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Kent Police reactivate school zone speed cameras | Update

Cameras are at six elementary schools; fines are $136 or $248 based on speed

 

Kent’s World Relief Seattle will receive a grant between $15,000 and $25,000 from a national nonprofit to help feed children ages 0 to 5. COURTESY PHOTO, World Relief Seattle

Kent’s World Relief Seattle receives grant to help feed young children

Between $15,000 and $25,000 from national No Kid Hungry campaign

 

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Legislature approves streamlined sales tax mitigation funds for Kent

Measure worth $12.1 million to city over next five years

 

The Bridges housing development in Kent. FILE PHOTO, Kent Reporter

Developer withdraws Kent land-use change to allow townhouses

City Council turned down Oakpointe Communities proposal in March

The Bridges housing development in Kent. FILE PHOTO, Kent Reporter
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Former Kent pro soccer team owner sentenced for tax fraud

Dion Earl receives another year in prison in addition to sexual assault sentences

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Kent’s Blue Origin plans to hire 80 technicians, machinists

Aerospace company employs more than 2,500 in town

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Woman fatally shot in Kent identified as Laquana Green

Victim in April 5 shooting at Alderbrook Apartments

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The YMCA of Greater Seattle opened its Kent branch in 2019. COURTESY PHOTO,

YMCA of Greater Seattle lays off 1,200 employees; 64 in Kent

Mostly part-time workers due to COVID-19 reductions

The YMCA of Greater Seattle opened its Kent branch in 2019. COURTESY PHOTO,
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Argument over parking spot, tow leads to Kent fatal shooting

Racial slurs heated up dispute at Alderbrook Apartments

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Kentridge High School’s Madison Wooley will compete April 9-11 at Benaroya Hall in Seattle as part of Key to Change’s annual Solo String Festival. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent School District

Kent students to compete in string festival at Benaroya Hall in Seattle

Seven musicians from high schools and middle schools in April 9-11 event

Kentridge High School’s Madison Wooley will compete April 9-11 at Benaroya Hall in Seattle as part of Key to Change’s annual Solo String Festival. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent School District
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Light rail station, parking garage under construction in Kent

Location of Operations and Maintenance Facility South site remains to be determined

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COURTESY PHOTO, Ethos Apartments

Kent apartment rents up 1.2% over previous month

Median rents at $1,280 for a one-bedroom apartment; $1,638 for a two-bedroom

COURTESY PHOTO, Ethos Apartments
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Second fatal shooting in two days in Kent

Woman killed Monday afternoon; fourth in 15 days, sixth in three months

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Kent man, 18, faces potential second-degree murder charge

April 4 shooting of 34-year-old man at apartment complex parking lot

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Cawthon to challenge Troutner for Kent City Council seat

Works at Bellevue College political science professor

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Six people were injured when a car crashed into an apartment building April 4 in Kent in the 8700 block of South 259th Street. COURTESY PHOTO, Puget Sound Fire

Car crash into apartment building injures six in Kent

Two in critical condition after April 4 wreck

Six people were injured when a car crashed into an apartment building April 4 in Kent in the 8700 block of South 259th Street. COURTESY PHOTO, Puget Sound Fire
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Kent man fatally shot inside vehicle on East Hill

Third homicide in last two weeks; fifth in 2021

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Car splits apart after collision in Kent

Suspect in stolen vehicle taken into custody

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Marcus Golden. COURTESY PHOTO

Man fatally shot on East Hill in Kent identified as Marcus Golden

Golden, 28, of Seattle, died in altercation

Marcus Golden. COURTESY PHOTO
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Composite profile could help identify Green River killer victim

Body found in 1986; one of 48 women killed by Gary Ridgway

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