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Labor Day isn’t just the starting bell for the school year — it’s also when Black Diamond throws its biggest festival of the year. Black… Continue reading
A local, seasoned community college administrator has made her way to Renton Technical College’s vacant position of Vice President for Instruction. Stephanie Delaney started on… Continue reading
UW graduate helps Renton utilize unused space downtown
Money will go toward early education and postsecondary support.
The report was originally due in October but has been extended until next spring.
Soni’s defense attorney calls allegations “salacious”
Local law enforcement is looking for information about the victim
It’s set to reap $100 million over the next 20 years from state coffers.
Police said he was the lone victim in a fire that appeared to be at a homeless camp
Physicians involved agree to pay back $1.1 million from illegal kickbacks
A new feature at the school helps educators perform better through stress relief
Phone providers cite heavy traffic on increase in Renton data usage
New library social worker is making swift, positive changes to lingering residents in need
The 10th annual Uwajimaya Renton Polynesian Festival was held Saturday Aug. 17, and celebrated Polynesian cultures with food, performances and contests.… Continue reading
A small Renton nonprofit hopes to help homeless and keep food from the landfill
Tricky airport planning is taking longer than expected, risking a $100K grant
Neighborhoods can still request lower limits
A new transit center may spur affordable home construction
This summer, over 90 youth, ages 14-18 from the Renton area re-enacted the experiences of some of their pioneer ancestors who crossed the plains using… Continue reading
The plans for the old City Hall location have been cemented by Cosmos and city leaders