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On Tuesday, Sept. 11, Renton Farmers Market partnered with Skyway Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 9430 to celebrate Patriot Day, a remembrance of the… Continue reading
All Renton high schools are now on a trimester system to help increase graduation access
An official ribbon cutting is scheduled for Oct. 9.
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
Milanni Matautia spoke at WE Day Seattle and has participated in a number of fundraisers.
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.
Unhealthy air quality in Renton last week posed health hazards, closing or moving events indoors.
The second annual Cruz the Loop event had nearly 1,000 spectators and honored a now-vintage pastime.
Aug. 18 and Aug. 19, with headliner Bruddah Waltah
The police department and city hopes to modernize fines for false alarm system calls.
A joint statement released last Friday said that all three unions were initially offered 3.1 percent
Marcos and Renton Police Department attended the Chief for a Day ceremony on Thursday, Aug. 16.
The attempted attack occurred on Aug. 13 in unincorporated King County.
Renton police and fire in sync in viral video challenge
The community is invited to a public hearing during the Aug. 20 Renton City Council meeting.
Unions expressed initial upset and confusion money wouldn’t be going to staff
An apprenticeship in machinery, an industry desperate for skilled workers, offers an early start.