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A small Renton nonprofit hopes to help homeless and keep food from the landfill
In-person registration is available up until Election Day, Aug. 6.
Hot Rod weekend, downtown, will have some street closures.
Symphony: Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra Spring Masterworks Concert will highlight Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 Op. 36 and Jonathan Bailey Holland’s Shards of Serenity at 7:30… Continue reading
Five Renton students were selected as May 2019 Youth of the Month to finish off the school year.
Here are the most incredible edibles to grow now.
Renton History Museum hosts event with Seattle writer and natural history expert David Williams.
Near the end of April the nurseries will be overflowing with color. Bedding plants or annuals in bloom can be purchased now but may still… Continue reading
Washington state is famous for countless reasons. It’s the birthplace of Starbucks and Bill Gates, one of the biggest producers of the U.S.’s lumber and… Continue reading
The competition is April 27 at Garfield High School.
Do you have a small space? Perhaps just a balcony or patio as outdoor space? Maybe you have no soil and can only grow plants… Continue reading
King County Sheriff’s Office dedicates new memorial to honor K9 service dogs and handlers.
The Renton Schools Foundation (RSF) is hosting its 10th Annual Fundraising Breakfast to support students and educators on Monday, April 29, 7 a.m. at Renton… Continue reading
New 25-foot iconic sculpture draws crowd downtown.
Silvia Flores, John Hoag and Kristen Murphy were selected as teachers of the month.
Courtesy of the Renton Arrow
Kentridge senior selected to join Kent School District Board of Directors.
Publication combines information in ‘What’s Happening’ and ‘Golden Opportunities’