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Marianne Binetti shares about two newly-introduced problem-solving shrubs for your garden.
Marianne Binetti shares three recommended seed catalogs for the local summer climate.
The water temperature was 41 degrees and the air was 32.
Marianne Binetti shares three New Years resolution you can use for your garden.
Renton Rotary selects Teachers of the Month for December
This week, Marianne Binetti shares a Christmas-themed poem.
This bell-ringing Santa says that before prison, he used to be a taker, not a giver.
Officer Kerkhoff is building relationships with Renton High students through pizza and chit-chat.
Marianne Binetti answers questions about watering African violets and keeping poinsettias alive.
PTA raising money to send “Reflections” program winner to Washington, D.C. for awards ceremony.
Schools across RSD participated in a program that taught students computer coding and programming.
Rebuilding Together Seattle helped repair three Renton residents’s homes in time for winter.
“Winter is here and so are the blooms on hellebore plants.”
Chancellor brought his fifth annual toy drive to the Landing on Dec. 2.
With low temperatures predicted in the 20s, it’s tempting to crank up the thermostat, but…
Danil Zinovyev of Renton stars in Emerald Ballet Theater’s “The Nutcracker” as the Nutcracker.
Sixteen remembered and honored during Friday ceremony
‘Tis the season to gift someone a poinsettia plant, according to Marianne Binetti.
Renton Pediatrics is giving their patients free books to promote early literacy.
Rotary Club of Renton has selected their Youth of the Month for December
Mayor Denis law will flip the switch at 7 p.m.; lights open nightly through Jan. 1
Guests are asked to bring and donate safe, non-violent toys for boys and girls.
Hundreds of residents attened the event, which featured entertainment at the Piazza Pavillion.
Marianne Binetti shares numerous reasons why we should be thankful to live in the Pacific Northwest.
Karate teacher Andrew Ratliff stars in the new feature-length movie “Loss.”
Renton Rotary selects Teachers of the Month for November
Kim Beaton is sculpting a new path for artists with her new, non-toxic clay called Pal Tiya.
Volunteers plant greenery at the Cedar Grove Natural Area.
Annual event is part of Small Business Saturday downtown.
Most home cooking fires are the result of the range or stove being left unattended.
Renton Senior Activity Center hosted an Early Thanksgiving Luncheon on Oct. 18.
Members serve without compensation and must be able to attend meetings.
As November moves in it is a good time to take notes about what grew well and what didn’t.
Carol Ann Witschi’s ‘Drama Kids’ program draws on personal experience.
Thomas Tran’s environmental concerns resonated with the president
These three simple steps will help to reduce contamination and improve the economics of recycling.
The Hassle Free Holiday Bazaar and Gift Show is Nov. 18 - Nov. 19 at Renton Community Center.