- Subscriber Center
- Print Editions
- Home Delivery
- About Us
A 39-year-old man remains in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle following an early morning collision Monday involving the motorcycle he was riding… Continue reading
Renton police arrested a suspect in a burglary Wednesday afternoon near Lindbergh High School, which was about to dismiss students for the day.Several Renton police… Continue reading
The City of Renton is sponsoring a Disaster Job Fair on Sept. 25 to provide information and answer questions about volunteering as an emergency responder in the community during and following a disaster.
A construction worker was injured late Thursday night on southbound Interstate 405 near State Route 167 while installing electrical conduit in the median for the I-405 widening project.
Eating out at restaurants in King County is healthier today.
A 24-year-old Renton man pleaded not guilty Aug. 25 in King County Superior Court to charges of second-degree assault and first-degree malicious mischief in connection with an Aug. 8 incident when Kent Police shot him as he reportedly attempted to charge the on-foot officers with his vehicle.
How people get around, as well as how much it costs, was the topic of discussion at a Metropolitan King County Council town hall meeting recently.
With the opening of school Tuesday, Renton school buses and students are again navigating through the closure of Duvall Avenue Northeast, which is undergoing a major widening and upgrade project.
A 29-year-old man from the Bonney Lake area died in a fiery crash on southbound Interstate 405 at about 6:45 a.m. Friday that backed up traffic for miles through Renton during the morning commute.
Gene Kolczynski earned his teaching degree in 1974, but became a teacher just two years ago.
Washington State University, along with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, is about to score a major touchdown with 11-year-old Ben Comer of Renton.
Scores from last school year’s Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL) were recently released by the state’s education office and Renton has a lot to celebrate.
More than 160 new teachers, principals and other administrators join Renton School District this year, replacing retiring and relocating staff.
The Washington Assessment of Student Learning scores for individual schools are available at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Web site at www.k12.wa.us
WASL (Washington Assessment of Student Learning) scores are back, and Renton School District staff isn’t celebrating universal increases, as it was last year. But staff isn’t bemoaning universal decreases either.
Renton Public Library has long been stocked with resources for children and teens, including books, CDs and DVDs. Both the downtown and Highlands branches have also long featured storytimes for preschoolers and up, plus a summer reading program for youngsters. But that’s where the youth programs ended — until new children’s librarian Jessica Marie started last November.