Seven Heritage University students will spend part of their summer participating in 10-week internships at universities.
Former Valley residents honored
A former Prosser resident and a former wine writer are being honored in a new state program.
If you own a small business, you’re not alone.
Council questions management of contracts
The City Council is going back to the drawing board to promote tourism.
A woman accused of harassing children at a bus stop will be arraigned May 5.
A grand opening for the giant ballot box in place on East Edison Avenue is planned for May 3.
During its meeting tonight, the City Council is expected to formalize raising pool fees for non-residents.
State transportation officials are hoping to open Chinook Pass by Memorial Day weekend.
Civil Service Commissioner will discuss establishing a new firefighter/emergency medical technician personnel list at 5 p.m. tomorrow at City Hall, 818 E. Edison Ave.
A Republican candidate for governor is the featured speaker for a local club.
Sunnyside Mayor Jim Restucci, right, administers the oath of office last night to Scott Garrelts, the city’s newest firefighter/paramedic.
Another downtown building is about to become Port of Sunnyside property.
Woman claimed lack of income for more than four years
A trial date is set for a business owner accused of welfare fraud.
Second suspect arraigned today
One of two suspects accused in the shooting death of a former Sunnyside man was arraigned yesterday.