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Unincorporated King County residents spoke about part of White Fence Ranch joining Renton
All Renton high schools are now on a trimester system to help increase graduation access
Donors urged to give blood The American Red Cross is urging people to give blood to help ensure a diverse supply is kept for all… Continue reading
Federally-funded facilities struggle to maintain health and safety of minors stuck in limbo
King County Councilmember Rod Dembowski wants the public to weigh in with an advisory vote
The following is a traffic advisory from the Washington State Department of Transportation: Late night and weekend drivers who use state Route 167 and Interstate… Continue reading
School started on time in Kent. Teachers and the Kent School District reached a late-hour contract agreement Aug. 29, avoiding a likely strike on Aug.… Continue reading
Tenants asked to vacate Kaynan hangars now waiting on decision from city.
Many Renton residents may have been wondering what is happening with the Greater Hi-Lands shopping center —the center that features a Dollar Tree, Tea Palace… Continue reading
A group of eight recently homeless and heterosexual injection-drug users in North King County were diagnosed with HIV by county health officials over the past… Continue reading
Grants for unincorporated projects On Aug. 29 it was announced that $90,000 is available in Community Service Area Program grant funding for a number of… Continue reading
Nominate an outstanding Renton woman The Renton Business & Professional Women Organization each year selects an outstanding woman from the community. To nominate someone you… Continue reading
Jeffery Paul Trammel reportedly shot at a tow truck driver Aug. 24 on Rainier Ave. S.
The Kent School District Board of Directors approved a rollover and addendum to Superintendent Calvin Watts’ contract at its Aug. 22 meeting. Watts’ contract, which… Continue reading
This story was updated from the print version to include Renton police and Parks staff information.
The REA voted for the 12.2 percent wage increase Monday, Aug. 27. Bargaining will continue for other unions.
‘Fantastic Beasts’ kickoff event The King County Library System will hold a kickoff event Sept. 1 to celebrate the fall season and a new program… Continue reading
On Friday, Aug. 24
The police department and city hopes to modernize fines for false alarm system calls.