“Between Two Swims” captures family’s brave adventures on film.
The city is adding more pressure in the fight over the COVID-19 homelessness shelter at the Red Lion Hotel
Kim-Khánh Van announced she will challenge longtime councilmember Reagan Dunn
With these hardships have come stories of the power of community crowdfunding in our own backyards.
Ed VanValey became police chief in 2018 after serving since 1998. Now he will take one of the highest administrative roles within the city, and the deputy chief will take over the police department.
Artists Sunday is an online directory that connects artists across the county, state and nation.
The city was facing both COVID-19 health concerns and financial restraints, but will still be able to provide some holiday lighting cheer
As a result of the fight over the county’s de-intensification shelter, which provides housing for homeless people during the COVID-19 pandemic and caused an increase in public safety services in the spring, Renton is introducing code to create stricter guidelines for all homeless shelters
The REA claims district is failing to address health and safety guidelines; district says it continues to work with unions to provide safe and healthy environment
Cars waited patiently Saturday Nov. 21 to cruise through gingerbread men, nutcrackers, and holiday lasers.
The news is good for Renton, as possible job losses continue to loom over the local Boeing factory as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic
Volodymyr Kvashuk, a Ukrainian citizen living in Renton, used the money to purchase a 1.6 million Lake Washington home and a Tesla
Hackney and Bergquist lead in early results for 11th Legislative District
Rick Marshall was fire chief for four years and led the transition to a regional fire authority
The center stands at the former Highlands library building
The man pointed a gun at the artists while saying ‘All lives matter.’
The Renton Salvation Army predicts a 155% increase in service needs in Renton this year
The city council will make its first vote on Nov. 2, after the final public hearing
King County missed a deadline, so the city council fast-tracked a vote to take a state-authorized increase for itself
The virtual event offers both powerful messages from Black artists and ways to support local art
“Why She Must Lead” advocates for women of color in leadership positions
UW Medicine has released a video of a family member speaking on how the two are doing at this time.
Families experiencing homeless will soon have reliable transportation to attend job interviews and work toward important housing goals on their journeys out of homelessness