Danielle Chastaine

Covington Storehouse ready to take on changes

The local food bank switched to a modern style to feed more families

Covington Mayor Jeff Wagner cuts the ribbon on the completed 164th Avenue Southeast Pedestrian Improvement Project on Thursday, Jan. 9, surrounded by city officials.
                                Photo courtesy of the City of Covington.

Covington completed one road project, can it do more?

After the completion of sidewalks on 164th, the city considers future funding mechanisms

Covington Mayor Jeff Wagner cuts the ribbon on the completed 164th Avenue Southeast Pedestrian Improvement Project on Thursday, Jan. 9, surrounded by city officials.
                                Photo courtesy of the City of Covington.

One mission — serve veterans through volunteer work

QMissions searches for new funding models after fireworks ban in Covington

Maple Valley council supports Tahoma’s levies

The city council puts its weight behind two proposed ballot measures

Maple Valley Mayor Sean P. Kelly takes the Oath of Office with his son in attendance during the first council meeting of the year on Monday, Jan. 6, 2019. Photo by Danielle Chastaine.

Maple Valley leaders take oath of office

Maple Valley City Council swore-in recently elected officials and voted for Mayor Sean P. Kelly to serve another term during the Monday, Jan. 6 regular… Continue reading

Maple Valley Mayor Sean P. Kelly takes the Oath of Office with his son in attendance during the first council meeting of the year on Monday, Jan. 6, 2019. Photo by Danielle Chastaine.

Local ban ready to jam for Maple Valley Food Bank

The Green River Distillers introduces their holiday album at fundraiser

Multicare saves Covington Days Parade

Multicare and the Chamber of Commerce dedicated $12,000 to event

Covington Walmart flooded with kids, police and Santa’s Elves

Annual Shop with a Cop kicks off holiday season for many at-risk families

Contentious fireworks ban adopted in Covington

Council, residents debate the advisory vote and law enforcement

Mhoon, Harto wish Covington Council a farewell

Both women were presented keys to the city by Mayor Wagner

Covington enters the Hollydaze season

The annual Hollydaze event had snow, mistletoe and a giant holiday tree. Hundreds of Covington families and friends came out to the event to see… Continue reading

The Vineyard Park Memory Care center at Mount Lake Terrace. 
                                Photo courtesy of Vineyard Park.

Memory Care center slated for Wax Road

Vineyard Park of Covington plans to open in 2021

The Vineyard Park Memory Care center at Mount Lake Terrace. 
                                Photo courtesy of Vineyard Park.

A detailed journey – From homeless to business owner

Local entrepreneur talks compassion, homelessness and car detailing

Maple Valley Girl Scout earns gold

Arina Poggioli leaves a scouting legacy with two robotics teams

Volunteers wanted to write school levy statements

Tahoma SD looking to form statement committees

Winners cross the finish line in tight Covington races

Close races don’t qualify for automatic recounts in King County

Covington slashes summer events, some employment from budget

Council cut nearly $220,000 from the 2020 budget after the passage of I-976

Covington prepares for short legislative session

Transportation is a top priority for city leaders

Maple Valley donates food, $8,500 to food bank

After an urgent plea on Facebook for more food, residents stepped up to help out

Pets die in Maple Valley fire

An older Maple Valley couple lost a pair of loved pets to a house fire on Sunday, Nov. 17. At 10:40AM Puget Sound Fire units… Continue reading