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Folks gave $1,250 to go to a shed that will hold all the decorations
“The Inspired Houseplant” is meant to guide beginners through indoor plant life.
The bill would limit cities’ mobile vendor fire permit fees.
The Brewmaster’s Taproom won “Inclusive Employer of the Year” for King County
WSDOT says the store owners moved the Lake Washington Boulevard diner to Tumwater, Washington
City officials say it doesn’t have the return on investment for lodging tax funds
A teenage boy was shot inside his vehicle, causing him to crash into the store.
Washington Business Week gave her friendships and courage, a student says
Station 15, which is almost 40 years in the making, will service the Kennydale/North Renton area
The windstorm Sunday, Jan. 6, left some without power for several days. Others fought fallen trees.
Mayor Law said he will focus on seniors, public safety and the Family First Community Center
The structure went from pirate playground to practical den.
The EPA has filed a lawsuit to extend their cleanup warrant after the owner denied further access
Renton councilmember Randy Corman has an Airbnb in Renton. He and his wife had positive experiences as guests in other countries, and a section of… Continue reading
The Barbershop’s lease was terminated for a new mixed-use property in the Highlands.
Renton Reporter wishes everyone a happy 2019! We hope you have enjoyed 2018 with us — we transitioned to a new reporter halfway through the… Continue reading
Denis Law has served three terms as mayor.
About 15 years ago, Diane Lawrence was on a summer road trip near Boise, Idaho. She saw an old-school garage sale on the side of… Continue reading
Renton police department’s new voluntary registration system shows them where your cameras are
With the final construction finishing up, downtown Boon Boona Coffee opens doors Jan. 7