Cory James Monaghan, of Ravensdale, has pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges in connection with a case in Ferry County in eastern Washington.
Members of the Cedar Hills Preservation Alliance have filed an amendment to a lawsuit to block the development of the former Cedar Hills Alcohol Treatment center near Maple Valley into a transitional housing project.
While their parents were pondering who to vote for in the general election Tuesday, students at Cedar Heights Middle School and Crestwood Elementary School have been learning about the importance of voting.
Voters turned out in record numbers for Tuesday’s general election to vote on local legislative races and a fire levy, in addition to state offices and county and state ballot measures, as well as the next president.
Ginger Passarelli Senecal, known to most simply as “Mama,” got teary-eyed as the Soup Ladies’ new mobile kitchen pulled into the parking lot of her Black Diamond restaurant, Mama Passarelli’s.
Budgets, population growth, a new elementary school and economic development were among the topics that the Kent School Board and the Covington City Council discussed during a joint meeting Oct. 1. at the district’s headquarters.
Purple Light Nights started small in Covington a year ago but is already spreading across the country.
Victoria Throm, president of the Covington Domestic Violence Task Force, started the campaign last year as part of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Target wants to build a store in downtown Covington, but the idea is easier said than done.
The property Target wants to set up shop on is a 20-acre parcel next door to Covington Elementary School, which is part of the Kent School District. The city would like the school site, which is 17 acres, and the neighboring site owned by Ashton Development to be developed together as a mixed-use commercial and residential project.
In a few weeks, the Metropolitan King County Council will consider a number of proposed changes to its comprehensive plan. Among them is a heavily reviewed request to change the zoning of property owned by Covington-based firm BranBar LLC.