James Hong, 24, a former Kentwood High School Student, is training in Cambodia to be a Peace Corps volunteer.
Bicyclists will take to the roads in and around Black Diamond on Aug. 30 for a fund-raiser supporting efforts to combat diabetes.
Cities in King County should continue planning new jails in order to meet eventual demands for more jail space, according to a county report.
Starting in the fall or early next year, it will cost $5 per launch or $50 for an annual pass to use the boat ramp at Lake Meridian Park.
Covington, Maple Valley, Black Diamond and other cities will have two more years to house their misdemeanor offenders in King County jails, owing to the County Council’s recent decision to extend the regional jail services contract.
The passengers of a single-engine airplane survived when it made an emergency landing and flipped over near Green Valley Road and State Route 18 Monday evening.
Semester at sea for college student
Part of the Cedar River Trail will be closed for about six weeks, possibly beginning next week, while it undergoes repairs of damage caused by flooding two years ago.
Two members of the city of Covington’s finance department – director Rob Hendrickson and accountant Casy Camp – have earned the Professional Finance Officer Award for Washington.
A proposal to stiffen a requirement for qualifying certain countywide citizen initiatives for ballots has been sent to this November’s general election by the Metropolitan King County Council.
Key local decisions for voters in next Tuesday’s primary election include a fire district levy and the narrowing of the field in a race for the Legislature.
Local Explorers part of national conference
David Lucavish, a local business owner active in the Covington Chamber of Commerce, has been selected by the Covington City Council to fill Position 4 which has been vacant since June 30.
Come September, a new, eight-member regional police task force will open an office with the goal of reducing the number of car thefts throughout south King County.
A 20-year-old man was killed Wednesday morning when his motorcycle and a car collided on Southeast 208th Street in front…
It’s called the top two, and voters need to understand it for next Tuesday’s primary election.
Companies are asked to make their new businesses fit with the City Council vision for downtown Covington, but current regulations don’t require it. City officials are working to fix that.