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Registration for 2008 summer co-ed softball leagues through the City of Renton has started.
Renton City Council will mark April 18 as Equal Pay Day in Renton. The proclamation is being made at the request of Renton Business and Professional Women (BPW).
With a few hundred toddler and preschool students, Hillcrest Early Childhood Center is a bustling place. The Highlands school is home to three education programs for pre-kindergarten age children.
Visit the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks booth at the 29th annual Washington Women in Trades Career Fair on Friday, May 2, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at Seattle Center Fisher Pavilion. Admission is free.
Renton Business and Professional Women (BPW) is hosting a Pay Equity Gala Event Friday in honor of Women’s Equal Pay Day.
King County Council held a town hall meeting Monday in Burien to discuss major reforms to the county’s shelter program.
Schedule – 91-day meeting begins Friday and concludes Sunday, Sept. 28.
Nearly 700 people attended a town hall meeting Monday to discuss the embattled King County animal-shelter system, with dozens speaking their minds before the County Council.
Before logging and development forever changed the face of the Snoqualmie River Valley, old-growth trees nearly 400 feet tall dominated the landscape.
Congressman Dave Reichert will host his third Veterans’ Resource Fair 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 10, in Renton. The event is open to all veterans, their families and other interested residents.
A 911 dispatcher, Don Pederson’s job is intense.
A 24-year-old Renton man was shot to death early Sunday morning outside a restaurant at the Foster Golf Links in Tukwila.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Dino Rossi would push for an eight-lane bridge across Lake Washington, not impose tolls until the bridge is completed and add lanes to I-405 between Bellevue and Renton.
Visitors to downtown Renton can shop for art noon to 5 p.m. today (Saturday) at Arts Unlimited Gallery.
The city of Renton will turn on its red-light cameras on May 1, its long-planned effort to combat drivers who enter an intersection after the signal has turned red.
Rebuilding houses, battling termites, planting gardens and passing out hamburgers. That’s how Hazen junior Ethan Knudson and 25 of his churchmates spent their Spring Break in New Orleans.
Renton Salvation Army’s biggest food drive of the year is The Letter Carriers Food Drive on May 10.
A cold, wet spring means that the state Department of Transportation will delay by a week the opening of the new high-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes on State Route 167 between Renton and Auburn.