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The Kent City Council decided to go young with the appointment of Jamie Danielson on Tuesday to the vacant Council position.
Steve Pinto corrected an interviewer’s comment that he sees a lot of the city on his job.
Kristi Rozdilsky walked through the opening of the Summer Art Exhibit Wednesday evening at the Centennial Center Gallery in downtown Kent and quickly formed an opinion.
A controversial proposal by developer Bill Floten to build 27 homes on the banks of Lake Meridian took one step forward last week. The Kent City Council voted 5-1 July 1 to approve a rezone application by Floten to allow six homes per acre rather than 4.5 homes per acre on the 6.3-acre site on the lake’s northwest shore at 25840 135th Lane S.E. But the development remains tied up in King County Superior Court on other matters connected to the proposal.
Kent Police shot two women with Taser guns to stop a fight between them at 1:30 a.m. June 23 outside a Kent gas station in the 1200 block of North Central Avenue.
Staffers told the Kent City Council last week that spending roughly $233,000 in repairs could extend the life of the Kent Meridian Pool for another five years.
When Fred Satterstrom attended his 40-year reunion for the Kent-Meridian class of 1967 last September, classmates gave him plenty of positive feedback about the City of Kent.
A Kent Police sting to catch customers of prostitutes resulted in the arrest of a woman for investigation of prostitution at 10:30 p.m. June 17 in the 25200 block of Pacific Highway South.
With so many trees, bushes and flowers to care for, Richard and Stella Land spend a lot of time in the backyard of their home on Scenic Hill, just east of downtown Kent.
City officials will throw a “Party at the Plaza” starting at 10 a.m. Saturday to celebrate the opening of Town Square Plaza Park, and to kick off a community health initiative.
About 20 people participated in “The Mayor’s Mile” to help kick off a new community health initiative as part of the Town Square Plaza Park dedication Saturday in downtown Kent.
Many children at Kent’s Fourth of July Splash at Lake Meridian Park ask the same question.
A roadblock has gone up for bicyclists, joggers and pedestrians along the Green River Trail in Kent.
A stay-at-home mom, an attorney and a middle school teacher are among the seven finalists for the vacant Kent City Council position.
It’s easy for the city of Kent to find a good mechanic. Robert Stone works as one of four vehicle-repair staffers at the city maintenance shop on West James Street just east of Russell Road. He helps keep nearly 565 city cars and trucks running smoothly as part of the fleet division of the Public Works Department. Stone helps make sure residents as well as city officials benefit from his work.
King County prosecutors on Tuesday charged a 31-year-old Kent man with second-degree rape for allegedly raping and impregnating a physically and mentally disabled woman at a Kent assisted-living facility.
Kent businesses and residents have more than doubled the amount of donations in the last two weeks to try to keep the community’s Fourth of July Splash fireworks show at Lake Meridian Park as big as before.
Police arrested a man for investigation of harassment June 11 after a woman reported that he had made threatening comments to her as she waited with her children for a bus at 10:40 p.m. June 11 in the 1200 block of Central Avenue North. The man also claimed to have a gun in his vehicle, she said.
In a few months, the privilege of using the boat launch at Lake Meridian might cost a few dollars.