Leaders from some of America’s largest companies signed an open letter to Congress urgently calling for lawmakers to help small businesses.
Small Business Sunday: A Bellevue salons COVID-19 makeover puts customer safety first
Small Business Sunday: eTc Tacoma
Small businesses still reeling from the coronavirus pandemic and the related economic lockdown could receive a second loan through the Paycheck Protection Program under new legislation introduced by a group of Democratic lawmakers.
As counties slowly reopen, small businesses across the state are starting to welcome back customers.
SEATTLE -- COVID-19 has given brides and grooms a lot more to worry about this year than just rain on their wedding day. The virus has certainly put a big damper on many couples big day, but a huge announcement Friday from Governor Inslee’s office is making saying I do, suddenly much more possible.
SNOQUALMIE, Wash. -- As King County waits to see if the state will approve its application to enter Phase 2, County Council Member Kathy Lambert said Phase 2 isn't good enough for her district.
PUYALLUP, Wash. - Money is tight right now for business owners and local organizations recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. Expenses for supplies to meet the state’s Safe Start Washington plan guidelines are adding up. To help ease the burden, Pierce County is offering reimbursement grants to offset some of the costs.
SEATTLE – Owning a business in downtown Seattle may require resilience, especially during these times of added stress the coronavirus pandemic, and most recently, riots have brought on.
SEATTLE -- King County could soon be headed into Phase 2 of the state's reopening plan, meaning more businesses could double their capacity.
Nearly 1,200 childcare programs across Washington are temporarily closed due to the impacts of COVID-19. As the health crisis continues, the threat of more facilities closing could make it harder for parents to find a place for their kids.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A House subcommittee investigating billions of dollars in coronavirus aid is demanding that the Treasury Department, the Small Business Administration and several large banks turn over detailed information about which businesses applied for and received federal loans.
SEATTLE -- As outrage sparks across the country surrounding the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, more people are stepping up to be the change they want to see in their communities.However, not everyone is interested in participating in protests in the fight against injustice.
A Bellevue hair salon has undergone a major makeover during the coronavirus closure - making changes it hopes will keep customers safe and healthy.
Founded by two Tacoma natives, eTc Tacoma is more than just a shop selling streetwear – it's a place for the community to gather. That connection is what co-owner Umi Wagoner says the business has missed most during a now two-month long closure.