Steve Hunter

Kent Police crack down on street racing as it spreads across city, region

Parking lots at Dick’s Drive-In, LA Fitness become gathering spots

 

Sound Transit delays construction of Kent parking garage for train commuters

Project placed on pause because of declining revenues due to COVID-19

 

Dowell Co. closing after 55 years

‘An icon of Kent’

 

LaPorte to retire as city of Kent Public Works director

11 years as head of department; 31 years with city

Former Kent pro soccer team owner pleads guilty to rape

Dion Earl, 48, was charged last year in Kirkland case

City of Kent to add large, outdoor warehousing activities to B&O tax

Extension will increase revenue by about $2.1M per year

Arrest made in Kent fatal stabbing | Update

57-year-old man faces potential second-degree murder charge

Closure of 4th and Willis intersection in Kent set for Sept. 25-27

Crews finishing up work on roundabout

City of Kent awards grants of $6,500 to 300-plus small businesses

$2.1 million from federal CARES Act funds to combat COVID-19 impact

Kent man, 18, charged with robbing, beating Uber driver

Attack last month in Seattle

Smoke fills Kent Valley | Photos

From Oregon wildfires

Business stays strong at Nana’s Southern Kitchen in Kent

New restaurant survives economic challenges

State Patrol reports multiple agency racer emphasis successful

Crackdown in South King County over Labor Day weekend

Kent-based Puget Sound Fire purchases two new aid cars

Vehicles serve downtown area

Two Kent residents appointed to Valley team that investigates police use of force

Pastor Lawrence Boles, Todd Minor chosen to be non-law enforcement community representatives

Crews extinguish large brush fire in Covington | Photos

Tuesday fire threatened several homes

New Metro bus routes coming to Kent on Sept. 19

Improved east-west connections

Kent-based Flow International provides 200,000 COVID-19 face shields to state

Waterjet manufacturer repurposes operations to produce high-grade PPE

Students learn from home on first day of school in Kent | Photos

Superintendent Watts says, ‘Starting the new year in remote learning is new for all of us’