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The city’s Planning Commission will grow from seven members to nine with the annexation of Benson Hill.
A Renton-area man has been charged with three felony counts of first-degree animal cruelty, following the death of an emaciated horse on his property and what prosecutors say was neglect of other horses.
The Renton High School Old-Timers Association will hold its annual banquet on Sunday, May 18, at the Renton Holiday Inn.
King County Executive Ron Sims plans to release a report next week to the County Council rebutting many of the recent findings by consultant Nathan Winograd, over the county’s management of its two animal shelters.
Several McKnight Middle School students placed highly in the recent South Puget Sound Regional History Day competition at Green River Community College.
With boating season approaching, the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission reminds boaters about the boater education card requirement.
Next week, crews in Renton and Tukwila will continue road widening work on I-405 and State Route 167.
It doesn’t look like a classroom from afar. It’s just a grassy hill from the window of Kristen Brenneman’s second-grade classroom.
Kevin Kaiser started in January as the Evergreen City Ballet’s artistic director, replacing Wade Walthall.
Whether a petition to recall the president of the Valley Medical Center Board of Commissioners would move forward was argued Thursday for about an hour, but the judge indicated he wouldn’t issue his ruling until Tuesday (yesterday).
The City of Renton will discuss the alignment of any pipeline the Cascade Water Alliance will build to bring drinking water from the alliance’s newly acquired Lake Tapps in Pierce County to the Eastside.
In less than six months, Renton-area bus riders will get another boost in transit service through a partnership between King County Metro Transit and the cities of Renton and Kent.
Hazen High School’s grad night is set for June 13, the night of graduation. Reservations are made for the two secret locations on the drug-and-alcohol-free night. But prize and money donations are needed to make the once-in-a-lifetime event a success.
Kennydale Elementary is hosting its 8th annual fundraising auction May 3 at Renton Technical College. The Kennydale PTA Auction is called “Planting Seeds for the Future.” Registration and the silent auction begins at 5 p.m. A prime rib dinner will be served. Tickets are $30.
Soccer introduced Doris Yepez to Black River Riparian Forest. She found the 93-acre city-owned forest just off Oakesdale Avenue Southwest on a short walk from her daughter’s soccer practice.
Spring Break will end abruptly for Renton School District students when testing begins next week for the WASL (Washington Assessment of Student Learning). Elementary and middle-school students take all four WASL sections within a two-week window beginning Monday and ending April 25. High-school students take the math and science WASL sections April 15-18.
Renton Technical College’s language interpreter program instructor Ineza Kuceba will translate a speech by the Dalai Lama into Polish during his Washington visit, which begins today (Saturday) and ends Tuesday.
Downtown Renton will be bustling next Saturday, April 19. The Piazza will be filled with booths hawking arts and crafts and foods, as well as live entertainers for Piazza Renton’s sixth annual Spring Festival. Downtown businesses will be filled with card sharks in search of the perfect poker hand during Downtown Renton Committee’s third annual Downtown Poker Run. The park next to the Piazza will be transformed into an Arts Unlimited gallery and filled with jewelry, ceramics, clothing, paintings and photography for sale by local artists, including students from Sierra Heights Elementary.
KC Kids began only a couple months ago, but A Kids Place Dentistry in Renton has already signed up several patients for King County’s dental program for uninsured children. The Highlands children’s dental office is hoping even more patients sign up for the free pilot program at an open house Monday from 9 a.m-4 p.m.
Now it’s a few gravel lots and an abandoned gas station-turned coffee shop. But if all goes according to plan, in a couple years Jet City Espresso and those five downtown Renton lots will be transformed into a multimillion dollar, six-story apartment and retail building.