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The Hazen Highlanders girls tennis competed against the Kentlake Falcons on Thursday, April 25 at Hazen High School, and won 4-1. This is the Highlanders’… Continue reading
Kentridge senior selected to join Kent School District Board of Directors.
Covington resident Matt Kidd shares his story about kidney disease to help others during National Kidney Month.
Licensing your pet is one of the best ways to ensure lost pets make it back home. Renton Animal Control and RASKC are important resources for pet owners in and out of Renton.
King County Council Member Reagan Dunn sent a letter to DPER requesting it be extended.
The King County Sheriff’s Office hosted Shop With A Cop, and children from all over King County were able to participate.
Maple Valley Youth Symphony’s program offers therapy music education to kids with special needs.
In South King County, the cost of rent has grown upwards of around 12 percent in some areas, according to South King County and Homelessness… Continue reading
Despite rainy, cold weather Friday the city celebrated the first official lighting of Clam Lights at Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park. Opening day of Clam… Continue reading
Two local gun store owners discuss concerns about Initiative 1639
Lakeside Industries submitted its application to King County last week to move its Covington asphalt plant to Unincorporated Maple Valley.
Oberto celebrated its 100 year anniversary with a special guest cashier.
“Imagine that you’re at home one day, you’re in your bed asleep and you hear a knock at the door. When your mom opens the… Continue reading
Fire stations from around the area all come together to pass out jackets to kids in need of them.
King County Sheriff and animal control give tips on animal safety during the hot weather
The camp gives girls the opportunity to gain experience in technology and see if it is something they want to do more in the future.
Maple Valley is trying to partner with Renton to bring the Ironman competition to Washington.
The hotel is the tallest building in Tukwila at 19 stories high.
The team won their second game of the season against Evergreen High School on April 3.
The Seattle Storm Basketball team came to the Renton Community Center on March 27 to practice with the Renton Special Olympic athletes.