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Residential and commercial customers should expect a rate increase.
“Somehow I doubt charges will be filed,” said Auburn police officer.
Former Auburn Youth Resources director was city’s first Poet Laureate.
If plan is approved Nov. 2, there will no longer be two waste haulers serving city.
Between 2006 and 2014, Auburn contracted with RedFlex Traffic Systems of Arizona to place traffic cameras at three intersections and in six school zones. Many… Continue reading
Late in the morning of Oct. 18, employees at the Dollar Tree store on Auburn Way North called Auburn Police and reported that they’d just… Continue reading
An Auburn woman is in King County Jail on suspicion of having stabbed another woman to death in a Shoreline parking lot on Oct. 19.… Continue reading
On Oct. 19, the Auburn City Council threw its unanimous support behind King County Proposition 1. Proposition 1 authorizes King County to issue up to… Continue reading
Victim was driving a stolen SUV, according to Washington State Patrol.
Auburn School District Superintendent Alan Spicciati wrote parent a letter.
Food Bank to move to former Sports Page tavern.
Dhotson’s sets up at site of former Lea Hill Market.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has extended the state’s eviction moratorium through the end of the year. The moratorium, which Inslee first declared in March in… Continue reading
Moderate COVID-19 infection rates and county health department guide decisions.
Anyone who’s ever tried make his or her way on foot along the east of Riverwalk Drive from Howard Road to Auburn Way South knows… Continue reading
Registration deadline is Oct. 19 for participants and spectators.
Auburn-based company’s job-finding mission is a win for businesses.
A woman was killed when her car collided with a freight train in Auburn on Sunday night (Oct. 4). On Tuesday, the King County Medical… Continue reading
City Council is working up a more formal cost-recovery policy.
The story of when Robert met Willa.