Groundwater tops the agenda for the county Planning Commission’s meeting from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Benton County officials overcharged departments a total of $165,368 for vehicle rentals in 2013.
A local 14-year-old boy is accused of painting an obscene word, genitalia and racially-charged graffiti.
The city’s Parks and Recreation Commission canceled its meeting scheduled for yesterday due to lack of a quorum.
The district will have a choice when it comes to filling a vacant seat on the School Board.
Three state legislators will have a telephone town hall with constituents later this month.
The City Council will review a well contract at 7 p.m. today in City Hall, 305 N. Main St.
Sen. Curtis King and Reps. Norm Johnson and Gina McCabe will host a telephonic town hall from 6:30-7:30 p.m. March 28.
A Sunnyside woman is recovering after a crash Sunday night.
State transportation officials prohibited companies from moving mobile homes from the city to the Oregon state line Friday due to high winds.
Rep. David Taylor has been selected as one of the negotiators for the House Republican Caucus on the McCleary education funding issue.
A bill requiring students to pass a civics test before graduation will receive a full Education Committee hearing Tuesday.
Three people are recovering from injures sustained in a crash Saturday night.
A public hearing is set for a Lower Yakima Valley lawmaker’s proposal on graduation requirements.
The local School District offered career and technical education classes that did not have current state endorsements.