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The council voted 5-2 approving the Solid Waste plan, with two councilmembers absent.
Postal Service connected Hendrix to family during his Army service.
The competition is April 27 at Garfield High School.
Majority of the spending is leftover expenses from 2018. A city fee schedule change will also impact park shelter costs and building permit costs.
King County Sheriff’s Office dedicates new memorial to honor K9 service dogs and handlers.
Two council seats will be without an incumbent on election ballot.
New 25-foot iconic sculpture draws crowd downtown.
More than half of the 48 units have already been leased out.
The Eastside Interceptor carries sewage from all the Eastside cities south of Kirkland.
The final five will receive $500 at an event on April 18 at the IKEA Performing Arts Center.
The pool will now have a third open swim session and no longer turn away guests for low attendance and cold weather.
From an alert from King County Road Services Division
Renton School Board members reviewed three possible options regarding funding.
A new program is redefining the North Highlands Neighborhood Center
New express toll lanes from Renton to Bellevue are coming soon.
The Washington State Department of Transportation is getting ready for the next steps of the Interstate 405 master plan.
Renton Rotary members recently had the chance to ask King County Executive Dow Constantine about Sound Transit 3, the landfill, composting plant, asphalt plant and… Continue reading
The award is given to students who have leadership abilities, maintain a good GPA and volunteer in the community.
Renton now has the highest financial rating a city can achieve. The city received a AAA rating on long-term bonds from Standard & Poor’s Global… Continue reading
Jackeline Nowell was with her three children at her Skyway home when her security system app notified her someone was outside. She saw a shadow… Continue reading