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Wanda Capellaro was born in Renton on Nov. 6, 1918, in a house next to the cows. “You could hear the cows moo! ‘Welcome Wanda,’… Continue reading
The Renton company’s first Lord of the Rings inspired event went viral on Facebook
Renton Police Department get the word out on prevention, and public express concern about gym thefts
In-unit washer and dryer, front and back doors, sleek ovens and counter tops. Large preserved trees and an edible landscape, artichokes and raspberries included, with… Continue reading
Sixty-five years after leaving Renton High School, Frank Mead stands outside of the familiar structure to tie up an important loose end. As he returns,… Continue reading
An update to the story “Neighbors voice concerns over potential annexation” from the Sept. 14 edition of the Reporter: On Monday, Sept. 17, council president… Continue reading
Two suspects took the victim’s purse from her car as she visiting her son’s grave.
The proposed budget will have public hearings on Oct. 22 and Nov. 5.
The new elementary school had an official ribbon-cutting Tuesday, Oct. 9.
Three cases have been filed in Skyway and Auburn of sexual assaults.
Renton’s new police chief Ed VanValey was sworn in by Mayor Denis Law Monday, Oct. 1 at the city council meeting. The meeting featured the… Continue reading
Kidney transplants are the most common needed, live donors can help with the kidney demand
The FAA confirmed new standards must be met, and Renton must decide how the airport will change.
The attempted attack occurred on Aug. 13 in unincorporated King County.
On Sept. 17, five congress members from Japan’s Upper House, and two researchers specializing in education technology from Japan, came to Washington to visit Renton… Continue reading
As the market begins to wind down, Renton Farmers Market Coordinator Carrie Olson starts to look around on those Tuesday afternoons and think of ways… Continue reading
Retirement community members talk medical marijuana with Evergreen Market education staff.
The victim was shot the night of Sept. 19 while driving in Skyway.
The ordinance could fund a 10-year catch-up of parks and facilities maintenance
A hometown event boldly went where it had never gone before this year as a new city found itself home to Renton City Comic Convention.… Continue reading