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Community park along the river

City receives $500,000 state grant to build a 14.73-acre community park at 104th Avenue Southeast along the Green River

Neighborhood welcomes new owners of storied market

Auburn’s 55-year-old building continues to run as a grocery store for the community

Q/A: Auburn City Council candidates sound off ahead of primary election

Top two vote-getters in pursuit of the No.5 seat will advance to general election

Developer gets the green light on north-end property

Council OKs revisions in deal with Inland Construction to build on former outdoor theater site

Trial date for accused child rapist moved to July 10 at RJC

The trial date for an Auburn man whom the King County Prosecutor claims took a 14-year-old middle school student to his apartment on Oct. 9,… Continue reading

Proposed for the neighborhood

Facilty to house patients who’ve finished mental health treatment and need to re-enter the community coming to Auburn

On the cusp of budget shortfalls

Auburn to hire consultant to complete a financial sustainability study

Ransomware takes down Auburn Food Bank network – but community steps up

Operators replacing servers, purchasing and reinstalling software

Grads find their best selves with the West Auburn High family

Dominic Bundridge had a hard go of it when he was a kid, and kind hands picked him up. First, a loving family adopted him… Continue reading

Ready to march off to their own beat

From math to music, sports to cheering, Henry, Valdez grow in many ways at Auburn High School

Pacific Raceways on track to improve, grow

Facility’s $25 million expansion plan includes Pacific Motorsports Park, garages and the Pacific Innovation Center

District on the move

Ground turns on Dick Scobee Elementary School replacement project

Police officers honored for life-saving work in the field

At about 1:40 a.m. on March 16, a young man on a 2007 Suzuki BT-800 motorcycle capped off a night of red-light running by barreling… Continue reading

City Council delays action on racial equity training

Auburn self-examining its own policies as it works on a program with Racing to Equity to provide instruction

Staff, council members and Mayor Nancy Backus welcome into the city’s fleet its first four, all-electric cars during a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week. COURTESY PHOTO, city of Auburn.

City welcomes four Chevy Bolts, the first step toward an all-electric fleet

Auburn plugging into a cost-effective future

Staff, council members and Mayor Nancy Backus welcome into the city’s fleet its first four, all-electric cars during a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week. COURTESY PHOTO, city of Auburn.

Asé, Burnett and Mulenga to square off in August primary for City Council Position 5

In its effort to familiarize Auburn residents with candidates for public office, the Auburn Reporter offers this brief introduction to two City Council hopefuls whose… Continue reading

Clinic helps with the recovery

Olympic Sport and Spine helps rehabilitate athletes, and the rest of us

City Council races: Wales out, Stearns unopposed, Baggett to face Orlandic-Hodak

Filing week for candidates for state, county, city, school districts and other offices in Washington state ended last Friday. The deadline passed with surprises for… Continue reading

Game Farm Park’s only unlit ballfield about to be lit up

Only one of three ballfields Auburn’s Game Farm Park is in the dark when the sun goes down. But, not for much longer. On Monday,… Continue reading

Center of attention: city project gets a big boost

Auburn receives $500,000 from the state to support transformation of old post office into Arts and Culture Center