce the size of their dumpster to better accommodate their current business needs.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) on March 16 announced it is offering low-interest federal disaster loans to Washington state’s small businesses suffering economic injury as a result of COVID-19. SBA assistance is available to small businesses in 32 counties in Washington, includ…
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.