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The mural will be celebrated at La Hacienda Santa Fe on Nov. 21.
Financial literacy: it’s something even older adults can struggle with. Credit, taxes, how money moves through a community, domestic and foreign trade. But at Talbot… Continue reading
Renton Police Department and the Renton African American Pastoral Group (RAAP) continued their efforts to create dialogue between Renton’s youth, pastors and police officers at… Continue reading
The family present said the son was a “common source of domestic violence to everyone in the house.”
Renton RFA arrived to a barn “fully engulfed in flames.”
The Renton local received her Gold Award last year for her efforts
Renton Juvenile Unit brings a skill building class for troubled teens to an elementary school.
The Renton School’s Foundation celebrated another year with Toyota of Renton and Walker’s Renton Subaru at the helm of their donation support with a billboard… Continue reading
Photos by Haley Ausbun Downtown Renton hosted skeletons, legos, dinosaurs and more at the Olde Fashioned Halloween party Oct. 27. The event had downtown businesses… Continue reading
Entering the shortest enrollment period for insurance since the Affordable Care Act debuted in 2013, Renton has large numbers of adults uninsured compared to the… Continue reading
Photo by Haley Ausbun Career Connect Washington presented a plan for increasing alternatives after high school graduation and for including more real-world experience, like paid… Continue reading
One building was evacuated with multiple road closures.
The Kiwanis Clothes Bank took time to celebrate its new space.
Wanda Capellaro was born in Renton on Nov. 6, 1918, in a house next to the cows. “You could hear the cows moo! ‘Welcome Wanda,’… Continue reading
The Renton company’s first Lord of the Rings inspired event went viral on Facebook
Renton Police Department get the word out on prevention, and public express concern about gym thefts
In-unit washer and dryer, front and back doors, sleek ovens and counter tops. Large preserved trees and an edible landscape, artichokes and raspberries included, with… Continue reading
Sixty-five years after leaving Renton High School, Frank Mead stands outside of the familiar structure to tie up an important loose end. As he returns,… Continue reading
An update to the story “Neighbors voice concerns over potential annexation” from the Sept. 14 edition of the Reporter: On Monday, Sept. 17, council president… Continue reading
Two suspects took the victim’s purse from her car as she visiting her son’s grave.