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The city of Maple Valley has introduced a new way of interacting with community members
A recently retired Kentwood teacher wrote her first children’s book based off of a an old rocking horse that she found 20 years ago.
Lakeside Industries submitted its application to King County last week to move its Covington asphalt plant to Unincorporated Maple Valley.
The city of Maple Valley had a groundbreaking ceremony for the Greater Maple Valley Veterans Memorial on Veterans Day, Nov. 11
The Covington Connector project will be completed in two phases. Construction is estimated to begin in summer 2019.
About 98 percent of Maple Valley residents have health insurance.
Parents in Maple Valley came up with a scholarship that seniors can receive by impacting someone’s life in a positive way.
Dancing, volunteering and straight A’s — what can’t Tahoma High’s Claire Schlutt do?
The turbine will save the water district about $16,000 annually.
Oberto celebrated its 100 year anniversary with a special guest cashier.
The Maple Valley Council looked to the Planning Commission to review the current zoning code and provide a recommendation to council regarding mixed uses in the city.
There are more foster children than there are homes for them in this area.
Fire stations from around the area all come together to pass out jackets to kids in need of them.
Trees being removed from the Summit Park construction site will be repurposed.
Painted rocks are being place around the large rock at Tahoma High School to share feelings and express kindness to one another.
Puget Sound Fire celebrates Fire Prevention Week by holding a contest and creating two new forms of non-emergency contacts.
Two locals started a mountain biking team in Maple Valley.
Anyone can play a role in preventing suicide, you don’t have to be a professional.
Every year the city of Covington is lit in purple lights for the month of October to raise awareness about domestic violence.
Josh Gerstman spent 19 years at Green River College before moving onto Highline College.