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For area tenants who have lost their jobs to the pandemic and can’t make the rent right now, being bounced to the streets is a… Continue reading
Instead of having to tear up streets and sidewalks again in 2021 to install a signal and effect future sewer repairs, why not add those… Continue reading
Auburn business owner is trying to relocate north of municipal airport.
Ordinance would give the city more enforcement power when governor’s eviction moratorium ends.
Those multi-engine, piston aircraft the city of Auburn has long wanted to attract to its airport are big, demanding 3,500 to 4,000 feet of runway… Continue reading
For the last nine years, two solid waste haulers, Waste Management of Auburn, and Republic Services of Kent, have served two different geographical areas of… Continue reading
When panic buying for hand sanitizers and toilet paper began to strip the shelves of big-box stores in the first weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic,… Continue reading
The number one reason people surrender their pets to an animal shelter is because their living situation has changed, and they think there’s nothing else… Continue reading
The district is working on answering the question: What will it look like?
The Auburn Police Department endorses neck restraints to help control and apprehend suspects who will not comply with orders from officers. On Monday, Police Chief… Continue reading
One night a year, volunteers spread out across Seattle and King County to count the homeless. And on the cold, rainy night of Jan. 24,… Continue reading
Gov. Jay Inslee’s June 24 proclamation mandated the wearing of a face covering in indoor and outdoor public places to cut the transmission of the… Continue reading
On June 19, King County entered into Phase II of Gov. Jay Inslee’s Safe Start Reopening, which allows restaurants to seat 50 percent of their… Continue reading
An armed, convicted felon with warrants out for his arrest found his desperate flight from police thrice thwarted by his baggy pants on June 5… Continue reading
During Monday’s presentation by police to the Auburn City Council on the lateral vascular neck restraint (VNR), City Councilman Claude DaCorsi asked Police Chief Dan… Continue reading
More demand and fewer donations are taking a toll.
Want to walk, run or bike? Shoot hoops, kick a ball, play tennis, play pickleball or skate? Well, you can do all these things again… Continue reading
Hiram Figueroa was shot June 18 at Brannan Park during dispute.
The Auburn Safeway at 101 Auburn Way South reopened at 5 a.m. Monday (June 22) after repairs were completed on the store’s roof. The roof… Continue reading
In her 21 years with the Auburn Fire Department and Valley Regional Fire Authority, Janeen Ruge, Auburn’s first female firefighter, delivered at least five babies… Continue reading