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Dept. of Commerce to establish 17 different grant programs to invest in communities impacted.
Two males and a female apprehended
No Parking signs and barriers to be installed during Nov. 6-22 closure near Kent, Auburn
Man reportedly fell to ground during foot pursuit and then came at officer with large knife
Three on the East Hill and two in the Valley
Kent Food Bank one of the nonprofits housed in the building
Miguel Barraza-Lugo, 37, of Kent, was shot by an officer responding to a hit-and-run incident
Incidents include robberies, shootings, felony warrant arrests
Allegedly punched a seat-belted and handcuffed subject inside a patrol vehicle
Michael Gese received competency restoration services at state hospital; Gail Gese killed Feb. 1
Woman found dead inside home after hours-long incident Oct. 28 on East Hill that injured man, 54
Fourth intersection this year added to city’s system
Fire broke out at same building in October 2022 when it was a dentist office
In jail on $1 million bail; 5-year-old boy among residents held at gunpoint
The $62.5 million project will add 415 parking spaces for train commuters at Kent Station
“Every year, KCSARC supports 5,000 survivors and their families, helping them find their own resilience to recover, and plays a critical role in supporting our community,” said Kate Krug, the new CEO for KCSARC.
Auburn police received $38,323 in funding for the department’s fireworks emphasis patrols.
The Best of Kent voting results are in, and one local business is a Kent community favorite, winning five categories and being a finalist in… Continue reading
A pet store, feed store, grooming salon and veterinary office all rolled into one, Reber Ranch has been a staple of the Kent area for… Continue reading
Marli Larimer, Jessie Ramsey, John Boyd, Kelly Wiggans-Crawford, Zandria Michaud and Daryl Jones