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For the next six weeks, crews will close lanes in both directions for repaving
The Bentley University Falcons ranked seventh in Northeast-10 Conference
Colorful scenes from Tuesday’s Farmers Market
Detectives are looking for a third person they believe to be involved with the shooting
BURGLARY On Aug. 6 it was reported to officers that items from the reporting party’s unlocked shed were taken without permission. The police report stated… Continue reading
The city of Renton Public Works Department will open the northbound portion of Main Avenue South between Houser Way South and South Second Street beginning… Continue reading
The wait is finally over — football is back! Fans had their chance to see the Seahawks in action during nine open training camp sessions… Continue reading
Michelle Haley, Sacred Soul will attend the Seattle Tattoo Expo Aug. 18-20.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES • On July 23 following an anonymous tip, officers responded to reports that two men were seen driving around a neighborhood “casing” houses.… Continue reading
Final results will be certified on Aug. 15, according to the King County Elections website.
The stop work order was issued following complaints the lounge was over its maximum occupancy load.
Traffic impact for the week of July 17, 2017.
CIVIL PROBLEM • On July 9 a dispute between neighbors was reported to officers. The police report stated the dispute was over foliage along the… Continue reading
Centers in Renton, Issaquah, Kent and Shoreline will be closed for system upgrades.
Matt Donnelly, Shannon Luedtke and Kyle Baldwin join the Highlander staff.
LARCENY • On June 15 it was reported to officers that a subject had been taking water from a fire hydrant without permission from the… Continue reading
Renton City Council candidates answer the second round of questions.
An inmate who was hospitalized at Valley Medical Center in Renton died on Friday. A 52-year-old man was booked into the King County jail at… Continue reading
Renton Reporter hosts the first part of our in-paper debate for council candidates.
ACCIDENT • On May 28 officers responded to reports that a vehicle had hit a parked car and then veered off the road into a… Continue reading