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With the federal government in gridlock, states and finding ways to lower costs.
Not enough progress was made, nurses unions say.
Election 2019 This year Renton said goodbye to longtime community leaders, as three-term Mayor Denis Law, 20 year councilmember Don Persson and 18-year Renton School… Continue reading
Number of encampments lowers over the years
After 38 years
King County, local businesses offer ways to clean up after the New Year
Flags lowered to half-staff during memorial for officer in Tacoma
Renton leaders look for emergency weather shelter plans
Union reps say negotiations have stalled since they began in April.
The Renton business hopes recent acquisition will bring stability
Nine-year-old Ezra Lucien runs BRAGG project to help other children
It’s a hodgepodge mix, but large investment companies own a substantial chunk.
Don Persson retires long Renton career
Dec. 11 marked the final school board meeting for 18-year Board Director Lynn Desmarais. Desmarais has been active in Renton Schools since before her time… Continue reading
As part of its commitment to education, and to celebrate teachers in the Renton School District, each month Rotary Club of Renton selects a few… Continue reading
Local man alive for the holidays thanks to manager, firefighters
After recently announcing the temporary shutdown of the Renton Boeing plant, Dennis Muilenburg is replaced by board of directors.
Heavy rains from Thursday, Dec. 19, led to tough commutes through Renton Friday morning. For some drivers, they found themselves driving deep into standing water.… Continue reading
Local tattoo shop collects 800 pounds of food
Local nonprofits help shelter, feed those going without