A proposal to remodel Kent

Kent studies City Hall remodel to increase police station space

  • Today at 10:54AM

Kent voters could be asked late next year to approve a property tax measure to pay for more space for the police department by remodeling existing city buildings.


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Former Kent-Meridian football players recall 1954 Turkey Day game

  • Today at 3:00PM

Kent’s population dipped dramatically on Thanksgiving Day 1954.

King County to spend $28 million on cultural facilities, projects

  • Today at 2:48PM

King County Executive Dow Constantine on Tuesday signed his proposal, approved by the King County Council, to make a historic investment of $28.4 million in capital improvement grants to 100 cultural facilities and projects across the county.

Kent closes 42nd Avenue South because of ice on road

  • Today at 12:11PM

The city of Kent on Wednesday closed 42nd Avenue South to traffic between South 212th Street and South 216th Street just south of Orillia Road because of ice on the road.

Kent Police seek to expand force

  • Today at 10:58AM

Kent Police are trying a few new strategies to get the number of officers up to 165 from 147 by the year 2020.

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