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Local business receives award, Renton grad receives scholarship and more in this week’s News & Notes.
Screenings will be available next week for anyone who has TB symptoms
Two male suspects stole gold and diamonds on Jan. 7 from Gold and Silver Traders.
Rain and snow showers are likely from this evening through Tuesday morning
Parks is in the initial design phase of a new regional trail through south King County
The American Red Cross has a severe winter blood shortage,
Renton Police Department had their hands full right before New Year’s Day as reports came in about a drive-by shooting and car chase that turned into an accident.
The shelter is also looking for donations and volunteers.
Metro service will be affected by holiday schedules, weekend events and possibly weather.
The shelter will operate from 8 p.m. - 7 a.m at 300 Rainier Ave. N, and is open to all.
Three Renton teens were among 149 cadets who graduated on Dec. 17.
The plunge starts at 11 a.m. at Gene Coulon Memorial Beach park, at the sound end of the park.
This week’s blotter includes a suspect who shoots a gun inside a Metro bus and an AM PM robbery.
As 2016 comes to a close, here are the top 10 stories that caught the readers’s attention this year.
This week’s blotter includes fraudulent money at a casino, a purse snatch and an armed robbery.
Better Business Bureau warns fans to be careful of fake tickets and counterfeit merchandise.
RSD found a “gray area” in the proposed boundary that affected 19 families for the next school year.
WASDOT advises to track conditions, slow down and allow for extra travel time.
RPD is seeking public assistance to identify suspects in the Dec. 21 hookah lounge shooting.
Mumps can lead to swelling of the covering of the brain and spinal cord, or brain damage.
The breakfast service was operating without a valid permit.
This week, Rainier Scholar student gets a Kindle and 90 families get early Christmas presents.
This week’s blotter includes an insistent TV thief and a regular (but perhaps dangerous) shoplifter.
Republic Services takes over garbage duty starting Feb. 1. Four informational meetings planned.
Don’t be fooled if it’s partly sunny on Saturday. There’s still a chance of snow fall.
Police are investigating a fatal collision near the Comunity Center and are warning of delays
Renton Youth Symphony Orchestra performs on Dec. 18 at Carco Theater.
Store owners say law is unnecessary and overreaching
Economist Joseph Quinlan breaks down how ‘Trumponomics’ will affect the Eastside.
Faisal Guled Adan was arrested after fatally shooting 27-year-old Ahmed Mohamed Sheikah
Fewer bell-ringing volunteers and empty shelves as holidays near cause concern
Bitterly cold temperatures prompt city to open shelter at old chamber building.
Department does not sponsor any private businesses, despite their claims
Emphasis runs from from Dec. 15 to Jan. 1, 2017.
The city is putting on its Santa Hat and fulfilling Christmas miracles for two local services.
The bond sale will generate proceeds to fund voter-approved transit expansions.
It’s going to be a cloudy Saturday with likely showers. High near 44 and low around 39.