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The Domestic Abuse Women's Network (DAWN) is moving its administrative office and community services hub to a more convenient, centralized location in Kent.
As far as Kent mayoral candidate Dana Ralph is concerned, the diverse crowd of well wishers who came to her official campaign kickoff event Thursday represents a foundation, the start of something big.
Kent's longtime thrift store has temporarily come home in hopes of finding something permanent.
They jammed the parking lot, packed the small gymnasium and formed a long line that spilled into the narrow hallway and surrounded the front of the building.
Lindsay Young wanted to give her fiancé a surprise birthday party and a special gift – a missing piece from his past.
Martina Akumdi Lekwauwa genuinely helps others. It's just her nature, her personality as a longtime nurse and midwife – a career that began in her native Nigeria where she cared for the poor and disadvantaged and continued, most recently, with the Seattle & King County Public Health Department serving Seattle's High Point housing community.
Kent’s only medical marijuana shop has been ordered to shut down.
“Potty talk” turned heated at an emotional Kent town-hall gathering with District 47 state legislators last Saturday.
Not all things have come naturally to Emmanuel Daigbe.
Human trafficking is alive and growing all too well in South King County.
Know your neighbor. Extending a hand and ear, Suzette Cooke made the conscientious effort.
Hard work and perseverance have brought good things to Elvia Flores and her classmates.
Monica Green was on the verge of tears as her 3-year-old daughter, Serene, beamed over the sight of her first bicycle.
James Roach had passed this way before. Only this time, he ran freely and in front of the crowd Saturday.
He's a big kid at heart, a modern day Mister Geppetto who brings joy to children with the simplest of creations.
Volunteers joined city and community leaders for a planting party last Saturday.
For Mike Bush and the Kentwood football program, it was familiar territory.
Neighborhood pride is important to a Kent-Meridian High football program that has played in the shadow of its rival in recent seasons.
Kent-Meridian's quick-strike offense thrives on the pass but devastates teams with an occasional punch on the run.
Quietly tucked away in historic downtown, the St. James Thrift Shop continues to speak volumes with its generosity.