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The community is invited to a public hearing during the Aug. 20 Renton City Council meeting.
Unions expressed initial upset and confusion money wouldn’t be going to staff
An apprenticeship in machinery, an industry desperate for skilled workers, offers an early start.
While students enjoy the last weeks of summer as a chance to sleep in late, enjoy the sunshine and soak up a fleeting summer break,… Continue reading
The city of Renton was presented with the Department of Commerce Governor’s Smart Communities Award for Sartori Elementary School, and the project’s work for achieving… Continue reading
The 600 pounds of fireworks had a street value of $8,000.
Quinton Morris and students reflect on the nonprofit and what’s ahead
Renton-born comedian Monica Nevi released her documentary series “80 for 80” on Amazon Prime today, Friday, Aug. 3. The shows feature interviews with Seattlelites over… Continue reading
A photo gallery featuring parade highlights.
Sandra Havlik was honored for her use of the social media platform to connect with the community.
July 23 marked the one year anniversary of Washington’s E-DUI, Driving Under the Influence of Electronics law. And both a new study and law enforcement… Continue reading
Do you plan to vote in the Aug. 7 primary election?… Continue reading
Investigators are concerned he may have committed other acts of violence.
Rachael Reed, 14, received $1,000 for her Patriot’s Pen essay submission.
Renton has been the eighth largest city since at least 2010
Walker’s Renton Subaru and the Leukemia & Lymphoma society made a special delivery.
If you have any information on the identity of the passenger, please call 206-296-3311.
The Sonic opened Friday, July 13.
Renton’s Take Me Home program was initiated by Community Programs Coordinator Cyndie Parks.
Editor’s Note: Please help us as we welcome our newest reporter to Renton — Haley Ausbun. I’m Haley Ausbun and I’m the new reporter for… Continue reading