More people are using the services offered by Renton Salvation Army, but donations have decreased. The Renton organization needs cash, nonperishable foods, toys and time spent ringing bells this holiday season.
Renton Business and Professional Women (BPW) is celebrating National Business Woman Week at a luncheon Friday from 11:15 a.m.-1:15 p.m. at the 4th Street Grill, 4004 N.E. Fourth St., Renton.
Bus riders can share their opinion about ideas for future bus service in southeast Seattle and Southwest King County at one of eight upcoming community discussions hosted by King County Metro Transit and Sound Transit.
Todd and Christy Schlegel walk dogs for a living through their company Rain or Shine Pet Care. The married couple typically exercises their clients close to home. But they would love to let the dogs romp in a nearby off-leash dog park.
The Renton City Council has voted unanimously to oppose Tim Eyman’s Initiative 985, which in effect would end the city’s efforts to stop the potential fatal consequences of running red lights at four intersections in the city.
Human services providers are warning that the financial crisis hitting King County government could shred the “safety net” for thousands of county residents, including hundreds who live in Renton.
Repulican U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert and Democratic challenger Darcy Burner engaged in their first official debate of the 2008 election season Wednesday in Bellevue, showing only nuanced differences in some policy areas.